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do you have to pay to do crosswords on line?

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emmie | 08:04 Mon 13th Jun 2011 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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i like c/ws and currently do the daily mail, i like the telegraph as well, but i don't know if you have to pay to do them. It would save me a few quid a week, and a lot of wasted paper, even if it does go in recycling bin after.

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Just the xwords with the Times - you can have the paper online but that's a different thing and I'm not sure that you would get the xwords anyway, and I know for a fact, it's quite expensive!
15:13 Tue 14th Jun 2011
The Guardian crosswords are free online www.guardian.co.uk/crosswords
The Times crossword club costs about £25 to join for 12 months and fot that you get the usual daily crosswords + all the prize crosswords at the weekend - most of these can be entered online too, so you save on postage.
There is a similar club for telegraph crosswords but I'm not sure of the price - when I joined the Times about 6 months ago, Times was much better value for what you got.
Telegraph Crosswords are around £35 p.a. and you can download them and print them out, which is what I do, or do them on line. You also get Sudoku and other puzzles.
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thanks, is it just the crossword or the whole paper, sorry not sure.
Just the xwords with the Times - you can have the paper online but that's a different thing and I'm not sure that you would get the xwords anyway, and I know for a fact, it's quite expensive!
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many thanks, proably just stick to buying paper for now

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