Next Week's T-Mobile Tuesdays Sponsored by The Grommet

After this past week's T-Mobile Tuesday, where it was all about giving (it did take place on "Giving Tuesday" after all), the company is back to offering up some sweet prizes for their customers, next week. For December 6th, T-Mobile will be giving out gift cards to spend at The Grommet. There will be one grand prize winner who will get $2,600 to spend at The Grommet. However instead of getting one big gift card, T-Mobile is giving out 26 $100 gift cards, so the winner can share them. In addition to that, the grand prize winner also receives a $1,115 check to cover any taxes and other expenses. There will also be 50 first place winners who get a $250 gift card to The Grommet and 500 second place winners get a $25 gift card.

Now as for the other prizes that T-Mobile will be giving out this week, customers can expect a free Inkly greeting card and a free appetizer at Red Robin, worth up to $5. In addition to that, T-Mobile customers can also get $12 off of their order at The Grommet. Not quite as good as winning a $250 gift card or even the $2,600 grand prize, but that's still a nice prize for anyone that shops at The Grommet often.


Customers who have used T-Mobile Tuesdays before will notice that they have swapped out the Lyft and Wendy's prizes this week. So instead of getting a free small Frosty from Wendy's and a free ride from Lyft, you get a free Inkly greeting card, an appetizer at Red Robin and $12 off at The Grommet. It's a nice change of pace for T-Mobile Tuesday's. Remember that to take full advantage of these prizes, you need to redeem (and in most cases, actually use them) before midnight PST on Wednesday, December 7th - you'll want to read the fine print there. Making it a great idea to head to Red Robin after work on Tuesday and grab some food.

As always, you can claim these prizes through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app beginning on Tuesday at about 2AM PST. Any customer is eligible, as long as your account is in good standing (read: it's not past due). The app is available on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, for those that do use iOS devices.

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