Tim Hortons is warming America’s hearts and cups with its new holiday menu and cups available at restaurants nationwide earlier this month. The Canadian coffee brewer is offering Snowbits, extra-large Timbits covered in powdered sugar to look like snowballs, to lucky guests at select U.S. restaurants on December 1. The Snowbits will introduce guests to Tim Hortons full holiday menu and holiday-themed cups with images of snowmen, reindeer, sleds and skis.
Snowbits are three times the size of our classic old fashion Timbits, covered in powdered sugar to mimic the look of snowballs. They will be gifted as packs of two in festive holiday-themed boxes, encouraging guests to enjoy Snowbits with a friend. Use Snowbits like snowballs to engage in a friendly Snowbit fight, build a Snowbit snowman, or simply enjoy with a Tim Hortons holiday beverage.
The first twelve guests who mention Snowbits on December 1 at the Van Dyke Avenue, Warren, Michigan; Big Tree Road, Orchard Park, New York; and Broad Street, Whitehall, Ohio restaurant locations, will be gifted with pack of two sweet Snowbit treats, one to eat and one to share.
“We are celebrating the return of the holidays and thanking our guests this holiday season by giving away free Snowbits at select stores on December 1,” says Shawn Thompson, president Tim Hortons U.S. “We encourage guests to get into the holiday spirit by sharing a Snowbit with a friend alongside a holiday beverage in our festive winter-themed cups.”
Guests can also enjoy other Tim Hortons holiday offerings like the new Hot Chocolate line-up including Peppermint, White, Salted Caramel, and Hershey’s flavors, and Peppermint Mocha Iced Capp and Latte in the holiday-themed character cups. Tim Hortons holiday cups feature winter-themed characters woven into the Tim Hortons logo, including a skier, sled-rider, snowman, and reindeer.
For a cheerful stocking stuffer, Tim Hortons offers the Tim Card, available in any denomination. Guests can purchase a Tim Card at participating Tim Hortons restaurants.
Holiday menu items and themed cups are available at participating U.S. restaurants through the holiday season while supplies last.