New T-Mobile Tuesdays partners announced, next week’s gifts include free Subway sandwich

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You’ll soon be seeing some new names when you open your T-Mobile Tuesdays apps to claim your gifts, as several new partners have joined the program.

T-Mobile today revealed that Buffalo Wild Wings, PetSmart, Subway, and Shell at joining T-Mobile Tuesdays. We saw Shell take part in this most recent T-Mobile Tuesday, offering a $0.25 discount on a gallon of gas, and next week Subway will be joining in on the action.

The T-Mobile Tuesday gifts for Sept. 6 will include a free 6-inch Oven Roasted Chicken sub from Subway, while supplies last. You’ll also get a free VUDU movie rental and a free $15 Lyft credit.

Next week’s grand prize winner will receive a $450 Subway gift card that will expire on Feb. 15, 2017. Meanwhile, 50 first prize winners will get a Subway-catered party for up to 25 people that will include one six-foot sub, 25 bags of chips, 25 bottled drinks, and a cookie platter.

Finally, 100 second prize winners will receive two sandwich platters and one cookie platter.

Rounding out the T-Mobile Tuesdays news is word from John Legere that T-Mo has given out more than 14 million gifts to over 4 million customers. The first T-Mobile Tuesday was on June 7.

Sources: T-Mobile (1), (2)

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  • Tim

    I wonder how many subways are actually going to participate in this…

    • tranceformer978

      And the ones that do participate will probably limit how many they’ll give a way. Subway for breakfast.

      • Malkuth

        They will scream Uncle and stop after the fist week. I’m looking at you pizza place!

        • SirStephenH

          Dominos lasted two weeks. But yeah, I don’t see Subway going past one week either.

  • Guest

    The Oven Roasted Frozen Boiled Processed Farmed Mistreated Chicken is a good pick. Enjoy.

    Be thankful and nice and don’t forget to leave a tip.

    • kbiel

      Yes. Everything is awful. Shell kills baby seals with climate change, PetSmart sells puppy mill puppies, BWW sells GMO potatoes, VUDU sells fantasies portrayed by exploited actresses, and Lyft exploits low-income people to destroy union taxi jobs. Did I get them all?

      • Malkuth

        I’m pretty sure PetSmart deals in Shelter dogs. The ones I have been to in Georgia do anyway.

        • kbiel

          If they don’t deal in puppy mill puppies then they are doing something else nefarious because they are a big corporation and everything is awful.

        • Malkuth

          Orphaned children making pet clothing in sweat shops?

        • kbiel

          That’s the spirit! ;)

        • SirStephenH

          Dog in the dog chow?

        • kbiel

          They have do something with the pets that no one buys.

        • SirStephenH

          Yeah. They deal in shelter dogs and cats, at least in Washington state. I’m pretty sure it’s a national policy though.

        • kbiel

          Then they pollute the environment with pet waste because everything is awful.

      • Guest

        Shell killing baby seals with climate change!? I’m not sure, maybe polar bears, who knows. But what they do in Nigeria is not nice. The others I don’t know.

        • kbiel

          Then get creative because everything is awful.

        • gmo8492

          No, with oil spills bruh.

        • Guest

          Maybe, but he said “with climate change”, a fallacious argument of course, I was just playing along.

    • Acdc1a

      …wait…you’re going to eat it and you’re concerned it was mistreated? Are you listening to yourself?

      • Guest

        I don’t know. I’m more concerned of how the chicken remains were processed, what parts they used and how they bleached them. I don’t think the boiling makes the patties white.

  • Malkuth

    I’m noticing a trend with Vudu. Fewer and fewer titles available for rent. I attempted to use my credit this week and every movie I tried to use it for turned out to be purchase only. I gave up and found other things to do. No Shell stations near me, no Lyft service near me, The closest PetSmart is an hour away. T-Mobile Tuesdays are great for people who live in a large town, not so much for us small town people.

    • Walt

      Kinda like t mobile coverage. Only works in the big cities

      • Malkuth

        Works great in my small town neck of the woods. I work for the state and have to travel to some remote areas at times. I find the my T-Mobile phone works in most of the places that my state issued Verizon does not. My T-Mobile data connection is more reliable than my Comcast internet connection at my house. I have had to tether to my phone for a stable connection many times.

    • Adam

      I used my Vudu credit to watch Tangerine. While not a first run movie, I was impressed it was done with $100K and a few cellphones.

    • kev2684

      Theory of Everything
      Ouija
      Lords of Salem
      RIPD

      All available to own $4.99 at HDX

      or get Game of Thrones $3.99 per episode. I have 2 lines and the second one is now dedicated to buying Season 5. It will be complete next week. Season 6 is my next target

      • thepanttherlady

        I like your taste in movies! :)

      • Malkuth

        I’ve watched them already

    • SirStephenH

      Huh? Every title that you can buy, you can rent. But I don’t care anyways. Why rent a movie once when you can often own a movie for a couple dollars more? I personally hit up the $4.99 weekly or $6.99 monthly purchase deals.

      • Malkuth

        I depends on the agreement that they have with the studio. Not all titles can be rented and some have to be out for a certain period of time before they make them available for rent.

  • Adam

    I needed gas Tuesday, so I stopped at Shell. It was $2.79 a gallon. I looked across the street to find $2.27.

    • kev2684

      YMMV. Got 4 codes yesterday and it was $2.19 everywhere within 3 miles $2.29 at Sunoco so $1.19/gal was great. Try Gasbuddy next time

    • Acdc1a

      Gas at Shell was the same $2.26 here as at any other station. Filled up my Expedition EL at $2.01 per gallon. Saved the whole $5 I was promised.

    • #Broken EMMAtaining The Boss!

      I needed Gas on Tuesday too, the Shell closest to my job was $2.45. But the Shell directly across the hwy was $2.37. Got my total to $15 bucks.

  • noh1bvisas

    i almost joined the tuesday thing, until i read the privacy statement – or LACK of privacy statement.

    • Fabian

      Where there is a Privacy Policy, there is no privacy for sure.

      • SirStephenH

        Yep. Privacy policies are usually there to tell you how they’re going to invade your privacy.

    • Acdc1a

      So you believe in a truly free lunch? That’s funny!

      • noh1bvisas

        no. i value my privacy.

    • Android_God

      Ya, this is all a ploy and the NSA hopes that YOU rent a movie so they can begin monitoring your every move

      • noh1bvisas

        ah, no, but they do give out your personal info.

      • SirStephenH

        That’s is a pretty round about way to target noh1bvisas. They probably get more information from the satellite tasked to his house.

  • steveb944

    Well that’s not cool. I’m a pescetarian so no free sub for me. I’m sure the veggie option would have been cheaper for the bottom line.

    • Priest Vallon

      So get it without the chicken you lib-tard

      • steveb944

        Veggie patty captain oblivious.

    • Acdc1a

      Order it and give the chicken to someone else. Damn! How hard was that to think up?

      • steveb944

        I meant veggie patty. But thanks for assuming.

        • Acdc1a

          I sure as sh*t wouldn’t eat that “veggie patty.”

        • steveb944

          Well enjoy that ‘chicken’.

        • Android_God

          Oh dear God you’re one of those, afraid of all of our food people, aren’t you?

        • steveb944

          No, did I say I was? I used to eat everything not too long ago. But apparently everyone is afraid of the food I eat tho.

        • Android_God

          I don’t believe they even offer a veggie patty option. Were you hoping that because of T-Mobile that they would create a veggie patty for you?

        • steveb944

          They do carry it, I would know.

    • Guest

      Tell them to hold the chicken and the cheese and maybe the veggies too since these days you don’t know how they were handled.

      • steveb944

        The latter is definitely true.

    • kbiel

      Won’t you think of all the poor aquatic creatures who have to be tortured and killed for you?

      • steveb944

        I did, but I would have to take omega 3 capsules anyway. At least it’s sparingly.

  • douglas futrell

    I use the vudu credit to buy the $4.99 weekly deals or the $6.99 monthly deals if they are better. Screw the rental option

    • Android_God

      That’s a great idea! Thanks!

    • SirStephenH

      Same here. I sometimes hit up the $15 or less bundles too. Sometimes you’ll see a good $9.99 bundle. Our movie collection has grown greatly since T-Mobile started giving out VUDU credit.

  • jj201367

    Awesome can’t wait

  • steveb944

    Someone’s alternative dietary choice doesn’t make someone homosexual. But great perspective on narrow minded thinking.

  • Android_God

    So far we’ve used many of the Lyft credits, two of the Vudu rentals, and we collectively used the $13 in free tickets to see Suicide Squad. A rough estimate puts our savings at $97! I’m sure others out there have saved even more. We’ve missed several of the Lyft and Vudu rental credits due to not using them in time.

  • Android_God

    That’s interesting that this conversation had nothing to do with homosexuality yet you went there in .3 seconds? I hope you spring out of your closet door soon

    • thepanttherlady

      Comment deleted. There is no tolerance for comments like that here.

  • Panzer

    Will it last longer than Domino’s?

    • RideScheduler.com

      It all depends on how many they allow. Might get to the store, order your sub and when you go to pay for it…. sorry “While Supplies Last”

      • Fabian

        I think it will depend more on how T-Mobile’s users will behave.

        Not all of course, but I’m already feeling bad for Subway’s employees.

  • Valyrian Steel

    Im still waiting on my stock certificate from the very 1st week… However, ive gotten to watchedat least 7 free hd movies, 3 free dominos pizzas, 4 movie theater tickets, a bon Appétit magazine subscription and a t shirt, all without spending a dime or doing anything outrageous … So i can’t argue, sometimes its just a couple dollars off something or you have to join some program/dl an app so its not really worth it, but overall a great loyalty program.

    • TylerCameron

      The website never worked for me to get the stock, so I gave up.

  • FILA

    No frosty next week? Sure I didnt get it every week, but I like to know I had the option

    • JLV90

      No Wendy’s like to pull it every couple weeks then bring it back.

  • JLV90

    I’ve probably saved over $300 just off these freebies alone (mostly vudu). I love T-mobile Tuesdays.

    Vudu I usually buy the $4.99 movies or TV episodes and link my accounts to watch all the UV movies on one account, it’s awesome how they are free to use with Binge On in addition to my Netflix subscription.

    • Clifton K. Morris

      I called to pay the family’s AT&T cricket bill this week. Cricket said that our family still has $575 credit.

      I haven’t paid a phone bill in 4 months because we switched when Cricket was offering an additional $150 credit for people that transferred from T-Mobile service. Our rate will be $100 (taxes included) for a total of five phone lines.

      Sounds like your happy with movie rental freebies and watching TV. I prefer money in my wallet. My wife gets to spend that money on me.

      • JLV90

        I also needed more data than Cricket was offering when they had those port credits also I have a 15% discount on T-mobile so it actually makes my plan cheaper than the basic plan at Cricket even after taxes.

  • paul

    I went to subway store where locate cottman ave Philadelphia PA . The door attached note said no T-Mobile Tuesday???!! What the fuck is that?

  • jeremy vega

    i cant find the vudu $4.99 weekly deals on vudu site. did they get rid of it ?

    • Good

      Yes

      • jeremy vega

        why?

  • juan

    I went to the subway and they said not today… wtf? its only one day.