“Free Slurpee day may be the most anticipated day of the year for millions of 7-Eleven customers and new customers alike,” said Raj Kapoor, 7-Eleven’s senior vice president for fresh food and beverages.¬†This year, 7-Eleven has increased interest in the event by offering more than free drinks.
Free Slurpee Day Deals
7-Eleven gave birth¬†to the Slurpee in 1966. A former employee froze a portion of some soda and it turned into a slush. In 2002, Free Slurpee Day came into existence.
As it did in previous years, 7-Eleven will be presenting a new, limited-edition flavor for Free Slurpee Day. You can get a small cup of Cap’n Crunch Berries Slurpee¬†or any of the store’s regular drinks for free between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on July 11. You can get a Big Bite hot dog from July 11 until July 18 for $1.
And, like many other holidays, 7-Eleven’s birthday isn’t being celebrated for just one day.¬†Be on the lookout for daily deals over the next week. The store is offering 7 Deals in 7 Days, according to Delish.
Promotions include various BOGO free deals such as a free Big Gulp fountain drink when you buy a share-size Snickers, free popcorn with the purchase of a Smartwater (20 oz.), and a free Coca-Cola when you buy a bag of CheezIts.
To gain access to all of these deals you’ll need to download the 7-Eleven app and become a rewards members. You can join here.
All of these awesome 7-Eleven freebies and deals fall during one of the most food-filled weeks of the year. Friday, July 13 is National French Fry Day and July 18 is National Hot Dog Day. Will you be taking advantage of any of these great 7-Eleven offers?
Join the Saving Advice forums and get regular updates to deals and freebies.¬†
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