Tim Hortons Tim Hortons: Get a FREE Coffee Every Three Mobile Orders with the Tim Hortons App Get a FREE Coffee with Every Three Mobile Orders!

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It's difficult to resist free coffee, so download the Tim Hortons app and be sure to use mobile ordering often, because you'll get a free coffee with every three mobile orders!

The Tim Hortons app is available on Android or iOS and mobile ordering is available at participating locations across Canada -- click here to read our experience using the app when it first launched in July.

Simply place three separate mobile orders with the app and your free coffee offer will appear as an in-app redemption! You can redeem the free offer for any size original, dark roast, decaf or iced coffee.

This offer is available until December 31 at all locations that support mobile ordering. There is no limit to how many free coffee offers you receive, but you may only redeem one free coffee per visit and the offer cannot be combined with other coupons.

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    • Android only? Or iOS too?
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    • 775681 wrote:
      Oct 31st, 2017 11:02 am
      Android only? Or iOS too?

      iOS as well
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    • 775681 wrote:
      Oct 31st, 2017 11:02 am
      Android only? Or iOS too?
      I only mentioned the Android downloads because Apple doesn’t release the figures.

      Be sure to download the Tim Hortons app, not the TimmyMe app. On an iPad, search for iPhone apps (you don’t need your iPad at the store).
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    • So this is in ADDITION to the already "free coffee" for loading $10 on your card?
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    • jt05mi wrote:
      Nov 2nd, 2017 9:01 am
      So this is in ADDITION to the already "free coffee" for loading $10 on your card?
      I received my free coffee with the app Oct 17 then yesterday was notified about this offer.
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    • jt05mi wrote:
      Nov 2nd, 2017 9:01 am
      So this is in ADDITION to the already "free coffee" for loading $10 on your card?
      No, that offer has expired. Free coffee after 3 orders is the new offer, set to expire with 2017. Don’t know if you can use it more than once.
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    • Tim hortons is giving away free coffee for every three orders if you order and pay via mobile app.
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    • Yes you can use it more than once. Every 3 orders entitles you to a freebie.

      Fingers crossed this becomes a loyalty discount.
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    • Saw it on my phone. Not bad for frequent Tim Hortons visitors.

      Made 3 purchase with app and redeem free coffee after.
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    • Is this only one time or a running offer?
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    • Checkered wrote:
      Nov 4th, 2017 7:41 am
      Yes you can use it more than once. Every 3 orders entitles you to a freebie.

      Fingers crossed this becomes a loyalty discount.
      Wow that’s quite (unnecessarily) agressive on Tim Hortons part. If you only order coffee that’s a 25% discount! Funny thing is I generally order less when I use the app, not having spent 7 minutes staring at donuts getting hungry.

      If employees cost $10 an hour they cost $0.17 a minute. I don’t think cashier transactions take more than 30 seconds, especially when using tap to pay. And they can usually optimize their time by pouring the coffee while you fumble with your change or credit card. I guess it is pure waisted time if you order espresso or food instead of drip coffee.

      On the other hand the profit margin on coffee is huge, so every lost sale because of customers balking at the long line up can hurt the bottom line.

      The app hasn’t helped Starbucks boost sales. 10% now use the app to pre-order but sales were flat last quarter.

      The real cost savings would be to illiminate the cashier position during slow times and have one employee devoted exclusively to food and coffee, not having to wash hands between transactions. But obviously we are a long way from that.
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    • if timmys want to be aggressive on sales they can maybe try making better tasting coffee again. well all know growing up that timmy's had great coffee once.

      that cheap stuff they have been using is one of the reasons sales aren't going so well.
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    • crayola1 wrote:
      Nov 4th, 2017 2:16 pm
      if timmys want to be aggressive on sales they can maybe try making better tasting coffee again. well all know growing up that timmy's had great coffee once.

      that cheap @ss stuff they have been using is one of the reasons sales aren't going so well.
      You grew up drinking coffee? I haven’t noticed any coffee taste changes at Tim Hortons. I’ve been drinking their coffee (black) for over 20 years, but by no means exclusively.
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    • MonctonMan wrote:
      Nov 4th, 2017 2:59 pm
      You grew up drinking coffee? I haven’t noticed any coffee taste changes at Tim Hortons. I’ve been drinking their coffee (black) for over 20 years, but by no means exclusively.
      you are the first person who have told me there hasn't been any taste changes at Timmies. interesting :)
      but yes, i do notice the watered down taste. and there was never the option of an original or dark roast to choose from. just a 'coffee'

      I guess i am older and have invested in an automatic coffee machine where i can afford to buy premium beans so when i get a timmy or sbux i notice the difference in quality.

      to each their own. kudos on drinking black. real coffee lover. i can only do this on certain coffee beans.
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    • crayola1 wrote:
      Nov 4th, 2017 3:07 pm
      I guess i am older and have invested in an automatic coffee machine where i can afford to buy premium beans so when i get a timmy or sbux i notice the difference in quality.
      At home I now drink Sobeys store brand robusta based instant coffee (black, no sugar). Not as complex tasting as an Aribica brew, but it has many of the qualities of coffee for much less (and super easy to prepare). As a bonus, any other cup of coffee tastes amazing, including Tim Hortons. :)
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    • The line at my work sooo long when it comes to Tims. This will definitely provide incentive to use the app
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