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[Tim Hortons] Coupon mailer

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  • Jan 12th, 2018 6:23 pm
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Jan 5, 2018
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Excellent coupons. Pretty interesting as I've never seen coupons from them. I buy from Tim Hortons frequently so these will come in handy!
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Jun 27, 2007
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hotjoint wrote:
Jan 6th, 2018 11:47 pm
I have thr physical coupons, I took a picture of them. Wonder if they'll accept that or if they need the physical ones
You might be onto something, chief. I'm going to take a picture of a $20 bill and see if they'll accept it as payment.
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turbine wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 10:53 pm
You might be onto something, chief. I'm going to take a picture of a $20 bill and see if they'll accept it as payment.
LMAO
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Feb 9, 2012
12797 posts
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Toronto
Good luck using the $1.99 breakfast sandwich coupon at locations that have raised the regular price from $3.29 to $3.49.
I handed my coupon to the cashier as I placed my order this morning.
She said "That's $2.30"
I said no it's not. It's $2.10
She said TAX! There is TAX!! in a rather harsh tone.
I reminded her that anything less than $4 is only GST taxable.
She got aggressive again and said "You still have to pay tax!!"
I said "Yes! GST tax. $1.99 plus gst is only $2.10 not $2.30..."
She got her manager who didn't even bother to fix it.
She just gave me 15 cents back on $2.25 and handed me the receipt, which read $2.19 plus tax.
They can raise prices but they have no right to set the computer to charge 20 cents more than the coupon price and try to say it's tax.
NICE TRY!
Everyone, check your bill carefully when you use your coupons.
Don't let them over charge!!
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Feb 22, 2009
478 posts
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Whitby
used mine. actually quite good coupons. if your going to load down this corporate giant may as well save some bank.

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Last edited by MrDisco on Jan 12th, 2018 12:37 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: keep politics out of this
Jr. Member
Jul 14, 2014
111 posts
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Oakville, ON
Looks like tim Hortons is trying to drive more sales

Offset minimum wage?
Sr. Member
Dec 28, 2004
895 posts
210 upvotes
nope called publicly traded company so that in itself demands regular price increases, squeezing suppliers and cutting salaries/benefits of employees for shareholder profit - good for shareholders bad for consumers and inbetween for us smart consumer shareholder investors :) :(

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