Tim Hortons' Valentine's Day 2020 doughnut deals mean you can score a free treat.

You Can Get A Free Doughnut From Tim Hortons On Valentine's Day

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Whether you're boo'd up or planning to spend Feb. 14 solo, ringing in the holiday of love with something sweet in hand is something that anyone can get on board with. Luckily, Tim Hortons' Valentine's Day 2020 deals mean you can ring in the festivities with one of the chain's V-Day doughnuts for free. Here's how to score the heart-shaped treat on the house.

If you've visited a Tim Hortons location anytime since Feb. 5, chances are that you've seen the Canada-based company's lineup of impossibly 'Gram-worthy heart-shaped doughnuts. While supplies last, you can choose between a vanilla fondant-dipped creation topped with sprinkles and filled with a rich Venetian cream filling or a chocolate version layered with pink frosting depending on your preference, and each looks more delicious than the next.

Tim Hortons is also upping the ante on Friday, Feb. 14 by giving away some free doughnuts. Here's the deal. Anytime between 2 p.m. and closing time on Valentine's Day, customers can head to their closest participating location and enjoy a free heart-shaped confection with the purchase of any beverage. Whether you're looking to sweeten up your afternoon coffee run or lean into warm-weather vibes with a fruit smoothie, you'll have your choice of doughnut to go along with your beverage.

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A couple things to keep in mind: The deal does exclude espresso shots and is only eligible in U.S. locations. In addition, the promotion will be going until midnight on Feb. 14 for 24-hour Tim Hortons locations, so make sure to plan your coffee and doughnut run before then.

Unfortunately, the season of love will be coming to a close in just a few days, so take full advantage of the holiday's treat-yo'-self vibes until then by eating as many heart-shaped foods as possible and scheduling an afternoon date with a free doughnut and your beverage of choice for when Feb. 14 does come around.

Editor's Note: This article was updated on Feb. 11 to reflect the most current drink requirements for the Valentine's Day deal.

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