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Tim Hortons Changing Cup Sizes Next Week!

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the funny thing is that they always short change when they do a short pour....which always gets me upset..they should put a level line in the inside of the cup..


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i heard from a timmy's employee that the price is the same for the same sizes that are currently available.. They are bringing in a larger size that will cost more..

small - same price - same amount
medium - same price - same amount
large - same price - same amount
XL - new price - new amount

maybe she's wrong :-0

edit: yeah the above picture sums it up.. nothing has changed. prices are the same for the same amount. It's only the name that changed.. welcome to canada
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Decile wrote:
Jan 17th, 2012 7:39 pm
Does this hot? It does not. :confused:

For the addicts, I think so. I own a Tassimo, so I rarely drink Timmies unless im out with friends.
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Anything involving Tim Horton is not hot.
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Decile wrote:
Jan 17th, 2012 7:39 pm
Does this hot? It does not. :confused:

Yeah, more bad coffee for the same price is still bad coffee.
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livemink wrote:
Jan 17th, 2012 7:35 pm
Not super hot, but at least you're getting more for the same price.
No you're not... For example: The old "large" is the new "medium", but the new medium is still the same price as the old large. Just the names have changed. You're getting the same amount of coffee for the same price as before. I've confirmed this with Tim Hortons on Twitter.

Nothing to see here people... Time to close the thread.
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its the same price for the equal amount of coffee. so the new small is the same price as the old medium
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All of you shut your mouths and leave the OP alone.
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... new XL size and price, so the old XL is now a L- for the price of a large according to my understanding. So yea you get more for the same price...

habsfan321 wrote:
Jan 17th, 2012 7:42 pm
No you're not... For example: The old "large" is the new "medium", but the new medium is still the same price as the old large. Just the names have changed. You're getting the same amount of coffee for the same price.

Nothing to see here people...
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You guys have it all wrong....

Next week when you order your medium coffe that you've always ordered, you will be getting and paying for what the 'old' large is. So, if you want your same medium coffee, you'll have to order a small, to get the same price, and same size as what you used to.

So, all thsoe who think "Tim horton's is sooo great, giving us more free coffee..." you're dead wrong. They're doing quite the opposite. It's a marketing and sales tactic. Ordering a "small" coffee doesn't sound very filling, or appealing, hence why you will prob order a medium or large, which in reality means you're getting a large or extra large. Smart marketing by timmies.
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livemink wrote:
Jan 17th, 2012 7:35 pm
Price of a Medium Double Double is going to be a Large Double Double size.

I think you've got it wrong. They are just changing the name. Say if you order a Medium now and pay X dollars for it, after the change, you have to order a Small to get the same amount of coffee and pay the same amount X. If you order a Medium(after change), you'll instead get a Large(before change) and pay the price of a Large(before change). At least that's how I understand it.

So really no savings.
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"The prices for each cup size will not change, just their names."

So a medium is still a medium price... just bigger? no?
najibs wrote:
Jan 17th, 2012 7:44 pm
You guys have it all wrong....

Next week when you order your medium coffe that you've always ordered, you will be getting and paying for what the 'old' large is. So, if you want your same medium coffee, you'll have to order a small, to get the same price, and same size as what you used to.

So, all thsoe who think "Tim horton's is sooo great, giving us more free coffee..." you're dead wrong. They're doing quite the opposite. It's a marketing and sales tactic. Ordering a "small" coffee doesn't sound very filling, or appealing, hence why you will prob order a medium or large, which in reality means you're getting a large or extra large. Smart marketing by timmies.
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livemink wrote:
Jan 17th, 2012 7:46 pm
"The prices for each cup size will not change, just their names."

So a medium is still a medium ... just bigger? no?

:facepalm:
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