Tim Hortons Tim Hortons: Try the TimSelects Value Breakfast Menu for Under $3 Tim Hortons' New TimSelects Value Breakfast Menu!get this deal
Visit Tim Hortons for the most important meal of the day, where they've launched their new TimSelects Value Breakfast Menu with items under $3.00 in Canada.
- Classic Bagel with Cream Cheese - $1.99
- Simply Canadian Bacon Breakfast Sandwich - $2.99
- Simply Sausage Breakfast Sandwich - $2.99
Originally unveiled on January 9, the TimSelects Value Breakfast Menu is a lineup of breakfast foods priced at under $3.00, including a new Simply Canadian Bacon Breakfast Sandwich.
Simply visit your favourite Tim Hortons location or order through the Tim Hortons app ( Android , iOS ) to order all three items.
The TimSelects Value Breakfast Menu is available at participating Tim Hortons restaurants in Canada for a limited time – click here to find the location nearest you.
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However, the devaluation is indeed disappointing. It's clear that they are attempting to reward their higher spending customers better which makes good business sense but for the person who only gets a coffee this is a nasty devaluation as you will have to spend $40 for a free coffee when currently you're getting a free coffee after spending only ~ $14 (7 x $2 for a large coffee).
Free coffee is 100 stars (but now includes iced) - so basically spend $50!
and a latte/refresher/frap/cold brew is 200 stars - so basically spend $100! (was spend $75)
save the time and money spent at these joints.
Yes get up few mins earlier and make your coffee to go.
Until they sort this out, they win - at losing.
I don't think I've ever had food there that was even remotely good, let alone best in class.
I had what amounts to a sausage McMuffin at Tim's and it was awful. And this was after the "new" egg too.
But that was within the last couple years.
More choice for drivers is less revenue for TH.
Anyone giving out free stuff at business/franchise on a DAILY basis is losing money!!
Thats common sense.
Keep lining up for shitty coffee and junkfood.
Drive-thru and stores still gonna have lineups
Because ppl too lazy to invest and use thermos daily
I stopped going to Tim Hortons a couple of years ago when they released their App and started spying on everyone's location data even when their App was not active. When their App was upgraded i always found it to be lacking compared to other retailers, and getting rid of the physical roll up the rim cups was a real disservice to their valued customers especially older generation who may not necessarily have smartphones.
This new points scheme is garbage, not going to go far in gaining the trust and value added impression of their customers.
Just another FAIL by Tim Hortons, unfortunately not many alternatives seeing most other competitors have shut down or shuttered most of their locations. A real shame, we may be stuck with Tims now as the primary and most expansive franchise but i don't believe their goodwill or community stellar reputation remains.
Quick comparison of spending required for a free coffee
MyMcDonald’s Rewards: $20
Starbucks Rewards (Scan & Pay): $25
The new Tim Hortons Rewards: $40
Starbucks Rewards (Scan only): $50
If so, this mimics McDonald's system kinda.
$20 spend = 1 free coffee at McDonalds.
Usually I'm the first one to shit on Tim's but this is inline with some loyalty programs.
Here's McDonald's for me:
I also hate the "use what you earned" types. At least keep the rolling balance active if you've earned within the last X months/years or whatever.
I am not sure what we can do to replace it. There is not a McD's in about 8 km.
But I don't feel like we can continue as is.
It was already expensive - very expensive - but I felt it was necessary.
Used to get free coffee every 7 mediums (13.65$)
It will now be free coffee after 21!! Coffee’s?
Yea… goodbye Tim Hortons.
30 points for 1 correct pick instead of 5?
Right now, if you get 1 correct hockey pick a day, it would take 10 single day correct picks to get a donut, 28 for a frozen drink, or 36 for soup.
In order to have the same weight added, you'd need 30 points per correct single pick.
(example: old free coffee 70 pts. New free coffee 400 pts. Your old 70 points prior will now be worth slightly more at 434 pts after the transition. So no rush claiming the free items, just start racking up as many points as possible in the next 2 months for the multiplier transition)
From Feb 21 and on, earning new points will not be worth it for the people that just buy coffee or tea daily. It's only kinda beneficial for people that spend a lot more than just coffee.
When I am earning points, I should be allowed to keep them!!
What is the point in earning points if they're just going to go away long before I can earn enough for anything good.
It's a useless stupid point system.
Just give me a free cup after the 6th cup already. Enough with a BS point system
telling me I can earn enough points for a free sandwich...but I can't because points will delete before I can earn enough to do so.
I will rarely go to that restaurant starting next year.
It's really stupid knowing that they waste a lot of food daily (like unwanted donuts and muffins). They can give those things away but no. If we ain't gonna make money off of it, gotta throw it all away, right? Stupid, stupid...
Will be redeeming my current points and off to McDonald’s I go from now on.
Better coffee anyways.