This coming week's T-Mobile Tuesday is for coffee-fueled caffeine fiends

This coming week's T-Mobile Tuesday is for coffee-fueled caffeine fiends
T-Mobile Tuesday will be here again soon, and this coming week's freebies will feed your caffeine addiction and your hunger. A $2 Dunkin' Donuts promo card can be used to take $2 off coffee, donuts or anything else that is served at your local store. Additionally, this Tuesday only, you can buy one movie ticket for just $2, thanks to Fandango. Lastly, find a local dining and entertainment deal from the Groupon app and you can take 30% off the purchase price, up to a savings of $40.

Now, it is time to tell you what the contest prizes are this week. Two Grand Prize Winners will each receive one year of Dunkin' Donuts gift cards valued at $560. The prize is based on the consumption of five large hot coffees each week (priced at $2.15 each). Fifty First Prize Winners will get half a year's worth of Dunkin' Donuts gift cards valued at $280. Three Hundred second prize winners will be sent one month's worth of Dunkin' Donuts gift cards valued at $50.

Overall, 352 prizes will be given out. All together, the value of the prizes in the contest portion of this upcoming week's T-Mobile Tuesday equals $30,120. Good luck!


source: T-Mobile

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3 Comments

1. PSAfromThisGuy

Posts: 146; Member since: Jan 16, 2017

Why don't they give their customers 911 reliability instead? Fix your issues instead of bribing your customers to stay with you T-Mobile...

2. talon95

Posts: 1002; Member since: Jul 31, 2012

Are you on T-Mobile? I'll take the coffee and movie along with working 911. I love the perks, has never felt like a bribe.

4. mikehunta727 unregistered

Dallas reported that it was not T mobiles fault BTW if that's what your talking about

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