Next T-Mobile Tuesdays freebie is Pride-themed, coming alongside OnePlus 7 Pro raffle

Next T-Mobile Tuesdays freebie is Pride-themed, coming alongside OnePlus 7 Pro raffle
Pride Month is almost over, and even though T-Mobile didn't join the likes of Microsoft or Apple in selling any limited edition, rainbow-colored gadgets or accessories, the "Un-carrier's" customers will get a last-minute chance to show their support for the LGBT community.

Yet another cool freebie will be offered as part of the next batch of T-Mobile Tuesdays gifts and discounts on June 25, and Pride-inspired company logo aside, this should go together nicely with the complimentary BBQ spatula that kicked off summer. As usual, all you'll have to do is open the T-Mobile Tuesdays app and claim your gratis magenta collapsible water bottle with a nifty carabiner in tow.

Of course, this is just one of several deals in the pipeline, with a massive 40 percent discount and free shipping on Reebok purchases also heading your way simply for being a devoted T-Mo subscriber. Redbox's popular 1-night disc rental freebie is returning for a repeat showing next week, along with your last chance to score a gratis Dunkin' medium latte.

Other recurrent special offers include $0.10 off per gallon of Shell gas and a free Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Taco from Taco Bell, the latter of which will expire soon as well. Last but by no means least, you'll get the opportunity to win a OnePlus 7 Pro next Tuesday... without doing much. Just enter the latest raffle and keep your fingers crossed. T-Mo doesn't have a single grand prize either, but a whopping 20 new OnePlus 7 Pro units waiting to be claimed by speed-addicted customers.


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