Starting next week, T-Mobile customers get three free months of Pandora Premium

Starting next week, T-Mobile customers get three free months of Pandora Premium
Last week we told you that as part of T-Mobile's reward program, this Tuesday its customers can score a free Impossible Whopper from Burger King. These are beefless plant-based patties dressed up as a traditional Whopper. We will get to the rest of the giveaways and discounts available with this upcoming week's T-Mobile Tuesdays. But first, T-Mobile does have a new sweepstakes you can enter, and no, the iPhone 11 Pro is not the prize although it has the same value.

You can submit a sweepstakes entry starting at 5 am EDT on Tuesday, September 24th running through 11:59 pm EDT on Monday, September 30th. T-Mobile customers can enter through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app (iOS, Android) while others can enter from this website (amoe.t-mobiletuesdays.com) during the aforementioned time period. Before being allowed to submit an entry, both customers and non-customers must watch a short video and find two or more hidden items. An additional entry is given to those who share info about the sweepstakes on Twitter.

There will be just one Grand Prize winner who will receive a $1,000 Atom Tickets Movie Credit. And to pay the taxes (or to buy a large popcorn, a box of Junior Mints and a Coke), the winner will also receive a check for $428.

Besides the free Impossible Whopper from Burger King, the rest of this coming Tuesday's rewards include:

  • 10 free 4x6  prints from Walgreen's photo department.
  • Three free months of Pandora Premium (a $29.97 value).
  • One free item from Taco Bell.
  • Up to 40% off hotel rooms from Bookings.com.
  • Reserved tickets to the Jonas Brothers tour from Live Nation.
  • Exclusive tickets to the Austin City Limits music festival.
  • 10 cents off a gallon of gas at Shell.
These rewards can be claimed from the T-Mobile Tuesdays app.

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1 Comment

1. torr310

Posts: 1674; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

I don't use Pandora... tried it few years ago on Android and didn't like it. The iOS version of Pandora was better.

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