Get 11 free Slurpies if you buy 7 with the 7-Eleven App now through July 18, 2017.
7-Eleven announced that “Slurpee Week” is July 11-18, 2017, and if you buy 7 Slurpee drinks during the week you can get another 11 free. You must use the 7-Eleven app to get the deal. Slurpee cup icons will appear in the app, showing customers’ progress toward the 11-free goal.
Once seven Slurpee drinks are purchased, 11 FREE Slurpee coupons will automatically appear in the “Scan and Save” section of the 7‑Eleven mobile app 24 hours after the qualifying drink purchase. The 11 FREE Slurpee drink coupons may be redeemed one at a time or all at once. Deadline to enjoy all 11 free Slurpee drinks is Aug. 31, 2017.
The special is part of 7-Eleven’s 90th birthday celebration.
“Ninety years is a big birthday, and our customers are the ones who got us here. By adding Slurpee Week, we have a whole week to say thank-you for their business throughout the year,” said Laura Gordon, vice president of marketing and brand innovation.
About 7-Eleven (from Wikipedia)
7-Eleven in the United States sells Slurpee drinks, a partially frozen soft drink introduced in 1965, and Big Gulp beverages, introduced in 1976. Other products include: 7-Select private-brand products, coffee, fresh-made daily sandwiches, fresh fruit, salads, bakery items, hot and prepared foods, gasoline, dairy products, carbonated beverages and energy drinks, juices, financial services, and product delivery services.
7-Eleven is known for their relatively large drink sizes. 7-Eleven commonly offers beverages that are 32 ounces (946ml) (Big Gulp), 44 U.S. fluid ounces (1.301 L) (Super Big Gulp), 53 ounces (1567ml) (X-Treme Gulp), 64 ounces (1893ml) (Double gulp), or 128 Ounces (3785ml) (Team Gulp). These beverage sizes were all among the largest commonly sold soft drinks when they were introduced. 7-Eleven has been commonly associated with these very large sodas in popular culture. For example, Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed ban on large sodas in New York City was commonly nicknamed the Big Gulp ban.