Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday will include free MLB.TV subscription, MLB All-Star Week prize

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We told you last month that T-Mobile will offer another free year of MLB.TV on March 27, and now T-Mo has revealed what else it’ll have for customers on that date.

For the March 27 edition of T-Mobile Tuesdays, T-Mo customers can get 25 percent off at MLBShop.com and 10 cents off per gallon of gas at Shell. That’s in addition to the free MLB.TV subscription, which includes the home and away feeds of every out-of-market game and live game DVR. You’ll be able to watch on mobile devices, Xbox One, Playstation 4, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, TiVo, Android TV, Chromecast, and other devices.

You’ll need to claim your MLB.TV subscription through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app between March 27 and April 2 at 11:59 PM ET, then sign up for MLB.TV before April 2 at 11:59 PM ET. You will need to be connected to the T-Mobile network to redeem this offer, and because this offer is only available to new MLB.TV subscribers, anyone who’s already signed up will need to cancel by 8:00 PM ET on March 23.

Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday will also include an MLB All-Star prize. The winner will receive an all-expense-paid trip for two to MLB All-Star Week during July 15-18 in Washington, D.C.

This trip includes round trip airfare and three nights in a hotel. The winner will also receive two tickets to the 2018 MLB All-Star Game, MLB All-Star FanFest from July 15-17, the MLB All-Star Game Pre-Game Party, the MLB All-Star Gala, the Gatorade All-Star Workout Day, the T-Mobile Home Run Derby and the T-Mobile Home Run Derby Press Conference. The winner and their guest will get to view batting practice for the T-Mobile Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game, too.

Rounding out the grand prize is a check for $2,096 to cover taxes, meals, and other expenses.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Steve

    “…and because this offer is only available to new MLB.TV subscribers…” Alex, where did this info come from? I don’t see it on the press release at the source. I’m wondering because I did the deal last year. Thank you!

    • Anthony S Jennings

      I think what is meant by “new subscriber” is on the day you activate the T-Mobile Tuesdays offer, you can’t be a current subscriber. You will be considered a “new subscriber” if you don’t have an active subscription already between March 23 and April 2.

      • dcmanryan

        I got it free last year and my login no longer shows im subscribed which is a good thing in this case. The subscription must have ended 12/2017. For those who got it last year try to login and see if your account is still active, mine is not .

        • Fernando Molina

          My account is not active either so I am considered a new subscriber.

      • pboggini

        I just called MLB to confirm as I didn’t want to get past the 23rd at 8pm and find out I wasn’t a “new subscriber”. The person on the phone confirmed that none of the 4 email accounts we used last year had any subscription info and assured me that we’d all be treated as “new” come Tuesday. The T-Mo page suggests that our subscription expires in Feb of the following year so I guess it makes sense and so we all should indeed be treated as new next week.

    • Alex Wagner

      It’s in the full terms of the offer on T-Mobile’s website: https://www.t-mobile.com/mlb

      “New 2018 subscribers only; current subscribers must cancel by 8:00 p.m. ET on 3/23/18 to be eligible.”

      • Steve

        Thanks!

  • kev2684

    I already miss Dunkin :(

  • SurvivingSunnyvale

    Did anyone actually see this mythical umbrellas today?

    The Silicon Valley T-Mobile stores didn’t have them.

    • SB

      I walked about a mile from Santa Clara to this location to obtain one. Called first and the person I talked with stated they had many. “..Yes! We’ve got some here for ya” When I arrived and asked about them, an employee said.. “Oh, sorry. We just ran out” I said I had called earlier and he questioned what time I called. When I said a little after 10am he said “Oh, 10:00! Yeah, we ran out an hour ago. Sorry about that”

      These days lots of people jump to a conspiracy conclusion. I must say, the interaction I had that day at this particular T-Mobile didn’t feel authentic. (kind of thought they never had any. or maybe between after 10 and before 2 there were lots of people who couldn’t wait for an umbrella like myself haha)

      So the story goes on, while referring someone else to T-Mobile in Santa Cruz (Capitola Mall location) to pick up one for themselves.. they told my story to a manager.

      She ended up leaving with two umbrellas. I was amazed. Still am! So yes, I can confirm these are indeed real. Received mine today. I was also surprised it’s not the kind you manually push up. You push the lever and hear a powerful “whoosh!” as it pops open automatically.

      That day went from, wow.. T-Mobile.. to, WOW!!! T-MOOOOOBIIILE!

      I did miss out on the apron a little while back! How was that if anyone got it!?

      Yay for tangible T-Mobile merch!

  • Steve

    That is my hope!

  • the martian ambassador

    If you sign up for MLB-TV with this promotion, will it auto-renew next year if you don’t cancel at the end of the season ?

    • dcmanryan

      Mine from year did not auto renew but I can remember if I possibly turned it off .

    • Matt Macaluso

      No. There is nothing to worry about renewing .

  • RonV42

    This is great. Loved MLB-TV last year and that Shell discount has been good for my wallet.

  • vinnyjr

    Received my MLB. Thank You T-Mobile, Thank You John Legere.

  • vikings football

    not from minnesota, but am a twins fan…already watched the first 5 twins game. this is my second year of free mlb from tmobile…thank you Legere!!!