You Can Get A Free Donut From Tim Hortons In Quebec This Thanksgiving Weekend

When you get a drink through the app.
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You Can Get A Free Donut From Tim Hortons In Quebec This Thanksgiving Weekend

Thanksgiving weekend is here and though Montrealers aren't really able to travel — or even see their friends and family — there's at least one reason to be festive. This long weekend only, you can get a free Tim Hortons donut when you purchase a drink through the app.

The offer applies to ANY one of Tim Hortons' donuts, including the Dream Donuts. Though, Timbits are ineligible.

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The donut giveaway begins October 9 and ends October 12.

Claiming your free snack is as easy as ordering a drink and donut through the app at a participating franchise. At purchase, Tim Hortons will wipe the cost of the dessert.

If you're ordering more than one donut (it's a multiple donut kind of month), the offer will apply to the most expensive.

There's a limit of one free donut per beverage order, but it resets 30 minutes after purchase. So you can keep going back for more.

The complete rules are online and you can find your closest participating Tim Hortons through the app!

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