Today's Your Last Chance To Redeem Roll Up The Rim Prizes In Canada
Time is running out!
If you won big on Roll Up The Rim this year get your prize tabs out because it's the last day to redeem Tim Hortons Roll Up The Rim prizes in Canada. Whether you won a coffee of a brand new Jeep, unless you cash it in today, it's going to worthless.
While the so-called expiration dates of the Roll Up The Rim prize tabs aren't obviously printed on the tabs themselves, the official Rules & Redemption for the contest state that "Coffee & Food Prize claims must be redeemed in-restaurant by May 3, 2019 at 11:59:59 p.m. ET or store closing, whichever is earlier."
As for the big prizes like the pre-paid VISA or even the grand prize, Jeep Compass, winners have to mail in their prize tab. The rules state that the tabs "must be postmarked on, or before, May 3, 2019 and received no later than May 14, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. ET."
That means as of 6 PM EST tonight, you only have 6 hours left to claim your prizes, whatever they may be. So now is the time to dig through your wallets, your car, or the couch cushions to make sure you aren't missing out on a free donut or better yet a free gift card.
Ahead of today's prize deadline, Tim Hortons alsoto Roll Up The Rim next year. Jose Cil, the CEO of Restaurant Brand International, the parent company who owns Tim Hortons said that they are going to refresh the contest following declining sales this year.
However, Cil has not yet gone into details about what those changes could be other than saying that the Roll Up The Rim contest will have a "modern and fresh approach" next year.
As for this year, the countdown is on with only a few hours left in order to claim your prizes. For Canadians across the country, it's also important to keep in mind that the rules are written in Eastern Time, so if you are in Vancouver for example, you only have until 8:59 PM PST.
The rules also state that in order to claim a winning Roll Up The Rim prize, you have to be the legal age of majority in their respective province and a legal resident of Canada.