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Tim Hortons Is Giving Away Free Donuts In Canada For The Entire Long Weekend

Everything tastes better when it's free! 🍩
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Tim Hortons Free Donut Deal Is To Celebrate The Labour Day Long Weekend

Who doesn't love a deal, especially when it involves a sweet treat? The Tim Hortons free donut giveaway is the perfect way to celebrate the Labour Day long weekend and the unofficial end of summer. There's a catch though, so you should download the app if you haven't already.

If you're looking for a way to make the last long weekend of the summer a great one while also being safe, why not get a free donut?

This special treat is how Tim Hortons is helping Canadians across the country celebrate.

Through to September 7, you can get a free donut of your choice when you order a drink through the Tims app.

That means the deal is available with any hot, cold or bottled beverage so you can get a pumpkin spice latte or an iced coffee or anything else your heart desires.

Even if you don't get a sweet drink, this deal will definitely make it sweeter.

Before you complete your order in the app you'll get to decide which donut you want; you can pick any flavour as long as it's available in store.

The Tims app is free to download so it's super easy to get this deal.

You can only get one freebie per order.

If the entire family wants to have their own, it's probably best to do separate orders so everyone can enjoy the deal.

So, what flavour will you choose?

Tims' fall menu is now available across Canada.

You can get pumpkin spice Timbits and muffins along with two fall flavoured drinks that you can order to get your free treat.

There are also newly designed hero cups at Tims that come in 100 different varieties with 100 names of pandemic heroes on them.

It's a thank you to nurses, transit drivers, retail workers and more for what they're doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Lisa Belmonte
    Trending Senior Staff Writer
    Lisa Belmonte is a Senior Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Trending Desk focused on government of Canada jobs and is based in Ontario.
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