Next round of T-Mobile Tuesdays offers will keep you cool and entertained

Next round of T-Mobile Tuesdays offers will keep you cool and entertained
Apart from limited-time special offers allowing network switchers to get a free iPhone XR or deeply discounted XS/XS Max, T-Mobile is looking to thank its devoted customers with a slew of generous and diverse perks next Tuesday, just like every single week.

While there's no headlining freebie this time around, the list of T-Mobile Tuesdays promotions to be made available on July 16 is decidedly enticing, covering several different areas of interest where the "Un-carrier's" subscribers can routinely score nice gifts and discounts all year long. In the entertainment department, for instance, you're looking at a decent $5 taken off a movie of your choice at Atom Tickets, as well as no fees. 

Although that's not necessarily better than $4 ticket deals offered in the past, the good thing is you're not forced to see a certain movie to score this $5 discount. Meanwhile, in the sweets and treats category, T-Mo customers will have a $2 promo card waiting for them in the official Tuesdays app that they can use towards some delicious Baskin-Robbins ice cream. 

That sounds like a pretty great way to cool down after scarfing out on your latest complimentary Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Taco from Taco Bell, which you can follow up with a trip to the nearest gas station and get $0.10 off per gallon at Shell. Last but certainly not least, you can look forward to a fresh batch of exclusive MLB ticket deals, which will be available throughout the summer. Now let's hope the Sprint merger, if it's ever approved and finalized, won't impact T-Mobile's generosity when it comes to regularly thanking and rewarding subscribers.

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