To print your Eurostar tickets you’ll need your reference number, which can be found in your booking confirmation email. If you’ve lost the email, don’t worry, you can easily find your reference number in My booking/My account on our website or our app.
Where you print your Eurostar tickets depends on where your trip is departing from. But, whichever station you’re catching the Eurostar from, you’ll need to make sure you’ve printed your tickets at least 45 minutes beforehand - this gives you time to check in and board the train. You’ll also need your ID to check in.
Departures from Lille or Marne-la-Vallée
Departures from Brussels
Departures from all other Eurostar stations (London St Pancras International, Calais etc)
You don’t need your payment card to collect your tickets, so there’s no need to insert it into the machine or show it to staff. If you’re having any problems with printing your tickets from a machine, or you’d just prefer to do things in person, you can have them printed by staff at the Eurostar ticket desks. But, be aware that you might wait in line for a while.