Tim Hortons Official #TimmyMe App Gets Even Better

Tim Hortons official TimmyMe app is now better than ever. New Pay with TimmyMe (Only compatible with BlackBerry 10, Android 4.0+ and iOS 6.0+) Grabbing lunch at Tims? There’s no need to reach for your wallet. With the new mobile payment feature, just register your Tim Card and enjoy a secure, convenient way to pay. It’s as easy as one, two, scan!

 

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More App Features:

1. Find a Restaurant

With one click find the 20 closest Tim Hortons locations from wherever you are using your built-in GPS. You can also search for our restaurants by typing in a location. The Restaurant Finder allows you to see the locations on a map or in a list, view all the details about the restaurant including the amenities (drive thru, Tim Card, in-restaurant seating, etc.) and get driving directions.

 

2. Tim Card

Set it and forget it! Now you can set your registered Tim Card to auto reload right from your mobile device. Perform a one-time reload or opt for re-occurring auto reload for your convenience! All you need to do is tell us when you want your Tim Card reloaded and how much to add and we’ll handle the rest for you. Plus, check the balance of your Tim Card, give it a nickname and save up to 5 cards in the app. Managing your Tim Card have never been easier!

 

3. Timmy Run

Is it your turn to go for a ‘Timmy Run’ at the office today? Now organize your next ‘Timmy Run’ on the go via your smart phone. TimmyRun mobile takes the coffee ‘run’ to a whole new level of convenience and ease of use. Customize beverages, manage open and private runs and accept run invitations right within the app today!

 

4. Nutrition Info

Get all the nutritional information for any Tim Hortons menu item using the handy nutrition feature.

 

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