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Treat yourself to an annual tradition at Tim Hortons, where Smile Cookies are back for 2021 and you can get one for just $1.00!

From September 13 to 19, simply visit any Tim Hortons or order ahead with the Tim Hortons app (Android, iOS) to get one (or several) Smile Cookies -- 100% of proceeds will go towards supporting local charities across Canada including hospitals, food banks and children's programs, giving you a great excuse to munch on cookies throughout the week-long fundraising campaign.

Smile Cookies are available at all Tim Hortons restaurants in Canada until September 19 -- click here to find the location nearest you.


Posted September 3: Get a FREE Donut When You Order Any Beverage with the Tim Hortons App Until September 6

Enjoy an extra sweet long weekend treat from Tim Hortons, where you'll get a free donut when you order any beverage with the app!

From September 3 to 6, simply use the Tim Hortons app (Android, iOS) to place a mobile order with any beverage and any donut – the price of the donut will be automatically deducted at checkout.

For reference, the least-expensive beverage on the menu is a small coffee or tea at $1.54, while the most luxurious donut is the new Apple Pie Dream Donut at $1.99 (pricing may vary by region).

This offer is available until September 6 at participating Tim Hortons restaurants in Canada, with a limit of one free donut per customer – click here to find the Tim's nearest you.


Posted August 25: Pumpkin Spice Drinks and Baked Goods Are Back for 2021

It's officially pumpkin season at Tim Hortons, where Pumpkin Spice drinks and baked goods now available!

This year's fall menu includes several returning favourites like the Pumpkin Spice Latte and Pumpkin Spice Iced Capp, along with bakery items including the Pumpkin Spice Muffin and an all-new Apple Pie Dream Donut.

We've listed the autumnal items you'll find at Tim Hortons for 2021, along with links to order online.

Pumpkin Spice products are available starting August 25 at participating Tim Hortons locations in Canada – click here to find the Tim's nearest you.


Posted July 2: Buy One, Get One FREE Cold Brews with the Tim Hortons App from July 1 to 4

Stay cool this holiday weekend at Tim Hortons, because when you buy any cold brew with the Tim Hortons app, you'll get a second one free!

From July 1 to 4, simply use the Tim Hortons app (Android, iOS) to order two cold brews for pickup or delivery and the BOGO discount will apply automatically at checkout.

All cold brew options are eligible, but the BOGO discount will be applied to the item of equal or lesser value. For reference, a medium original cold brew is regularly $2.69, while a medium vanilla cream cold brew is $2.99 in Ontario (pricing may vary by region).

Originally launched on May 3, Tim Hortons' cold brew is made from ethically-sourced premium Arabica beans and cold-steeped for 16 hours. Cold brew coffee has a richer taste and offers a better cold coffee experience compared to standard iced coffee (which is brewed hot), as the 16-hour steep results in a less diluted and more flavourful beverage.

This offer is available from Thursday, July 1 to Sunday, July 4 only at participating Tim Hortons restaurants in Canada, with a limit of one BOGO discount per order (the in-app offer can be redeemed multiple times during the offer period) -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • This and steeped tea are the only 2 great things at Timmies
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    • JACliffe wrote: This and steeped tea are the only 2 great things at Timmies
      Their cold brew hasn't been too bad, though I feel it fluctuates between different locations
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    • JACliffe wrote: This and steeped tea are the only 2 great things at Timmies
      It's just the regular chocolate chip cookie they sell with a new fondant on top.
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    • More like helping tims write off taxes? Just donate to those charities directly and you could write off your own taxes
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    • yesstyle wrote: More like helping tims write off taxes? Just donate to those charities directly and you could write off your own taxes
      But then you wouldn't have a cookie
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    • You can see this about every restaurant these days, as long as it tastes good
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    • Everytime I see the word "Donation"

      It means your giving dinero's to a CEO. Not for the actual cause
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    • yesstyle wrote: More like helping tims write off taxes? Just donate to those charities directly and you could write off your own taxes
      Isn't this baloney well debunked?
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    • a_L13 wrote: Isn't this baloney well debunked?
      not sure

      any tax experts here?
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    • +1 OP.

      A couple years ago, I posted about DQs miracle treat day and got downvoted a lot. Rfd is a tough crowd.
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    • Crichtonfan wrote: It's just the regular chocolate chip cookie they sell with a new fondant on top.
      I know. I was a baker there and making so many killed my hands.
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    • As an ex baker there the person who made that one used fondant that was too hot. Also, as someone who buys a bunch now cause I love the idea the ones that look derpy are the best. Makes me laugh and brightens up the day.
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    • chilli604 wrote: Everytime I see the word "Donation"

      It means your giving dinero's to a CEO. Not for the actual cause
      100% in this case goes to charities. They can use it as a writeoff but people don't seem to understand how writeoffs work. They eat the cost of making the cookies and don't save anywhere near what they would when making $1 each
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    • Crichtonfan wrote: It's just the regular chocolate chip cookie they sell with a new fondant on top.
      nah its better, something about it. they taste better, fresher maybe?
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    • One of the few things they sell that actually tastes good.

      …and the ones with one messed up faces make me smile more
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    • JACliffe wrote: 100% in this case goes to charities. They can use it as a writeoff but people don't seem to understand how writeoffs work. They eat the cost of making the cookies and don't save anywhere near what they would when making $1 each
      It's not really that simple. Tim Horton's donates to "local charities" like it's local Timbits program, which in turn buys uniforms and buys donuts/refreshments from Tim Hortons -- which local TH profit from. The same "scam" is done with McDonald's and the Ronald's house program. It's a complicated web of in-kind kick backs, sourcing goods through the parent company, and using accumulated funds to advertise their charity works instead of actually doing anything meaningful.

      Just buy a damn cookie somewhere, and donate directly through a charity that isn't bullcrap.
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    • I buy the smile cookies often when this is running and I never get goofy looking ones :(
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    • Since this is an RFD thread, if you buy at least six Smile Cookies, you pay no taxes. If you buy five (> $4), you pay 13% HST. If you buy 1-4 or <= $4, you pay 5% GST.

      Cookies, cakes, muffins, pies, pastries, tarts, doughnuts, brownies and croissants with a sweetened filling or coating, and similar products are taxable if: they are prepackaged for sale in quantities of fewer than six single servings. In other words, buy at least six Smile Cookies for charity instead of giving any money to Justin Trudeau or Doug Ford! 😉
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    • rocking23nf wrote: nah its better, something about it. they taste better, fresher maybe?
      I have baked those when I worked there, they are just the regular chocolate chips with the theme coloured fondant. The reason they taste fresher is because people order a lot due to the promo and they tend to be replenished due to demand.
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