Did you ever want a free Olympic pin? If you live in Canada and are a fan of the Olympics, then there is some good news for you! Team Canada will be giving out free pins to wear at the upcoming Winter Games. The only catch is that they must be residents of Canada. You might get lucky enough to snag one!
Team Canada is not going to TOKYO this year, and they have tons of pins to giveaway, so now you can apply to a get Free Pin and help support in spirit Team Canada’s athletes by wearing the pin!
Cheer on Team Canada!
Team Canada also has lots of terrific Team Canada Contests in which we at Canadianfreestuff.com help to promote
Also, on Team Canada’s Website, you can download Screen Savers and earn points towards other free digital stuff just by supporting in cheer for Canada’s Olympic athletes.
Free Canadian Olympic Pin Rules:
- Age of Majority
- One pin per person
- Wait time is approximately 6-8 weeks.
Click Here to Apply
While Quantities last
Do you know the value of Canadian Olympic pins/medals?
Several different Canadian Olympic pins have been created to promote or celebrate our country’s participation in the Olympics.
The first one is for Canada hosting the 1976 Summer Games in Montreal
This pin was a huge deal because it was our first time hosting, and we wanted to do a great job.
This pin was given out for free, and it is made of gold-plated metal, and the maple leaf in the middle has little red stones on each point, and no matter which way you look at it, it looks like a maple leaf (in other words: symmetrical):
The second Olympic pin was created to celebrate the Montreal Olympics.
The Olympic pin has a red maple leaf, surrounded by white clouds with little blue stones on each point of the leaf. The middle of the pin shows two figures running under a red banner that says “Montreal 1976,” It is surrounded by ten tiles with different sports – 5 summers and 5 Winter Sports.
The pins were all made by Birks, and their value is around $75 – $100.
The third one is for Canada hosting the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary
This pin has a picture of a skier. It was given out to volunteers who worked at the games, schoolchildren who participated in the torch relay and many others. The value of this pin is around $10 – $15.