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Check out next week's T-Mobile Tuesday giveaways and prizes

Check out next week's T-Mobile Tuesday giveaways and prizes
Ready to discover the giveaways and prizes for this coming week's T-Mobile Tuesday? First, T-Mobile subscribers will get the chance to scan HotelStorm's list of discounted hotels. On average, you can save 25% on the price of a room using Hotel Storm. In the mood for a movie? How about a free movie? Rent or purchase one starting on Tuesday at no cost (up to $5.50 value) from Vudu. The carrier's subscribers will also receive a free 1-year subscription to Glamour or Teen Vogue. In addition, starting on Tuesday you can snap a photo, download the Walgreen's app, and order 10 free prints that are free, thanks to T-Mobile.

For the weekly contest, there will be two Grand Prize winners. Both will receive a $1,000 gift card good at any SpaFinder location. They will also receive a $500 gift card to The latter is an online retailer that sells menswear and womenswear. The prize includes a check for $640 that the winners can use to pay taxes, or to use at their own discretion. Five First Prize winners will win a pair of Beats headphones, and Two Hundred Second Prize winners get a $25 Sephora Gift Card.

Overall, the contest will have 207 winners receiving prizes valued at a total of $10,030. That is a bit on the light side for T-Mobile's weekly contest. The good news is that whenever the contest prizes drop down this low in value, the following week there are some prizes worth mega-bucks. We will wait to see if this pattern holds up with the following week's contest.

source: T-Mobile

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