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Eurostar/Raileurope Advance Booking

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I'm a bit confused about how far ahead I can book Eurostar tickets. Need them for early June, but the Eurostar site schedule doesn't go that far out. RailEurope does show bookings that far out, for about $68 one way (which is competitive enough for me!). I really want to get these booked one way from Paris to London and paid for as early as possible.

I thought Eurostar max advance booking was 120 days out--is that correct?--but I see contradictory info on various travel sites? Some sites are saying you can book nine months ahead. Really? If RailEurope is available earlier than Eurostar, is there any reason I shouldn't go ahead and book with RE now, if the difference is just a few bucks?

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