It's been a while since we last discussed the T-Mobile Tuesdays program
, which used to be one of the "Un-carrier's" biggest competitive advantages over Verizon and AT&T, and on a seemingly unrelated note, it's also been a while since Hollywood last had a legitimate box-office hit.
The latter part is obviously closely related to the still-ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which initially shut down theaters while continuing to keep moviegoers away even after returning to (semi) normal operations. But the next installment in the cinematic Spider-Man saga will not be available online anytime soon (at least not officially), and thanks to the introduction of a juicy multiverse concept, early enthusiasm appears to be reaching pre-COVID levels.
In fact, interest is so high that premiere tickets were listed on eBay for absolutely insane four and even five-digit prices last week after the very first screenings in many parts of the country were sold out. Of course, we have no idea if anyone actually coughed up $2,000, $5,000, or $10,000 for a chance to be among the first in the world to check out the latest Marvel action, but if you resisted the temptation of (foolishly) spending a small fortune that way, you'll be able to make a great deal on December 14.
That's right, Spider-Man: No Way Home will be the next title for which T-Mobile
customers can get $4 tix in partnership with Atom. That's 4 bucks with zero zeroes after it, and all you need to do to score that cool bargain is follow the instructions in the official T-Mobile Tuesdays app next week.
Obviously, you won't get bragging rights over your friends who've been quick to secure their access to the earliest No Way Home viewings in your area, but if you can avoid spoilers, you'll probably be entertained either way... without having to sell a kidney.
The movie opens nationwide on December 17, and of course, the T-Mobile Tuesdays program will also include
a bunch of other perks and freebies three days earlier. We're talking a complimentary Gopuff ice cream with $10.95 and up purchases, a free Wendy's breakfast sandwich with no strings attached whatsoever, as well as a number of deals that are available every week, like $0.10 off per gallon of Shell gas, up to 40 percent off Booking.com hotel reservations, and up to 40 percent discounts on RentalCars.com.
Because today happens to be a Tuesday as well, we should also highlight some of the offers available right now, like 40 percent Puma discounts, free Shutterfly calendars, and free Herst 1-year magazine subscriptions. No wonder we're almost never talking about these promotions anymore, eh?