T-Mobile Tuesdays will offer $4 ticket to see Bohemian Rhapsody later this month

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Earlier this month, T-Mobile Tuesdays offered a grand prize that included seven-day trip to London to attend the red carpet screening of the new film Bohemian Rhapsody. Only one person could win that prize, but today T-Mo said that it’s going to help all of its other customers see the new Queen biopic.

On October 30th, T-Mobile customers can claim a $4 movie ticket to see Bohemian Rhapsody, which opens on November 2nd.

One week earlier on October 23rd, T-Mo customers will have the chance to win a year’s worth of free movie tickets from Atom by playing a Bohemian Rhapsody trailer game in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. The T-Mobile Tuesdays app is available for Android and iOS.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Francisco Peña

    blah

  • I’ll do that if the movie’s good and my MoviePass/Sinemia doesn’t work, I guess.

    • EF

      I have Sinemia which will work on regular screenings 3 times a month. But if the movie is on IMAX I will buy the discounted Atom tickets to see that format.

      • Joe2050

        I was thinking of Sinemia, but heard mixed reviews that either do or don’t cover the $1.50 service charge if you book at Atom/Fandango. That would suck to pay each time and on top of the monthly fee.

        • EF

          I use Atom with Sinemia and have yet to see a convenience charge stick to my credit card bill after 3 movies. Always $1 pending but never actually finalized. Maybe I’ll get a total on my monthly billing cycle? Also you get 1 free movie for every 4 with Atom including those bought via Sinemia which more than makes up for those fees.

    • SirStephenH

      Give AMC A-List a try. It’s costs a little more ($19.95/month) but you get 3 movies a week at any AMC theater in whatever format you want (2D, 3D, IMAX, D-Box, etc). There haven’t even been any blackout dates yet even though they can.

      The lack of 3D was a big sticking point for us when considering the other alternatives.

  • eric figueroa

    I can retire now