AT&T Says Thanks To Customers With New Benefits Program

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If you're an AT&T customer, the carrier is preparing to show their appreciation for you with a new program that introduces various benefits just for being loyal. The program is called AT&T Thanks, and it kicks off soon as AT&T notes that they'll be starting to offer these rewards to customers in the Summer time. Although AT&T doesn't list off a specific date, Summer is just around the corner. AT&T also states that there are no sign ups or fees and no having to wait to take advantage of the program benefits so customers will be able to jump right in once it starts.

The bulk of the benefits seem to be entertainment-based and include things like movie tickets, pre-sale concert tickets and more, and on top of the benefits that they're going to be launching for everyone, they'll also have personalized offers that are tailored specifically for each customer. For movie buffs, AT&T is having Ticket Twosdays which offers up a free movie ticket when another one is purchased at full price. To get the free movie ticket customers will need to qualify and be on a postpaid plan, and the free ticket is available once per week while the program lasts. Tickets will be compatible with all Regal Entertainment Group theaters as well as other participating theaters.

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For music lovers, AT&T will also be offering pre-sale opportunities on concert tickets and tickets to some of the most popular events, and according to AT&T, "select customers" will also have the chance to get exclusive access to experiences with their favorite artists. The third offer caters to DIRECTV customers, and will offer up exclusive content to subscribers that will be viewable from either their TVs or their mobile device. As for the personalized offers, these will be surprises and will pop up for individuals at random times, and will include things like accessory and device perks, tickets to live events, free data giveaways and more. AT&T notes that these will be limited-time offers, so once they come in customers shouldn't wait on them and will want to accept them as soon as they can.