Get Mix and Match specials, BOGOs and other specials with these 7-Eleven deals.
Here are the latest* food and drink deals at participating 7‑Eleven® stores; you can find all the deals at https://www.7-eleven.com/eat-drink#deals:
- 5 for $4 Grill Mix n Match
- 3 for $3 Grill Mix ‘n Match
- 2 for $4 Hot Pockets
- 2 for $1 Bananas
- BOGO on 28 oz Gatorade
- 10 for $2 Mini Tacos
- $5.55 pizza, or Pizza + Coke 2L for $1 off
- $2.22 Big Gulp Drink plus one food item
- 2 for $3 Premium Organic Juice
- 2 for $3 20 oz Soda.
*Deals are good for a limited time; quantities are limited.
7-Eleven also announced the return of the SOUR PATCH Watermelon Slurpee. The chain said the drink is the most popular limited-time flavor in the history of the iconic semi-frozen beverage, and is available exclusively at participating 7‑Eleven® stores through February 2018. In 2015, 7‑Eleven introduced the first SOUR PATCH Watermelon Slurpee flavor, which quickly gained a loyal fan following. The bright pink-colored Slurpee drink became the first featured (limited-time) flavor to become the top-seller ahead of the two perennial favorites, cherry and cola.
7-Eleven App Coupons
7-Eleven has additional coupons in the 7-Eleven app good today through Febryary 28, 2018. Deals include a BOGO on Snapple 16 oz drinks and a BOGO on AMP Energy Organic drinks. To view all the deals, click on the Deals tab at the bottom of the app, then click on Coupons. Limited quantities available; good while supplies last.
You can download the app from the 7-Eleven Rewards page.
About 7-Eleven (from Wikipedia)
7-Eleven is part of an international chain of convenience stores. 7-Eleven, primarily operating as a franchise, is the world’s largest operator, franchiser and licencor of convenience stores, with more than 50,000 outlets, surpassing the previous record-holder McDonald’s Corporation in 2007 by approximately 1,000 retail stores.
7-Eleven branded stores, under parent company Seven & I Holdings Co., are located in 16 countries, with its largest markets being Japan (15,000), the United States (8,200), Thailand (6,800), Canada, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia.