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Does anyone pay for the Guardian by monthly direct debit?

(6 Posts)
MrsMuddle Thu 03-Sep-09 22:20:14

You know that scheme that's always being advertised in the Guardian, where you pay a lump sum every month?

I want to know if the coupons you get have the date on them.

Sometimes DH gets the paper, and sometimes I get the paper, so if the coupons are dated, it's probably not the right scheme for us.

ChasingSquirrels Thu 03-Sep-09 22:22:38

my dad gets telegraph ones - they are dated

MrsMuddle Thu 03-Sep-09 22:39:53

Thought they would be. Oh, well - we'll either have to get more organised or just keep buying it every day. Thanks

ChasingSquirrels Thu 03-Sep-09 22:41:06

would it be cheaper to get the coupons and get it delivered, I know you would pay delivery charge but might still be cheaper overall.

MrsMuddle Fri 04-Sep-09 16:19:37

We live in a town centre, so only tesco and Sainsbury's sell papers.

DH is working away for the next 6 months or so, so I've ordered the vouchers and I'll give them a try.

weegiemum Fri 04-Sep-09 16:22:25

We have the vouchers (for Mon-Sat) and we split them up at the start of the week for the days we will get paper (like I always get it on Monday cos he is too busy at work that day).

They are dated - except for the free Observer ones which last a month - you get a couple of those (I think) in each book of coupons.

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