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2015 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Collector's Series Hockey Cards

2015 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Collector’s Series Hockey Cards

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Offering a double jolt to a collector's morning, coffee and NHL cards join forces in 2015 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Collector's Series Hockey. Ahead of the 2015-16 season, the three-card promotional packs are found at participating Tim Hortons restaurants for $1 with a beverage purchase starting September 30.

Shop for 2015 Upper Deck Tim Hortons cards on eBay.

Led by a 100-card base set, the focus is on modern players, but the legend himself, Tim Horton, is the first card in the set. The remaining 99 cards are billed as today's NHL superstars.

In addition to the base set, collectors can also find a variety of inserts in 2015 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Collector's Series Hockey. On the base insert side of things, Above the Ice, Franchise Force and Shining Futures build on the collecting options.

While limited, premium insert options include NHL Autographs for 15 current players, including Alex Ovechkin, Matt Duchene and Max Pacioretty. There are also 17 NHL Jersey Relic cards and seven NHL Autographed Jersey Relics. Both relic inserts feature game-used jersey pieces. Lastly, Sidney Crosby has signed a total of 87 Timbits Autograph cards for the release.

Packs can be obtained for $1 (plus tax) with each beverage purchased and $1.99 per pack beyond that. For those interested in the packs, but not the coffee, packs sell for $1.99 without a beverage purchase. Packs are only available as supplies last and come 100 per box.

Although there are Tim Hortons locations in both the United States and Canada, the cards will only be available at the Canadian stores.

The exclusive Tim Hortons set is not just limited to the physical collecting world. Each pack features a unique PIN that can be used to acquire digital cards online and offers the chance to win prizes. Full details can be found at the official website.

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Product Configuration: 3 cards per pack - $1 plus tax ($1.99 without beverage purchase)
Price Point: Low-End Hockey Card
Target Audience: Promo Collectors, Tim Hortons Fans, Hockey Collectors

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Set Checklist

2015 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Collector's Series Hockey Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

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1 Tim Horton - Toronto Maple Leafs
2 Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes
3 Andrew Hammond - Ottawa Senators
4 Shea Weber - Nashville Predators
5 Mark Giordano - Calgary Flames
6 Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators
7 Kyle Turris - Ottawa Senators
8 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
9 Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning
10 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
11 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
12 Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche
13 Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings
14 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
15 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
16 Andrew Ladd - Winnipeg Jets
17 Radim Vrbata - Vancouver Canucks
18 Ryan Strome - New York Islanders
19 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
20 Alexander Steen - St. Louis Blues
21 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
22 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
23 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames
24 Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames
25 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Coyotes
26 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
27 Matt Moulson - Buffalo Sabres
28 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
29 Jason Pominville - Minnesota Wild
30 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
31 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
32 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
33 Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
34 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
35 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
36 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
37 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
38 Bryan Little - Winnipeg Jets
39 Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks
40 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
41 Jaroslav Halak - New York Islanders
42 Tyler Bozak - Toronto Maple Leafs
43 Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils
44 Marian Hossa - Chicago Blackhawks
45 Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs
46 Shane Doan - Coyotes
47 Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers
48 Brian Elliott - St. Louis Blues
49 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
50 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks
51 Teddy Purcell - Edmonton Oilers
52 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
53 Jeff Skinner - Carolina Hurricanes
54 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
55 Roberto Luongo - Florida Panthers
56 Milan Lucic - Boston Bruins
57 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
58 Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
59 Gustav Nyquist - Detroit Red Wings
60 Frederik Andersen - Anaheim Ducks
61 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
62 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
63 Tyler Ennis - Buffalo Sabres
64 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins
65 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
66 Brian Gionta - Buffalo Sabres
67 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
68 Jaden Schwartz - St. Louis Blues
69 Kyle Okposo - New York Islanders
70 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
71 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
72 Sergei Bobrovsky - Columbus Blue Jackets
73 Nick Foligno - Columbus Blue Jackets
74 Derick Brassard - New York Rangers
75 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
76 P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens
77 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
78 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
79 Kari Lehtonen - Dallas Stars
80 Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets
81 Phil Kessel - Toronto Maple Leafs
82 Tomas Plekanec - Montreal Canadiens
83 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
84 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
85 Steve Mason - Philadelphia Flyers
86 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
87 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
88 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
89 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
90 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
91 John Tavares - New York Islanders
92 Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
93 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
94 Cory Schneider - New Jersey Devils
95 Tomas Tatar - Detroit Red Wings
96 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
97 Derek Stepan - New York Rangers
98 Devan Dubnyk - Minnesota Wild
99 Dustin Byfuglien - Winnipeg Jets
100 Michael Cammalleri - New Jersey Devils

Above the Ice Set Checklist

14 cards. 1:12 packs.
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AI-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
AI-CG Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
AI-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
AI-DD Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
AI-EK Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
AI-HL Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
AI-HZ Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
AI-JT John Tavares - New York Islanders
AI-PK Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
AI-RM Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
AI-RN Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
AI-SC Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
AI-SS Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
AI-TS Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars

Die-Cuts Set Checklist

15 cards. 1:3 packs.
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TH-1 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
TH-2 Andrew Ladd - Winnipeg Jets
TH-3 Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs
TH-4 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
TH-5 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
TH-6 Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames
TH-7 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
TH-8 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
TH-9 John Tavares - New York Islanders
TH-10 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
TH-11 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
TH-12 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
TH-13 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
TH-14 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
TH-15 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars

Franchise Force 3D Set Checklist

12 cards. 1:24 packs.
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FF-1 Mark Messier - Edmonton Oilers
FF-2 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins
FF-3 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens
FF-4 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
FF-5 Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers
FF-6 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
FF-7 Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators
FF-8 Phil Kessel - Toronto Maple Leafs
FF-9 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
FF-10 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
FF-11 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
FF-12 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals

NHL Autographs Set Checklist

15 cards. 1:7,200 packs. Issued as redemption.
Overall Prize Card Odds (includes autograph/relic cards) - 1:1,345 packs
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1 Andrew Hammond - Ottawa Senators
2 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
3 Brayden Schenn - Philadelphia Flyers
4 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
5 Dion Phaneuf - Toronto Maple Leafs
6 Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche
7 Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche
8 Kevin Hayes - New York Rangers
9 Lance Bouma - Calgary Flames
10 Mathew Dumba - Minnesota Wild
11 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
12 Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets
13 Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
14 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
15 Shea Weber - Nashville Predators

NHL Jersey Relics Set Checklist

17 cards. 1:1,800 packs. Issued as redemption.
Overall Prize Card Odds (includes autograph/relic cards) - 1:1,345 packs
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1 Alexandre Burrows - Vancouver Canucks
2 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
3 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
4 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
5 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
6 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
7 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
8 Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche
9 Jason Pominville - Minnesota Wild
10 John Tavares - New York Islanders
11 Matt Moulson - Buffalo Sabres
12 Phil Kessel - Toronto Maple Leafs
13 P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens
14 Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets
15 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
16 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
17 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning

NHL Signature Jersey Relics Set Checklist

7 cards. Serial numbered #/25. Issued as redemption.
Overall Prize Card Odds (includes autograph/relic cards) - 1:1,345 packs

1 Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs
2 Jacob Trouba - Winnipeg Jets
3 Kyle Turris - Ottawa Senators
4 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
5 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
6 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames
7 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers

Platinum Profiles Set Checklist

12 cards. 1:18 packs.
Originally listed as Silver Silhouettes.
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SS-1 Mark Messier - Edmonton Oilers
SS-2 Darryl Sittler - Toronto Maple Leafs
SS-3 Peter Forsberg - Quebec Nordiques
SS-4 Guy Lafleur - Montreal Canadiens
SS-5 Theoren Fleury - Calgary Flames
SS-6 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens
SS-7 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
SS-8 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
SS-9 John Tavares - New York Islanders
SS-10 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
SS-11 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
SS-12 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins

Season Highlights Checklist Cards Set Checklist

7 cards. 1:4 packs.
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SH-1 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
SH-2 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
SH-3 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
SH-4 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
SH-5 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
SH-6 Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks
SH-7 Ondrej Pavelec - Winnipeg Jets

Shining Futures Set Checklist

12 cards. 1:5 packs.
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SF-1 Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins
SF-2 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
SF-3 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
SF-4 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
SF-5 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
SF-6 Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals
SF-7 Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets
SF-8 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
SF-9 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
SF-10 Mark Stone - Ottawa Senators
SF-11 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames
SF-12 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens

Sidney Crosby Timbits Hockey Autograph Set Checklist

Limited to 87 copies. Issued as a redemption.
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Sidney Crosby

#1 NHL Draft Pick Redemption Card Set Checklist

1:16,470 packs.
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#1 NHL Draft Pick (Connor McDavid)

Trey is a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options.

User Reviews

George Semeniuk
George Semeniuk

I have been trying to get cards for about 2 weeks. No luck. All I get is a blank stare from people who dont know what hockey is it seems. No more Timmys for me.

'Peg City

the pathetic thing is, this promotion supposedly goes to December 31st..I couldn’t find a pack in Winnipeg after the first 17 days..I don’t drink coffee so I don’t go to Tims..I attempted to be a customer of theirs all over the city but, pieces of shat who buy boxes and apparently cases ruined that for me AND Tims..I ended up with about 5 packs total that my dad and grandpa had purchased..pretty sure I have Brian Littles out of my 15 or so cards..they should take down their promotional advertising for the cards if they don’t have any left..total BS, McDonalds cards promotions were WAY better run..


Does anyone else use this site? http://www.canadianhockeycards.com./TH1516.htm Just wondering how accurate the pricing is? Ebay is all over the place and I usually don’t go by the chaos on there. I need to winterize my car and a few other fun expenses. So, i’m going to put all of my ATI, FF and Platinum (All of them, not just duplicates) on Kijiji for 1/2 of the value the site mentioned above. Collecting was fun, but I need Tires more than hockey cards! (Rcolpitts88@hotmail.com if you want to make a deal, i’m only 13 cards away from the master set. So I may just have what you’re missing!)


P.S. For the record, I have these dupes avail for trade:

Patrick Roy (x3)
Sidney Crosby (x2)
Mario Lemieux (x2)
Alex Ovechkin


Henrik Lundquvist
Alex Ovechkin (x3)
Drew Doughty
Claude Giroux


John Tavares (x2)
Peter Forsberg
Alex Ovechkin.

I prefer straight up trades, but i’ll sell them if you are looking to finish a set! (I also have about 50 spare die cuts and about 20 spare Shining Futures if you need any of those!)


@ Evan. Now be a good guy and send it to me ha ha, thats one of the 3 ATI i’m missing. Anybody have a John Tavares ATI? Seems like a tough little S.O.B. to find. Myself and James would love to talk to you!!! ha ha


love the cards pulled a crosby above ice in my FIRST PACK!!!!


@ James, My Internet at home is being switched over to Rogers. I may not have access to my E-mail for a couple days. Where I live has CRAP cell service or i’d text you dude. Just be patient and i’ll get you those cards you need. I’ll message ya asap! Anyone else who would like to e-mail me, feel free. I have 8 Duplicate Franchaise force, 6 Dupe Above the Ice and 4 Duplicate Platinums…LET’S MAKE SOME TRADES!!


I loved these packs. All the places in Halifax ran out pretty quick though I found. I was fortunate enough to pull an autographed Carey Price card from one of my first packs, and I also collected 100 of 100 on the website!


Good info, want to trade cards


@ James, I passed out watching the Canucks game last night and never made it on the laptop. I’ll send you a list of everything i’m wiilling to trade. I have about 250 Duplicates/Spares ranging anywhere from Core cards to Franchaise Force (I have 16 Andrew Hammonds if you like Cheeseburgs ha ha) Hopefully I can help you complete your base set and I’m pretty positive i can finish off your Shining Futures and Die Cuts no problem. I refuse to buy them as a set from anyone, takes the fun out of collecting! Plus it’s been ages since anything exciting has shown up in the mailbox!!


@Ryan – I sent an email to you earlier this evening, let me know what you need. I sent a list of my doubles, including the two Bryan Littles.


@ JK Hit me up man, i’m willing to trade with anyone!


@Ryan I have a Bryan Little card (only one though). What other cards do you need? I’m trying to trade a bunch of my cards for an Above the Ice card (or other stuff, we can negotiate). Let me know if you’re still interested, I can email you if so. Thanks. (I’m in Ontario btw) Oh and greats tips about buying packs from other people, thanks!


I’ve got a complete master set for sale. (172 cards)

Base set 1-100
Franchise Force 1-12
Platinum Profiles 1-12
Above the Ice 1-14
Shining Futures 1-12
Die-Cuts 1-15
Season Highkights 1-7

Best offer. Wouldn’t take less than $400


@ James. What do you need man? I have some decent Franchaise Force and Above the Ice duplicates. I also need another 18 cards (Another Bryan Little of course) to have two complete sets of the base 100. I’ll set this whole thing up through paypal if you want to sell, or just a straight up trade Via Snail Mail. I’m at work so I can’t E-mail atm, I can when I get home tonight. You comfortable giving your e-mail out on here? If not, mine is Rcolpitts88@hotmail.com. I never use my inbox unless i’m buying or selling something on that account, so spam doesn’t bother me. I’d LOVE to have a connection in BC, I’m literally the only Canucks fan on the east coast!!!!
Hope to trade with you soon dude!!


@Ryan – You need a Bryan Little base card? I’ve got you covered, all the way in BC. Email me? Not sure how this could work.


@ Angela- Would you sell half a case or 25 packs? if so, how far away from me are you? I live in Moncton NB.

@ Talha. You are absolutly correct, if you take the packs and put them on a 3 point or lower scale, the packs with FF cards do in fact weigh differently. kinda like you can press on the corners and tell if they have die cuts. I even watched a guy do a bending technique with a very tiny weight. packs that flex have no “Stiff” cards in them. The downfall is that you may be comprimising Valueable cards in the process. Just be careful buying anything online. It’s hard to guage something that you cannot hold at the moment of purchase. If you buy packs online, check the spine of the package first, some people are slitting them open and switching the inserts for core cards or checklists. Then sealing them back together with a heat gun. Hoping that when you open it, you dont notice. Anyway, enough from me. My final offer: 77 un-redeemed Packs (Online Codes) for one single Bryan Little card!….ANYONE?!



What is the guarantee that those 100 packs are not filtered already? Franchise Force Cards and some other subsets way a lot different than packs with just base cards


I have a box with 100 unopened cards, I know they are sold out everywhere, and I have been very lucky with the cards we ended up buying. Don’t need this last box, although I wonder if one of the 87 signed Sidney Crosby cards is within, but if you are interested in getting the 100 cards reply back and good luck everyone!


@ Dennis, Meet me at The Aulac Big Stop so I can Finish Mine? ha ha I do Have to go to Truro Saturday. Flag me down! :D

Dennis Jones
Dennis Jones

I collected a complete set of Tim Hortons hockey cards by purchasing packs at many different stores throughout Nova Scotia (I travel a lot). This included all of the subsets (Season Highlights checklists, die-cuts, Shining Futures, Above The Ice, Platinum Profiles, and Franchise Force). It was expensive but a lot of fun. I put together more than 8 additional partial sets as follows: Base cards 1-100, all checklists, all die-cuts, and all Shining Futures. For all the cards that I purchased, I only pulled one Official Winner Card – Alex Ovechkin Jersey Relics. I am still trying to figure out how to redeem this card. Hope there is a set to collect next year.

Paul Bennett
Paul Bennett

I buy at least 2 packs a day. I try to visit different timmies in my area. Seem to be getting a lot of doubles, triples and quadruples. Haven’t gotten a card I need in a week. Are there certain cards allotted to certain areas or provinces? At this rate would cost a small fortune to collect a full set complete with all of the sub sets. Definitely not geared for kids to collect.

Dom panetta
Dom panetta

Its all about the bottom line no more fun in collecting like the 1960’s.

It’s all about the profits and and not pricing the product of what a young boy could actual afford.


Ok lets crunch the numbers so you can all understand how many cards sets could possible me put together.

A minimum of 8,235,200 Card Packs will be produced for this Contest.

So in each pack on average 2 get 2 base cards and in parallel insert card but sometimes you will get 3 base cards

So we take the packs number 8,235,200 x 2 base cards =16,470,000 base cards
Now take that 16,470,000 divide by 100 cards per base set=164,700 possible sets that can be made up

For the inserts
Die-Cuts Set 15 cards. 1 in 3 packs.
so 8,235,200 divide by 3=2,745,066 cards then divide by 15 cards per set =183,004 possible sets

Season high set 7 cards 1 in 4 packs
so 8,235,200 divide by 4 =2,058,750 cards then divide by 7 cards per set =294,107 possible sets

Shining Futures Set 12 cards. 1 in 5 packs.
so 8,235,200 divide by 5=1,647,000 cards then divide by 12 cards per set =137,250 possible sets

Above the Ice Set 14 cards. 1 in 12 packs.
so 8,235,200 divide by 12=686,266 cards then divide by 14 cards per set = 49,019 possible sets

Platinum Profiles Set 12 cards. 1 in 18 packs.
so 8,235,200 divide by 18=457,511 cards then divide by 12 cards per set =38,125 possible sets

Franchise Force 3D Set 12 cards. 1 in 24 packs.
so 8,235,200 divide by 24 =343,133 cards then divide by 12 per set =28,594 possible sets

So 28,594 collectors or those who wish to collect all the cards will be successful in collecting all 172 cards base set and the Inserts as you can only put together complete masters sets 28,594 total…


Box has 100 packs and it cost 224.00


How much IS a box? And do people just buy them over the counter when they order coffee?


So the plague has finally hit my city. Cards are Sold out everywhere now and even the “Sneaky Tim’s” (one in both hospitals and the one on the golf course) are out. So, with that said…..I have a Nice Shiney Twoonie with your name on it…. if you have my Bryan Little card ;)


@ Todd I know what you mean man. I tried from day 1 to complete all my sets buying anywhere from 1-5 packs at a time. All my co-workers did was buy cases straight up. Takes the fun out of the collecting and makes it more dominated by greed. I can see the excitement of opening a pack and finding a signature or Jersey card. But i find going pack for pack is almost like Christmas morning everyday ha ha. There are people out there fighting tooth and nail for a Connor Mcdavid card. But, I was Just as Happy the day I opened My Franchaise Force Ryan Miller. I couldn’t care less about McDavid (Or the Oilers in General :D ) Not saying he isn’t a great player…but I don’t believe Edmonton is ready to make a huge impact yet. GO NUCKS!


They have been sold out in the St. John’s area for over a week now. Not a pack to be found, and we have over 25 Tim’s locations
It is ridiculous that people can go and buy full cases of products at once, even if they are paying the full 1.99 per pack !
Next year, if they do this promotion again, I can see a straight up limit per purchase being in effect. .99 per pack / limit of 3 per purchase. PERIOD.


Way overpriced just like McDonald ‘s cards.


I have a feeling the Patrick Kane #88 card went out by mistake. It’s not part of the 100 card virtual online set. I’m sure they stuffed in that completed 1st year card as it’s replacement because of his off ice issues.


Overpriced but awesome looking cards. We’ve been sold out everywhere in our city for a week.
People are driving across the province to buy cards in smaller communities hoping to finish their sets.
KIJIJI has become a great place to buy or trade. Saves all the crazy fees through eBay. You can check KIJIJI right across the country. People are organizing trading parties, selling complete sets.
I’m happy to say I just finished collecting the entire 172 card master set. :)


If A Platinum Profile John Tavres is so “Rare”, then why do i have 4? God I love Ebay ha ha ha


overpriced. needs a trading system in place


Exactly! Wait for the hype to die down and you will see whats worth what and whats left over.
I live in Moncton New Brunswick. We have a total of 42 Tim’s city wide (a Canadian Record I do believe) and they are worried about the abundance they have left. I would not be surprised to see them go on a liquidation (5 Per Beverage or maybe even straight up .99 cents). I need someone closer to me to trade me common cards. I’ve left it up to luck to get the bigger cards. I need 1 core to finish my set, 1 Platinum profile and one Die cut. Shining futures is the only set I have completed. Above The Ice and Franchaise Force are gonna be …fun :D


1 more note forgot to say here where I live Toronto thers almost a tims every 2km apart and I have called over 50 locations, after asking if they still have hockey packs the answer they give how many do you want but 1.99 for each pack.
So the packs are not selling as like the McDonalds Hockey Cards days where you would get 5 packs limit for 1 fries or drink or hash brown and they were 0.99 cents.

Tims hockey packs will not sell out so have patience once the online promotion is over you will be surprised how many you will be able to buy at a time at 0.99 per pack.

Also seems not too many south of the boarder collectors are buying the tims hockey packs online as they did with mcdonalds past years.


after reading all the posts here is some few good and bad details
Packs not worth 1.99 and some will be very disappointed once the online promotion is over you be able to get packs for 0.99 and buy as many as you like.

A case has 800 packs in it inside the case there are 8 sleeves and in each one you have 100 packs

Regarding why their is no Top NHL rookie card in the base set
Well for that rules have been since 2003-04 that a Rookie that has been drafted must play 1 NHL regular season game before a card can be produced/distributed inside hockey packs. this is why ther is no rookie card in the base set of Connor McDavid that’s is why you can a win a special card of him if you find the winner card inside the packs.

Out of the entire production of 9 million packs each tim hortons store has atleast 3 cases meaning each has 2400 packs or more pending region/location.

Plus the only money cards would be the winner cards if found in the packs plus the Franchise inserts thers only 4 cards per 100 pack sleeve so to make the set min you have to open 300 packs with out get doubles, cheaper do buy them online if you want instead of packs.


Although they are a great looking set, they are overpriced for 3 cards in a pack.
Drove around this morning trying to find cards to complete base set. Couldn’t find one store in the city that had any left.

Dave C
Dave C

How many sets in the series?


6 thousand dollars for 4 cases? Where did you get that from? we bought 4 cases here at the store. roughly $230 a case. The Tim’s in my town got 36 cases. Everyone should always be allowed to buy WAAAAAAAAY more than 1 at a time. I’ve been buying them 5 packs at a time every morning and on the way home from work. I’m just sick of all the duplicates, I need one damn card for a complete set. I live in a small community of about 2000 people, so i’ll more than likely have to Ebay it.

to Ryan above.
to Ryan above.

funny how you can get your hands on cases of them at once, but I am only allowed one pack at the reduced price of one dollar per coffee.
you no way paid 6 thousand dollars for 4 cases. again, just shows how much B.S. is involved for normal people to get hands on the sets.

hockey cards and codes
hockey cards and codes

I got 10 packs today,
opened them and tried to use the codes from the inside.
All said they had already been used, I find this B.S. as I just opened the packs
but then again they all had a lot of the same starting numbers so anyone could just keep putting in codes.
I’m done with this shit, not buying anymore.
just another scam to make more money for them.
ps.. 10 packs and all I got were base cards in all.

Answered all the questions I needed to ask I have a 100 card set almost 2 and getting pretty close to a master set also wondering if there are any kessel or Nash fans I have both jersey relics !


Have all 87 Signed Crosby cards been found?


@JK The cards are not available to the entire USA. some people are going nuts for them because it is a limited edition series. I remember on the day they were released, Kijiji had cards for $20-$100 each. now you are lucky to pull $20 for one. Cards I thought were uncommon (Franchaise Force Patrick Roy) are actually not that hard to come by (I have 3). Other than that, I think it may just be the hype of people trying to get rid of them before the real values are set in stone. Anybody having trouble finding common cards? I need 1 card to have the whole core set, My boss bought 2 cases, his son bought 1 and my co-worker bought 1. Between 4 cases, they got 1 Bryan Little card….The only one I need!


Has anyone else noticed that the numbering system is totally screwed up from what is posted on the Tim’s Horton’s site ?
Example: Platinum Profiles Patrick Roy is listed as being SS-105 on the website, but on the back of the actual card the number is SS-6. To make it even more confusing, on the back of the Season highlight checklist card, Patrick Roy platinum profiles is listed as PP-6 !

That is 3 different numbers for the same card, I am totally confused as to what the correct card numbers should be right now


Does anyone know why these cards are selling for so much money on eBay and COMC? A pack itself is $2 at most but even some of the base cards are selling for more than that.


I’ve already scratched it I just can’t figure out how to redeem it lol! Had I looked on ebay and noticed them all going for 300$+ I would not have scratched it!


Re: pin codes already redeemed … I’ve had this issue a couple times, waited till the next day, and the code worked fine. Odd, but there you go.
@alex – send me your Bouma redemption card, I’ll take care of it ;)


The cards are pricey, but beautifully done. I’ve managed to collect a complete base set, Shining Futures, Die Cuts, Season Highlights, and Above the Ice.
The Platinum Profiles and Franchise Force cards are much tougher to get.
These cards are reselling on eBay for crazy prices, some of the Franchise Force cards are nearing $40…for one!
I’ve heard many stores are now out of stock as people are buying whole boxes!!!
I love that they are only available in Canada.


Can someone plz explain to me how I redeem my Lance Bouma Autograph card?


My Boss has bought 2 entire cases and we sorted them all out. No redemption cards or anything big. But we did have 4 packs with only 2 cards in them. We saved the sleeves just incase. Is this just the machaine that places the inserts screwing up? (Gzz Machine…you had one job….ONE JOB…)


I read above JOHNNYs Review…Why would they only sell him ONE pack of Cards? That isn’t right, it’s $1.00 with a coffee, and $1.99 for each pack without. Geeeze I go and get 10 packs at a time. I am addicted now….UGH LOL Love the Cards, they are great. Just don’t know what to do, I have all 100 online, so when I open a pack, I think I am still suppose to punch in the CODE into the WEBSITE right?? I think it says that……anyone win anything that way? Because I have been entering the Codes and I could be giving them to my Friends little boy to complete his collection online……So can you win online with the Codes……..Still gonna buy them :)
PSwhy can’t I reply to anyone on this site :)


Have base set most inserts and Sidney Crosby jersey reics redemtion card


so much for the online digital version on time web site… that three pins i have entered have already been used… hmmm… someone using a code generator.


Having some fun with this set. Just pulled an Erik Karlsson Jersey Redemption card, so I’m happy about that.


How do you trade the online cards.? I have several doubles the settings is set to trade for 1 i need. They just sit there… No trades…help please.


I’ve been waiting for three days for the electronic trade ? Nothing has happened,


Nice cards but $2 for 3 cards..rather buy series cards and get 8 in a pack


Product looks amazing but I think in a few months price will drop significantly


@ James- Thanks for pointing that out man. Theo is one of the only PP’s i don’t have, so I never noticed. Randomly enough, I bought 2 packs today and each had an FF Patrick Roy. Two diff Tim’s locations, but still kind of random. 11 Core Cards away from my complete set…the hard way…like trading with children at my son’s daycare ;D


@Ryan re: Fiala plus/minus. I have noticed this elsewhere in the past, I don’t believe saying “plus-4” is an error. The Theo Fleury Platinum Profiles (SS-5) uses the same format to highlight his “plus-48” rating in 1990-91.

Sean l
Sean l

Great product easy to collect base set. cool online contest/giveaway . Cards seem to be selling at riduclous prices online. These cards are a great investment and fun to collect and I don’t even like hockey.


@Clint. I hit a dry spell of the FF cards recently. I have 2 Crosby’s and 2 Lemieux. I thought they were really common at the start. But 100 packs and Not even one?! gzzzzzz. I thought at the start the “Die Cuts” were the ones to grab up! Its starting to get crazy here at work. I traded A drive home at lunch and a large 2-2 for an ATI Steven Stamkos ha ha ;)

From my post above, anybody have then Fiala Card? Even My old coach seems to think this may be an error.


The website was kind of broken yesterday. Try entering the codes again today.


Nice cards but I also had a problem with most of the codes saying they were already used I bought the packs myself at times today and over 60% of codes wouldn’t work other than that like the cards would be nice if could get break on more than 1 pack per bev purchase but at least can also just buy for more


Opened 5 packs of cards today and every pin code I entered on line says it has been redeemed not impressed


Re: McDavid – NHL Rules stipulate an NHL player card can’t be printed as a “rookie card” until he’s played a game in the NHL. So, the redemption card will be considered a rookie card.

Bought 100 packs – still haven’t found a single Franchise Force card. What gives?


Great product, good looking set. Other companies charge $4+ a pack for only 5-7 cards, so the price of $1 (or $2) for 3 is OK. Has anyone else noticed the pattern though? Certain players jersey numbers correspond with their card number. Interesting set up … well done!


Also, as a side note… The “Shining futures” (Gold Cards). On the Back of Kevin Fiala’s card it has his stats from the World tournament. It says “Finishing with a plus -4”. It does not say with a plus/minus of 4 or +4 Is this an error? Or is this just a way of saying “Plus/Minus” on paper? to me it looks like it says he finished with a positive -4 (which i’m pretty sure is mathmaticly impossible!) If you lead your team with a Negative 4, those must have been some loooooong shifts staring at your own red light going off! thoughts?


Quick Survey! (My side)- Franchaise Force Crosby, Franchaise Force Lemieux vs. (trader) Franchaise Force Ryan Miller, Franchaise Force Bobby Ryan and an Above the Ice (AI) Miller….Fair Trade? (This would make me 1 away from having the complete Franchaise force set)

Jason Roy
Jason Roy

What is the year 1 card on the online set?. Card #100. Also they werent thinking straight when they priced these cards. 3 cards for $2 is a ripoff, just like tickets to go to a game. If there were only 100 cards to collect, it wouldnt be as bad, but when they add in 6 special sets, that makes almost impossible, or will cost over $500 to get every single card.


I don’t know what the protocol is… but I bought 3 packs, and the first pack I opened, only had two cards in it. when I went to tell them at the store… they simply gave me another pack, and I had to surrender the 2-card pack. I hope I wasn’t gyped out of something special because I gave up that pack. Thoughts??


If you buy beverages you get a 1 off. I bought 3 beverages today and 3 card packs, I got $3 dollars off.


On the online. I have a Tim Horton card to trade. I’m looking st cards I don’t have to trade for.
The very last card is a ” collect to win 1 year ” card. Anyone know what the point of this card is for and is it worth trading for ?


I must be missing something Jammer , the last thing on the checklist is 100 Michael Cammalleri – New Jersey Devils.

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

darren That is the last card in the base set. Under that is all the inserts and the very last thing is #1 NHL Draft Pick Redemption Card Set Checklist. This is the only McDavid card in the set.


darren, there is a McDavid redemption card. It’s the last thing mentioned on the checklist


No Connor Mcdavid !!! Whats the point for collectors then ???


Really dig this promo/set…anyone slamming the set criticising the value – it’s $1, come on. It sucks you can only buy 1 pack at at $1 at a time but there’s the obvious reasoning of this boosting sales. At $1 you can’t really go wrong plus there’s actually hits to get or even prizes online with the codes. I remember back in the day collecting McD’s sets and keep in mind this was before ebay! It was a lot of fun trading cards and attempting to complete the set. Good on Tim’s for jumping on this idea – I personally know it’s a hit when my father who is 65 and my nephew who is 3 are both collecting.


To pay 1.99 per 3 card pack is not worth it.
If you want a 100 card set buy it off ebay it will be cheaper 3 months from now
you have over 8 million packs produced so that’s a lot of cards
The only one that will carry a value will be the wine cards
Such as Autograph and Jersey cards and yes the Crosby card out of 87 recent sale on ebay $1500
But over all the packs are not worth paying 1.99 plus tax for 3 base cards that are only worth 5-10 cent per card.
As for those inserts yes at the start they have a demand in price for them and a few months later youl find online for real cheap prices…


Real Nice job UD




If you are buying these cards as an “investment” you might want to speak with a financial advisor lol

Any cards for that matter. Go get a tfsa.


I finally got my Tim Horton Common card! ha ha I’m only missing about 20 players to have the full set. Its been a long road buying them 2 packs at a time, but it will all be worth it in the end! This reminds me of the card craze Pokmon started when I was in High School :D


“A fantastic mother & son bonding”
My 8 yr old Loves everything about Hockey from watching the game on TV to playing the game on his WII.
So now we get to enjoy a morning Timmies coffee and open cards and collect.
Coffee 1.80
Pack of cards 1.00
The smile on my boys face FREE
The overall hype of excitement PRICELESS
Thanks Tim Hortons,
Great opening this season.


I bought a box and found a complete base set and a possible 2nd.

Bob Squires
Bob Squires

The good side about these cards I found is the overall design was cool . Nice looking base cards and inserts alike.. But the other side is the Price, your only allowed one pack for 99 cents !! Then it’s $1.99 (plus tax), kinda crazy.. Atleast when McDonalds had them, you could buy as many as you wanted for a buck each !! Plus it seems like there is an insert in every pack, which is nice, but guess there will be no big value in these.. Overall, a nice set to collect as a novelty , but no value if your buying as an investment !!


Having a coffee and opening a pack of hockey cards in the morning makes a nice start to my day.


Purchased 5 packs
Already have 2 base copies of Brian Gionta and Kyle Okposo :(


I have not opened a pack with a redemption card yet. I have spent around 300 dollars now. I love the cards. It is not as easy as you think to get the base set.
The bonus if you enter the pin # in the pack, you get entered for many draws, including a chance to see the All-Star game. I did get an instant prize doing this, a $25.00 gift card for Tim Hortons.


@ Morris- I had a pack with no insert as well yesterday…strangely enough it was all my team (Vancouver) Daniel, Henrik and Vrbata all in one pack ha ha

I have had 3 relatives that don’t collect cards tell me how much they enjoyed the set. One was kind enough to overnight me a pack. I was very impressed with the quality and overall design of the cards and strength of the checklist.


Started on day 1, bought 12 packs so far. 1 pack had no insert cards, which I guess happens, and the other 11 pulled: ATI Sidney Crosby, SH Gaudreau, Karlsson, Horvat (x2), SF Kevin Fiala, FF Ovechkin, TH Karlsson, Price, Parise, Ovechkin. I like the design, very nice cards. Happy to be collecting again.


Thanks Trey, kinda figured that. Oh well, still gunnin’ for the full set…Maybe a nice little jersey piece if lady luck likes hockey ;)


Are the Franchaise Force cards also quite common? I bought 2 packs today and I got another Crosby and the 2nd Pack Had Mario Lemieux. So now out of roughly the 7-8 packs i’ve bought i’ve got a “FF” in 3. Luck?

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Ryan Listed odds are 1:24 pack, so it depends on the collation. Since they come 100 packs to a box, it is possible you just pulled 3 of the 4 in that particular box. It is also possible the collation is off or the FF cards ended up being more common than 1:24.


I went to my local tim hortons and got my self 1 box (100packs) and an extra 30 packs cost me just under 300. There is no limit to how many you can buy you just have to pay 199 per pack. Managed to get the full set twice plus double. Also m only about 20 cards away from the master set not including relics and autos. Got plenty of sys and price insets. Best card I pulled was a HORNQVIST auto redemption.


Thanks Tim Hortons for restarting the tradition of offering Hockey Cards at the start of the season. The design and inserts are very eye-catching. I especially enjoy the electronic cards, on-line trading and ballots for prices. Well done!


Shocked that I have no spares yet and have purchased 8 packs so far. Insert card in each pack is nice but odd and questioning how common some will end up compared to the usual. Base set cards have a great design, I absolutely love it. Really happy with everything but the price for the three cards, but honestly, the cards haven’t disappointed yet!


Bought 3 packs on the opening day, pulled a Crosby Die-Cut and a Crosby Above the Ice. Not as good as getting the Sid-sig but hey, it’s a lucky day! Cards are good. Oh the coffee is good too (like always!)


Nice cards but poor promotion. You can only get 1 pack for $1 the others are all $1.99 each. If I want the set and I am the luckiest man in the world to get no doubles it would cost $67 plus tax !!! Thats nuts.


My Buddy got #2 of 87 in the Crosby signed cards….FIRST TRY THIS MORNING…Grrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!


I spent 70 minutes this morning trying to get Tim Horton packs
I went to 4 locations, 3 locations had no idea what I was talking about.
The last location sort of knew what I was talking about, lady went to the back to go find a manager and get the packs. Took 15 minutes

I asked for 35 packs. They would not sell it to me. They would only give me ONE pack.
I Told them I’m not wasting another 70-minute-morning to buy only 1 pack

I may not take part in this Tim’s Promo anymore. I was excited and told everyone knew about it.
Now, its just a nightmare

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