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Eurostar Snap tickets were a type of cheap last-minute train tickets offered by Eurostar. Travellers would submit their request to travel, and Eurostar would pick the time. One-way tickets could go for as little as £25! Eurostar Snap fares, also known as 'Eurosnap', were great for travellers who were flexible and not strict on travel times.
Unfortunately, Eurosnap doesn’t exist anymore but fear not, there are different ways you can still save on your Eurostar train tickets in a snap. Read on for more details.
Want to know how you can find the cheapest Eurostar fares? Read our top tips below to get cheap Eurostar tickets in a snap.
Eurostar train tickets usually go on sale 6 months before the date of travel. Make sure you book in advance if you want to snap up the cheapest fares as these tend to sell out, leaving only the more expensive tickets.
When travelling with Eurostar, you can benefit from reduced fares by travelling in the middle of the week (Tuesday or Wednesday) and at times of the day that are less busy. When searching for tickets, we'll show you all available tickets, highlighting the cheapest ones for you.
Sign up to Club Eurostar loyalty programme and you’ll earn 1 point for every £1 you spend on your Eurostar travel. You can use your points to snap up cheap Eurostar tickets for your next trip or even upgrade your seat.
Eurostar have been known to hold flash sales for tickets, with the cheapest one-way tickets from £29. Keep an eye on our Deals & Discounts page for the latest Eurostar offers to save on your train journey.
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Eurostar Snap, also known as 'Eurosnap', was an offer by Eurostar that allowed travellers to get last-minute tickets at the lowest price for trains with spare capacity.
No, unfortunately Eurosnap is no longer available. However, Eurostar have been known to hold flash sales for tickets, so look out for any deals they may offer – the cheapest one-way tickets can start from just £29.
Eurostar Snap was a method of filling up the main empty seats on Eurostar trains outside of Peak times. Travellers could choose between morning and afternoon travel and they would receive details of their train 48 hours before departure.
To snap up the cheapest Eurostar fares, we recommend you book in advance – Eurostar tickets usually go on sale 6 months before the date of travel. You can also get the cheapest fares if you travel in the middle of the week or outside of Peak times.
Not sure which destination will be your next one? Have a look at our top favourite Eurostar destinations below and make sure you visit at least one of them along the way, you won’t regret it!
We’ve told you everything you need to know about Eurostar Snap tickets but if you want to learn more about Eurostar services or train travel in Europe, check out our travel guides.