Prizes Announced for Next Week's T-Mobile Tuesdays

While T-Mobile Tuesdays started out a bit rough - a bit rougher for Domino's than T-Mobile - it has since quieted down a bit. Although T-Mobile is still offering some amazing prizes, their app seems to be able to handle all the traffic now. Which is good to see. Yesterday, T-Mobile gave out a number of prizes, which included round trip airfare to anywhere in the US as the grand prize. Now, T-Mobile has already turned their attention to next week, and what the Un-carrier has in store for users next week.

The theme for next week is all about gas. As you can probably tell from the list of prizes below, the sponsor next week is Shell. The grand prize is a $50,000 check for buying a new car, which also comes with a $2,080 Shell gift card, which is good for a year worth of Shell gasoline. There will also be 25 first place winners who will get a $160 Shell gift card to buy a month worth of gas. There are 200 second place winners who get a $40 gift card for Shell gasoline.

As far as the free prizes go, there's not much new here. Everyone will get $15 in Lyft credit, as well as a VUDU movie rental and a free small Wendy's Frosty. Shell is also giving everyone a $0.25 per gallon discount on gas at their stations around the country. This is going to be good for up to 20 gallons of gas (about $5 off of a tank fill up).

Tons of great prizes here to be won next week in T-Mobile Tuesdays, and it's a great way to cap off the end of the Summer (although it's not officially over until around the end of September). There's no trips being given out this week, but who would complain about getting a brand new car, for free? Remember, to take advantage of T-Mobile Tuesdays, you do need to download the app which is in the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store (for those using iOS). This is also needed to be able to redeem your prizes that come out on T-Mobile Tuesdays.

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