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Enjoy bring-your-own-cup Slurpee for just $1.99 at 7-Eleven

Hey, Slurpee fans! Get ready for some major brain freeze, thanks to this cool deal from 7-Eleven.

There’s no better way to cool off with a refreshing beverage than enjoying a Slurpee. Even better, when you can sip on sweet savings at the same time. 

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On April 13, 2024, bring your motorcycle helmets, fish bowls or milk cartons (or any other unconventional container) and fill ‘er up with your favorite Slurpee for just $1.99 at participating 7-Eleven, Speedway and Stripes locations. Limit one cup per person. 

Customers can sip on classic Slurpee flavors, including Coca-Cola, Cherry, Blue Raspberry and Pina Colada. Or enjoy one of the store’s limited-time flavors like Chili Mango or Fanta Dragon Fruit Zero Sugar.

Fanta Dragon Fruit Zero Sugar is a sweet, zero sugar treat with an exotic blend of kiwi, pear and watermelon flavors. However, you can always get creative and make up your own flavor concoctions by mixing flavors. 

Before you start thinking about filling up a bucket, there are three rules to follow:

Make sure your container is food-safe and clean. Give it a good wash before heading to the convenience store.

Verify the cup fits upright within a 10-inch diameter hole. You can double-check your container’s workability via an in-store display. (If it doesn’t fit, it’s a no-go.)

Confirm the cup is watertight. Fill it with water first to check for any leaks. 

Those who prefer the classic cups can still get their sip on! 7Rewards and Speedy Rewards loyalty members can snag a large Slurpee for just $1

There are more than 13,000 locations across North America, so odds are one is close to your home, work or school. 

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