Today T-mobile announced Sprint customers will be eligible for rewards through its ‘T-mobile Tuesdays’ app starting June 23. Until now, only T-mobile customers could receive the weekly perks and freebies offered through the exclusive app. Now that the merger between the two companies is official as of April 2020, the Un-Carrier is letting its Sprint customers in on the savings and deals.
T-mobile has some big deals planned for this summer, including partnerships with fast food like Burger King, Popeyes, and Baskin-Robbins. This Tuesday, June 23, the app is offering 50 bonus stars for the Starbucks Rewards program, 25 cents off per gallon at Shell, and three months of Postmates unlimited so you can satisfy your hunger cravings without even leaving the house.
Throughout the summer, T-Mobile plans to add additional benefits and prizes totaling $100k. It’s also sending one lucky winner home with a brand new Tesla Model 3.
T-Mobile teased Sprint customers that they’d be getting access to the T-Mobile Tuesdays rewards app, but didn’t give a real launch date. Now that a date is confirmed, be sure to download the app before Tuesday to cash in on all the perks of being a T-Mobile customer.
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