T-Mobile and Sprint customers can #GetThanked every week! Get free stuff and great deals from brands you love—from food, fashion, and entertainment to everyday essentials.
Check the app on Tuesday to find something new, enjoy returning favorites, or maybe even enter for a chance to win something really epic. It’s our way of thanking you just for being a customer. To be eligible, you must be on a qualifying Sprint or T-Mobile rate plan.
The latest version features the ability to receive occasional local bonus offers. Turn on your location services within the app settings so you can #GetThanked with deals in your area.
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T-Mobile Tuesday’s are Great!
I always loved the magazine subscriptions and branded T-Mobile items. Some deals are useful some aren’t. But either way it’s free and that’s nice especially when it’s not necessary for a phone company to give you free non phone deals. Anyways a previous review mentioned the lack of T-Mobile branded items as of late. I’m pretty sure that’s due to Covid and the fact that many regions were in shutdown so T-Mobile couldn’t have customers coming into the store. Anyways they have branded items again. Last week was a branded face mask. I’ve had T-Mobile for years not every week is a branded item. Also that previous review from another customer mentioned Verizon having local deals of some sort I can almost confirm those are taken from Groupon. So that’s kinda lame. Anyways the only coupon that often is anyways on the site of the coupon offered is Shutterfly. I really enjoy T-Mobile Tuesday’s. Happy T-Mobile Tuesday everyone!
Not what it used to be... 😞
I won’t rehash in detail what numerous others have said, but it’s a shame T-Mobile has reduced their Tuesdays app to what it is now...little more than a coupon app for a couple of dollar discounts or perhaps a free movie rental. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the freebie offers as much as anyone even if I’m not going to get a donut. What is missing is the somewhat entertaining mini games and at least a chance to win some real prizes via interactivity with the app. This was given just for being a T-Mobile customer. It was T-Mo’s way of saying “thanks” and just the opportunity of giveaways along with the little freebies was novel and another first by T-Mo. Unfortunately, that’s now gone and the chance of winning something requires your participation in their marketing via your personal social channels. That’s not saying thanks for being a customer; it’s thanks for helping us with publicity...something all together different. That’s fine to offer, but don’t replace one with the other or the original intent is completely lost. I also appreciate T-Mo’s Kickback per line for lower data usage and paying for Netflix, things also novel in the industry now being copied by others. T-Mo: please bring back the games and opportunities for all your customers to win without asking more marketing. Give people an extra chance to play if they help market, but don’t restrict it only to those who are willing. Remember your roots!
Free stuff is great...
Just an FYI for anyone looking at this for relevant, recent information, in the App Store this app shows an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars. In the month of August 2020, there were 81 total reviews written for the app, and the average of those written reviews is 2.01 out of 5 stars. That might get you an indication of real user experience.
I have had this app for about 2 months now, and although free stuff in general is a good thing, as mentioned before, some of the giveaways are useful, some aren’t really. New things are presented every week, and every week there’s an issue with one of the giveaways. One week it was food at Popeyes, only you had to order online, and to stop people from getting free food, individual Popeyes franchise owners turned off online ordering and many refused to honor the deal. I’ve run into issues and errors playing the games that are offered 4 of the 8 weeks I have had the app. Much of the “giveaways” that are offered are just standardized discounts for retail goods. Some are just an advertisement for travel booking companies (there’s no real offer to redeem, it’s just “save up to 40% on hotels by booking with...” from what I have heard, this used to be a really great feature to being a t-mobile customer. I haven’t gotten anything really beneficial out of it outside of a couple redbox 1 night rentals.
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