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Celebrate 7-Eleven With Free Slurpee Day and More

By , July 11th, 2017 | No Comments


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As if Amazon Prime Day weren’t enough, today is another great day to score freebies and deals. Today is July 11 (7/11), which means one of the most popular convenience stores in the United States will be giving away free Slurpees today as well as holding some fantastic deals.

7-Eleven isn’t the only place you can score freebies and deals today though. So, here are some of¬†the best 7-11 deals and freebies out there:

7-Eleven Free Slurpee Day

Of course the headliner for deals and freebies today is 7-Eleven’s Free Slurpee Day. The company celebrates the date, 7-11, each year by giving customers one of their 7-Eleven favorites for free. This year 7-Eleven is celebrating its 90th year of business. From 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. today you’ll be able to visit your local 7-Eleven and grab a free Slurpee (while supplies last).

As always, 7-Eleven isn’t stopping its deals after the day is over. Over the next few days your local 7-Eleven will likely have new deals, freebies and marked down prices to celebrate the company’s 90th birthday. Additionally, any 7-Eleven customer that buys a Slurpee from¬†July 12 to July 18 through¬†the 7-Eleven app will be given 11 7-Eleven Slurpee drinks for free.

Cow Appreciation Day

7-Eleven isn’t the only company giving away products today though. Chick-fil-a is joining in on the fun as well. If you visit your local Chick-fil-a location with any type of cow attire on you can receive a¬†free menu items. Not all menu items will be included, however, so you’ll want to ask prior to ordering your meal which foods will be included.

You must be wearing “cow like” attire, which can include accessories like earrings and purses. Customers must also make it to Chick-fil-a before 7 p.m. today to get this freebie.


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Amazon Prime Day

As if Free Slurpee Day and Cow Appreciation Day weren’t enough it is also Amazon Prime Day. Amazon Prime members¬†around the world will be cashing in on the great deals Amazon has to offer today. Here are some of the best deals available:

  • Amazon Echo Dot $34.99
  • All New Kindle Fire 7 $29.99 to $64.99
  • Sony 55 inch 4K TV $499.99
  • Roomba 652 Robotic Vacuum $249.99
  • Amazon Echo $89.99
  • Kindle Paperwhite $89.99 to $179.99
  • Samsonite Two-Piece Luggage $119.99 to $129.99
  • PS4 Slim Bundle $229.00
  • Xbox One Console Bundles $239.99 to $289.99
  • Game of Thrones Season 1-6 $74.99
  • Fossil Smartwatches $165.00
  • 40-50% off clothing
  • Up to 50% off Amazon grocery items
  • Up to 40% select furniture, mattresses, rugs, etc.
  • Save $60 on a FitBit Blaze
  • Buy $60, save $20 at Amazon Warehouse
  • Up to 50% off select Kindle titles
  • Save money on Kindle magazine subscriptions
  • Save money on Amazon subscriptions (including Amazon Unlimited)

In addition to the deals mentioned above, Amazon will also be adding more deals throughout the day. Amazon is also offering customers discounted subscriptions to Amazon Warehouse and discounted delivery services as well. Amazon Prime Day, which is a 30-hour event, will end at 3 a.m. EST Wednesday. For more information on Prime Day, click here.

Want more freebies and deals? Visit our forums for even more great deals. 

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