Here's How To Play Tim Hortons' Roll Up To Win Now That It's Completely Digital

You'll win every time you roll!
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Tim Hortons' Roll Up The Rim game has gone completely digital, and here's everything you need to know about how to play online this year.

From March 8 to April 4, you'll get a roll with every eligible purchase, and since "please play again" has been retired, you'll win every time.

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First, you need the Tim Hortons app or a registered Tim Rewards card to play.

Scan for Tims Rewards using the app or a physical card when making eligible purchases to instantly earn rolls.

Just like every other year, you get rolls when you buy hot beverages, but now you also get them with the purchase of select cold drinks, breakfast sandwiches and breakfast wraps.

You'll need to create a Tims Rewards account or log in to play.

Then, in the app or online, you swipe up on a cup to roll it up or tap "RRROLL for Me" and see what you won.

You can even send rolls you don't use to family and friends.

There are so many things you can win this year, from classics like a free coffee and donut to new prizes like Tims Rewards points and streaming service subscriptions.

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