Score a Spider-Man: No Way Home ticket on T-Mobile Tuesdays for $4


Now that cinemas have started to reopen, many are already looking forward to when they can start watching a movie on the big screen once again. And now that the much anticipated Spider-Man: No Way Home is about to hit theaters, it should be on the top of your list. 

The excitement over this movie is so high that ticket prices have even been sold on eBay at a ridiculously high price. Rumor has it that tickets have been sold at up to $10,000. All for a chance to be one of the first to watch the newest Marvel action film. 

For all T-Mobile and Sprint customers, there is good news. You don’t need to cough up $10,000 to be among the first to watch the movie on the big screen. All you need to do is to check your T-Mobile Tuesdays app for an affordably-priced ticket. 

In partnership with Atom, you can get a ticket to watch the film for only $4. There should be some other offers to watch the film via the rewards app. You might be able to score a free Wendy’s breakfast sandwich or a complimentary Gopuff ice cream. 

If you are interested in this reward, you simply need to check the instructions on the T-Mobile Tuesdays app starting next week. 


Source: PhoneArena

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  • TheTruthIsOutThere

    Nope. Not heading to a COVID spreader event…

    I prefer to watch movies on my 65″ TV.

    • Sayahh

      ^ This. I’ve watched the first two on BluRay, and that was before the pandemic. There are no must-see movies IMO, not when it would literally mean life or death. I got sxared when there was that shooting at The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, yet somehow the ppl who think that 5G will give you COVID scares me more.

      • Francisco Peña

        Stay home then. You can easily get shot walking the street, or getting hit by a car doing the same.

        Take precautions and folks will be fine, like the OG is scared about. Buy the tickets and go on an off time then.

        I’ll be using my tickets.

        • Sayahh

          Me: I’m staying home as much as possible.

          Peña: stay home then.

          I can get hit by a car or a plane in my home, too. The problem is that antivaxx ppl not wearing masks and coughing is more like driving next to a blindfolded driver than a driving while texting driver. Why risk catching a deadly variant? Vaccinated ppl can still die. One illness under America’s healthcare system can bankrupt most people. No movie’s worth that. You do you, but there are ppl who depend on me to not get sick.

        • Francisco Peña

          Vaccinated people can have the same viral loads as unvaccinated with Covid. Plenty of reports of large settings of vaccinated people getting Covid, so to be freaked out at non vaccinated people is absurd. If you got Covid, it could easily be from a vaccinated person too. Don’t let fear keep you from enjoying life.

        • Sayahh

          “Plenty of reports of large settings of vaccinated people getting Covid, so to be freaked out at non vaccinated people is absurd.”

          You think to think that I am denying that vaccinated ppl don’t get breakthrough cases in large settings. I wear masks and don’t go to events, especially those with large group setting, even if ppl are carded, especially if I dannot socially distance because I automatically assume that ppl are either unvaccinated or vaccinated but asymptomatic. Not solely freaked out at unvaccinated people, only angry at them. Why should I get COVID when I can minimize my exposure? The ppl that say that everyone will catch it anyway are also the kind of ppl who insist on having unprotected sex and insisting that everyone will catch herpes anyway: not a self-fulfilling prophecy, but not taking any precaustions whatsoever. People who wear condoms can still catch STDs and/or pregnant: that doesn’t mean that everyone should have unprotected sex at orgies. You accusing me over freaking out at thr unvaccinated ppl is like you accusing me pf freaking out over ppl who do not wear protection when people who do wear protection also catch diseases (less likely, though). Except COVID travels through the air, which is why I avoid all parties and weddings. Again, you do you, and your advise to not live in fear is mutually exclusive of unvaccinated ppl somehow being equally safe to be around as vaccinated ppl. How do you think the vaccinated ppl (most likely) get infected by in the first place? And then, after being exposed to either asymptomatic vaxxed ppl or unvaxxed liars, they foolishly go out and party sans masks and, surprise! Breakthrough cases.

    • MissedCall

      I prefer you watch them there too.