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24 August 2017

Sprint is giving away Jay Z’s 4:44 concert tickets this weekend

Sprint will give new and existing customers Jay Z 4:44 tour tickets this Saturday.
Sprint will give new and existing customers Jay Z 4:44 tour tickets this Saturday.

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Sprint just announced it will give away free Jay-Z tour tickets to new and existing customers this Saturday, August 26.

The news isn’t all that surprising since Jay-Z’s “4:44” album was released as a Tidal exclusive earlier this year. The album was only available to Tidal member who signed up for the service before the album dropped — but Sprint made it available for customers that wanted in after the release, too. 

And Sprint is continuing to reward Jay-Z fans with its “Thanks to New and Existing Customers” promotion. 

Sprint will give one free “4:44” tour ticket to current customers who sign up for Tidal’s six-month trial membership. Check out how to sign up for the Tidal trial here. And anyone who wants to activate at least two new lines with Sprint and sign up for the trial membership can get two free tickets. Customers just have to make sure to sign up before Saturday, August 26.

If you are lucky enough to get in on the deal, here are the shows and dates Sprint is giving away tickets for:

  • Las Vegas: October 28  

  • Miami: November 12

  • Atlanta: November 14

  • Boston: November 25

  • Brooklyn, NY: November 26

  • Brooklyn, NY: November 27

  • Washington, DC: November 29

  • Chicago: December 5

  • San Diego: December 19

  • Los Angelos: December 21        

Don’t get your heart completely set on the ticket, though. Sprint only has a limited amount and will be giving them away on a first come, first serve basis. So not everyone who signs up for the trial and new lines will get the tickets. 

Sprint apparently really needs more customers, and this isn’t a horrible reason to switch over if you want something new. So, if you’re looking to get your hands on some Jay-Z tickets, act quickly and enjoy the show. 

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