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get $50 Costco cash card when activate a T-Mobile line and bring your own device, Warehouse only deal.

http://membershipwireless.com//co...8_TMO_BYOD

New post paid line of service required
Device payment activation required
Costco Cash Card via online redemption via mypromochoice.com

Offer valid 3/1 - 3/8/18

Thinking about activating my 3rd and 4th T-Mobile ONE line with this promo. Then buy 2 iphone 8 to get $700 back.

offer date extended to 3/15/18. Thanks QkTreasures for the info
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T-mobile 4 lines for $140:
Bring the whole family together with T-Mobile ONE™. Get 3 lines of unlimited talk, text, and data on your smartphone, and your 4th line is on us, after bill credits with AutoPay—that's just $35/line.

Limited-time offer; subject to change. Qualifying credit and plan required. Credit applied to lowest cost line added while offer is available. Credit may take up to 2 bill cycles; cancel any of the paid lines and credits will stop. $5 more/line without AutoPay. Not eligible for Kickback. Limit 1 offer per account. On all T-Mobile plans, during congestion, the small fraction of customers using >50GB/month may notice reduced speeds until next bill cycle due to prioritization. Capable device required.

T-mobile 2 iPhone 8 and get $700 prepaid card
Limited time offer; subject to change. Sim starter kit, qualifying credit, service, 1 port-in, and finance agreements for both devices required. iPhone 8 (64GB): $0 down and $29.17/mo x 24, pre-rebate price $700. iPhone 8 Plus: $79.99 down and $30/mo x 24, total price $799.99. 0% APR. If you cancel wireless service, remaining balance becomes due. For well-qualified customers. Tax on pre-rebate price for both devices due at sale. Max 6/account. Rebate up to $700 on device of equal or lesser value via Prepaid MasterCard® Card. This Card is issued by Sunrise Banks N.A., Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Mastercard International Incorporated. Mastercard is a registered trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated. Use of this card constitutes acceptance of the terms and conditions stated in the Cardholder Agreement. Cards will not have cash access and can be used everywhere Mastercard debit cards are accepted. Must be active and in good standing when card is processed. Allow 8 weeks. May not be combined with some offers and discounts (e.g., Carrier Freedom).

https://www.t-mobile.com/offers/a...hone-deals

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https://upsmychoicedeals.com/#ven...1368558452 is a better deal, imo.

https://upsmychoicedeals.com/#ven...1368558452 gives you free sims and $100 card. And you do not have to have a device ready to 'bring in'.

Any other perks with costco?
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https://upsmychoicedeals.com/#ven...1368558452 [upsmychoicedeals.com] is a better deal, imo.

https://upsmychoicedeals.com/#ven...1368558452 [upsmychoicedeals.com] gives you free sims and $100 card. And you do not have to have a device ready to 'bring in'.

Any other perks with costco?
Costco perks in addition to the $50 costco cash card:
  1. No activation fee ($25 per phone saved)
  2. Cancellation at Costco is 30 (or 90) days vs 14 days for direct purchase from T-mobile
  3. No restocking fee if line is cancelled vs. $50 per line for direct purchase from T-mobile

Applause But I think you are right, that upsmychoicedeals.com/#vendor/514875fabd68631368558452 looks better:
DESCRIPTION

Ready to switch or add a line? Receive these extra savings on top of current T-Mobile Offers and Promotions:

*Get a $100 Visa Reward Card with each new line of T-Mobile ONE and Simple Choice when you call and purchase.

*The $25 per line SIM activation fee is waived on each new line of T-Mobile One and Simple Choice when you call and purchase.

*Exclusive $100 Visa Reward Card and waived SIM fee offer only available by calling 844.786.2964 to purchase and activate. Please request promo BNFTSVS18. Shipping is fast and free! Talk with a T-Mobile Expert today!

*Limited time offer; subject to change. See T-Mobile One details at www.t-mobile.com. New paid line of qualifying, postpaid voice and data service required for reward card and instant savings, only available when purchasing through Telesales. The OmniCard Visa Reward Card is issued by MetaBank ®, Member FDIC, pursuant to license by Visa USA Inc. Use your Visa Reward Card everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted. No Cash or ATM Access. Card terms and conditions apply. Qualifying line of service must be in active and good status when card is processed. Please allow up to 12 weeks to receive card. Maximum 12 lines.
so the game plan will be:
1) call 844.786.2964 and request promo BNFTSVS18 to activate my 3rd and 4th line. Ask if may be code PHONE50 would work if I buy 2 iPhones with them, otherwise buy iphones from Costco
2) call 1-800-937-8997 to port in a number and ask how to do the trade in
3) must make trade in request at time of purchase Go to Costco for the BOGO iPhone which will also get you $25 Costco cash card https://membershipwireless.com/53...4gb-silver

4) submit the rebate form by March 14, https://promotions.t-mobile.com/O...0X1D811809
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https://upsmychoicedeals.com/#ven...1368558452 is a better deal, imo.

https://upsmychoicedeals.com/#ven...1368558452 gives you free sims and $100 card. And you do not have to have a device ready to 'bring in'.

Any other perks with costco?
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get $50 Costco cash card when activate a T-Mobile line and bring your own device, Warehouse only deal.

http://membershipwireless.com//co...8_TMO_BYOD

New post paid line of service required
Device payment activation required
Costco Cash Card via online redemption via mypromochoice.com

Offer valid 3/1 - 3/8/18

Thinking about activating my 3rd and 4th T-Mobile ONE line with this promo. Then buy 2 iphone 8 to get $700 back.
An even better deal is to get free sims from mworks solutions they offer free 100$ MasterCard gc with new line and then go to Costco for the bogo which will also get you $25 Costco cash card so $125 profit per line and new phone along with a phone kit cost o offers, look for the thread on tmobile 4 line for 140 the mworks solutions phone and code is buried there

Ups seems same deal but doesn't it require a fee?
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An even better deal is to get free sims from mworks solutions they offer free 100$ MasterCard gc with new line and then go to Costco for the bogo which will also get you $25 Costco cash card so $125 profit per line and new phone along with a phone kit cost o offers, look for the thread on tmobile 4 line for 140 the mworks solutions phone and code is buried there

Ups seems same deal but doesn't it require a fee?
Did you click my link? Did you see the offer and who it is from?

Did you see that I posted in the early Feb tmobile bogo/4for140 thread and put in the wiki the link you seem to be referring to?


I do agree that going through the byod $100 mastercard per paid line than buying phones at costco is the better deal on 3 or more new lines.

The $100 gift card deal seems to want to reject honoring the gc on free line, so if you are just doing the bogo line, it is kinda tied as which to do.
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This will be a stupid question, but I'm having a hard time finding an answer. With their add a line get a line promo. Can I add two lines, then shift my current tmobile lines, to those new lines, then cancel the original lines so I can get the promo?
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Can either of these deals apply when doing the 55+ TMobile One plans?
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Can either of these deals apply when doing the 55+ TMobile One plans?
55+ plan is restricted to 2 lines so you can't do the add a line and get the 4th free. As for iPhone BOGO it only requires a port in rather than add a line so 55+ plan should be fine. But call and ask T-Mobile to be sure, let us know what they say.
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This will be a stupid question, but I'm having a hard time finding an answer. With their add a line get a line promo. Can I add two lines, then shift my current tmobile lines, to those new lines, then cancel the original lines so I can get the promo?
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Can someone walk me throu please, I am a little confused. So I added the two line with UPS promo code and still waiting for the SIM card to arrive in the mail. So when should I go to costco to pick up the BOGO Iphone? and does the BOGO required adding new line? since I already have the two new line I would not need new lines from costco. I confused.
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Can either of these deals apply when doing the 55+ TMobile One plans?
You get 2x $50 rebate cards at Costco if you open the 55+ plan with them. The 55+ plan is not eligible for rebates at the other sites.
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So I wonder if this deal also applied to data only lines as I'm on a very old legacy grandfathered rate plus data plan but I'm already at my Max of 5 voice lines I am however eligible for up to 3 more data only lines for tablets, Hotspot, wearable, Etc.

I called my local Costco store & they said this promo would apply to data only lines too but I'm kinda wondering if that is actually the case? He did say I would need to bring in a IMEI # of the device I want the data only lines for.

I wonder if a IMEI # of a spare unlocked GSM phone would do the trick or does it need to be a tablet, hotspot, wearable or Etc. Thank you very much!! 😀

All the best,
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Do you have to be a Costco member to get these deals?
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