Tim Hortons officially drops the puck on the new NHL trading card season with the launch of their much anticipated new 2020-2021 Tim Hortons NHL Trading Cards.
Fans can get their hands on a pack of three cards for $1 with the purchase of any qualifying beverage, or for $1.99 without a beverage. Each pack offers fans a chance to receive one of 87 special limited-edition cards signed by Sidney Crosby, one of 100 signed by Nathan MacKinnon, or one of 12,000 Wayne Gretzky tribute cards that commemorate his final season with the Edmonton Oilers.
This season’s set features a total of 270 cards, including card #1 featuring Tim Horton. Other highlights of the 2020-2021 set include:
- Cards autographed by Adam Lowry, Brady Tkachuk, Cale Makar, Danton Heinen, Filip Zadina, Jimmy Vesey, Mark Scheifele, Max Pacioretty, Micheal Ferland, Nicolas Petan, Noah Hanifin, Phillip Danault, Quinn Hughes, Ryan Poehling and Tanner Pearson.
- Cards featuring a piece of an authentic, game-worn jersey from one of Auston Matthews, Alex Ovechkin, Artemi Panarin, Brad Marchand, Brady Tkachuk, Connor Hellebuyck, Connor McDavid, Carey Price, David Pastrnak, Elias Pettersson, Jack Eichel, Johnny Gaudreau, Leon Draisaitl, Mitch Marner, Mark Scheifele, Ryan O’Reilly, Sidney Crosby or Steven Stamkos.
- Cards featuring a piece of an authentic, game-worn jersey that has also been autographed by one of Brady Tkachuk, Carey Price, Elias Pettersson, Leon Draisaitl, Mitch Marner or Sean Monahan.
- 1 of 100 special Timbits cards autographed by Brayden Point, which feature the Stanley Cup winner as a nine-year-old player.
Tim Horton is also offering a a specially designed binder to store all of your Tim Hortons hockey cards for $16.99.
Additionally, with every eligible purchase of a pack of cards, registered Tims Rewards members can take part in the new Collect to Win program on the Tim Hortons app and have a chance to win a free hot beverage, $50 Tim Cards, NHL Live subscriptions, free coffee for a year, a trip for two to the 2021 Stanley Cup Final, or a VIP trip for two to watch an NHL game and meet Sidney Crosby.
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