RRROll Up The Rim To Win Is Back At Tim Hortons For 2017

Roll Up The Rim To Win Is Back At Tim Hortons For 2017

Canada’s favourite contest is back, and this year Tim HortonsRRRoll Up the Rim to Win is bigger than ever with more than 49 million prizes hiding under the rim.

For 2017, Tim Hortons is offering 40 grand prizes of the new 2017 Honda Civic Coupe EX-T. Also available are 150 55-inch LG 4K UHD Smart TVs, 100 $5,000 CIBC prepaid cards, 24,000 $100 TimCards and millions coffee and food prizes.

Fans can also win with RRRoll Up at Home from February 1, 2017 through March 15, 2017 with the purchase of Tim Hortons at-home coffee products including single serve products, canisters and bags of coffee as well as the bottled Iced Capp. Simply take a photo of the purchased product receipt, upload it to the contest website and register for a chance to win one of 10,000 prizes.

RRRoll Up the Rim to Win runs from February 1, 2017 through April 14, 2017, or while supplies last.

Here’s how winning cup prize distribution breaks down by region:

Region 1: British Columbia

  • 3 each of 2017 Honda Civic Coupe Vehicles
  • 11 each of 55″ LG 4K UHD TVs 11
  • 7 each of $5,000 CIBC Prepaid Cards
  • 1,707 each of $100 Tim Cards 1,707

Region 2: Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut

  • 7 each of 2017 Honda Civic Coupe Vehicles
  • 24 each of 55″ LG 4K UHD TVs 11
  • 17 each of $5,000 CIBC Prepaid Cards
  • 3,982 each of $100 Tim Cards 1,707

Region 3: Ontario

  • 20 each of 2017 Honda Civic Coupe Vehicles
  • 79 each of 55″ LG 4K UHD TVs 11
  • 53 each of $5,000 CIBC Prepaid Cards
  • 12, 596 each of $100 Tim Cards 1,707

Region 4: Quebec

  • 5 each of 2017 Honda Civic Coupe Vehicles
  • 19 each of 55″ LG 4K UHD TVs 11
  • 12 each of $5,000 CIBC Prepaid Cards
  • 3,002 each of $100 Tim Cards 1,707

Region 5: Atlantic Provinces

  • 5 each of 2017 Honda Civic Coupe Vehicles
  • 17 each of 55″ LG 4K UHD TVs 11
  • 11 each of $5,000 CIBC Prepaid Cards
  • 2, 723 each of $100 Tim Cards 1,707

 

If you win, prizes must be claimed by May 4, 2017.

Image via Tim Hortons

13 thoughts on “Roll Up The Rim To Win Is Back At Tim Hortons For 2017”

  1. It was the funnest thing! Right before bed you would check online for roll up the rim and you would always get pumped for that free coffee! Wake up do it all over again! Now you need a receipt.. I asked for a receipt and I never got one -__- theres no point of having roll up the rim online if you need a receipt… let us have our free coffee while you guys make a billion dollars a year -__-

  2. Sign in Timmy’s franchises says purchase of tea or coffee, save receipt to play online. However, purchase of a tea or coffee does not allow you to play online. You actually have to purchase, a bag of coffee, or a box of tea bags, or a travel mug, that sort of thing. The only way you can play with just a beverage, is rolling the rim of the cup. To play online or in store, it says no purchase necessary. But, it IS necessary to play online. Also, played online first day, won digital tims card. Then they denied it to me, because receipt only showed a steeped tea purchase. Ticked off!

  3. I want a $5 card with my receipt. Now there not sending me the email to claim my prize. Same thing happened to my friend, he won a $10 card playing on line and is still waiting for his email. Bunch off humbug I say ?

  4. I won a $5 gift card on line they said they will send me an email to enter my code but it’s not being sent. The same thing happened to my friend last year, he won a $10 gift card on line and never got the email to enter his code. Bunch off humbug I say

  5. I no longer look forward to this contest. Several years ago when I began buying TH coffee and the contest would be running, I’d win (on average) about 2-3 free coffees (or donuts) every week…this was buying 1 cup of coffee a day, occasionally 2 cups. I began noticing about 3 years ago that the number of times I’d win something went down, and it was more likely that I’d win maybe a coffee a week. Then last year, after the contest had run for about six weeks, I won 3 coffees. This year, it’s now four weeks into the contest and I’ve yet to see one free coffee or donut. Nothing. Meh…they could cancel it and I wouldn’t care. Think I’ll start using a home coffee brewer. It’s a lot cheaper.

  6. It seems very unfair that region 2 is such a large area and receives so much less winnings than other areas. BC alone receives almost as much, and Ontario is definitely favored! I have not ever heard of anyone in Alberta ever winning any of the bigger prizes. I buy coffee every day at Tim Horton’s and may be lucky to win a couple of free coffees.

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