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Europe by Air discovery/Eurostar

So, I was investigating possible return options from Europe this summer, with the thought that I might call Delta and see how much it would cost me to change my return ticket(booked on FF miles) to one a day later. As part of my investigation, I was researching other possible flight connections in case they couldn't get me back from Amsterdam and I needed to return from another city in that general area and figured I should see what connections I could make with my Flight pass which has already been purchased and which I was planning to use from London to Amsterdam on the date of my return.

I put in a search of London to Paris and the "airport" that showed up was Waterloo Station, which I thought quite odd since it is a "flight" pass and clearly says airport. You can use the Flight Pass on the Eurostar! $99 one way from London to Paris or Brussels. That is quite a bit cheaper than the fares I researched for the Eurostar when I was deciding how to get from London to Amsterdam a couple of weeks ago--don't know how I missed it, but I thought I'd mention it for those who are working on connections from London to Paris--this is a very affordable option and easily changed if your plans change (non-refundable but the flight pass/voucher is good for 1 year from the date that you tell them your trip is starting in Europe). Just thought I'd pass it along.

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