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[McDonalds] $1 Any Size McCafe Premium Roast Coffee (4/9 - 4/29) [Select Provinces]

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[McDonalds] $1 Any Size McCafe Premium Roast Coffee (4/9 - 4/29) [Select Provinces]

Just saw an ad that McDonalds will be running the $1 any size coffee promo starting April 9th until April 29th
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Only available in Ontario a few provinces
Not a national deal. Reported as live in Ontario & Atlantic Canada
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I'm still able to order Coffees through the My McD's app for $1.00.
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Is it roll up the rim - destroying month again?
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"Would you like to try one of our new bagels and cream cheese" with that loss leader coffee.
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Martin (deal addict) wrote:
Apr 5th, 2018 11:19 am
"Would you like to try one of our new bagels and cream cheese" with that loss leader coffee.
Correction.... Watered down coffee ;).
When you upvote my posts, this is what happens:
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PriceHunter wrote:
Apr 5th, 2018 11:22 am
Correction.... Watered down coffee ;).
IMO its the Tim's regular that tastes watered down to me since the dark roast came out.

I heard a rumor that when Burger King took over Tim Horton's they changed coffee supplier and that McD is now buying from the original supplier. Sounds unlikely but who knows?
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PriceHunter wrote:
Apr 5th, 2018 11:22 am
Correction.... Watered down coffee ;).
How d'you figure?


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PriceHunter wrote:
Apr 5th, 2018 11:22 am
Correction.... Watered down coffee ;).
No way, McDonald's has the best coffee in the fast food industry imo. It's at least on par with regular coffee from Second Cup/Starbucks
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Martin (deal addict) wrote:
Apr 5th, 2018 11:26 am
IMO its the Tim's regular that tastes watered down to me since the dark roast came out.

I heard a rumor that when Burger King took over Tim Horton's they changed coffee supplier and that McD is now buying from the original supplier. Sounds unlikely but who knows?
This switch happened in 2009, a few years before Burger King bougth Tim Hortons

McDonald’s Canada introduced its reformulated “premium blend” Arabica medium roast coffee in 2009 with a promotion that gave it away to customers for free for two weeks, the beginning of an annual tradition. In 2011, it began widely rolling out its in-store McCafé espresso bars to its locations across Canada. All the while, it has been not-so-subtly promoting its coffee’s taste as vastly superior to the old version, and it clearly worked.
from http://business.financialpost.com/news/ ... ne-deepens

Tim Hortons takes roasting into its own hands
Tim Hortons started construction of a new bean roasting facility in Ancaster, near Hamilton, in April 2009. It's unknown if the $30 million, 74,000-square-foot Ancaster plant is fully operational.
https://www.thestar.com/business/2010/0 ... hands.html
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