NEW Tim Hortons Canada Contest! The Tim Hortons NHL Hockey Challenge is Back!
All you need is the Tim Hortons App to enter Tim Hortons Canada Contest, the one they promote on Monday for Savings! Now all you need to do – as a Tim’s Reward member; is choose your 3 Hockey players who you think will score a goal on game day, and receive points for each player that scores.
Tim Hortons Canada Contest
Tim Hortons Canada Contest Prizes:
5 grand prizes are available at Tim Hortons Canada contest in connection of the number of leaderboard point(s) obtained.
1 x 1st place grand prize, consisting of an Xbox Series S, EA SPORTS™ NHL® 22 X-Factor Edition for Xbox Series X|S, a 12 months GPU Subscription, a signed Auston Matthews jersey, and a $100 CAD Tim Card® (ARV $1,515 CAD)
1 x 2nd place grand prize, consisting of an Xbox Series S, EA SPORTS™ NHL® 22 X-Factor Edition for Xbox Series X|S, a 12 months GPU Subscription, and a signed Auston Matthews jersey (ARV $1,415 CAD)
1 x 3rd place grand prize, consisting of an Xbox Series S, EA SPORTS™ NHL® 22 X-Factor Edition for Xbox Series X|S and a 12 months GPU Subscription (ARV $714 CAD)
1 x 4th place grand prize, consisting of an EA SPORTS™ NHL® 22 X-Factor Edition for Xbox Series X|S and 2tickets to a NHL® 2021/2022 regular season game in Canada (subject to availability, up to a max. value per ticket of $250 CAD, travel not included, game must be selected at least 3 weeks in advance) (ARV $630 CAD)
1 x 5th place grand prize, consisting of an EA SPORTS™ NHL® 22 X-Factor Edition for Xbox Series X|S and 2 tickets to a NHL® 2021/2022 regular season game in Canada (subject to availability, up to a max. value per ticket of $250 CAD, travel not included, game must be selected at least 3 weeks in advance) ( ARV $630 CAD).
Win Tims Rewards Points
Win Tims Rewards Points When the Players you selected score a goal!
- 1 Player scores= 5 Tims Rewards points
- 2 players scores = 10 Tims Rewards points
- 3 players scores = 50 Tims Rewards points
The points can be redeemed for free food or drinks at Tim Hortons!
During the challenge period on Tim Hortons Canada contest, if 1 or more selected players for 7 consecutive daily challenge periods score at least 1 goal during a game held within each of such consecutive daily challenge periods, you will be eligible to receive a “Free Coffee for a Week” hot streak prize.
How to Enter Tim Hortons Canada Contest
To enter Tim Hortons Canada Contest, Make sure you have the Tim Hortons app downloaded.
Login into the Rewards App (Register if you aren’t already), and play the Tims Hockey challenge by selecting 3 players you think will score a goal in that night’s game. Do you have a hockey fan you know? Maybe they can help you pick the winning ones! If not, a random guess can be lucky too!
Submit your picks. That’s it! You can return to play daily.
Good Luck hockey fans!
- Tim Hortons Canada contest is open for Canadian Residents
- Quebec Friendly
- Age 13 and older
- Daily Entry
This Tim Hortons Canada Contest Ends November 10, 2021
But Check out The Newest Contests to Enter
About Tim Horton’s
The first Tim Hortons restaurant opened in Hamilton, Ontario in 1964, and Canadians have been ordering the legendary Original Blend Coffee from Tim Hortons, Double-Double coffees, donuts and Timbits ever since.
Within the years, Tim Hortons has captured the taste buds of Canadians. Tim Hortons is now the largest chain restaurant in Canada, serving about 5 million cups of coffee daily. 80% of Canadians visit Tim Hortons restaurant in Canada at least once a month.
Alongside with the coffee and baking shop, Tim Hortons is a part of Canadian Fabric and a symbol of the country. They have always had a deep connection with the communities and our coast-to-coast guests.
Tim Hortons 1,500+ restaurant owners are Canadians who live in communities across the country that employ more than 100,000 people. Local restaurant owners and their teams care of the communities they serve.
That’s why they donate more than $ 60 million annually to organizations and communities across Canada.
From flagship programs like Timbits Sports and Tim Hortons Foundation Camps, they invest in large and small community projects and initiatives.
How was Tim Horton’s created?
The business was founded by Miles G. “Tim” Horton, who played in the National Hockey League from 1949 until he died in a traffic collision in 1974. Ron Joyce’s aggressive expansion of the Tim Hortons business resulted in major changes to the Canadian coffee and doughnut restaurant market.