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Tim horton mailer coupon

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Tim horton mailer coupon

I notice Tim Horton are sending out mailer coupon like MCD and other fast food chains now. They did it before but now the deals are more comparable to other fast food chain. Look like I can start going to Tim Horton again. Been going to MCD. Their business must not do too well. Check your mailbox.
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I saw it and my husband thinks they were so good he forced me to walk to a nearby community mailbox hoping to score some thrown out coupons *rolleyes*

We found none.

I was like "this isn't the time when we lived in the condo and there was a recycling bin full of unwanted coupons!"
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What good are coupons if the product is not any good?
I used to be a firm supporter of their coffee until I learned that the taste is too different from location to location. (or from day to day for that matter...)

I still like their bagel with cream cheese though, but their doughnuts are lacking in quality.
Even the Boston cream seems to have less filling. (before we even talk about in house vs flash freeze. lol)
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playnicee1 wrote:
Jan 4th, 2018 8:44 am
What good are coupons if the product is not any good?
I used to be a firm supporter of their coffee until I learned that the taste is too different from location to location. (or from day to day for that matter...)

I still like their bagel with cream cheese though, but their doughnuts are lacking in quality.
Even the Boston cream seems to have less filling. (before we even talk about in house vs flash freeze. lol)
I think their food is better than MCD but way too damn expensive without coupon lol.
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xpressmerchant wrote:
Jan 4th, 2018 8:48 am
I think their food is better than MCD but way too damn expensive without coupon lol.
Okay, but I still don't recommend ordering anything with chicken strips.

Chicken Strips: Chicken, water, modified tapioca starch, salt, corn starch, sodium phosphate, dehydrated cooked chicken powder, dextrose, autolysed yeast extract, chicken fat, flavour,
spices, onion powder.

Page 18 in the meat section: http://www.timhortons.com/ca/en/pdf/Ing ... ry2015.pdf
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Tims were giving out free Latte coupons last month. They tasted awful. Thank goddess it was free!!
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I have never seen a sheet of Tim's coupons before - competition must be heating up!

Happy though - got a Tim's gift card for Christmas. :-)
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kool1 wrote:
Jan 4th, 2018 4:36 pm
I have never seen a sheet of Tim's coupons before
Early last year they heavily promoted their dark roast with these (now expired) coupons.

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playnicee1 wrote:
Jan 4th, 2018 9:42 am
Okay, but I still don't recommend ordering anything with chicken strips.

Chicken Strips: Chicken, water, modified tapioca starch, salt, corn starch, sodium phosphate, dehydrated cooked chicken powder, dextrose, autolysed yeast extract, chicken fat, flavour,
spices, onion powder.

Page 18 in the meat section: http://www.timhortons.com/ca/en/pdf/Ing ... ry2015.pdf
Glad you finally changed your tune (or got some tastebuds). This reminded me of this post a couple of years ago:

healthy-foods-tim-hortons-1810763/3/#p23596995
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playnicee1 wrote:
Jan 4th, 2018 8:44 am
What good are coupons if the product is not any good?
I used to be a firm supporter of their coffee until I learned that the taste is too different from location to location. (or from day to day for that matter...)

I still like their bagel with cream cheese though, but their doughnuts are lacking in quality.
Even the Boston cream seems to have less filling. (before we even talk about in house vs flash freeze. lol)
Majority of people don't buy food anymore for taste or health purposes. As long as it is cheap and convenient (which is a #1 priority for people on their breaks or before coming in to work), that's where they will go.

If that coffee is still tolerable despite the changes, they're still going there.
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johanscott wrote:
Jan 4th, 2018 5:56 pm
Majority of people don't buy food anymore for taste or health purposes. As long as it is cheap and convenient (which is a #1 priority for people on their breaks or before coming in to work), that's where they will go.

If that coffee is still tolerable despite the changes, they're still going there.
That's because they can't afford it. If they can of course everyone will go for the healthy stuff.
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xpressmerchant wrote:
Jan 4th, 2018 7:21 pm
That's because they can't afford it. If they can of course everyone will go for the healthy stuff.
Well thats why the coupons are great even if the quality of food is bad. It was already cheap and now more people willl go there who normally wouldnt
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Smiley22 wrote:
Jan 4th, 2018 11:45 am
Tims were giving out free Latte coupons last month. They tasted awful. Thank goddess it was free!!
I still have one to use up before Jan. 8 Thanks for reminding me, and thank god the smaller print reads "or any other hot beverage".
(Not that a coffee is any better, but I'll gladly drink that for lack of a better free choice.)
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So what are the new offers and coupons?
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Donuts are gross and the coffee sucks . Withe the new treatment of employees I`m boycotting the swill .

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