A year ago, T-Mobile started a loyalty program designed to ‘thank’/bribe its loyal customers. The idea is that every Tuesday, T-Mobile partners with companies to give people freebies or coupons, all in the name of thanking.

The company is making a big deal out of the #brand #engagement that T-Mobile Tuesdays has driven on social media, so it’s throwing a big one-year-birthday party for its loyalty program. Regardless of how you feel about T-Mobile or its CEO, it’s hard to complain about free stuff.

The big giveaway is next Tuesday, June 6th. T-Mobile will be giving away free trucker hats at T-Mobile stores, $0.25 off Shell gas, and free movie rentals from Redbox. There’s also a lineup of big prizes, like free concert tickets and smartphones, that’ll be raffled off.

In addition to next week’s day of freebies, T-Mobile is also running a couple promotions all summer long:

This summer, T-Mobile Tuesdays will offer tickets to FOUR of this summer’s hottest movies for just $4 bucks, less than half the price of the average movie ticket. Today, customers get access to the opening weekend for this summer’s biggest super heroine film, when they open the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. Your ticket is valid any day through opening weekend. Other movies will be announced later this summer.

On one of the four T-Mobile Tuesdays in June, every T-Mobile customer will get FREE Baskin-Robbins ice cream up to $4 in value (so be sure to check your app each week so you don’t miss out). In addition, every week in June, every customer can get a second Baskin-Robbins sundae for just $0.99 when they buy one at regular price. And on June 6th, everyone will also have a chance to win FREE Baskin-Robbins ice cream for an ENTIRE YEAR for themselves and three lucky friends.

The prizes and T-Mobile Tuesdays freebies are available to any T-Mobile customer on a monthly plan, regardless if it’s prepaid or postpaid.

Chris Mills has loved tinkering with technology ever since he worked out how to defeat the parental controls on his parents' internet. He's blogged his way through Apple events and SpaceX launches ever since, and still keeps a bizarre fondness for the Palm Pre.