Tim Hortons © offers breakfast meals for just £1 with Eat Out To Help Out scheme
Tim Hortons®, the iconic Canadian coffee chain, has announced that it has signed up all of its currently open restaurant estate to participate in the UK Government Eat Out To Help Out scheme in August.
Offering 50% off up to the value of £10 per person Monday to Wednesday, the scheme offers guests the opportunity to dine in for less throughout August.
Tim Hortons has also confirmed that their popular Breakfast £1.99 promotion, which already offers a 60% saving on the regular pricing, will continue during the August scheme and also be eligible for the discount. Guests can therefore treat themselves to a main breakfast item, hash brown, and small hot drink or orange juice for an unbeatable £1 every day until 11am!
From classic Bacon Rolls and Sausage & Egg Muffins, to firm favourite Big Breakfast Wraps, and even Veggie Sausage & Egg Muffins, everyone can enjoy a breakfast meal for less at Tim Hortons. For those looking for a more indulgent morning option, three topped buttermilk pancake options are also included in the offer. The full breakfast menu can be viewed here.
The full menu will also be eligible under the government scheme with popular options such as the newly launched Tims™ Crispy Chicken Stack sandwich meal, Iced French Vanilla, and boxes of delicious donuts also benefitting from the 50% saving.
Key product price differences using the 50% off dine in scheme:
|Product||Normal Price||Eat Out To Help Out Price|
|Original Blend Coffee – Small||£1.69||£0.85|
|Iced Capp Supreme Caramel – Small||£3.49||£1.75|
|French Vanilla – Small||£2.89||£1.45|
|Big Breakfast Wrap Meal||£1.99||£1.00|
|Tims™ Crispy Chicken Sandwich Meal||£5.99||£3.00|
|Timbits 10 Box||£3.49||£1.75|
|Donuts 12 Box||£12.99||£6.50|
Kevin Hydes, Chief Commercial Officer of Tim Hortons® U.K. & Ireland said: “We’ve been thrilled with the response to our incredible value Breakfast £1.99 promotion so far and are very excited that this can further benefit from the 50% off government scheme. Nowhere else can you get a breakfast meal at this price, and for the quality we are able to deliver. Tim Hortons is very proud to be partaking in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme and hopes diners are able to treat themselves after what has been a very challenging period for everyone.”
The Tim Hortons® brand was founded by its namesake, a top professional ice hockey player, who wanted to create a space where everyone would feel at home. Fast forward to 2019, more than 5.3 million Canadians – approximately 15 per cent of the population – visit the cafés daily.Megan TrimbleMspressenquiries@timhortons.co.uk