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Bring Your Own Cup Day - $1.50 Slurpee - August 19 & 20 2016

practicalme 1,982 1,858 August 17, 2016 at 05:51 PM
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7-Eleven Slurpee - Bring Your Own Cup Day! - $1.50 - August 19 & 20, 2016 11AM - 7PM

https://www.slurpee.com/byoc/

Simple Rules:

Size matters: Cup must fit upright through a 10" hole
Keep it clean: Your cup must be food safe
Plug the leaks: Your cup must be watertight
Slurpee for all: One cup per person

PARTEE LIKE IT’S SLURPEE FIFTEE!
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#2
Last time someone brought a bucket for their kids. Couldn't say much with screaming kids.
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#3
I still have 6 free slurpees from the B7G11 free deal, I wonder if the BYOC will count as a free one
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Quote from mexxican View Post :
I still have 6 free slurpees from the B7G11 free deal, I wonder if the BYOC will count as a free one
I didn't take that risk. I simply didn't scan... I brought my OJ bottle (59oz). It was the biggest container I have at home that meet the rule - It just fit in the machine... :-)
My local 7-11 was nice enough to give me the deal even though I went at 8am...
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Wondering if I can take my popcorn bucket for fillup! Big Grin
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I just filled up using a metal container taken from the ice cream maker. Cool
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#7
We used gallon jugs and got our free slurpy. With Portland being 100 degrees today, a gallon Slurpy was perfect. Two gallons lasts 2 days, that enough for us .
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Last edited by LilyJo August 20, 2016 at 05:34 PM
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