Upcoming T-Mobile Tuesday will offer $4 ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ ticket

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T-Mobile didn’t wait long after this week’s T-Mobile Tuesday to let us know what’s coming next Tuesday.

For the July 11th edition of T-Mobile Tuesdays, T-Mo customers can get a $4 ticket to see War for the Planet of the Apes. The movie opens on July 14th, and T-Mobile says that the $4 ticket will be good through opening weekend.

Also coming to T-Mobile customers next week is $25 to spend at Stitch Fix, an online styling service that’ll help you find new clothes that you’ll like. Finally, T-Mo customers can get 25 percent off regular menu priced orders from Papa John’s. Customers should also check to see if it’s their week to get a free medium one-topping pizza from Papa John’s.

Next week’s grand prize winner will receive a trip for two to Wellington, New Zealand for a tour of WETA Studios, the studio behind the Planet of the Apes movies. This includes round trip airfare, five nights in a hotel, and a WETA Studios tour that includes a look at their workshop and a documentary screening. The winner will also get $500 in spending money and a check for $2,492 to cover taxes or other expenses.

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Twenty-five first prize winners will each get a Planet of the Apes swag bag that includes a backpack, notebook, phone pop stand, compass keychain, sticker pack, bottle opener, watch set, binoculars, and a Blu-ray set that includes Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

Finally, 100 second prize winners will receive a Blu-ray set that includes Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • Jason

    Will they ever release a movie anymore thats not a dumb CGI follow up version of 50 year old franchises? What is the deal with Hollywood? This and superhero garbage endlessly for 2 decades. Be ORIGINAL again.

  • eight7four

    No VUDU, no care.

  • njikokanoel

    Thanks T-Mobile. I’ve enjoyed the previous two planet of the Ape films and have heard some great things about this one. I was going to see it regardless, at least now I can save some money.

  • Dylan Wentworth

    This is one I might actually go sit in a room full of other humans to watch.
    I love those Apes and I hope they kick even more ass this time around.

  • EF

    Been really excited about these discounted movie tickets – Keep them coming!

    $4 per ticket gets me in to see the movies in IMAX 3D (normally >$18 per ticket) on the weekend (not limited to Tuesday!). Multiply that for a 4 person family and I am getting a $60 savings!

    Bonus is that I get Regal Cinemas reward points that are awarded based on pre-discount ticket price (making this a 4.5x point bonus)

  • EF

    Don’t have to USE the tickets on Tuesday, just need to REDEEM the award codes on Tuesday. After that, you can use the codes to reserve/purchase the tickets for any showing up to the following Monday (so you can go on a weekend evening, when shows are usually more expensive).

  • Andrew Singleton

    old pricing is grandfathered, both pricing eligible for free digits line at the moment. anything else?

  • SirStephenH

    The original Planet of the Apes movies are WAY better than the reboots. I still enjoy the reboots but they lost the message in exchange for cheep thrills and FX. I will definitely be using the $4 ticket though.

    • Francisco Peña

      I like these better than teh Marky Mark version.

  • Jay Riemenschneider

    Wonder why T Mobile is teaming with Atom for movie tickets now instead of Fandango. Where I live theres only one theater around with an IMAX screen and they dont accept tickets through Atom, but do through Fandango.Not a big movie goer, but this and Transformers I may have watched for $4 in IMAX, because IMAX does make every movie better. But dont want to see either movie enough to watch them on regular screen, even for $4.