We like many things about T-Mobile. When we switched from AT&T, the immediate benefit was a less expensive cell phone bill and better coverage in our house. There were other benefits, like free data when we traveled internationally which we finally were able to try out on our trip to London.
Besides just being a telecommunications provider, T-Mobile makes a decent effort to try to get customers engaged with the brand. One of the biggest pieces of that puzzle is T-Mobile Tuesday. Every week, on Tuesday, they give special perks to customers. You have to sign up that day and the offers usually are good until the end of the week.
They often have specials for Fuel Rewards and Dunkin Donuts but last August they had one of their biggest promotions and if you took advantage of it, time’s almost up.
Continue reading “If You’ve Been Enjoying Pandora Plus From The T-Mobile Offer, The Free Ride’s Coming To An End”
When you go to a Disney park – any Disney park around the world – it’s designed and intended to immerse you by playing to all 5 senses. You can see the buildings, smell and taste a snack, touch (and purchase!) merchandise, and hear background music that matches whatever themed land, attraction, restaurant or even hotel you’re in.
Disney parks’ background music (BGM) is one of the ways to “bring you back” to your Disney vacation again and again. And best of all, it’s FREE! Back in the 80s and 90s, I used to bring a tape recorder with me, locate a speaker and audiotape the loop for 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the size of my audiotape. It wasn’t great; it always sounded hollow, and had its own background sounds of the people passing by. But it was something ;-).
Fortunately, technology has improved substantially, so not only are mere mortals like us about to get clean, crisp digital copies of Disneyland and Walt Disney World BGM, thanks to the likes of YouTube, they’re right at our fingertips. Here’s a sampling of what’s out there:
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I only had one day to spend sightseeing in Seattle. I did the obligatory trip to the Pike Place Market and saw them throwing fish and then I had the rest of the afternoon available. I was going to go on a ferry but it was cold, raining and windy (even for Seattle standards). Looking for other things to do, I asked our wonderful group of readers for suggestions before the trip. Here’s one of the replies.
Now the name sounded interesting but I didn’t know if I’d have the time to visit. When I saw that the weather would be bad, I read more about the museum right before my trip. I almost fainted as it looked like I found Geek Nirvana. Continue reading “The Most Fun I’ve Ever Had At A Museum”
There’s a brand new restaurant in the Big Apple, and if you’re a fan of Broadway musicals, I have a feeling you’re going to love this place!
Continue reading “If You’re Broadway Musical Fan, This Could Be The Perfect New Restaurant For You In NYC!”
Imagine flying somewhere and getting settled in your assigned seat. You’re all ready to do some stuff for work, or maybe read a book, or watch a movie, or maybe you just plan on sleeping. And once you hit 35,000 feet, all of a sudden, surprise!, a concert starts on the plane.
Continue reading “Southwest Airlines Is (Still) Doing Live Concerts As In-Air Entertainment. (Still) Kill Me Now.”