T-Mobile customers can get free coffee next Tuesday

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T-Mobile wants to buy you a cup of coffee next Tuesday.

On Tuesday, March 3rd, T-Mobile customers can get a coffee from Panera Bread. There will be limited quantities available, though, so if you’d like a free coffee, you’ll want to be online for the “coffee drop” at 11:00 am PT/2:00 pm ET on Tuesday.

Also coming next week is an extra 20% off everything from Banana Republic. This deal can be used with other offers, so if you’ve got another Banana Republic deal saved, this may be the time to use it.

Rounding out next week’s deals will be $0.10 off per gallon of gas at Shell.

T-Mobile says that there is no sweepstakes planned for next week.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • SurvivingSunnyvale

    Panera Bread still exists?

    Most of the locations I know have closed.

    • Deadeye37

      There’s one at the mall by me. I never go there and definitely won’t for free coffee.

      • forbidinjustice

        Same. Right next to the mall and I never go unless they drop a free item in the app. Not worth fighting people for a free coffee (remember the servers crashing during the $3 Sbux promo on 12/10/19?) and the coffee isn’t that great anyway.

  • Raylz

    Panera isn’t the best choice for coffee should have been Dunkin or Starbucks. The only good thing from next week is the Redbox deal until Redbox completely shuts down

    • dcmanryan

      I sure miss the days of the Dunkin codes stacking. I still have $15 left of well over $100.

    • Brandon Robinson

      even mcdonalds would be a better option (not that i like mcdonalds coffee)

  • Acdc1a

    Good for free I suppose. Panera has no compelling reason to visit though. Here’s a cup of soup and a sliver of meat between two thin slices of bread for $11.

    • Brandon Robinson

      right or a “healthy” salad soaked in high fructose corn syrup for $12

  • steveb944

    Dang I guess Taco Bell is gone for good. It’s been pretty weak since they left.

  • Darnell

    And the usual Time boxed offer, everyone opens the app and they can’t handle the load. Great job, from a company that sells bandwidth, they can’t sustain load to their own app. And this has happen like how many times? And they still can’t handle load for time fixed offers?