Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday will include free TuneIn Premium, Baskin-Robbins deal

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One day after giving out donations to Nature Conservancy projects and free T-Mobile bags, T-Mo has revealed what it’s got in store for next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday.

For the April 24 edition of T-Mobile Tuesdays, T-Mo customers can get 60 days of TuneIn Premium for free. TuneIn Premium normally costs $9.99 per month and includes everything in the TuneIn Free service, like access to 100,000 real radio stations, as well as live NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL games, more than 600 commercial-free music stations, and an ad-free user experience.

Also coming to next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday is 30 percent off a local Groupon deal, a $50 Amazon gift card per night from HotelStorm, and a Baskin-Robbins ice cream deal.

T-Mobile will not offer a sweepstakes next week.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • Philip

    I am confused. There is the app that cost money and then there is the subscription. I love my TuneIn Pro. Record anything and listen later or just FFW with the button.

    • TuneInLover

      There’s TuneIn Pro, which is a separate app that’s a one time payment of $9.99 and has the option to record as well as a display ad-free experience. They also have TuneIn Premium, their subscription service which allows you to listen to premium content like NFL, MLB, NBA and commercial-free music stations.

      TuneIn Premium usually has a 7 or 30 day free trial, and costs $9.99/month or $99.99/year – so this T-Mobile deal for a 60 day free trial is a super great deal!

    • Ronnie

      I think it’s premium subscription. You can’t listen to sports play by play from the major leagues, commerical free music etc. without subscribing. Pro only has the ability to record and remove display ads. i love pro too!

  • SurvivingSunnyvale

    Baskin-Robbins isn’t worth the hassle.

    • EF

      I hate BR as well, but have been able to use them at DD where they combo with BR. What BR needs to do in their app is what DD did for their app – be able to merge multiple gift cards into one. I routinely racked up $10 from all my lines each week that Tmo had the DD promos. On the other hand, while still a hassle due to the time it takes to bring up each card image on the app, you can in fact stack multiple gift cards for a single purchase at either location.

  • vinnyjr

    Have tune in paid version, just checked out T-Mobile pro offer. Only good for 60 days. You have to open a new account. Not worth it to me.

  • RonV42

    Sorry the Tune-In deal isn’t worth it. You have to give them your credit card to take advantage of the 60 days.