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T-Mobile Tuesdays

T-Mobile Tuesdays

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T-Mobile and Sprint customers: #GETTHANKED like you’ve never been thanked before

4.6 Ratings 372K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads
T-Mobile and Sprint customers: #GETTHANKED like you’ve never been thanked before
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  • Not what it used to be... 😞 Apr 3, 2018

    By NateRoss
    I won’t rehash in detail what numerous others have said, but it’s a shame T-Mobile has reduced their Tuesdays app to what it is now...little more than a coupon app for a couple of dollar discounts or perhaps a free movie rental. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the freebie offers as much as anyone even if I’m not going to get a donut. What is missing is the somewhat entertaining mini games and at least a chance to win some real prizes via interactivity with the app. This was given just for being a T-Mobile customer. It was T-Mo’s way of saying “thanks” and just the opportunity of giveaways along with the little freebies was novel and another first by T-Mo. Unfortunately, that’s now gone and the chance of winning something requires your participation in their marketing via your personal social channels. That’s not saying thanks for being a customer; it’s thanks for helping us with publicity...something all together different. That’s fine to offer, but don’t replace one with the other or the original intent is completely lost. I also appreciate T-Mo’s Kickback per line for lower data usage and paying for Netflix, things also novel in the industry now being copied by others. T-Mo: please bring back the games and opportunities for all your customers to win without asking more marketing. Give people an extra chance to play if they help market, but don’t restrict it only to those who are willing. Remember your roots!
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  • Nothing good is offered anymore Sep 17, 2018

    By ThisGuy473
    When the app first released the items they offered every Tuesday were awesome enough to keep me excited for next Tuesday when the next bout of stuff would come. Now, as one reviewer said, it’s now nothing more than a t-mobile exclusive coupon app (which gives you about as much “free”, useful stuff as any other free, coupon app). The best thing they may have on there now is maybe a free movie from a random movie company. It’s nice when it’s consistent, if it gave consistent free movie rentals from a single provider, I might actually try and sign up, but it is not so currently. Today, I finally deleted the app after having downloaded it the day it was released. I remember when there used to be a free Wendy’s frosty every week. That was awesome. Now, they may have something awesome gets rolled out over two tuesdays (meaning, if you didn’t get it one Tuesday, then you should get it the other Tuesday), I would open the app on both those days and never receive anything. I have tried those staggered release freebies but never seem to be awarded one. T-mobile, you need to evaluate what made t-mobile Tuesday’s so awesome when it launched and compare it to now and fix it. If you do fix it, let us know, but don’t say you fixed it if you didn’t actually fix it.
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  • Jul 29, 2020

    By Deborah Vogler
    I really like some of the items that you give us for Tuesdays but sometimes they're difficult to obtain are get to in a timely manner. And it's nothing ordinary or spectacular that is offered. Maybe offer something for the T-Mobile subscriber which would come in your signature pink color such as a t-shirt or a phone cover excetera excetera. I think that would be nice for all of us T-Mobile customers. I don't eat fast food so a lot of the times those coupons don't do anything for me. Thank you
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  • Improvement would be appreciated! Jan 23, 2019

    By Eandcoen
    I've always loved TMobile Tuesdays. Some of the things are useful, some aren't. But what was always nice was the physical items, like the beanie, the pencil case, the 2019 glasses. Unfortunately, as of 2019, those don't seem to be a thing anymore. My biggest issue with this is the fact that the movie deals don't work at my theatre, my only Dunkin is about 30 minutes away, I don't have a Shell gas station, and I don't have a Panera. This means those physical items were the only thing I really got every month, and I always looked forward to them. I switched from Verizon about 6 months ago, and as God awful as VZW is, they offered a section of "Local Deals". I'm sure it was probably just taken from Groupon or something, but it was always nice. I was always able to find a local deal at a small business around me. PLEASE add this to the app. Please. T-Mobile, you listen to your customers, so please try to add more things for people who may not have a Dunkin or a Panera, and please bring back the physical T-MOBILE branded items.
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  • Jul 23, 2020

    By Larrie Gates
    Love it, free stuff every Tuesday. From free food to travel discounts and everything in between. It's fun to see what I can get each Tuesday. My grandma has never used ant new technology (she still has a flip phone she can barely use) I was able to get 10 free pictures printed up from Walgreens for her.
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Lotan Kane
    This app, and the rewards are trash. Used to have decent rewards when it first came out. Now it's just trash. I'm sure some other people out there find some of them useful, but I personally haven't claimed a single reward from the app in over a year. Just nothing useful to me whatsoever. Just funny it always claims "big, huge, amazing" rewards are waiting for you in the app. Then you look, and it's like, oh, shell gas. Didn't even know shell was still in business lol. Just my opinion though.
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Jackie Hays-Grissom
    What a joke, 4 weeks in and still can't figure out what all the hype is about. It is the exact same stuff every week. There's no game to play, I tap and tap and it doesn't do anything! I thought there was some glitch so I uninstalled/reinstalled, it's the same. What a waste of space on my phone! I don't get it, I don't need stuff for car rentals, hotels, the MLB, online medical, delivery service and I don't get my gas at Shell. Thought there was supposed to be something of substance here. SMH
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  • Used to be really great... May 21, 2019

    By Aurbvtfjsoxmfh
    When we first joined t mobile, we were very impressed that they offered the freebies as a thanks for being a customer. However, after only a few months of actual good offers, they switched what they were offering, and now it’s usually either junk, or token discounts off of things we would never use or buy anyway. I was very disappointed that they changed it, because we added my husband on and talked several people into switching to T-Mobile because of this “going the extra mile” mentality that we thought the company had. We’re not on social media, so can now no longer participate in their games, since now the only way to do that is to allow them advertising via your media pages, and the things like $4 atom movie tickets are only good for the movie of T-Mobile’s choice, not mine, and the ones they choose aren’t ones I’d go see, even for four dollars. Why not give the customer the option to choose their own movie?? If a $4 movie ticket is being offered, what difference does it make which movie we choose? Anyway, the service has gotten so poor that half the time we don’t even bother to check it anymore. When we do, it’s a quick scroll down to realize nothing useful is being offered and we can’t participate in the games without social media, so there’s nothing unique anymore about being a T-Mobile customer.
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Sonni W
    Useless. This app literally had nothing I can utilize. Most of the stuff you offer I don't have in my city or near it. Then when you do it's only at participating stores which again aren't in my area. The only thing that was ever useful was the free Dunkin Donuts but that's gone. Just taking up space on my phone.
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  • It’s free, but... Jan 30, 2018

    By Lord TOM1
    Let me start off by saying I used to love this app. There used to be great prizes, and spinning the wheel or whatever else was exciting. Even the small prizes like one free donut were good. Now that has all gone downhill. It’s great they’re still giving out free stuff, but if the purpose is to reward and entertain loyal customers, this app has become a bust. The minigames are gone, replaced by having to tweet things to enter a giveaway instead. Fun, free prizes are gone, replaced by discounts or BOGO offers. It used to feel like T-Mobile was seeking out the best sponsors to do the best giveaways they could. Now it feels like companies are using this app to get us to spend money with them. Despite my 1-Star review, I’m sure for some people this is a great app. I think that it should continue to exist and function, even in its current state. That being said, I get the feeling many people are disappointed in the turn this app took (myself included) and I wish it would go back to the way it was. I recommend everyone try this app out, maybe you’ll be one of the people who love it. However, if you’re disappointed by the “prizes” like me, just uninstall, it’s not even worth the storage space on your phone.
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  • Jul 23, 2020

    By Larrie Gates
    Love it, free stuff every Tuesday. From free food to travel discounts and everything in between. It's fun to see what I can get each Tuesday. My grandma has never used ant new technology (she still has a flip phone she can barely use) I was able to get 10 free pictures printed up from Walgreens for her.
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  • Revamp the length of time for deals and better deals Jul 2, 2019

    By Gods Woman First
    Most of the time the offers don’t appeal to me or my interests. The offers that are appealing to me expire before I can use them. You need to let them last for at least a week and/or up to a month. And how about giving a choice of movies to choose from. Not everyone is into Si-Fi. How about gasoline offers? Instead of you deciding what drinks at Dunkin’ Donuts you let the person decide what they want to drink. Not everyone drinks lattes. Some people prefer Starbucks over Dunkin’ Donuts. Last but not least some store freebies that don’t expire immediately. Give the option to accept on the app then decide when they can pick it up instead of being at the store first. Thank you BTW I love the sunglasses I got about a year ago
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  • Love my T- Mobile Mar 20, 2018

    By artie.g
    I have had Verizon as my first cell phone carrier way back when there where bag phones. Having them for years I wanted an I phone i could not get one on Verizon. I stayed loyal and didn’t switch until my sister gave me my first iPhone then went to AT&T had them for three iPhones was being overcharged I thought so tried sprint horrible. So decided to go back to AT&T went back with them tried a Samsung four note junk I kept dropping calls AT&T was no help so I bought out my contract and went back to Verizon had them for a year and a half knew I was being overcharged and switch to T-Mobile over a year ago fantastic customer service I’ve never had a problem with my phone and they’re always there to help me so T-Mobile Tuesdays is a plus thank you.
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  • TMobile Jun 9, 2020

    By mamabearof6!
    I love T-Mobile they are really good they’ve got great customer service and they are great at helping you with any problems that you may have and I haven’t seen anywhere that I do not have service and I have been everywhere like even up in the mountains I still have service I love T-Mobile and I love their extra incentives that they gave you like T-Mobile Tuesdays that is the greatest. And when you’re in the military or have been in the military they give you extra incentives you can get magenta which is really cool because you can get a Netflix through T-Mobile and they pay for it and they give you a discount plus if you get it to where your bill is taken straight from your bank account you also save money with that as well
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  • Not like a few years ago Nov 28, 2018

    By mike2thel33
    I tried sharing the shell 25 cent discount with a family member: what a horrible experience. I chose to share it via gmail because iMessage wasn’t available to share with. So after sending it thru gmail, there is a link you have to click. Instead of going straight to the fuel rewards app, it takes u thru a web browser back to the t-mobile Tuesday website. It never worked. It said something stupid about enabling cookies. Cookies are enabled by default or else web sites wouldn’t worked. Absolutely ridiculous. Apparently t-mobile’s developers are just as bad as their customer service reps. If t-mobile wants to be taken seriously like Verizon and ATT, they have a lot of work to do.
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  • Improvement would be appreciated! Jan 23, 2019

    By Eandcoen
    I've always loved TMobile Tuesdays. Some of the things are useful, some aren't. But what was always nice was the physical items, like the beanie, the pencil case, the 2019 glasses. Unfortunately, as of 2019, those don't seem to be a thing anymore. My biggest issue with this is the fact that the movie deals don't work at my theatre, my only Dunkin is about 30 minutes away, I don't have a Shell gas station, and I don't have a Panera. This means those physical items were the only thing I really got every month, and I always looked forward to them. I switched from Verizon about 6 months ago, and as God awful as VZW is, they offered a section of "Local Deals". I'm sure it was probably just taken from Groupon or something, but it was always nice. I was always able to find a local deal at a small business around me. PLEASE add this to the app. Please. T-Mobile, you listen to your customers, so please try to add more things for people who may not have a Dunkin or a Panera, and please bring back the physical T-MOBILE branded items.
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  • T-Mobile Tuesday Deals Jan 8, 2019

    By working cook
    We LOVE T-Mobile Tuesday! Maybe the offers can be based on locations or regions. We live in Los Angeles County and a lot of the deals are not applicable. For example pretzels, the closest vendor did not accept the deal, same for the Carls specials and when we found one that did, they only accepted it on the Tuesday (only one day) and between 3-5 even if the deal lasted for a week. Same for Kroegers. They've closed the Ralphs. ADunkin Donuts finally opened 8 miles from us so now we will use the offer if we are going to be in the area. We love the free t-mobile items but so do others. We tried to get the beanie but we were out of town andby the time we got to the closest store, they were out. So if you work, you need to go during your break or lunchtime because by the end of day, they are out! Overall, we love T-mobile Tuesday and we remind our friends especially when it is something we think they will enjoy. Great job by the team who puts this together!
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  • Jul 2, 2020

    By Zeke Bailes
    Decent prizes offered every week. They're not usually great, but they're free. And if you're expecting to win a contest, just look at the download count (over 10 million). Your chances of winning are less than 1% or 1/500, even if 9/10th (9,000,000) of the app owners aren't playing at that time. Be realistic and don't expect a giant reward; it is highly unlikely to happen. Its free people.
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  • Can't complain about free...! Apr 17, 2019

    By BFK333
    Okay so I'll still complain a bit... Firstly, it's awesome to have a program to get free stuff every week just for being a customer. The disappointing part is that it seems to be going downhill in terms of how exciting or useful the free stuff is. My favorite is definitely the gas discounts, least favorite or exciting being the equivalent of a coupon for Dunkin' Donuts or discounts on high-brow hotels/stores that nobody has heard of, etc. in terms of functionality, the app works just fine. No complaints there! Once again, free is free, so it's just nice when there are sweet deals/free random stuff that you'd never use or try if you didn't get an excuse to try it out, because I pay for my phone either way, so it's cool to sometimes get free stuff out of the deal!
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  • T-Mobile Tuesday Sep 11, 2018

    By 🔔🕕
    Terrific!!Awesome!! Love this & keep it coming! I look forward to my Tuesday Treat each week. I was wearing my “thanked” T-shirt Saturday when someone with another carrier asked how I got the shirt? When I bragged about T-Mobile Tuesdays they said they’re going to think about changing their service. Because they never feel customers are valued by that company. I’ve gotten, used or accessed about 85% of offers. Earlier years pizzas was basically what I would access. The many Improvements throughout years are enjoyed from all T-mobile items, gas, subscription, Dunkin Donuts, etc.,and ... recent pandora...Wow! Hopefully you will add more time for redemption with more items available on Tuesday? Also, stay diligent with training at retail locations, call centers and “team of experts” to assure consistent, quality customer care, service & solutions. I’ve been a loyal T-Mobile customer for decades.(since PrimeCo & all those years of changes.) Staying for decades yet to come 🙂.
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  • Not what it used to be... 😞 Apr 3, 2018

    By NateRoss
    I won’t rehash in detail what numerous others have said, but it’s a shame T-Mobile has reduced their Tuesdays app to what it is now...little more than a coupon app for a couple of dollar discounts or perhaps a free movie rental. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the freebie offers as much as anyone even if I’m not going to get a donut. What is missing is the somewhat entertaining mini games and at least a chance to win some real prizes via interactivity with the app. This was given just for being a T-Mobile customer. It was T-Mo’s way of saying “thanks” and just the opportunity of giveaways along with the little freebies was novel and another first by T-Mo. Unfortunately, that’s now gone and the chance of winning something requires your participation in their marketing via your personal social channels. That’s not saying thanks for being a customer; it’s thanks for helping us with publicity...something all together different. That’s fine to offer, but don’t replace one with the other or the original intent is completely lost. I also appreciate T-Mo’s Kickback per line for lower data usage and paying for Netflix, things also novel in the industry now being copied by others. T-Mo: please bring back the games and opportunities for all your customers to win without asking more marketing. Give people an extra chance to play if they help market, but don’t restrict it only to those who are willing. Remember your roots!
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  • Nothing good is offered anymore Sep 17, 2018

    By ThisGuy473
    When the app first released the items they offered every Tuesday were awesome enough to keep me excited for next Tuesday when the next bout of stuff would come. Now, as one reviewer said, it’s now nothing more than a t-mobile exclusive coupon app (which gives you about as much “free”, useful stuff as any other free, coupon app). The best thing they may have on there now is maybe a free movie from a random movie company. It’s nice when it’s consistent, if it gave consistent free movie rentals from a single provider, I might actually try and sign up, but it is not so currently. Today, I finally deleted the app after having downloaded it the day it was released. I remember when there used to be a free Wendy’s frosty every week. That was awesome. Now, they may have something awesome gets rolled out over two tuesdays (meaning, if you didn’t get it one Tuesday, then you should get it the other Tuesday), I would open the app on both those days and never receive anything. I have tried those staggered release freebies but never seem to be awarded one. T-mobile, you need to evaluate what made t-mobile Tuesday’s so awesome when it launched and compare it to now and fix it. If you do fix it, let us know, but don’t say you fixed it if you didn’t actually fix it.
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  • Jul 29, 2020

    By Deborah Vogler
    I really like some of the items that you give us for Tuesdays but sometimes they're difficult to obtain are get to in a timely manner. And it's nothing ordinary or spectacular that is offered. Maybe offer something for the T-Mobile subscriber which would come in your signature pink color such as a t-shirt or a phone cover excetera excetera. I think that would be nice for all of us T-Mobile customers. I don't eat fast food so a lot of the times those coupons don't do anything for me. Thank you
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  • Who doesn’t love gifts? May 22, 2019

    By John Snow Targarian
    As far as “free” goes, believe me, it’s all in the monthly bill and the money made on all the Harvesting of your personal data and information when you keep downloading apps in order to “use” those so called perks. But the sheeple will continue to ALSO blindly download “free”apps, when I will assure you those developers do not creat apps for free they are ALL harvesting your private data and info. When the day comes that all the tools understand this and agree to join forces with those who have understood this Fact from the start of free apps , then Everyone will insist on legal statements that bind these developers legally to NOT Harvesting and just charge a few bucks for their apps. But the clueless ignorant just LOVE the elusion of all those free apps, and they outnumber the intelligent and informed because the new generations have been dumbed down and numbed up to realities of the modern society. Liberal Education and Big Pharma are the new Nazi Socialist Party and they’ve risen through the ranks to rule once again. Heil’ Deep State Swamp DemonRATS!
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  • LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!!!! THANK YOU!!! Apr 4, 2018

    By MRuiz79
    I thought tmobile Tuesdays would be a couple 15% or 20% discounts from some store if you spend $50 or something like that. In other words free advertising for some stores. This is NOTHING like that. Free stuff every Tuesday. And it’s not free after you buy this or that. It’s just free. And it’s good stuff too. I have gotten free meals. Free Giants umbrella. Free movies. $4 movie tickets. Free dinners. Free Denny’s breakfast. And then there is the free T-Mobile merchandise. They have done umbrellas, scarves, socks, aprons, capes, and some other items. I love when I see T-mobile merch. It’s usually related to a holiday or event. I think the aprons are my fav. Very cool. I have thought about going to another carrier but I wouldn’t want to loose my T-Mobile Tuesday. It’s the day I look forward to each week. The only thing that bothers me is they have changed the games. I hate the new way they have done the games. I’m not a social media person. So it’s excluding a whole group of people. I wish they would go back to the old way they did games.
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  • Jul 14, 2020

    By Kitty Meowmeow
    Hmm...it doesn't have free items. The actual coupons don't seam to ever work. They give you codes to put in but there is no entry portion on the entire app. In addition they give coupons for many things like travel and booking vacations during the corona virus pandemic?? Lol....not sure what to say....i rate it 2 because well just not sure.
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  • Never win anything Nov 26, 2019

    By Ellie 💀💋
    I have been with T-Mobile for over 5 years now. When they first developed this app I joined in, it’s been since then that I haven’t EVER won a grand prize. And it seems like it’ll never happen either! How is it that I have seen the same names pop up as winners, and you can assume who they are just by the names as well. They haven’t had any good offerings as well. It’s always the same thing that no one uses. The best things they’ve had were the free movie tickets to whatever movie as well as the Dunkin’ Donuts card they gave. Other than that it isn’t something I even bother opening anymore. They need to update their “gifts” and actually give people chances to win. JUST NOW I did the “spin to win” for the American eagle gift card. It literally STOPPED right on the 500 yet it said I didn’t win because it wasn’t fully in the center of the 500. Like what? What possible sense does this make?
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  • Jul 14, 2020

    By Coach Dags
    Used to be decent. Then the "deals" stated getting useless, and it's been the same "deals" every week for 7 months. Then merger with sprint says amping up the thankings, and it's still the same "deals" every week. Lies lies lies.
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  • T-Mobile is good but Tuesdays are Not good Jun 23, 2020

    By Tvlg
    Hopefully, T-Mobile will check their reviews. Why not ask your customers what they would prefer to be thanked with? Take a poll, offer alternatives (this for that) for customers not near offerings. Come up with ideas- your a large company, put a team together to brainstorm. The Tuesday “Get Thanked” app was good when I first joined T-Mobile. But it’s become crappy with few to little offers I can use or, interested in using. Some weeks, I don’t open it up. Other weeks, I’ll open (sometimes save items) but, rarely redeem. Exception- the occasional Redbox rental. Gas at shell- not worth it. Can find it cheaper. Travel/hotel/car- I don’t travel often. But it’s offered very frequently. Fast food- poor selections. Would prefer to see Chik-Fil-A or Smoothiefresh. Offer healthy alternatives. But NOT home meal delivery sign ups (commitments). Understanding, you can’t please everyone but, try to do better. You can recoup from these critical reviews. Become the “Mobile carrier leader” who LISTENS to customer feedback, improves and GAINS our trust and more customers. Also, rectify the issues/problems others have expressed when trying to redeem offers.
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  • Bad Coupons unless you’re looking for food May 22, 2020

    By Che Jimenez
    Unless you’re looking for food the coupons are pretty bad. The may seem fine for example the most recent converse coupon 30% off + free shipping not bad right maybe get something you’ve been wanting. However do note that on converse website, any orders $50+ have free shipping and then your coupon doesn’t work. Even the basic converse start at $50 so essentially the coupon is useless unless you look at the sales bin which doesn’t have anything you want anyway or has stuff that is sold out or just in random sizes. Anyway if you’re looking for food and munchies great app even if there are som ridiculous hoops to maneuver through, but for anything else theres just too many hoops for the coupons to be useful.
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Lotan Kane
    This app, and the rewards are trash. Used to have decent rewards when it first came out. Now it's just trash. I'm sure some other people out there find some of them useful, but I personally haven't claimed a single reward from the app in over a year. Just nothing useful to me whatsoever. Just funny it always claims "big, huge, amazing" rewards are waiting for you in the app. Then you look, and it's like, oh, shell gas. Didn't even know shell was still in business lol. Just my opinion though.
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Jackie Hays-Grissom
    What a joke, 4 weeks in and still can't figure out what all the hype is about. It is the exact same stuff every week. There's no game to play, I tap and tap and it doesn't do anything! I thought there was some glitch so I uninstalled/reinstalled, it's the same. What a waste of space on my phone! I don't get it, I don't need stuff for car rentals, hotels, the MLB, online medical, delivery service and I don't get my gas at Shell. Thought there was supposed to be something of substance here. SMH
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  • Used to be really great... May 21, 2019

    By Aurbvtfjsoxmfh
    When we first joined t mobile, we were very impressed that they offered the freebies as a thanks for being a customer. However, after only a few months of actual good offers, they switched what they were offering, and now it’s usually either junk, or token discounts off of things we would never use or buy anyway. I was very disappointed that they changed it, because we added my husband on and talked several people into switching to T-Mobile because of this “going the extra mile” mentality that we thought the company had. We’re not on social media, so can now no longer participate in their games, since now the only way to do that is to allow them advertising via your media pages, and the things like $4 atom movie tickets are only good for the movie of T-Mobile’s choice, not mine, and the ones they choose aren’t ones I’d go see, even for four dollars. Why not give the customer the option to choose their own movie?? If a $4 movie ticket is being offered, what difference does it make which movie we choose? Anyway, the service has gotten so poor that half the time we don’t even bother to check it anymore. When we do, it’s a quick scroll down to realize nothing useful is being offered and we can’t participate in the games without social media, so there’s nothing unique anymore about being a T-Mobile customer.
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Sonni W
    Useless. This app literally had nothing I can utilize. Most of the stuff you offer I don't have in my city or near it. Then when you do it's only at participating stores which again aren't in my area. The only thing that was ever useful was the free Dunkin Donuts but that's gone. Just taking up space on my phone.
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  • It’s free, but... Jan 30, 2018

    By Lord TOM1
    Let me start off by saying I used to love this app. There used to be great prizes, and spinning the wheel or whatever else was exciting. Even the small prizes like one free donut were good. Now that has all gone downhill. It’s great they’re still giving out free stuff, but if the purpose is to reward and entertain loyal customers, this app has become a bust. The minigames are gone, replaced by having to tweet things to enter a giveaway instead. Fun, free prizes are gone, replaced by discounts or BOGO offers. It used to feel like T-Mobile was seeking out the best sponsors to do the best giveaways they could. Now it feels like companies are using this app to get us to spend money with them. Despite my 1-Star review, I’m sure for some people this is a great app. I think that it should continue to exist and function, even in its current state. That being said, I get the feeling many people are disappointed in the turn this app took (myself included) and I wish it would go back to the way it was. I recommend everyone try this app out, maybe you’ll be one of the people who love it. However, if you’re disappointed by the “prizes” like me, just uninstall, it’s not even worth the storage space on your phone.
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