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[Canada Post] Spend $30 and get a FREE $10 Tim Hortons gift-card

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Dec 2, 2012
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[Canada Post] Spend $30 and get a FREE $10 Tim Hortons gift-card

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Tim Hortons Gift-Card Offer – Spend $30 and get a FREE $10 Tim Hortons gift-card
With any purchase of $30 or more receive one (1) $10 Tim Hortons Tim’s Card. This offer applies only to merchandise purchased online at www.canadapost.ca/shop using the promo code COFFEE from December 11, 2015 at 12:00 a.m. [ET] to December 14, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. [ET], while supplies last. Offer not valid on past or pre-ordered purchases. Offer not valid on commercial orders. The purchase threshold must be $30 or more before any taxes or shipping charges. Returned item(s) will be refunded net of the gift card amount if the customer no longer meets the minimum threshold of $30. The purchase must be made in a single transaction. This offer is subject to change or discontinuation without notice. Canada Post Corporation is not responsible for typographical or pictorial errors. Limit one Tim’s Card per transaction.

Promo Code: COFFEE


https://www.canadapost.ca/shop/shop.jsf
65 replies
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Dec 24, 2007
1878 posts
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Toronto
Excellent timing to send out the Holidays cards and a free Tims card will go perfectly.

Thank you OP
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Sep 5, 2004
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Too bad not McDonald's Coffee, Tim Hortons is gross.
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Feb 1, 2012
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sixer wrote: Too bad not McDonald's Coffee, Tim Hortons is gross.
+1 I like McDonalds coffee better.
Sr. Member
Mar 15, 2011
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Waterloo
Thanks!

About a year ago they had a "spend $90 get $10 esso card" promo. Someone was able to find permanent stamps at an old cost rate. Anything like that again? I can't seem to find any, but maybe someone might have better luck?

I don't care weather their the stick type of the moister type
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Sep 1, 2007
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the dark roast is decent
sixer wrote: Too bad not McDonald's Coffee, Tim Hortons is gross.
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Feb 5, 2006
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Can you buy stamps and get the gc?

EDIT: Just tried and it does work with stamps listed on the site.
Jr. Member
Jul 5, 2005
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Windsor
Inno wrote: Can you buy stamps and get the gc?
Really? Read the first line of the terms posted in OP...
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Apr 12, 2011
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pbd3mon wrote: Really? Read the first line of the terms posted in OP...
Confirmed. Does not work with stamps.
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May 2, 2010
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fishscale4sale wrote: Confirmed. Does not work with stamps.
I tried a roll of 50 permanent domestic stamps. It is priced at $42.50.
Applied code COFFEE at check out and the system automatically added a $10 Tim Hortons card to my cart free of charge. The total remained at $42.50.

In short, buying a roll of stamps is a valid purchase to enjoy this promo.
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Apr 20, 2005
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pbd3mon wrote: Really? Read the first line of the terms posted in OP...
fishscale4sale wrote: Confirmed. Does not work with stamps.
I just ordered 4 10x strips of domestic stamps for $34 plus a free $10 Tim's gift card. Not sure what you guys were reading..
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Feb 20, 2004
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yup tim horton gc shows up during check out page after entry of COFFEE

don't forget to go thru GCR for around 4 % rebate is what I believe it to be
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Nov 23, 2008
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pbd3mon wrote: Really? Read the first line of the terms posted in OP...
Yep, it sure works with a roll of stamps! I just did it.
What on earth are YOU talking about?
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Nov 23, 2008
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well, this is better than nothing. Might as well treat this as a discount, because stamps NEVER go on "sale"

(except for that one time they were clearing out old "P" stamps worth 63cents, but I'm sure that will never happen again!)

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