T-Mobile Tuesdays will include a free Whopper and a meal kit deal next week


T-Mobile wants you to end your 2019 with a free burger.

On Tuesday, December 31st, T-Mobile customers can score a free Whopper from Burger King. That’s not the only food deal that T-Mo is offer next Tuesday, because T-Mobile subscribers can also get 3 weeks of meals from EveryPlate for $2.49 each plus free shipping. EveryPlate is a meal kit service that ships ingredients and instructions to your door to help make dinner easier.

Rounding out next week’s T-Mobile Tuesdays offers is $0.10 off per gallon of gas from Shell, up to 40% off hotels from Booking.com, and your choice of one of the following three items from Taco Bell: Chips and Nacho Cheese Sauce, a Crunchy Taco Supreme, or a Medium Soft Drink.

Next week’s grand prize winner will receive $2020 to celebrate the new year. The winner will also get $865 to cover taxes or other expenses.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • JG

    Clarification please

    T-Mobile subscribers can also get 3 weeks of meals from EveryPlate for $2.49 each plus free shipping

    Is that $2.49 for each of the 3 weeks? (And if so, how many meals per week do/can we get?)

    Or is it $2.49 per meal during the 3 weeks? (Again, how many meals can we get?)

    • Andrew

      It’ll be per meal and it’s probably either 1 or 2 meals a day

  • Disqus5218

    Here’s the issue I have with TMobile’s “free food” things. They rarely have a no beef/pork option. The TacoBell one used to be only beef, couldn’t sub beans in. The Whopper doesn’t become a discount on an Impossible Whopper, now EveryPlate seems to be only beef. I get that most people eat beef, but a “chicken only” option would be great, or at least not having to dig that far into EveryPlate’s crappy site that prevents you from going back a page to see they don’t offer beef/porkless options. Looks like I have to pick 3 meals, and only two seem porkless as I shouldn’t have to research “chicken sausage” as some chicken hot dogs are in pork casings. BlueApron and alike have vegetarian options.

    I’m not throwing shade on those who eat pork/beef, I’m saying EveryPlate is neglecting some of the market, when they cater to it easily enough. Easier to ship veggies anyways iirc.

    • JLV90

      Majority of people might want meat I haven’t heard of this service before so they probably don’t have enough customers to cater to vegetarians