Tim Hortons 'Please Play Again' Is Bid Farewell With A Playlist

For Roll Up To Win this year, the Tim Hortons "please play again" tab has been retired and a playlist was created with a bunch of goodbye songs.

The Canadian coffee chain put out the playlist on Spotify so you can listen and give "please play again" a proper send-off. 

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There are 21 songs including classic goodbye hits like "So Long, Farewell" from The Sound of Music, "Another One Bites The Dust" by Queen, "Hit The Road Jack" by Ray Charles and *NSYNC's "Bye Bye Bye."

There are also some more recent tracks like "Too Good At Goodbyes" by Sam Smith, "it's time to go" by Taylor Swift and "Let It Go" from Frozen.

Before this, Tims put out a sad video montage to say goodbye to what was a "Canadian legend or Canadian letdown."

If you want to play Roll Up To Win this year, it's completely digital and runs from March 8 to April 4.

Every roll is a winner since there's no more "please play again," and there are so many prizes waiting to be claimed.

However, if you're purchasing an item by redeeming a prize or using your Tims Rewards points, you won't get a roll.

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