Next Tuesday, win one of 51 Xbox One S consoles being awarded as prizes by T-Mobile

Next Tuesday, win one of 51 Xbox One S consoles being awarded as prizes by T-Mobile
Next Tuesday, T-Mobile is giving away one free video game for overnight use from Redbox. Pick your favorite gaming platform, and Redbox should have the game you want. Subscribers to the nation's third largest carrier will also receive two free months of deliveries firm Boxed Bold. This is a service that delivers household items and food in bulk. Members earn 3% back in cash rewards and receive free standard shipping. And with Mother's Day coming up a week from this Sunday, T-Mobile subscribers get to take 30% off an order placed with

As nice are the freebies are, this week it is all about the contest. One Grand Prize winner will get an Xbox One S console. This is not just any console; this one features the T-Mobile logo and is colored magenta. It is the sort of thing that you'd probably find John Legere using in his home after a tough day fighting the duopoly and erasing customers' pain points. But there is more. Oh yes, there's more.

The same Grand Prize winner will be using his/her new console with the brand new 65-inch Samsung 4K television that is part of the booty. And since game consoles require games to play, the winner will also receive codes allowing him/her to download a collection of games including Halo Wars 2, Gears of War 4 and Forza Horizon 3; the prize package also includes a year of Xbox Live, and a check in the amount of $2,140 that can be used at the winner's discretion (paying off the taxes on this package might be a good idea).

Fifty First Prize winners will receive a T-Mobile Xbox One S console, the codes for three games (Halo Wars 2, Gears of War 4, and Forza Horizon 3) and a year of Xbox Live. And One Hundred Second Prize winners receive a year of Xbox Live and a magenta colored  Xbox controller featuring the T-Mobile logo.

All together, this coming Tuesday's contest has 151 prizes valued at $52,140. Good luck!

source: T-Mobile

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