T-Mobile giving customers free Redbox rental next Tuesday

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Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday deals have been revealed, and the good news is that there are a couple that’ll help keep you busy if you’re quarantined at home.

On March 24th, T-Mobile customers can get a free 1-night disc rental from Redbox and a free 4-week online course from Shaw Academy. The usual $0.10 per gallon of gas discount for Shell will be available, too.

T-Mo hasn’t announced a contest for next week.

We previously heard that T-Mobile customers will be able to claim their free MLB.TV subscription on March 24th, but the official T-Mobile Tuesdays webpage doesn’t have any mention of the deal quite yet and T-Mo’s website only says that the offer is “coming soon”.

Some folks might be concerned about the deal due to the coronavirus and the news that the MLB is pushing back the start of the 2020 season. As of one week ago, T-Mobile’s official support was still telling customers that the offer will be available starting March 24th. It’s possible that T-Mo will make an official announcement in a day or two, but whatever is happening, hopefully we’ll hear more soon.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • resource

    Why not the Vudu/Redbox digital rental credit to keep people home?

    • Joe

      You’d think that would the smart move to do. XD

  • CarlKL

    Now I wouldn’t touch those filthy machine and discs. not even with a 10-foot pole.

    • Trevor Ketch

      Indeed. I just assume peeps pick noses / seats and touch discs.

    • the martian ambassador

      I usually take advantage of the Redbox offer, but I’ll pass for the time being. I have been a Netflix DVD subscriber for going on 2 decades, but I cancelled that last week and switched to their streaming service for the foreseeable future.

      • Tommy Bayshore

        smart move, DVD’s are prehistoric. i dont think i know anyone who has a dvd player.

  • Willie D

    Considering last week there was nothing at all, I think it’s best for the program to end.

  • Tommy Bayshore

    Not to be mean, but who on earth would use a video/dvd service, everything is SO cheap online, to stream etc… its kind of a no brainer, by the time you waste your time driving to the “redbox”, spending money on gas, watching a movie, taking the movie back etc… you could just have Netflix, i mean even buy the movie with Disney+ for $20, maybe people are that hard up, if so thats sad :(