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7 Cool Facts About 'Roll Up The Rim To Win'

Since its humble beginnings in 1986, Tim Hortons' Roll Up The Rim contest has become an important part of winter in Canada.

Here’s a little neat trivia to lift your spirits the next time you rrroll up a “please play again."

Fly me to the moon...
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If lined up end to end, the number of baked goods and coffee won could wrap around the moon more than five times.
Tidal wave of double-doubles...
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Some 430 million medium coffees have been won – enough to fill 73 Olympic-sized swimming pools.
Cruising in style?
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In 1988, Tim Hortons introduced its first vehicle prize, an '88 Ford Mustang Cobra GT convertible. Five were available.
Roll-Up rainbow...
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Roll Up the Rim cups haven't always been red – they've been been blue, brown and even black over the years.
Nearly a billion bucks of Tim Cards
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More than $810 million in Tim Cards have been won, as have 4.8 trillion (yes, trillion) medium double-doubles. That's enough for the world's entire population for two years.
Plenty for everybody...
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More than 580 million prizes have been claimed – the equivalent of Canada’s population winning 17 times each.
Roll up the virtual cup...
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The introduction of Roll Up the Rim Roulette signaled the contest’s arrival on the Internet in 2012.

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