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Confused about Eurostar ticket prices for 1st class?

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I am looking at two one way tickets from Paris to London on Eurostar leaving March 24 at 11:13am #9023 for $358 for "standard premier" on www.eurostar.com. This is the non-refundable fare for their premier class.

I am confused because I found the same journey #9023 at 11:13am on www.raileurope.com in what they are calling "comfort restricted 1st class" for $284. It also says on the raileurope website that the meal is for a fee whereas Eurostar's website says that standard premier gets a "light meal served to your seat" included in the fare. Could this be the price difference? I'm more interested in the seat comfort than the meal so if I could truly save a little money and get the same thing that would be great, but I want to make sure it's the same thing!

Is it possible this website has lower prices? Also they are calling it first class when Eurostar's website calls it "standard premier", can I assume it's the same thing just $74 less?

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