T-Mobile is following up on its latest advertisement for Samsung's new Galaxy Note 9 by giving away a total of nine Ocean Blue variants of the device for its newest T-Mobile Tuesdays promotion. What's more, those who win one of the phablets will be given a total of $372 intended to cover applicable taxes and other costs associated with the prize. Samsung's flagship ships with either 128GB or 512GB of storage space, expandable by up to 2TB via a microSD card. That's backed up by 6GB RAM and the octa-core Snapdragon 845 SoC for customers in the U.S. Beyond that, the Galaxy Note 9 features dual 12-megapixel cameras backed by A.I. and a Snapdragon 845 SoC packed behind a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display. A redesigned S Pen with a new Bluetooth module and features is included in the package as well. It also typically costs between $1,000 and $1,250, making this an excellent opportunity to pick one up for free.
Both customers and non-customers appear to be eligible for this particular giveaway. So anybody who's interested is going to want to either navigate to the T-Mobile Tuesdays website or download the Android app to take part. Entry can be accomplished by playing a quick chance-based game after accessing either of those so the process is relatively straightforward. However, as its name suggests, those wanting to take the opportunity to try and win a Galaxy Note 9 will need to enter on Tuesday. Similarly, current customers will only be able to access the additional offers from this week and month on Tuesday.
The latest addition to T-Mobile's promotional giveaway and discount offers stacks on top of a weekly free FanDuel fantasy baseball pick throughout the month, which can net winners up to $1,000. Meanwhile, those who are customers of the carrier can snag a one-night disc rental from Redbox without charge or a free "online course diploma and toolkit" from Shaw Academy. Last but not least, T-Mobile is offering customers a 30-percent discount and free shipping on select Reebok products. Those other offers aren't necessarily as appealing as winning a Galaxy Note 9 but are decent enough perks with consideration for the fact that one only needs to be a T-Mobile customer to get in on the action.