Sprint is offering new and existing customers a free ticket to Jay-Z's 4:44 Tour

Whether you are thinking about making the move to Sprint from your existing carrier, or are already a customer, you won't want to miss out on this offer. Sprint has announced that through its partnership with TIDAL it will be offering its customers a free ticket to Jay-Z's upcoming 4:44 tour in one of 10 different cities across the U.S. You will need to activate the free 6-month trial of TIDAL to qualify for this promotion, and if you add two or more lines you can qualify for two tickets.

With ticket prices for this tour (opens in new tab) starting at around $40 and going as high as $500, being able to score a free ticket from your cellular carrier is pretty awesome. The dates and locations that are included in this promotion are:

  • Las Vegas - Oct. 28
  • Miami - Nov. 12
  • Atlanta - Nov. 12
  • Boston - Nov. 25
  • Brooklyn, NY - Nov. 26
  • Brooklyn, NY - Nov. 27
  • Washington, D.C. - Nov. 29
  • Chicago - Dec. 5
  • San Diego - Dec. 19
  • Los Angeles - Dec. 21

The catch here is that you'll only be able to score a free ticket for one day, August 26. You'll want to make sure that you have located the closest Sprint store prior to that since this offer is first come, first served. The tickets are not transferable, exchangeable or refundable, and if any scheduled event is delayed, postponed or canceled for any reason, you will not be reimbursed for tickets.

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Jared DiPane
Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
  • Hey, free is free!
  • Word lol...if it's free it's for me
  • Desperate
  • They are hemorrhaging customers, worse than a back alley abortion. Hopefully they get it turned around. Competition is always best for the consumer
  • I can't hate on Sprint.
    I pay right at $200 a month after taxes for 2 unlimited phone lines, a unlimited tablet line, 3 device payments, a MagicBox, a monthly Amazon Prime subscription, and a Tidal subscription.
    Not to mention I live in a low signal area and get an average of 30Mbps download speeds.