Fans of Kesha and Macklemore who happen to be T-Mobile subscribers can get tickets to this year's Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore for only $30 a pop as part of this week's T-Mobile Tuesdays, but only while supplies last. Those tickets are, in most cases, lawn and general admission offerings, but they represent massive savings over even the cheapest comparable options. At a venue in Tampa, Florida, for example, the cheapest seats available to buy are $30.50 face value, which does not include processing fees, taxes, and other considerations. The lawn seats, meanwhile, are not being sold to the general public; the swath of dirt-cheap real estate up above the nosebleeds will only have T-Mobile customers mulling about at this venue, which potentially means that things will be less crowded than usual, allowing you to stretch your legs on the grass or spread out a blanket and enjoy a mid-concert picnic. This is all made possible, of course, because T-Mobile is an official sponsor of the tour. Some tour stops will even have special lounge areas and upgrades just for T-Mobile customers.
Other goodies for this week include summer-themed sweepstakes where customers can win a themed summer tote full of T-Mobile branded goods like a frisbee, cup, and sunglasses. A $2 Dunkin Donuts gift card is also on board, along with a $2 standard-definition movie rental from Vudu. FIFA fans can also get free digital World Cup stickers from Panini, and finally, those who want a little help in taking care of Father's Day can get a card mailed out to dear old dad, or whoever may have served that role in your life, for free. The card is made in the Felt app, and comes in your own handwriting. You can also pay to have cash or gift cards put in with the card.
T-Mobile Tuesdays has a history of striking a good balance between low-value freebies, big contest prizes and big savings on items ranging in price from dirt cheap all the way up to orders well into the hundreds of dollars. This promotion is no exception, and may represent the most dramatic savings ratio yet; on average, customers who would otherwise buy the cheapest seats possible will be saving around 40-percent with this promotion, according to T-Mobile.