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T-Mobile Tuesdays Game Sweepstakes

From : January 5, 2021, 5:00 am
To : January 12, 2021, 4:59 pm
Draw Date : January 14, 2021

50 United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico

Sweepstakes is posted on : January 6, 2021

Win Type : Gift
Total ARV Value : $3251
Entry Type : entries on daily basis.
Difficulty Level : Moderate ( 5 out of 10 )

Have you ever heard about T-Mobile Tuesdays Game? This is a really fantastic game that goes LIVE every week with awesome prizes. This week, they are knocking on your door to giveaway free gift card to fill your tank with free gas for a year. Along with this, the winner will receive a car Wi-Fi hotspot and cash for SyncUP Drive service. So hurry up and enter the T-Mobile Tuesdays Game to grab this golden opportunity to win these amazing prizes from T-mobile.

Limit: Per mobile number per email address one gameplay is allowed. Participants must be at least 13 years old or older as of the date of entry.

How to Enter the T-Mobile Tuesday’s Game Sweepstakes:

During the promotion period, follow the below ways to get entry into the sweepstakes:

T-Mobile Customers:

Use T-Mobile Tuesdays App: Download T-Mobile Tuesdays App through iTunes and Google Play. After that, follow online instructions to participate in this game. Once you registered, you will receive a confirmation code via SMS to your T-Mobile phone number. You must enter the code into the “Enter Code Here” field in order for confirmation. Then, click on “Enter Now” or a similar button to play the game.

Non-T-Mobile & Non-Sprint Customer play: To play the game, just visit amoe.t-mobiletuesdays.com and follow on-instructions to register for a chance to receive one Gameplay.

T-Mobile Tuesdays Week #240 Sweepstakes Winners Selection:

One grand prize winner will be selected randomly on or about January 14, 2021, and contacted via phone within approximately two business days after the drawing. Upon receiving notification, the winner must follow the instructions to complete the prize claim and verification processes

T-Mobile Tuesdays Week Prizes:

One grand prize winner will receive the below prizes:

  • A free Shell gas for one year in a form of eight (8) – $250 Shell gift cards;
  • A SyncUP Drive, a car Wi-Fi hotspot and tracking app device (ARV: $96)
  • One year of SyncUP Drive service (ARV: $180)
  • $975 cash

Play T-Mobile Tuesdays Game Sweepstakes at T-MobileTuesdays.com for a chance to win over 50000 free gift code to enjoy shopping at Walmart, Target or Grubhub.

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T-Mobile Tuesdays weekly contests have been getting owned by bots

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If there’s something that has the potential to be cheated, people will usually try to cheat it. T-Mobile Tuesdays is the latest victim, as eagle-eyed redditors discovered a month or two ago. For some reason, a huge portion of winners were coming from a small town in Pennsylvania, with T-Mobile admitting to CNBC that bots were to blame.

As many of you probably know, T-Mobile Tuesdays is an app that gives away discounts and free things, ranging from t-shirts and stocks to full-on vacations, every Tuesday to T-Mo (and now Sprint) subscribers. T-Mobile publishes the winners of bigger-ticket items, and some customers noticed that many winners seemed to be coming from a town called Chadds Ford in Pennsylvania. For some reason, out of the 175 winners in March and May, a town with a population of 3,700 had 24 winners, with the gift cards adding up to $4,000. Those 24 wins in the span of two months are more than Chicago, Utah, and the state of New York have each had since the T-Mobile Tuesdays program started in January 2018.

@TMobile TMobile Tuesdays is RIGGED for someone with ties to ChaddsFord, PA!
NO WAY in a town of 3700 have THIS MANY PEOPLE WON LEGIT!!
It’s MAIL FRAUD @FBI ! pic.twitter.com/bApwHjCwFB

T-Mobile told CNBC that this was due to bots submitting multiple entries, though it declined to say much more. Some have been drawing parallels with McDonalds’ McMillions situation, though four grand is obviously a lot less than the $24 million McDonalds gave away under false pretenses, and the engineering behind both is quite different.

According to T-Mo, more safety measures have been put in, and the issue will continue to be monitored. Hopefully this means that more of the money will be going to actual customers now. As a T-Mobile customer, I feel obligated to be bitter about this whole situation, though I keep forgetting to enter the contests in the first place.

If there's something that has the potential to be cheated, people will usually try to cheat it. T-Mobile Tuesdays is the latest victim, as eagle-eyed