This is what T-Mobile subscribers are getting this Tuesday

This is what T-Mobile subscribers are getting this Tuesday
Every Tuesday, T-Mobile gives away a number of freebies to its subscribers for what is now known as T-Mobile Tuesdays. Last week, customers received a free $5 appetizer from Red Robin and a $12 credit from retailer The Grommet. They were also entered into a contest to win as many as 26 gift cards worth $100 at The Grommet in order to spread some holiday cheer.

So what's up for this Tuesday? Well, how about a free movie rental from FandangoNOW. With over 40,000 movies to pick from, you're bound to find one that you'll love. You can also save as much as $5 on gasoline from Shell. That works out to a savings of 25 cents per gallon on up to 20 gallons. And you might want to use that gas and drive over to Wendy's to pick up your free small Frosty.

Wait! There's more. How about a free $10 Spa & Wellness eGiftCard that can help get rid of the stress that permeates every cell in your body by the time Friday evening rolls around. Use the card to save $10 at a participating spa near you.

The grand prize winner for the weekly contest will receive a $2,000 Spa & Wellness gift card from Spa Week, plus a luxury spa gift basket. Inside the basket will be a Calvin Klein Deep Euphoria fragrance set, Decléor Aroma Body Svelt set, Sabon Wonderland Kit, Eminence Skin System, and a Plush Necessities robe. There also will be an $1,134 check to cover taxes. First prize winners (there will be 25 of them) receive a $200 Spa & Wellness gift card, and 200 second prize winners will receive a $25 Spa & Wellness gift card.


source: T-Mobile via TMONews

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