T-Mobile Tuesdays program turns one, brings back all the best gifts, discounts and a special ‘thankathon’

Can you believe it’s been almost a year since Magenta changed the traditional carriers’ loyalty-rewarding game with its 11th “iconic” Un-carrier move known simply as T-Mobile Tuesdays?

It all feels so near and yet so far away, seeing as how T-Mo still finds sweet new ways to spoil its customers and incentivize potential switchers every week while already unleashing the Un-carrier 12.0 and Next wireless revolutions.

To properly celebrate the upcoming first anniversary of the T-Mobile Tuesdays program, some  of the “greatest hits” will play again on June 6, including free trucker hats for y’all, $0.25 off Shell fuel and two gratis Redbox movie or game rentals, one of which you’ll be able to give to a Verizon or AT&T-subscribed friend as a backhanded gift.

That doesn’t sound awfully special or celebratory, but it’s just the beginning of an extraordinary day and discount-packed summer. The real highlight of next week’s T-Mobile Tuesdays jubilee will be a 12-hour thankathon, with epic hourly prizes starting at 9 am PT ranging from free gas for a year to free movie tickets for a year, $2,000 StubHub credit and “much more.”

Meanwhile, you can secure your $4 access to the opening weekend for Wonder Woman today, and expect other identical promotions to arrive “later this summer” for three more Hollywood blockbusters.

Last but not least, T-Mo will partner with Baskin-Robbins to help you stay cool in June, offering free ice cream up to $4 in value on one of four Tuesdays, and a second sundae for $0.99 when you buy the first at regular price each and every week. Sweet!

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Adrian has had an insatiable passion for writing since he was in school and found himself writing philosophical essays about the meaning of life and the differences between light and dark beer. Later, he realized this was pretty much his only marketable skill, so he first created a personal blog (in Romanian) and then discovered his true calling, which is writing about all things tech (in English).