Did you roll up your rim and not find anything? That's what's been happening to people in Newfoundland and Labrador during this round of Tim Hortons' Roll Up the Rim to Win contest.
Instead of finding out whether they won a prize or not, a few Tims customers aren't getting any messages at all.
It doesn't look like Tim Hortons has released an official statement about this yet, but a representative told CBC News that the printing error only happened to "Please play again" cups distributed throughout Alberta and Atlantic Canada. So if you got a misprint and you're hoping it'll lead to a new car, try again.
@TimHortons 0 for 2 on any message at all on my Roll Up cups today. Methinks you need to contact your printers. pic.twitter.com/Tj3CkcIIuV
— Console Culture (@ConsoleCulture) February 12, 2018
No one's quite sure how many cups have been affected, but anyone who draws a blank can go to a Tim Hortons location and get a free replacement cup filled with a hot beverage.