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AT&T Thanks via ATT is offering select AT&T Thanks Customers Offers listed below for Free valid w/ Eligible AT&T Services/Customers only. Thanks OptimusPrimeAutobot

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  • AT&T Blue Tier Offer (Eligible ATT Wireless, TV and Internet Customers Only)
    • 2-Months Postmates Unlimited Trial Free
      • Note, after 2-Months Trial, auto-renews at $9.99/month unless canceled. Offer valid through June 30, 2020; limit one per promo code per customer
  • AT&T Gold Tier Offer (Eligible ATT Wireless, TV and Internet Customers Only)
    • 6-Months Spotify Premium Trial Free
      • Note, after 6-Months Trial, renews at $9.99/month unless canceled. Offer valid through June 30, 2020; limit one promotional offer per account. New Spotify Subscribers only
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No music interruptions, all your favorite podcasts, and listen anywhere, even offline? Yes, please. Platinum and Gold customers get Spotify Premium free for 6 months with AT&T THANKS® (after 6 months, renews at $9.99/mo. & thereafter unless canceled).*
*Ends 6/30/20. New Spotify Premium subscribers only. Eligibility & restr's apply. Customer can cancel anytime. Limit one (1) promotional offer code per AT&T THANKS account. Add'l restr's apply.


Join Postmates Unlimited for free for 2 months. (After 2 months, auto-renews at $9.99/mo. and thereafter unless canceled). Get anything you're craving from over 500,000 restaurants. Members enjoy benefits like free delivery on all orders over $12, no blitz pricing during peak hours, exclusive offers, and more.
*Ends 6/30/20. Elig. ATT wireless, TV and Internet customers only. Req's ATT THANKS app; Data rates may apply. Customer can cancel any time. Limit one (1) use of Postmates promo code per customer. Taxes and add'l restr's apply. You will be re-directed to postmates.com where Postmates' Terms and Privacy Policy will apply.





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It's funny how T-Mobile Tuesday's started the carrier giveaways, but their included items turned into trash. Every other carrier has been giving away much better items as a part of their monthly giveaways. But thanks for starting all this T-Mobile!
Many years ago, I'd get my gas at an Exxon that was a mile away from my Costco because there were never any lines. It was always two cents a gallon more but saved me a good ten minutes of waiting time – an easy trade.
How is Costco Gas So Cheap?
It's because gas stations are notoriously difficult businesses. If you run a branded gas station (think Shell, Exxon, etc.), the economics of the business are really challenging. You're required to buy a certain amount of gasoline from the brand's refineries, which means 100% of the gasoline isn't from the cheapest possible source. This is because each company adds its own mix of additives and detergents. It's a small percentage but it's there and so the station has to get it. They also pay licensing fees and royalties to the brand much like any other franchise. Lastly, they take all credit cards and can't negotiate special fee structures that would add to the bottom line. That's why most of those gas stations have a convenience store. That's where they make all of their money.

Costco doesn't have to do any of that! They buy whatever gas they want, they obviously don't pay royalties because they're company-owned, and they negotiate great fees from credit card processors. You can only use Visa cards right now and that's because American Express, their previous partner, wasn't willing to give them as good of a deal. Costco isn't cheaper because the gas is cheaper, it's because the economics of the business are completely different. They make money off the gasoline and not off the convenience store.

Conclusion
Costco Gasoline is better than the EPA regulations for additives and detergents.
It's also cheaper. So go when there are no lines and win.
I have AT&T Internet 1000 gigabit fiber connection and am seeing the Postmates offer, but not the Spotify offer. As nice as that Spotify offer is, it's only for new Spotify Premium customers, and I'm already paying for Spotify Premium. I sometimes feel it's dumb of me for passing on all these Spotify multi-month free promotions for new customers, but I'm so locked into my Spotify Premium because I use it more as a music discovery tool and less as a pure music streaming tool that I feel like I can't simply create a new Spotify account and start from scratch. (Yeah, this probably isn't an issue for most people who just want to listen to music.)


T-Mobile Tuesdays definitely had better giveaways in the beginning, but like you, I'm thankful to them for starting this type of promotion. And things like the "Uncarrier" is a bit gimmicky, but it did lead to further competition between them and the other phone carriers, which generally isn't a bad thing for consumers.

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It's funny how T-Mobile Tuesday's started the carrier giveaways, but their included items turned into trash. Every other carrier has been giving away much better items as a part of their monthly giveaways. But thanks for starting all this T-Mobile!
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nothing on my end with att thank app. I am blue member. Thanks op. do you know why not showing up on my end
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I have AT&T Internet 1000 gigabit fiber connection and am seeing the Postmates offer, but not the Spotify offer. As nice as that Spotify offer is, it's only for new Spotify Premium customers, and I'm already paying for Spotify Premium. I sometimes feel it's dumb of me for passing on all these Spotify multi-month free promotions for new customers, but I'm so locked into my Spotify Premium because I use it more as a music discovery tool and less as a pure music streaming tool that I feel like I can't simply create a new Spotify account and start from scratch. (Yeah, this probably isn't an issue for most people who just want to listen to music.)

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It's funny how T-Mobile Tuesday's started the carrier giveaways, but their included items turned into trash. Every other carrier has been giving away much better items as a part of their monthly giveaways. But thanks for starting all this T-Mobile!
T-Mobile Tuesdays definitely had better giveaways in the beginning, but like you, I'm thankful to them for starting this type of promotion. And things like the "Uncarrier" is a bit gimmicky, but it did lead to further competition between them and the other phone carriers, which generally isn't a bad thing for consumers.

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It's funny how T-Mobile Tuesday's started the carrier giveaways, but their included items turned into trash. Every other carrier has been giving away much better items as a part of their monthly giveaways. But thanks for starting all this T-Mobile!
The only thing Tmobile now has is the Shell $0.10 + 0.05 on my account that I use frequently when the prices at Shell are within the price range of Costco.
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The only thing Tmobile now has is the Shell $0.10 + 0.05 on my account that I use frequently when the prices at Shell are within the price range of Costco.
I've been giving away all the Shell rewards because I've been a bit too lazy to compare gas prices between Shell and Costco, where I usually refill. Would you say that on average, Shell prices with the rewards are lower than Costco, or higher?


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nothing on my end with att thank app. I am blue member. Thanks op. do you know why not showing up on my end
same here, nothing on my end. I'm a gold member. Maybe its by location?
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nothing on my end with att thank app. I am blue member. Thanks op. do you know why not showing up on my end
Eligibility: AT&T postpaid wireless (excludes data-only plans), DIRECTV (excludes AT&T TV NOW), U-verse TV, and AT&T Internet customers (Excludes DSL, Fixed Wireless Broadband and dial-up services) in good standing Excludes Cricket and AT&T PREPAID customers and business accounts.
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I've been giving away all the Shell rewards because I've been a bit too lazy to compare gas prices between Shell and Costco, where I usually refill. Would you say that on average, Shell prices with the rewards are lower than Costco, or higher?


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The prices fluctuated quite a bit. Usually Shell would be $0.10 to $0.25 higher than Costco. (Costco doesn't jack up prices too quickly based on Market flucations, imho)

I use GasBuddy app and it lists all gas locations near me including Costco and prices per gallon.

Before Covid and shelter in place, To me if it was $0.15 higher than Costco, I would go to Shell and not deal with lines while breaking even.

After Covid and shelter in place, I usually only make it to Shell as hours are longer than Costco near my office. The Costco gas cuts off at 7pm and since i go odd hours, Shell is easier.
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same here, nothing on my end. I'm a gold member. Maybe its by location?
AT&T THANKS Gold and Platinum customers get it free for 6 months, it says in the App
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Eligibility: AT&T postpaid wireless (excludes data-only plans), DIRECTV (excludes AT&T TV NOW), U-verse TV, and AT&T Internet customers (Excludes DSL, Fixed Wireless Broadband and dial-up services) in good standing Excludes Cricket and AT&T PREPAID customers and business accounts.

I have AT&T fiber and att prepaid
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I think the uncarrier ruined cell phone deals. I would much rather sign a two year contract and get a great phone for free or $100. Now you have to pay full price, and the monthly bill isn't any lower.
Contracts are not a big deal. I plan on having cell service for a long time, and since I can't build and install my own towers everywhere, I am fine with a contract.
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I couldn't find this deal in the thanks app, but going through AT&T's website I was able to find it for my account
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