Next Tuesday, T-Mobile subscribers get three months of free SiriusXM and more

Next Tuesday, T-Mobile subscribers get three months of free SiriusXM and more
Next Tuesday, T-Mobile subscribers will be picking up some cool freebies thanks to the weekly T-Mobile Tuesday promotion that is now over two-years old. Unlike last week, there is a sweepstakes that can be entered by existing T-Mobile customers. Even those who are subscribers of other wireless providers, or don't use a wireless device at all, are welcome to enter the sweepstakes.

This coming Tuesday, T-Mobile subscribers can use the T-Mobile Tuesdays app to claim the following freebies:

  • Free Red Bull.
  • Discount on Shell gasoline.
  • $2 card for Baskin-Robbins.
  • Three months free SiriusXM streaming.
  • $5 off any movie ticket from Atom (can be used anytime this month).
As for the sweepstakes, two first prize winners will receive a year's supply of Red Bull. That means the winners receive one case of 24 cans a month over 12 months. Five second prize winners will receive a free 24 can case of Red Bull each month for six months. Ten third prize winners will be sent one case containing 24 cans of Red Bull. The 17 prizes have a retail value of $1,664.

T-Mobile subscribers can enter the contest through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app, and non-subscribers can enter by directing their browser to amoe.t-mobiletuesdays.com to receive one game play.

source: T-Mobile

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2 Comments

1. Huh101

Posts: 20; Member since: Feb 10, 2017

Don't do the Sirius Subscription. Those f#ckers will harass you for years afterwards if you don't renew.

2. DurTeeDee

Posts: 151; Member since: Sep 05, 2014

He beat me to it get three months free and calls every other week asking for your money with deals? If you do it ask them to put you on the do not call list

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