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    Senior Member lhamo's Avatar
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    I've also bought tons of puzzles at thrift stores-- usually pay between $2-5, with the more expensive ones being those that retail for much higher prices.

    Only had a couple have missing pieces. I try to be zen about it.
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    Garage sale(usually 25-50c) or thrift store puzzler here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
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    I've bought puzzles at various thrift stores in the past, then released them back into the thrift stream. .
    I love that, released them back into the thrift stream!

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    I tried so hard to like the free daily online puzzles but they're just not the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by freshstart View Post
    I tried so hard to like the free daily online puzzles but they're just not the same
    I like them, but you're right--they're a different experience entirely. That's OK, I like different puzzles, like Word Jumble and Cryptic Crosswords, too. There are lots to choose from. AARP has a few: http://games.aarp.org/category/allgames I like Split Words.

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