T-Mobile Tuesdays gifts will include free Denny’s pancakes, discounted flowers next week


One day after T-Mo customers got their T-Mobile Tuesday gifts, the gifts and prizes for next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday have been revealed.

For the February 6 edition of T-Mobile Tuesdays, T-Mo customers can get free Dulce de Leche Crunch Pancakes from Denny’s. The pancakes include a cinnamon crumb topping cooked into the pancakes, whipped cream, and a drizzle of “dulce de leche-inspired caramel sauce”.

Also coming next week are some romantic gifts ahead of Valentine’s Day. This includes a free handwritten card from Felt and a free online cooking class from Panna. T-Mobile customers will also get a deal from 1800Flowers.com that includes $15 off a purchase of $25 or more, free shipping, and no service charge.

Next week’s grand prize winner will receive a $2,400 eGift Card to 1800Flowers.com. The winner will also get a $1,030 check for taxes or other expenses.

Two first prize winners will each get a $70 eGift Card to 1800Flowers.com, while 60 second prize winners will get a $25 eGift Card to 1800Flowers.com.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • Deadeye37

    This is probably the first time I saw a grand prize and thought “Please
    don’t win that!”. What are you going to do with $2,400 to 1800flowers
    (dot) com?

    • Derek

      Trust me, if you order anything from them, you’ll need all $2400. They along with Proflowers are the absolute worst! They bait and switch everything! 12 flowers are like $30 plus another $15-25 for shipping. Then if you want a vase thats extra, plus more flowers, extra, more colors in your flowers, extra, want it shipped at a certain time, extra, certain date, extra, with a teddy bear, extra…etc. I could go on for days.

      Just buy locally for flowers.

      • Deadeye37

        That’s usually what I do. The local shops are actually the ones who fulfill the 1800flowers & proflowers orders anyways. For the same price as one of those online sites, you get a whole lot more flowers and a nicer arrangement.

        IMO, the Costco flower bouquet is the true winner. :)

      • Sayahh

        Apparently, every Mother’s Day, without fail, I’ll hear horror stories from customers who shopped from Proflowers or other online flower retailers who advertise like crazy and their mothers will either get something that doesn’t match the item, didn’t come with “free chocolates” as advertised (or chocolates were crappier than gas station selections), or won’t get there at all. You know the old adage, “you get what you pay for”? Sounds like you might not even get that. I think so many people buy from them that it overwhelms the system. That or they just don’t care.

        Reminds me of this joke I read a few weeks back (the link is from two days ago, but Reddit reposts jokes all the time):


        A young man named Chuck bought a horse from a farmer for $250. The farmer agreed to deliver the horse the next day. The next day, the farmer
        drove up to Chucks house and said, ‘Sorry son, but I have some bad news, the horse died.’

        Chuck replied, ‘Well, then just give me my money back.’

        The farmer said, ‘Can’t do that. I went and spent it already.’

        Chuck said, ‘Ok, then, just bring me the dead horse.’

        The farmer asked, ‘What ya gonna do with him?

        Chuck said, ‘I’m going to raffle him off.’

        The farmer said, ‘You can’t raffle off a dead horse!’

        Chuck said, ‘Sure I can, Watch me. I just won’t tell any body he’s dead.’

        A month Later, the farmer met up with Chuck and asked, ‘What happened with that dead horse?’

        Chuck said, ‘I raffled him off. I sold 500 tickets at five dollars a piece and made a profit of $2495.’

        The farmer said, ‘Didn’t anyone complain?’

        Chuck said, ‘Just the guy who won. So I gave him his five dollars back.’

      • EF

        Yeah, but if you buy local flowers, they’re not free (you don’t pay anything other than your T-mobile bill in exchange of this week’s prize)… Plus you get money to cover any tax liability on the value of the prize. Which, if you are not in a high-income bracket, gives you extra money to buy more flowers (or anything else) locally.

        If my college-age kids win it (zero tax liability under $12,000 of earnings), they pocket the full amount!

    • dcmanryan

      Plan a funeral lol.

    • Philip

      What a waste. I am more than happy to sell the cert if I win, even if it is $100.

    • EF

      You also get $1030 to cover taxes on the $2400+$1030 total value. You will come out ahead on taxes if your marginal State/Federal rate on the $3430 is less than 30% (as is the case for majority of Americans), plus you will have a lot of flowers to send your mother.

  • steveb944

    I could have sworn I claimed the gas this week, but when I went into the app today to grab the code it was non-existent.

    Those pancakes are great. I can’t wait to make an evening run to Denny’s.

    • Shockrum

      The code expired at 4:59am, so you needed to use it on Tuesday only. I think that’s different than previous gas codes.

      • EF

        As long as you CLAIMED the Shell code by the 24 hr deadline (and cut/paste the code into your fuel rewards), you have until Friday night to REDEEM the discount.

        Note that Fuel Rewards has a great deal going with their 15 cents/gal on every $100 of groceries you charge to your linked MasterCard. For a typical fill-up of 16 gallons, that’s equivalent to a 2.4% discount on your $100 grocery bill, plus any points you get with your card company for those $100. And if you charge the gas to a card that has a 4% payback (like the Costco Visa), you get an even greater discount.

        All these per gallon discounts stack up, and at one point I had gotten up to 90 cents off per gallon! Best to use them for a fill-up (up to 20 gallons) to maximize your returns

        • SirStephenH

          steveb944 claimed the code but did not enter it in the Fuel Rewards app. Shockrum is correct that the code expired.

  • jj201367

    Is the pancakes dine in or take away?

    • Sharti24

      Im going to place an order over the phone for a meal at regular cost with a side of these pancakes. When i go to pay in store i will show them the app. If they say “the free pancakes are for dine in only” i will tell them “enjoy the food you just made” and leave with nothing

      • jj201367

        Let me know how it turns out

        • Sharti24

          The pancake promo is claim by today use by next monday. Take out only, which is weird. You’d think it would be dine in only so you buy more food and tip

  • SirStephenH