Upcoming T-Mobile Tuesday gifts will be focused on travel


Following the Pokémon Go-focused T-Mobile Tuesday, it looks like the next one will be all about travel.

The T-Mobile Tuesday for July 26 will include a $30 code for a HotelTonight Stay, a one-year digital subscription to Condé Nast Traveler, and a $15 Lyft Credit. Additionally, if you missed out on the one year of free unlimited Pokémon Go data last week, you can snag it this week.

This week’s grand prize winner will receive a trip to San Francisco, Calif., for his or herself and a guest. That includes round trip air travel, two nights in a hotel high roller suite, a dining credit for up to $2,000 at that hotel, a spa credit for up to $1,000, and a movie and mini-bar credit of up to $500. Rounding out the grand prize is a $1,000 American Express gift card and a $4,500 check for income taxes.

The 100 first prize winners will receive a one-time use HotelTonight coupon code for $300 off a booking, while 200 second prize winners will get a $75 HotelTonight coupon code. If you win, your code must be redeemed before 11:59 pm on October 31.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • ramirez6131

    why even bother anymore. its more trouble than its worth with these tmobile tuesdays. every tuesday has been a disaster

    • Deadeye37

      I disagree. I’ve easily redeemed the Vudu credits each week those were available. I also got some of the other perks without any issues. Never went after the Dominoes, though.

      • Martin Warford

        I concur. I hope they bring the Vudu reward back.

        • SurvivingSunnyvale

          You are one of the lucky ones. For many people the Vudu reward didn’t work.

        • JLV90

          Vudu worked for everyone. Only way you couldn’t use it was if you didn’t add a payment method to Vudu. People complain because they couldn’t stack after the first two weeks. They probably didn’t want you to stack all 12 of your families codes ($66) into one account for a reason.

    • Uninstall the app, pretend it doesn’t exist, problem solved.

  • ramirez6131

    512 kbps would be perfect. normal users would continue business as usual.it would cut off the true data hogs that killed truly unlimited data for the rest of us

  • SurvivingSunnyvale

    “This week’s grand prize winner will receive a trip to San Francisco, Calif.”

    That’s a prize?

    • user311

      Not a bad trip if you’re from the east coast mostly with all the credits. But I suppose if you’re from SF or Cali that’s not much of a prize.

    • You’re from Sunnyvale, obviously it’s not a big deal for you, but for the hundreds of millions of people who live outside of California, it’s pretty cool.

      • SurvivingSunnyvale

        Pretty cool if you enjoy aggressive panhandlers who might slash you.

        Or the smell of urine and feces on the sidewalks.

        Lovely place.

  • I have never heard so many whiny ungrateful people as in the threads related to T-Mobile Tuesdays. It’s a value added promotion, if you don’t like it, pretend it doesn’t exist, easy, problem solved.

    • Problem is, this was an Uncarrier promotion. Even if you wanted to, John Legere wants you to see it.

  • That would totally deincentivize higher level data plans. T-Mobile has said they’re not going after super low end consumers. If you need cheap unlimited I hear Sprint is testing out $60 unlimited plans.

    • JLV90

      The Sprint $60 plan is unlimited with their version of Binge-On enabled.

  • lomsha

    Vudu is gooone lol

  • steveb944

    Oh great, right after I’ve booked a trip…

    • Aaron Davis

      …it’s like a free ride, when you’ve already paid..

  • Jake Fitzpatrick

    I hope I win the San Fran Trip!!! Would allow me to see my grandma.

  • VernonDozier

    When you depend on your wireless company for cheap hotel rooms, pizza, taxicab rides, BOGO offers on phones, all with terrible coverage… Well, just count on friends to make up for your own shortcomings, because you should really be at home watching Netflix on your 4-inch screen.

    Yeah. I went there.

    • Clifton K. Morris

      Hey Vernon, what’s shaking?

      I thought a lot about what you said in person and decided to stand up for you. Did you read the comments I posted earlier?

      • VernonDozier

        I briefly scanned through them about the “Assisted Upgrades”. Thanks for the text message. I’m amazed your T-Mobile phone service works where your at.

      • VernonDozier

        Wow. You listened to everything I said.

    • Jake Fitzpatrick

      Thankfully, I don’t depend on these offers. But it is a nice addition. I have only redeemed one Frosty. Dominos is gross and I cant use Lyft because they have very little desire to accommodate people in power wheelchairs. The local “providers”, aka taxi cab companies, have no idea they are even a partner! The Vudu rentals are kinda cool and I missed out on the accessory offer. Anyway, as a person with a disability, its hard to look forward to a weekly promotion when almost everything i can’t use. I play for the big prizes, when I feel I can participate in the activity.

      • VernonDozier

        When I worked for T-Mobile, turned down a second and third opportunity to work there, I only asked that the new sales offices be accessible by wheelchair and conform to ADA requirements for stores.

        Do you need a hug or a cookie?

        • patt

          DO you need a smartphone with screen larger then 4′ ?

    • tarheel6279

      aww….sorry about your 4-inches, that’s gotta suck!? Mine’s way bigger than that!! lol

  • VernonDozier

    There’s actually a lot of great things you said there about why people shouldn’t pay a fee to upgrade. Why Cricket and why now? Your wife was fired from Cricket.

  • william43

    I want the VUDU movie credit back!!!

    • Guest

      No. That promotion was enough to hook you in. Hopefully you didn’t start collecting movies there.

  • Matt

    I’d jump over it but LTE speeds are limited to 8mbps, less when congested.

    • Clippers FANactic

      Honestly 8mbps is good enough for common use. Anything above 2 is sufficient.

      • Matt

        You raise a fairly good point. However, what are the real world speeds? If you struggle to get 2, then you won’t have a good video experience.

        • Clippers FANactic

          Very true, if you cannot get at least 2 mbps, then I feel very bad for you… If you are struggling with LTE speeds recently, it maybe because the phone is connected to Band 12 (which still blows). So when my phone is struggling in a Band 12 area, and WCDMA is available, I switch to WCDMA ONLY. And it always helps!

  • Can You Troll Me Now?

    Wow, VerizonDozier and AT&TMorris sure are busy trolling up the group. They sure must be paid well playing big-wigs from mom’s basement.

    • VN

      It’s the same person. :)

  • a d00d

    Can’t help but notice the prizes are getting less and less useful for more and more people each week. This week’s upcoming prizes do not interest me at all. I’d rather they work on the coverage some more and RESTORE DATA ROAMING WITH COMMNET!!!

  • JayBEE

    The prizes have become totally useless to me and I’m sure I’ll never win any of their real prizes. Hopefully, at some point, they will bring back the VUDU credit.

  • ewokpop

    I wonder if the Lyft credit will be good for a week again and not the 24 hour time frame it normally gives

  • JR

    Gifthorses and all that, but maaaaan no VUDU credit, not even a Wendy’s frosty. Well, might as well keep taking advantage of that Lyft credit. Oh well.

  • Mark

    Damn… no Frosty? I took the Pokemon data and the Conde Nast subscription, but damnit I wanted an ice cream on the way home!

  • Paul

    The time frame for most of these is a deterrent for me, and I’m sure many. 1 or 2 days is not enough to use the norms or the specials.

  • I get more in free Lyft rides each month than my T-Mobile account costs. Just amazing.