dealstim horton's - donut with any purchase

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So, WHO is Tim Horton, and why would his donuts be better than Dunkins???

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Funny it says "US locations only" I only know of Tim Horton's from my Canadian trips where they are very popular and almost any town of size has at least one. None in my state that I know of.

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They're all over New York state, especially here in Buffalo (30 mins. from Canada).

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They used to be all over Rhode Island but were all shut down I thought their coffee was horrid.

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Looking for the obligatory, "How is this a deal, there are none near me" comment. Now am disappoint.

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Its like Canada's Starbucks with doughnuts

@willnott: Tim Horton was a Canadian hockey player that decide to open a doughnut shop which was named after him and has become Canada's largest fast food chain over taking McDonalds. Tim Hortons has locations in Canada USA England The Middle East as well as a few other places.

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ACK!!!!! So unfair to Canadian transplants living in the southwest US, with no Timmy's to be found!

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Odd no TH in Southwest US. If you counted all Canadian citizens in L.A., it would be one of Canada's largest cities. None there, but they go to middle east? Maybe Canadians aren't as smart as we thought.

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Their coffee is cheap and not meant to compare to something like starbucks, it is for blue collars on a budget, closer to dunkin coffee. Their Iced Cappuccinos are ok.

I dont drink coffee much anyway so I love them for their food. Hearty soups and chillies, available in a breadbowl if you want. Fresh sandwiches made to order, wraps, donuts, and of course timbits!! (timbits = donut holes to americans, only they are so much better, more variety)

Most locations are open late, or even 24 hours, which makes it an amazing stop when the parties let out. (remember this is Canada, when the drunk people go to a food place late at night they do not get rowdy; they order politely)

Their US locations are generally close to the Canadian border (but not always).

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The are opening many stores in Michigan.

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Are they located anywhere in NY?

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Sure, I'm going to Canada tomorrow, and I can't use this. Where is the justice?

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@bobbartnick: Bring the coupon anyway. Even if the Canadian branches don't have a similar promotion running, being Canadain, they will probably accept it just to be nice.

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@cplaw: The Middle East thing is a bit misleading... there are tims on a couple of bases over there, where the Canadian military has a "large" presence.

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@willnott: Tim Horton is a famous Canadian Hockey player (played for Sabres, Leafs, Penguins, and Rangers) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Horton

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I like Tim Hortons but if you are in NYC do not buy from them. REESE the company that owns the franchise stores in NYC are nasty. Dunkin Donuts ended their agreement with them because of how filthy this company maintained the stores.

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At one time Wendy's owned Tim Horton's and a lot of stores were opened in Michigan and Ohio. Wendy's has since sold the chain.

I've heard a lot of Canadians rave about the coffee, but I don't drink coffee, so I don't know.

There is one location in Kentucky, on base at Fort Knox. I don't know how that happened.

I successfully ordered a bagel avec fromage a la creme at a Tim Horton's in Baie-Comeau, Quebec, one morning. I did not meet one person in that entire town that spoke English, and my attempts the night before to order food in French were unsuccessful.

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@bano1337: There are 20+ around Rochester, 20+ around Syracuse, and 20+ around NYC.

http://www.timhortons.com/ca/locator/index.html

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Those donuts look more like stale bagels than donuts.