T-Mobile giving away nine Samsung Galaxy Note 9 phones for this week’s T-Mo Tuesday

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Last week, T-Mo revealed what it’s got in store for this coming T-Mobile Tuesday, which includes a free one-night disc rental from Redbox and a Reebok discount. Now T-Mobile has quietly added a contest to this week’s T-Mobile Tuesday, too.

This Tuesday, August 14th, T-Mobile will give away nine Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphones. Specifically, it’s giving away nine of the Ocean Blue version of the Note 9. T-Mo is also giving each winner a check for $372 to cover taxes or other expenses.

To enter for your chance to win a Galaxy Note 9, you’ll just have to play the T-Mobile Tuesdays game. It’s open to everyone, including non-T-Mobile customers, and you can access the game on the T-Mobile Tuesdays website and through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app for Android and iOS.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is one of the most high-end smartphones on the market, boasting a 6.4-inch 2960×1440 Super AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 845 processor, dual 12MP rear cameras, and a 4000mAh battery to power the whole package. It’s also one of the pricier phones available, which is another good reason to enter T-Mobile’s contest and try to win one.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • Hurlamania

    I’ve changed my mind I don’t want it a Oompa Loompa I want a Galaxy Note 9 in ocean blue instead…

  • Dante Farrar

    hmmm…. worth a click at least

  • dax

    as long as in the fine print i dont have to open a new line and won’t involve bill credits… lol

  • Matt Macaluso

    Might be the only 9 that “sell”. What a BUST!

    • krym73

      Lol sorry if it was too much $$$ and it’s hard for you to believe anyone could’ve saved money to buy this phone. I ordered 3 on my account and seen a few others pre ordering they day they opened up. Nice try hater.

      • Matt Macaluso

        Who said anything about money? It’s a mediocre, at best, improvement to the Note8. Hence a complete BUST! Throw the Pixel 3 in the bust category too.

  • Jake Fitzpatrick

    Why is it open to non-customers?

    • purenupe1

      Because it will be a T-Mobile variant ( they will have to sign up for service)

  • Sergio Bobillo

    My card just got billed for the Note 9!