Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday will include Pizza Hut deal, grand prize trip to the World Series

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Pizza is making its return to T-Mobile Tuesdays next week.

On Tuesday, October 1, T-Mobile customers can get a free medium 1-topping hand-tossed pizza from Pizza Hut with the purchase of a $7.99 large 2-topping pizza. Also coming next week is up to 40 percent off hotels at Booking.com, offers for tickets to the Jonas Brothers and Austin City Limits Music Festival, and $0.10 off per gallon of gas at Shell.

Rounding out next week’s T-Mobile Tuesdays deals is another free item from Taco Bell. The items have been switched up from past weeks, though, and now T-Mo customers can choose either a free Bean Burrito, a free Crunchy Taco, or a free order of Cinnamon Twists.

Next week’s sweepstakes will see the winner go to the World Series. One grand prize winner will receive a three-day, two-night trip for two to attend Game 1 of the 2019 MLB World Series on October 22. That includes round trip airfare, two nights in a hotel, two tickets to Game 1 of the 2019 MLB World Series, the oppotunity to view pregame batting practices from the field, two New Era hats, two MLB Shop jerseys, and a check for $1,875 to use for taxes, meals, or other expenses.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • Nobody Special

    Umm, no thank you…
    I will patiently wait for next week promotions.
    Hopefully I won’t have to pay to play.

    • Sharti24

      Or be forced to download an app, Since we cant redeem food from their website any longer. (Taco bell)

      • Peter Bergonzi

        I think every deal they make requires someone’s app. You can do like I do and uninstall it after use until next time.
        I’ve never redeemed Domino’s though, so not sure if app is required with them. It was required for Shell gas and for Del Taco.

        • Sharti24

          I was using taco bells website to redeem the free taco. Now theyre forcing us to use the app. No thanks

  • BreakMentalKevin

    I was standing a couple hundred yards from a Taco Bell. I wanted to order from that Taco Bell, but the app went “Nah, you actually wanna order from the one 3 miles away.”
    I said “Nah, I don’t” and started changing the location.
    It said “Yeah, you do” and started processing through the order at the 3 mile away Taco Bell.
    I said “Nah, I don’t,” and hit cancel.
    It said “Nah, we’re not gonna allow that” and wouldn’t let me cancel.

    So, I left my burrito at the 3 mile away one.
    Complained to Taco Bell’s social team, so they said they’re sending me something nice.