Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday will offer free Pandora Premium and Lego ebook

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Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday gifts and prizes have been officially revealed.

For the September 12th edition of T-Mobile Tuesdays, T-Mo customers will get 90 days of Pandora Premium service for free. Pandora Premium offers on-demand listening, playlists, Pandora radio, and more. After the trial pass ends, the service will auto-renew and charge your card for $9.99 unless you cancel it.

Also coming to T-Mobile customers next week is a free Lego ebook from BookShout, 40 percent off tickets to Legoland for up to four people, and access to discounted hotels at HotelStorm.

The grand prize for next week is a three-day, two-night trip to the winner’s choice of Legoland California Resort in Carlsbad, Calif., or Legoland Florida Resort in Winter Haven, Fla. This includes round trip airfare for four, two nights in a hotel, two days admission to Legoland, and a check for $1,605 to cover taxes or other expenses.

Twenty-five first prize winners will each receive a Lego prize pack that includes three The Lego Ninjago Movie building kits, one Lego Minifigure Display Case, one The Lego Ninjago Movie Lloyd Minifigure Clock, one Lego Stationery Kit, one The Lego Ninjago Movie Lloyd Torch, one The Lego Ninjago Movie: The Making of the Movie, and one Lego Ninjago backpack.

One hundred second prize winners will each get a $25 Lego.com gift card and a Fandango promo code valid for two movie tickets (up to $26 total ticket and convenience fee value) to see The Lego Ninjago Movie or any other Warner Bros. film.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • steveb944

    As long as I can connect on Tuesday, pending how the storm goes, the Lego items seem interesting for the little one.

    • Sayahh

      Online or over cell?

      • steveb944

        Cell because on WiFi I can’t connect sometimes.

        • Sayahh

          I remember reading that you can go to a website to access the goodies. Not sure if you can do it through a desktop browser.

        • steveb944

          Ah yes, I remember back when they were having server issues.

    • Kevin

      stay safe

  • MadMartigan

    Heh…was almost hoping they’d do Pandora premium the way they are doing Netflix. Ah well…

    • John Doe

      Didn’t they have something like that with a music service? Where they offered a discount and free basic subscription.

      • Nobody Special

        I have the unRadio promo by T-Mobile/Napster… i don’t use it much, but i like that it is there when im in the mood to listen to commercial free music. (It has a $4.99 value)

    • John Doe

      They used to offer rhapsody.

  • jj201367

    I can’t wait for pandora, I love music

    • Francisco Peña

      We have the Pandora One/Premium (forgot what it is called now, was One before). That is $5.

  • Miles

    These “free stuff” Tuesdays remind me too much of the way promotional freebies drive sales from continued membership in these services. It’s not free if I have to join as a member and surrender my personal information (email, address, phone, etc.) as part of it. I’m pretty sure T-Mobile gets paid by most of these as a way to provide advertising via free samples of things. I never feel like it’s free if I have to subscribe or join something. If I happen to already be a member of something (vudu, redbox, etc.) that’s fine and great for me but I still feel like it’s not truly free stuff for people who aren’t members and aren’t interested in surrendering their privacy to them in return for stuff. In my case, I’m really not interested in Pandora and I’m not willing to sign up for it. So… another week of probably no free stuff. And discounts? That’s definitely not the definition of “free stuff.”

    • Iphart

      There are no privacy.
      Google yourself chances are your home address, tel #, etc are already there.
      But that should not bother you as nobody cares.

      • Miles

        The only reason why privacy is being destroyed is because of people who say that and push ahead despite privacy concerns and gaslighting people into complacency with “free stuff.” There is privacy SUDDENLY when it turns out people realize they’ve been violated but people like you come out to act dismissive about it.

  • SirStephenH

    Something tells me that the Florida location isn’t going to be people’s first choice right now.