Roll Up To Win At Tim Hortons Is Coming Back For The Second Time This Year In A Few Weeks

If you missed out on any major prizes in this year's Roll Up To Win back in March, you don't have to wait until 2022 to try again!

Tim Hortons announced on Tuesday, September 7, that it's bringing back the iconic competition for the second time in 2021 and it's with the biggest prize pool ever.

The second Roll Up To Win competition will be fully digital (like the first one this year) and it'll run from September 20 to October 17.

The digital version of the game requires participants to get the Tim Hortons app or a registered Tims Rewards Card to play. You get a "roll" by buying an eligible item at Tim's (that includes most hot and cold drinks and breakfast sandwiches and wraps), and there's no more "please play again. Instead, every roll will lead to a win, whether it's a free coffee or a free car.

Tims says this edition's prizes are its biggest selection ever. It includes Volkswagen Taos Highlines, Xbox consoles, all-expense-paid vacations and streaming services.

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On Monday, November 6, Timmies announced that customers can now order Chobani oat beverage as a plant-based alternative in their drinks, including in brewed tea and coffee.

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Toronto-based artist Keenan D'Abreo recently debuted a portrait of Justin Bieber made out of Timbits in honour of the singer's partnership with Tim Hortons, and it's seriously impressive.

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Timbiebs Merch Is Being Restocked At Tim Hortons Because So Many Locations Sold Out

People have been reselling merch online and one box was listed for $950,000!

People just can't get enough of Justin Bieber's Timbiebs apparently and Tim Hortons is restocking the merch because it sold out so fast at locations all over the country.

In a statement to Narcity on December 4, Tim Hortons' chief marketing officer Hope Bagozzi announced the restock and said that they knew it would be a challenge to keep up with the demand for not only the Timbits but the merch as well.

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The Justin Bieber "Timbiebs" collab with Tim Hortons is the gift that keeps on giving, but some people are taking a decidedly un-Canadian approach to the situation.

The singer paired up with the coffee giant to put out a limited-edition line of Timbits called Timbiebs. If you order a 10-pack, you can snag a custom cardboard box and there's also merch available for purchase in the form of a toque, fanny pack, and tote with the Timbiebs logo.

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