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Who Doesn't Love Roll up the Rim?

Updated on March 23, 2019
My Roll up the Rim winnings
My Roll up the Rim winnings

Who doesn't love roll up the rim?

Everyone knows spring is right around the corner when roll up the rim happens at Tim Horton’s. Although roll up the rim originated in Canada and is a Canadian thing they do have it in the states. It is just more widely known in Canada. It feels limitless when it starts in terms of chance. I have always loved The season when Roll up the rim is around even when I lose, it’s just the anticipation of what could come. Tim Horton’s is always packed anyway, but I find that when I go to Tim Hortons more when its roll up the rim season because everyone is trying to win a limitless number of different things that roll up the rim offers.

What is Roll up the rim? You ask, Roll Up the rim is a contest that Tim Horton’s holds during the middle of February until the middle of march but your stubs last until June. Roll up the rim is a contest that feels limitless depending on how many times you go to the establishment, it has been around for almost 30 years. This contest has over 1 million food and drinks prizes. There is also cars to win, 100 dollar Tim Cards and televisions that can be won. Roll up the rim is a wishing game, once you get whatever size cup you decide to order and roll up the rim you have a one in fifty chance of getting something. Some people might even roll up the rim before they drink their coffee, but I don’t see how that can happen, because you disfigure the cup when you roll the rim up which, isn’t good when you are trying to drink the coffee. So why not wait until you finish your coffee to roll up the rim, that way you have more fun with it. At least that is what I think anyway.

Roll up the rim is always a sign that spring is around the corner and who doesn’t like spring? It is a sign of new life and new adventures, isn’t roll up the rim an adventure of sorts? If you think of it that way, it is, because you are dreaming as you roll up that rim of what it can be underneath. I have played roll up the rim since I was probably seven or eight maybe even younger because you get to roll up the rim on the small cups too. Which is awesome! Roll up the rim is a great contest if you haven’t tried it yet, go out and do so, you will love it.

Since roll up the rim is very Canadian based, all Canadians look forward to it. There is not one Canadian that you can talk to that probably hasn’t had a roll up the rim. I remember watching something on television after last year’s Olympics where Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir two Canadian pair figure skaters were being interviewed and one of the questions that Tessa was asked was “What was the best thing about coming home from Sochi Russia”? Her response was, “Roll Up the rim at Tim Horton’s the first thing I did after getting off the plane was going there and getting a Coffee.” When I saw the interview I smiled, and said to myself, “You know your Canadian when the first thing you do when coming back into the country after being away is going to get a roll up the rim from Tim Horton’s.


Who doesn't love Roll Up The Rim
Who doesn't love Roll Up The Rim

The thrill of the roll

Canadian Olympian‘s even love Roll up the rim to win. So Again I ask who doesn’t like Roll up the rim”? “ I love it, I remember when I was in College I would go to Tim Horton’s like three or four times a day during roll up the rim just to get a coffee, to see what my odds were. Last year I had a roll up the rim coffee almost daily, and my odds were pretty good. This year however if I get a roll up the rim coffee once a week I am lucky, as of now I have four and I have used two of them already, but I have four more, two coffees and two donuts.

Roll up the rim is the luck of the draw but, is a fun game to play and you get a drink out of the deal, who doesn’t like that? Roll up the Rim is so much fun, that if I could have it every day I would. But I am also a coffeeholic if that is even a word. Is coffee a staple for bloggers? Coffee is limitless in the sense that all bloggers and most people drink it all the time, in order to keep them going or just to have something to do with their hands other than work. With roll up the rim, you can drink the coffee and roll up the rim and hope that you win.

Most Canadians love the roll up the rim season not only for the realization that spring is right around the corner but it is also for the thrill of the limitless hunt for a winning cup. That is what most people love about roll up the rim the limitless thrill of the hunt for a winning cup. I love the limitless excitement that I feel when I finish the coffee and roll up the rim. I feel that if I don't finish the coffee I am cheating by rolling it up early so that is why I wait and roll it up at the end.

Who doesn't love the limitless thrill of rolling up the rim of a Tim Horton's roll up the rim cup? I love it the limitless excitement you get when you get one of the cups to roll up. Have you ever had roll up the rim and if you have how much do you enjoy it? It is a great game to play because for the most part you are guaranteed to win, at least once. However, this depends on how many times you get a Tim Hortons coffee.


Who doesn't love Roll Up the Rim

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Roll up the Rim is the limitless thrill of the roll once, your coffee is done or at least that is how I like to roll it up anyway. It is the excitement of what you get once your coffee is finished and you roll the rim up. Roll up the rim feels limitless depending on how many coffees you get a day, sometimes I would get two cups a day and that is why it would feel limitless to me since I would have two chances a day to roll up the rim and see if I won anything interesting. It is the thrill of the roll that comes with roll up the rim and that is why people like it as much as they do. At least that is what I think.

Have you ever had a Tim Horton's roll up the rim and what did you think of it?

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