I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for easy ways to save extra money. Recently, I’ve signed up for text alerts through some of my favorite restaurants and have gotten great deals I wouldn’t have otherwise. When I saw this new offer from AT&T Alerts I couldn’t wait to share with you since they have such a huge list of participting brands and retailors, thus increasing the savings opportunities. Plus, offers are specific to your location. Nothing better than running out for an errand and suddenly finding out that one of your favorite restaurants or stores is offering a big discount or freebie that day. Even better……….if you sign up and confirm your registration you’ll get a FREE $5 Starbucks gift card code while supplies last.
AT&T Alerts is also giving one $50 Visa gift card away to one lucky Time 2 $ave reader! (see instructions below to enter)
Here’s how to sign up for AT&T Alerts and get your FREE $5 Starbucks gift card code.
1. Sign up for FREE AT&T Alerts HERE
2. You should receive a text message with instructions to reply with COFFEE to receive your $5 Starbucks gift card code. Starbucks $5 Card eGifts are available only while supplies last. Limit: One (1) offer per participant
Unfortunalty, I’ve got Verizon or I would sooooo be doing this right now. I’ve heard from others that they recieived their gift code immediatly which is AWESOME!
How AT&T Alerts works:
AT&T Alerts, an innovative new service from AT&T*, can proactively deliver offers straight to AT&T wireless customers’ phones–when and where they need them most.
Alerts are opt-in, location-based text message alerts that allows AT&T customers nationwide to save money with relevant offers from nearby retailers on their mobile phones
Customers can customize offer preferences and settings to receive offers most relevant to them.
Text messages to and from AT&T Alerts are free for AT&T customers.
- AT&T Alerts’ growing list of participating retailers and brands now includes Apple Vacations, Banana Republic, Chuck E. Cheese’s, Discover, Duracell, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Gap, Haggar, InterContinental Hotels Group, JCPenney, Kiehl’s, Meguiar’s, Motorola, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, PayAnywhere, PayPal, Qdoba and Zales
Disclosure: The information and gift card were provided to me. As always all opinions are my own. Read my full disclosure here.