T-Mobile Tuesdays will give free coffee and Amazon gift cards next week


Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesdays deals have officially been revealed, and if you’re a coffee drinker then you’re going to want to make some time in your schedule for Tuesday.

On Tuesday, September 29, T-Mobile will be giving its customers a free coffee from Panera. There will be limited quantities available, so you’ll want to be ready to claim your free coffee when the drop happens at 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET on Tuesday.

Also coming next Tuesday is $15 to spend on MLBshop.com and free $5 Amazon gift card when you register in the Klarna shopping app (Android, iOS). And finally, you can score $0.10 off per gallon of gas at Shell.

The contest next week will see three grand prize winners receive a staycation from Booking.com. Each winner will get a 7-day stay at the location of their choice booked through Booking.com, up to a maximum of $250 per night. The staycation must be completed by September 29, 2021.

Each winner will also each receive a $1,000 check to spend on travel-related expenses and another check worth $1,178 for taxes.


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  • steveb944

    Panera? Pass.

    I wonder if MLB really has no limitations. Hope gift card is via Amazon and requiring that separate app.

    • Brian

      The MLB discount has always been one with no limitations. The promo code that you get is used as part of your payment. Hopefully they do have a free shipping promo at the same time. Of course, you have to purchase something that is at least $15 before the discount.

  • TheTruthIsOutThere

    so you’ll want to be ready to claim your free coffee when the drop happens at 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET on Tuesday

    Panera isn’t worth the trouble… Even if the offer was good for the entire week, I would be unlikely to bother dealing with it.

    Update: I just learned that many of the locations in my area have closed after looking them up.

  • YABD

    Tmobile is still a crappie network, I just checked the coverage map and found a lot of non coverage area or black areas, come on tmobile why you keep lying about coverage at its best? Definitely cricket is better than you.

    • Iphart

      Yep, even with all the propaganda I really do not think their coverage has improved that much since 5 years ago.

      • dcmanryan

        Ummm there coverage is not even comparable to 5 years ago. They’ve come a long long way. It’s a night and day difference in most areas.

      • the martian ambassador

        The network has improved considerably over the past couple of years. You really need a phone that supports band 71 to get the best experience on the network. The new T-Mobile branded phones seem to all support this band, but many unlocked phones do not. Always check the fine print for band 71 support.

    • Kenneth Banks

      Then why are you on a T-Mobile blog? Just to say they aren’t as good as Cricket (AT&T)… I’ve been on T-Mobile for 6 or 7 years. During that time I’ve always been given a Verizon work phone. I use to mostly travel to major cities (Chicago, NYC, Orlando, LA. Houston, San Diego, Portland, Vegas) my job now has me in the middle of (Alabama, Oklahoma, Ohio, Louisiana, NY State) I typically get the same service with both carriers most times Verizon is better, last couple years TMo has been better. What kind of a person is a telecom fanboy? Who cares, get the best one based on where you live and need service. Why would it matter? If T-Mobile is bad in your area, don’t get T-Mobile…

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