Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday will include savings for Shell and ParkWhiz

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T-Mobile has revealed what it’s got in store for the final Tuesday of January.

For the January 30 edition of T-Mobile Tuesdays, T-Mobile customers can get a BOGO pretzel deal from Auntie Anne’s. If you haven’t gotten a free original pretzel from Auntie Anne’s in the month of January yet, you should get it next week.

Also available to T-Mo customers next week is a Shell gas discount and $15 off parking from the ParkWhiz, an app that’ll help you find and reserve a parking space. T-Mobile customers will also get a free Kate Hudson eBook from BookShout.

Unfortunately, there are no prizes to be won for next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • SirStephenH

    I’m getting tired of these Shell “discounts”. All they do for us is bring the pricing more inline with the Fred Meyer across the street and that’s not even including Shell’s extra charge per gallon if you use credit or debit.

    • Zach Chadwick

      Shell and Other Gas Stations only charge extra fees for using Credit, in select markets in the US. In the Midwest, the only people who pay more per gallon for using credit, are Bulk Orders of Diesel fuel, so almost all Tractor Trailers. With this 25¢/gal discount, it sometimes bring some it below Costco’s gas prices. I’m impressed

    • Tommy

      If I put this “Fred Meyer” petrol in my Bentley as opposed to a finer grade, I daresay I would be laughed out of the Hasty Pudding Society!

    • Francisco Peña

      If your area has Shell with a $.25 discrepancy, then move. Here, the Shells are generally in line within $.05 (and most times the same) of every other place like Wawa’s, Thorntons, Circle K, etc… Only Costco and Sam’s Club has it cheaper, and many times is only a $.10 difference.

      So I enjoy my Shell discount. I can easily save a few bucks each fillup with my van, since you can get a fuel rewards card and save an extra $.05, so the savings are $.30.

    • Ryanide

      The audacity of T-Mobile to offer a fantastic discount on a premium brand of petrol that offers stations nationwide. How dare they!

  • SirStephenH

    Same here.