Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday will include free White Castle sliders and a Redbox rental

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After giving free T-Mobile BBQ spatulas to customers yesterday, T-Mo has now revealed what it’s got in store for next week’s  T-Mobile Tuesday.

On Tuesday, May 28th, T-Mobile customers can get eight free Original Sliders from White Castle and a free one-night disc rental from Redbox. Also coming next week is T-Mo’s usual group of weekly gifts that includes a free medium latte from Dunkin’, a free Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Taco from Taco Bell, and $0.10 off per gallon of gas at Shell.

T-Mobile does not have a sweepstakes planned for next week.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • Joe2050

    How can we get the sliders if there not in your area or state?

    • Francisco Peña

      There are a number of websites and airlines that offer airfares to a state that has White Castle.

    • Erik

      Call ubereats. They’ll deliver. Lol

  • the martian ambassador

    Just got back from using my $4.00 Atom John Wick 3 ticket. Did anyone else notice in the opening shot of the movie there is a T-Mobile billboard ? Coincidence ?

  • stuman19741974 .

    Will T-Mobile be offering free Pepto to go along with the sliders, Dunkin coffee, and Loco Taco?

  • steveb944

    White Castle is a pretty restricted offering. Hopefully it’s more nationwide offerings in the future.

    • Joe2050

      From previous posting on this similar comment:

      “There are a number of websites and airlines that offer airfares to a state that has White Castle.”

      So just pay for a ticket to fly to a state to get your free sliders. Worth it right?

      • steveb944

        I’m already shopping flights for $8 I’ll save. Lol

        • Joe2050

          Of course, I found a few flights for $2 first class, totally worth it.

        • steveb944

          Seal the deal!

  • Disqus5218

    This is RIDICULOUSLY stupid. I’ll be in a state with White Castle in July. They could at least let people save the code until they can use it…