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T-Mobile via T-Mobile Tuesdays App is offering T-Mobile Customers: 90-Day Walmart+ Trial Membership Offer & More for Free via the T-Mobile Tuesdays App [iOS or Android]. 

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Note, offer valid for qualifying T-Mobile/Sprint/Metro Customers only.

Deal Instructions
  1. Download the T-Mobile Tuesday App for Free
  2. Open the App and login to your T-Mobile account
    • Under the 'Home' tab, select the following offers
      • "90-Day Walmart+ Trial Membership Offer"
      • Free Medium Iced/Hot Coffee via CircleK
  3. Click on the 'Save' the offer then locate it under "My Stuff" Tab
  4. Click the "Redeem" offer link when you're ready for redemption and follow the instructions to redeem.

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    • Save and redeem this offer by Tuesday, October 4, 2022
    • After 90 days, membership will automatically renew monthly at $12.95/month unless cancelled in advanced
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*Offer starts Tuesday, October 4, 2022* -
Also, Circle K [circlek.com] will be providing a free medium iced/hot coffee via the T-Mobile Tuesday App
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Last Edited by jimmytx October 4, 2022 at 10:57 AM
I'll place the link to redeem the Walmart 90-day trial code here [walmart.com] since it seems to be a commonly asked question and not yet reported in any of the original posts: https://www.walmart.com/partner/p...promo-code
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1453191819231991 asked this question on 10-04-2022 at 10:19 AM
10-04-2022 at 10:19 AM
You can try but I've heard that it doesn't work. Haven't tried it myself to confirm. It does work with the actual hotspot line but maybe not the esim trial version.
10-04-2022 at 10:19 AM
My recommendation is just to download the T-Mobile Tuesday app to find out.
purple asked this question on 10-04-2022 at 10:20 AM
10-04-2022 at 10:20 AM
Yes, it does
SonnyTV asked this question on 10-04-2022 at 10:14 AM
10-11-2022 at 10:30 AM
Yes
juddev asked this question on 10-13-2022 at 01:24 PM
10-13-2022 at 01:24 PM
I tried the other day and I didn't get the 10cent gas off even though I paid through the app but the gas price was still the same. I don't know if its just me or my Sam's Location.
ohoover01 asked this question on 10-04-2022 at 08:44 AM
Dealsprime440 asked this question on 10-04-2022 at 10:14 AM

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I enjoy walmart+ it's a very convenient service and for many everyday essentials the prices are better than amazon and they arrive faster too.

For those who are (understandably) upset about the tipping, make sure you're choosing "delivery" only for temperature sensitive items and "shipping" for things that you don't mind sitting in a fedex truck for 10 hours or more likely in the back of a doordasher's trunk for 3-4 hours as they make other stops on the route. I don't like tipping culture but you kind of have to ask what your time is worth, yes sometimes the tips walmart suggests are crazy it wanted me to tip $15 for 4 bags of groceries and 2 packages of toilet paper (im guessing that's what triggered it, due to the size) but you can easily adjust it down and I chose $4. The driver was more than happy and gracious. $4 is well worth it for me to not drop whatever else i'm doing just to go to walmart.

My buddy did walmart deliveries full time during the pandemic and one insight he gave me is that drivers work on a 15 and 45 schedule, meaning walmart sends out orders at lets say 10:15 to be picked up at 10:45 for a guaranteed payment without tips of $7. That 15 minutes past the hour is the only time they can accept offers and they can't accept any new offers until they're done delivering, if they don't finish by 11:15 they will make $0 the next hour. Walmart wanting to maximize profit and minimize costs will often pair orders together so a driver will make 2 deliveries for $7 + tips. The problem with this system as a customer is that your order may be perfectly fine, let's say eggs, bread, milk, and some bananas and you live 2 miles away from walmart. I think a lot of drivers would be fine with a $2-$4 tip, not excited of course they would rather get a higher payout but they're not going to be groaning about it. The problem is that 2nd order that it's paired with because if it's further away they may not finish in time to make money the next hour, or it could be something absolutely terrible like 14 cases of water to a 3rd floor apartment (yes he's actually gotten that before) and $0 tip. Drivers cannot just accept 1 order, they have to take it all or nothing, but if you as a customer notice that your order is stuck on "preparing order" it's not that your order is actually delayed, it's already been picked, sorted, and ready to roll out of their cold room it's that no driver wanted to accept it because overall the order was terrible either too much distance/time/effort or low pay for 2 orders.

What you can do as a customer is call the store and ask "is my order batched with another delivery", they'll say yes, then ask "can you unbatch the other order it so the driver just has to make a stop at my house", they'll do it and within seconds your order status is updated to "waiting for driver" or whatever the new status message is these days. Another insight is that walmart divides it's drivers into rankings, their most reliable and trusted drivers see multiple offers at the 15 minute mark and can pick and choose which deliveries they want to take, the less reliable drivers get stuck with orders the other drivers rejected. Naturally drivers being human they will go with the orders that offer the most money so if you can't afford to tip don't order during a busy time like sunday afternoon because you're competing against other customers with higher tips for the reliable drivers, instead choose a slow period like thursday morning when the store may only have 5 delivery orders, but 10 trusted and reliable drivers just waiting for work.

You may think reliability and delivering food have nothing to do with it, but next time you're at curbside make some chit chat with the workers loading your car if they have any interesting stories about their delivery drivers, they'll talk your ear off about all the terrible drivers. Everything from drunk/high drivers, drivers who steal, drivers in disgusting filthy cars, delivering to entirely wrong cities, etc.
Won't work for old members, they did this deal once before, and because I had already tried Walmart+ once, it wouldn't let me do it again. I believe that Walmart has partnered with some streaming service to make this more of a comparable deal to Amazon Prime. But, I'm not sure which one, or if that has started yet. I'm pretty sure that your Walmart+ Account is tied to your phone number, so it's not quite as easy to make duplicate accounts for extra free months. Though, if you have multiple T-Mobile users in your house, you could potentially just use one person's 90 days, then another's, then another's, unless this expires after the week is up. Most T-Mobile Tuesday deals expire after a week.
Guys this deal is 100% worth it. Not only do you get free delivery plus a discount on gas but now they include Paramount plus. Plus with this being 90 day it will roll into the Black Friday. So you don't have to find the crowds this year for the people that actually still have money left.🤣

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Won't work for old members, they did this deal once before, and because I had already tried Walmart+ once, it wouldn't let me do it again. I believe that Walmart has partnered with some streaming service to make this more of a comparable deal to Amazon Prime. But, I'm not sure which one, or if that has started yet. I'm pretty sure that your Walmart+ Account is tied to your phone number, so it's not quite as easy to make duplicate accounts for extra free months. Though, if you have multiple T-Mobile users in your house, you could potentially just use one person's 90 days, then another's, then another's, unless this expires after the week is up. Most T-Mobile Tuesday deals expire after a week.
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The Walmart membership includes Paramount+ streaming service
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Guys this deal is 100% worth it. Not only do you get free delivery plus a discount on gas but now they include Paramount plus. Plus with this being 90 day it will roll into the Black Friday. So you don't have to find the crowds this year for the people that actually still have money left.🤣
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Nice!!!!! I been missing W+. Finally another Tuesday deal that is actually useful.
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Won't work for old members, they did this deal once before, and because I had already tried Walmart+ once, it wouldn't let me do it again. I believe that Walmart has partnered with some streaming service to make this more of a comparable deal to Amazon Prime. But, I'm not sure which one, or if that has started yet. I'm pretty sure that your Walmart+ Account is tied to your phone number, so it's not quite as easy to make duplicate accounts for extra free months. Though, if you have multiple T-Mobile users in your house, you could potentially just use one person's 90 days, then another's, then another's, unless this expires after the week is up. Most T-Mobile Tuesday deals expire after a week.
It's not tied to anything other than email.
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Trial does not include all services. See offer for details
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The Walmart membership includes Paramount+ streaming service
T-Mobile offers free Paramount + so people thinking about taking advantage of Walmart + deal should already have it.

https://www.t-mobile.com/offers/p...-plus-deal
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With the holiday shopping season approaching its worth signing up for the trial for the free shipping. That said, when they do online early birds for W+ members, you have to be a paid member.
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T-Mobile offers free Paramount + so people thinking about taking advantage of Walmart + deal should already have it.

https://www.t-mobile.com/offers/p...-plus-deal
Exactly.
My paramount + free year from tmobile literally just ended a week ago.
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Good for food items like bulk generic cereals, no sugar added jams/canned pie filling and pudding mix which amazon doesn't have or Walmart has it slightly cheaper. I had a 90 day trial previously, so I guess I may have to use a different email
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Won't work for old members, they did this deal once before, and because I had already tried Walmart+ once, it wouldn't let me do it again. I believe that Walmart has partnered with some streaming service to make this more of a comparable deal to Amazon Prime. But, I'm not sure which one, or if that has started yet. I'm pretty sure that your Walmart+ Account is tied to your phone number, so it's not quite as easy to make duplicate accounts for extra free months. Though, if you have multiple T-Mobile users in your house, you could potentially just use one person's 90 days, then another's, then another's, unless this expires after the week is up. Most T-Mobile Tuesday deals expire after a week.
Just use a different email and make a new Walmart account. That's what I did last time.
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Guys this deal is 100% worth it. Not only do you get free delivery plus a discount on gas but now they include Paramount plus. Plus with this being 90 day it will roll into the Black Friday. So you don't have to find the crowds this year for the people that actually still have money left.🤣
I think free delivery is after 35$ minimum I remember I had + trying to buy something that wasn't in stock in store and being charged 7$ for shipping. On the other hand they will waive the in store pick up fee for groceries with plus I tried to use it yesterday and they were charging me 3 or 4$ for it
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