Next Week's T-Mobile Tuesdays includes dinner and dessert

Even though the weekend is staring us right in the face, there is no reason why we can't look ahead and see what goodies T-Mobile is giving away with this coming week's T-Mobile Tuesdays. We can tell you that dinner and desert will be part of the carrier's giveaways starting on November 7th. You'll get $3 off any Panda Express order above $5, and there is a BOGO deal for a Baskin Robbins cone. Chinese fast food and ice cream. Sounds like heaven to us.

Other deals include $10 off a purchase from furnishings chain Pier 1 Imports, $30 off at greeting cards company Paper Culture, and 40 percent off at Modcloth. The online purveyor of indie and vintage women's clothing is offering free shipping to members of T-Mobile Tuesdays. And a discount for Shell gas is also included.

As far as the weekly contest is concerned, one grand prize winner will get to attend the 2017 American Music Awards on November 19th. The prize includes two tickets to the event in Los Angeles, two round trip airline tickets, two nights lodging in a hotel, and tickets for the party on the Red Carpet. T-Mobile will also give the winner $500 in spending money and a check for $2,915 to cover taxes.

Five first prize winners will receive the HTC Vive VR system. Twenty Five second prize winners will get the new HTC U11 Life mid-range handset. Good luck!

source: TMONews

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U11 life
  • Display 5.2 inches 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 16 MP (Single camera) 16 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 3GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 2600 mAh
  • OS Android 9.0 Pie HTC Sense UI

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