If you want to win a $300 Tim Hortons gift card, here’s your chance!.
If you love Tim Hortons (what Canadian doesn’t?) and hockey then today is your lucky day.
In a recent press release, Tim Hortons announced the return of the Tim Hortons NHL Trading Cards.
These cards can be purchased for $1 plus tax with any qualifying beverage or for $1.99 plus tax without purchasing a beverage.
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Tim Hortons says Canadians across the country will have the chance to collect some incredible cards, such as 87 Sidney Crosby Superstar Signature Cards, 150 autographed NHL Jersey Relics Cards and 100 autographed Brad Marchand Timbits Hockey Cards.
“When I was younger, hockey card collecting was a way that I could extend my love for the game beyond the ice,” Sidney Crosby, NHL star, said in a recent press release.
“As a kid, holding that hockey card in your hand was being just about as close to your favourite player as you could be.”
Communities across Canada can get in on the excitement by getting involved through a series of local Hockey Card Trading Nights on Oct.18 and Oct. 25 at select Tims locations.
The Hockey Card Trading Nights will give hockey fans the chance to obtain new hockey cards, meet fellow collectors and enjoy one of the main things Canada is known for – Tim Hortons.
Trading will extend online as each physical pack includes a unique PIN code for www.collecttowin.ca, an online hockey card trading platform, according to a recent press release.
This is where card collectors can work to meet their collection goals for a chance to win a meet and greet with Sidney Crosby.
Other prizes include tickets to the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star game, a Sidney Crosby autographed jersey, $300 Tim Cards, $100 Tim Cards and free coffee prizes.
Hockey fans can also score special-edition hockey themed donut box and cups.
Tims says players will flip the box over to reveal perforated goals, pucks and hockey sticks – providing them with an “Official Donut Rink of the NHL “to get in on the game with friends and family.”