We are almost halfway through Roll Up The Rim To Win, Canada.
This means you have just over six weeks left to try your chances at winning the big stuff: a 2017 Honda Civic Coup, a 55-inch LG 4K UHD Smart TV, or a $5,000 CIBC prepaid card to name a few.
While all of these modern winnings sound pretty great, we can’t help but reflect on the hilarious prizes (and the jolly retro uniforms) of the past.
- Tim Hortons Roll Up The Rim To Win is back
- Tim Hortons just debuted churro doughnuts and Timbits
- Canadian YouTubers are unrolling hundreds of cups from Tim Hortons (VIDEO)
Have you ever wondered what our favourite doughnut-and-coffee chain has offered its customers when it comes to prizes over the past 31 years? Here are some of the most memorable from the list.
The most hilarious prize in Roll Up The Rim history were probably the 365 his and hers bikes that were up for grabs in 1988. They were both adorable and bizarre.
In 1987 the first car from the contest was given out, and the next decade in 1992, Tims offered prizes like this cordless phone and boom boxes.
In ’95 cassette players were all the rage, and they were a valuable item to be won during the Roll Up The Rim sweepstakes.
From BBQs to boat packages, there’s been a ton of things that have come and gone in this legendary Canadian tradition, but one thing’s for sure – winning a Tim’s doughnut or coffee has never gotten old, and it probably never will.