It’s another whopper of a discount from T-Mobile: $4 movie tickets.
The wireless carrier has partnered with Twentieth Century Fox Film to provide five opportunities to see a movie in theaters for $4 apiece. The first of these “T-Mobile Tuesdays” deals becomes available on Jan. 23.
You must be a T-Mobile customer to redeem these offers. If you aren’t a customer and aren’t interested in switching carriers, don’t despair — just check out “15 Super-Easy Ways to Save Big Bucks at the Movies.”
Come Jan. 23, T-Mobile customers can claim their first $4 ticket in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. It’s for the sci-fi action movie “Maze Runner: The Death Cure,” which arrives in theaters on Jan. 26.
You can redeem the $4 ticket in the Atom Tickets app. You have until Jan. 28 to redeem it.
The four other movies that customers will be able to see for $4 apiece are:
- “Red Sparrow”
- “Deadpool 2”
- “Alita: Battle Angel”
- “Dark Phoenix”
These discounts grew from one that T-Mobile offered last year. The company explains:
“Last year, T-Mobile and Twentieth Century Fox Film teamed up with Atom Tickets for ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ to bring Un-carrier customers discounted tickets, and the deal was such a hit, it paved the way for this more extensive partnership. T-Mobile customers love the big screen — in fact, movies are the No. 1 most popular deal on T-Mobile Tuesdays.”
The T-Mobile Tuesdays app is also one customers should consider downloading even if they are not interested in $4 movie tickets. The app helps you redeem any of the freebies or deals T-Mobile offers its customers every Tuesday.
More than 63 million T-Mobile Tuesdays freebies and deals were given out last year alone, according to the company, which likes to refer to itself as the “Un-carrier.”
If you’re a T-Mobile customer and a movie fan, also check out “T-Mobile Offers Free Netflix to Movie Lovers.”
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