Win an "epic" prize from T-Mobile; one big prize is being given away each hour until midnight EDT

Win an "epic" prize from T-Mobile; one big prize is being given away each hour until midnight EDT
T-Mobile Tuesdays is celebrating its first aqnniversary, and subscribers who open the T-Mobile Tuesdays app can score a free T-Mobile trucker hat, 25 cents a gallon off Shell gasoline, and two free movie or game rentals from that big box in your supermarket that is branded Redbox. In addition, T-Mobile subscribers will also get the opportunity to get a BOGO Sundae deal for just 99 cents from Baskin-Robbins.

For the weekly contest, one person will win the Grand Prize which is a year of ice cream from Baskin-Robbins. One Hundred First Prize winners will receive an LG G6 (!!!). Five Thousand Second Prize winners get a $25 coupon for Lyft, and two Hundred Fifty Thousand Third Prize winners will be given ten 4" x 6" photos from Walgreens. This week's contests feature 255,101 prizes valued at $917,060.

But wait, there is more! Every hour until 12 midnight EDT today, T-Mobile is giving away prizes on its Twitter account which goes by the handle @TMobile. All you need to do is answer fun facts in order to win. Some of the prizes already given out include a $1,000 Vudu code, a $1,000 Papa Johns Pizza gift card and a $1,500 gift card to spend any way you want at the Official MLB online store. It's not too late to win a big time prize, and you don't have to be a T-Mobile subscriber to play!

The regular weekly freebies and contest prizes can be perused by clicking on the slideshow below. If you want a shot at what T-Mobile is calling "epic" prizes, head over to the carrier's Twitter page now. Just click on this link.

source: T-Mobile


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