2017 Tim Hortons Roll Up The Rim facts and figures

Here is an outline of all the glorious and prosperous items Tim Hortons is giving away during the 2017 Roll Up the Rim to Win contest.

  • Start Date: February 1, 2017
  • End date: April 14th (or while supplies last, whichever occurs first.)
  • Cup size availability: small (10 oz), medium (15 oz), large (20 oz), or extra-large (24 oz) hot beverage.
  • Number of cups available: A minimum of 294,069,480 Cups will be produced for this contest.
  • Distribution: British Columbia (20,916,600); Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Yukon &
    Nunavut (48,792,480); Ontario (154,202,040); Quebec (36,783,480); Atlantic Provinces (33,374,880).
  • Prizes: Forty (40) 2017 Honda Civic Coupe EX-T vehicle prizes (Approximate retail value $23,290 CDN); One hundred fifty (150) 55″ LG 4K UHD TV ($1,599 CDN); Twenty-four thousand (24,000) $100 CDN Tim Card prizes; 49,007,531 Coffee & Food prizes; One hundred (100) $5,000 CIBC Prepaid card prizes.

  • Odds of winning a car: 1 in 7,498,772
  • Odds of winning a TV: 1 in 1,999,672
  • Odds of winning a TimCard: 1 in 12,498
  • Odds of winning food or beverage: 1 in 6
  • Odds of winning a $5,000 CIBC Prepaid card: 1 in 2,999,509

Total value of prizes for 2017 Roll Up the Rim contest: Total approximate retail value of all Prizes is $77,571,230 CDN
Last date to claim prizes: May 4, 2017 at11:59:59 p.m. ET or store closing.


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I'm obsessed with Tim Hortons.It runs through my veins and I've probably spent enough money downing Steeped Tea's that I could have purchased my own franchise.

  • Scott Wilson

    Odds of winning food or beverage: 1 in 49,007,531 ??? Really?

    • Anita Maria

      no kidding, i buy at least 2 coffees per day and have yet to even win a friggin donut

      • Shamalamadingdong

        Really? I’ve bought at least 10 coffees so far and won for over half of them

        • Daryl Robinson

          There are 49,007,531 coffee and food prizes to be won. That number showing in “the odds of winning” is a mistake.

    • Zach Gilbert

      Yep, I’ve won once, out of countless coffees. Oh well.

    • unknown me

      No it’s 49,007,531/294,069,480 which is about 17%. Less if there are more cups produced.

      • Eric Burke

        I think you read that wrong lol

      • Patricia Pedrero

        At the beginning the overall approximate odds in Canada of being eligible to win:
        One of forty (40) 2017 Honda Civic Coupe EX-T vehicle prizes are 1 in 7,498,772.
        The overall approximate odds in Canada of being eligible to win one of one hundred fifty (150) 55″ LG 4K UHD TV prizes are 1 in 1,999,672.
        The overall approximate odds in Canada of being eligible to win one of twenty-four thousand (24,000) $100 CDN Tim Card prizes are 1 in 12,498.
        The overall approximate odds in Canada of being eligible to win one of the forty-nine million seven thousand five hundred thirty-one (49,007,531)
        Coffee & Food Prizes are 1 in 6.
        The overall approximate odds in Canada of being eligible to win one of one hundred (100) $5,000 CIBC Prepaid card prizes are 1 in 2,999,509.

    • Nancy Johnson

      Hmmm…well, I must be lucky. So far I’ve won 3 donuts and 2 coffees. Time to get a Lottery ticket. 🙂

  • Margaret Ann Carr Stakov

    If you win a car, is it actually yours to keep? I’ve heard you only get the car for one year if you win one.

  • Ro Bert Ta Rdif

    Out of over 50 coffee, me and my work buddy’s only won a donut…. I think I’ll go back to Mickey D for my coffee. At less I win a free coffee every out of every 7… lollll

  • Kardash Eddy

    That is all great but where is a map of the regions, and a page with remaining prizes?

    • A-Tara Mac Mullin

      This is what I’m looking for

  • Peter

    I think this year all this is a scam, I am having coffee every day from Tim Hortons and never won anything till now. Last year every 2-3 coffees I got something. Also, it seems that the paper cup has been checked before serving the coffee. Tim Hortons has to investigate the situation.

    • Said Zabian

      yup u r right i get them sometimes and they r rolled already

    • Todd Soden

      seriously? Its a fun contest. If you are buying coffee anyway, what difference does it make to win or not??

      • Todd Soden

        As for the pre-rolled paper cups… I agree that should be stopped.

  • Crystal Milne

    I won a 5000 cibc card and still no word from them it’s been over a week ! Would be nice to hear from someone ????

    • Nyangwe

      What cup size did you buy, Crystal?

      • Crystal Milne

        It was a lg cup

        • Maxx

          The only size i purchase.

    • Maxx

      Nice !!!

  • disqus_lJ98NGl6nC

    They say…. Number of cups available: A minimum of 294,069,480 Cups will be produced for this contest.Distribution: British Columbia (20,916,600); Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Yukon &
    Nunavut (48,792,480); Ontario (154,202,040); Quebec (36,783,480); Atlantic Provinces (33,374,880). Well where’s the missing 9,000,000 cups..
    Odds of winning a car: 1 in 7,498,772
    And 7,498,772 × 40 = 299,950,880

  • Maxx

    I purchase over 100 drinks and won 3 !!!

  • Bonnie

    If the contest ends on April 14th why are all the Timmy hoe’s in my area out of all size cups already?

    • Patricia Pedrero

      Cups will be available at each participating restaurant through April 14, 2017 or while supplies last, whichever occurs first

  • Kim

    I have bought 27 xl coffees and they are all non winners. I definitely think that Tim Hortons should look into this. Kinda seems like a scam to me.

  • Ralph Schleichkorn

    I think Tom Hortons should be required to post the number of top prizes won in each region of Canada for the duration of the contest. That way, if all the top prizes or Honda Civics have already been won in your region, you would know in advance that you stand absolutely NO chance of winning a car no matter how many coffees you buy. In such a scenario, the public is actually misled or defrauded into thinking they might still have a chance of winning right until the end of the contest.
    Also, are the top prizes awarded only to buyers of Large or Extra Large coffees, or does any size coffee purchase give you an equal chance of winning?
    How does the public know that Tim Horton actually awarded all 40 cars during the contest? What happens if some cars or other secondary prizes were not won?

    • Greg Turner

      They probably won’t all be won because some people will likely throw their cups out without checking. In that case, Tim Horton’s and the sponsors simply don’t produce the prize.

  • Braden St. Pierre

    I already won four tims cards