T-Mobile Tuesdays handing out free T-Mo touchscreen gloves and Starbucks gift cards next week


Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday gifts have been revealed, and they include another piece of T-Mo swag.

On Tuesday, December 10th, T-Mobile customers can get a free pair of T-Mo touchscreen gloves. Just like our leak showed, these gloves are black with simple magenta and gray stripes and a small T-Mobile logo near the wrist.

Also coming next week is a Starbucks deal. T-Mobile customers can score a free $3 Starbucks card, but there are a couple of things to be aware of with this offer. The deal will appear at exactly 1:00 pm PT/4:00 pm ET on December 10th and there are limited quantities, so you’ll want to be ready to grab your gift right at that time. There will be 500,000 cards up for grabs.

Chuck E. Cheese is making a return to T-Mobile Tuesdays next week with a deal that offers a free large one-topping pizza with a $5 game purchase. Taco Bell is back, too, giving T-Mo customers their choice of the following items: Chips and Nacho Cheese Sauce, a Crunchy Taco Supreme, or a Mountain Dew Baja Blast.

Rounding out next week’s deals is up to 40% off hotels from Booking.com and $0.10 off per gallon of gas at Shell.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • steveb944

    I figured Starbucks was too good to be true.

    • ericdabbs

      I claimed it although after a 30 min delay.

      • steveb944

        40 for me. Good timing.

  • Jason Cruzado

    The thing about these T-Mobile customer giveaways is when you attempt to claim at a T-Mobile store they usually refuse to give you the item unless you are getting a new line this has been my issue all the time. T-Mobile should make this a mail offer this would prevent any store from refusing to provide what is rightfully the customers Tuesday item.

    • Tufan K Banerjee

      depends,which store you go into,i have been getting each and every one of the freebies,since they started it!i show up early,so they won’t have a excuse that they run out of gifts!

    • Francisco Peña

      Demand to speak with the manager. You don’t need to add a line. That is a shady salesperson, or one that is clueless.

      You show up, hit the redeem button so the timer goes off (only when youa re being helped) and that is it. I’ll bring my family’s phones and do all of them, depending on what it is.

      The bigger issue I have is supplies. I can show up at noon, and the store says “sorry, we have no more”

      • J.J.

        People line up at 9:50 AM so need get there early. By noon time is too late for the good stuffs…

        • Francisco Peña

          I’m taking the morning on Tuesday off so I can go. Our closest store opens at 930. hopefully its warm that day, so people forget.

          I used to show up after work and be able to get stuff. Then no more. Then, I could show up at noon and get stuff. Then no more.
          Now I need to take time off work and stand like its Black Friday…

          Eventually, will need to camp out like its BEST BUY Black Friday.

    • Definitely a sales tactic. I went to redeem a TMO Tuesday and the lady said “okay, let’s pull up your account so you can redeem it!”, and I instantly called her out on it (in a nice way) saying that’s just a sales tactic, she laughed and admitted it. got my stuff and left!

  • Some Guy

    I live in Hawaii and these deals rarely apply to us. I’ll never need the gloves, Chuck E Cheese doesn’t accept these deals, and we don’t have any theaters that partner with Atom anymore. I’m also not giving Taco Bell all my info for a free taco and I can get gas cheaper elsewhere even with the Shell discount. I know these things are just ways to get us to spend money with their partners but all the crap about them being thankful we’re customers right before they list all these “gifts” that don’t apply to us is starting to get insulting.

    • atown7475

      So move then

  • RealShit

    You guys really care about this free bullshit huh lol

    • ericdabbs

      Why are there always people who come in who think they are too cool for this. I mean this is not like a dog collar or something which I could care less about. I find these touch screen gloves to be useful in the cold whether I use it for smartphone or not. Also they don’t feel super cheap and are comfortable.

  • EF

    Figures, right at 4 pm the app fails to load anything. Must have overwhelmed the system.

    • SurvivingSunnyvale

      Yup. System crashed.

      Their IT probably wasn’t informed or budgeted to handle the load.

      • Darnell

        They must have setup the 4PM time because they felt it was the time of lowest app usage. Until they made it the time greater than their systems could handle. Some smart thinking there T-Mobile (sarcasm). SMH…

        This one definitely gave Starbucks promotion hype more than making T-Mobile look like an attractive carrier. It’s hard to convince potential customers a carrier that can’t keep its app running, can handle call and data loads.

  • impasse

    did anyone’s store have gloves that were larger than the s/m size mine had?