Tim Hortons' 'Roll Up To Win' Is Coming Back But It'll Be Completely Different this Year

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Tim Hortons' 'Roll Up To Win' Is Coming Back But It'll Be Completely Different this Year

As Canadians, it's in our DNA to love Tim Hortons and whenever Roll Up The Rim — which is now known as Roll Up To Win — comes back around, I know we all get excited.

Most of us have our standard orders, and from maple donuts to a double-double coffee, our beloved Tim's has always been there for us.

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March 8 When Roll Up To Win is back

Roll Up To Win is something that so many of us look forward to, and we're excited to share that it is coming back this year — with a twist!

Since everything is done virtually now, it comes as no surprise that Tim Hortons jumped on the bandwagon, too.

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The iconic game is going to be done virtually and you can play it on the Tim Hortons App or website.

And, best of all, you'll never see those hurtful words we all hate: "Please Play Again," because in this version, "every Roll is a winner!"

Guests will earn one or more rolls on each eligible purchase. This will be done using the app or Tims Rewards card.

Participants can also earn Rolls by purchasing cold and hot beverages, breakfast sandwiches, and breakfast wraps. The more you eat, the more you win — my kind of activity.

Roll Up To Win begins on March 8 and will go through until April 4, 2021.

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