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AT&T thanks its customers with a new rewards program launching this summer

June 2nd, 2016 at 9:00 PM
AT&T Thanks Appreciation Program

AT&T is going to make this summer a lot more entertaining for its customers.

On Thursday, the service provider announced AT&T thanks, a new appreciation program that doesn’t require any unnecessary legwork on the part of the customer: “No sign-ups. No fees. No waiting periods.”

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These are the three perks that AT&T customers will be entitled to when the appreciation program launches later this summer:

  • ‘Ticket Twosdays’: AT&T postpaid wireless customers will qualify to get a free movie ticket on AT&T when they buy one at full price for a Tuesday showing. These are available to qualifying customers once every week for the duration of the program. Customers can visit to learn how to receive a coupon code for a free ticket3 exclusively through for participating theaters, including all Regal Entertainment Group theaters.
  • LIVE NATION Priority Pre-sale: AT&T customers will get exclusive pre-sale access to the hottest concerts and events starting this summer. Select customers will also be able to get in on access to exclusive experiences with their favorite artists.
  • Unique Content: Select DIRECTV subscribers will get access to special content coming soon to their TVs and their favorite mobile devices.

In addition to those rewards, AT&T will also bring “limited-time, surprise offers” throughout the duration of the program to its customers in the form of tickets to live events, device and accessory perks and data giveaways.

AT&T thanks will launch this summer, though no date has been revealed.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

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