7-Eleven Bring Your Own Cup Is Back This Weekend

7-Eleven Bring Your Own Cup Is Back This Weekend

Love slurpees? Don’t miss out on this deal! Bring your own cup to fill a slurpee in for $1.50 this weekend!

7-Eleven Bring Your Own Cup Is Back This Weekend

7-Eleven Bring Your Own Cup Is Back This Weekend

Heads up on this 7-Eleven deal going on this weekend (valid 5/19-5/20/17)

“Bring Your Own Cup” day is back this weekend at participating 7-Eleven locations Friday (5/19) and Saturday (5/20).

It cost $1.50 to fill up your cup! This sale is valid from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. 5/19-5/20/17.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to bringing your own cup to 7-Eleven to fill:

  • The cup that’s going to hold your slurpee can’t be larger than 10 inches in diameter
  • Safe for food
  • Water tight
  • And only ONE cup PER person!

Slurpee fans can fill any “cup” – or containers that can be used as cups – with Slurpee deliciousness at participating 7‑Eleven stores Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. It’s just in time to try the latest limited-time frozen flavors – Cinnamon-flavored Pepsi Fire with a mouth-tingling finish, Lemonade made with real fruit juice or sugar-free Slurpee Lite® Watermelon Lime with all natural flavors.

The cost to fill any “cup” of choice, regardless of size, is $1.50, the price of an average medium Slurpee drink. All cups must be leak-proof, safe, sanitary … and fit upright within the in-store BYOC display cutout, which is about 10 inches in diameter. Sorry, trash cans, kitchen sinks and inflatable swimming pools are not eligible.

Are you planning on stopping by this weekend? What type of cup are you going to put your Slurpee in? Feel free to drop a picture in the comments!


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