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7-Eleven Delivery (7NOW): Free $7 for first order + free delivery thru 06/12 (New Customers)

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7NOW: Food & Alcohol Delivery is offering a free $7 on anything in the app that you purchase. For new customers only. In app offer only as well. Delivery takes on average about 30 min from store to door. FYI, all customers get free delivery, both new and existing.
  1. Download the 7NOW iOS [apple.com] or Android [google.com] App
  2. Create/Register for a new account through email or Facebook
  3. Add up to $7 worth of stuff to your basket and get it for free.
  4. Delivery Fee is waived, Minimum $15 purchase (AFTER PROMO) to avoid $1.99 small cart fee.
  5. promotion ends on June 12, 2019

Get alcohol, food, candy, snacks, drinks, ice cream, grocery, health needs and more delivered anywhere you are in about 30 minutes. 7NOW delivers over 3000+ items including Slurpee® and Big Gulp®, pizza and sandwiches, and even beer, wine, and liquor (where available, 21 years or older of course) across 27 major metro areas. We are adding new cities and locations frequently so continue checking in with us. 7NOW helps you stay in the moment with delivery to thousands of 7NOW Pins so you can continue doing the things you love while we get you your favorites fast.

7NOW is currently available in over 200 cities across 27 metro areas including Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Colorado Springs, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Norfolk, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa, Virginia Beach and Washington DC.

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By the way, this has the same rules (included in the description) as the previous weeks front page deal.
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dang! I got in on the free pizza deal, but same as previous front page deal
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dang! I got in on the free pizza deal, but same as previous front page deal
Yeah, $2 for a pizza (because of the small cart fee) wasn't bad. At least this deal is on anything they have on their app vs just pizza.
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Nothing personal OP, but it's kind of sad how lazy we've gotten that this is actually a thing. It's not even like we have to hunt/forage/prepare/cook our food anymore... just drive somewhere and pick it up. But apparently that's even too much trouble now. I can somewhat understand the grocery store delivery stuff for people that may not have vehicles, maybe a injury/medical condition that prevents them from walking around the store, or even just for the occasional lazy/rainy day. But ffs... convenient store delivery. The quality of our gene pool is on the decline.
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Nothing personal OP, but it's kind of sad how lazy we've gotten that this is actually a thing. It's not even like we have to hunt/forage/prepare/cook our food anymore... just drive somewhere and pick it up. But apparently that's even too much trouble now. I can somewhat understand the grocery store delivery stuff for people that may not have vehicles, maybe a injury/medical condition that prevents them from walking around the store, or even just for the occasional lazy/rainy day. But ffs... convenient store delivery. The quality of our gene pool is on the decline.
For me this app is convenient cuz I live on a college campus, and it's cheaper and faster than getting an Uber and going and picking it up myself. Any delivery is worth it for me Smilie
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For me this app is convenient cuz I live on a college campus, and it's cheaper and faster than getting an Uber and going and picking it up myself. Any delivery is worth it for me Smilie
How far are we talking? A mile? Two? A used bike is only $30-40 and you could recoup all/most of your money when you sell it. A little exercise will balance the sodas and sugary junk anyway.
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Nothing personal OP, but it's kind of sad how lazy we've gotten that this is actually a thing. It's not even like we have to hunt/forage/prepare/cook our food anymore... just drive somewhere and pick it up. But apparently that's even too much trouble now. I can somewhat understand the grocery store delivery stuff for people that may not have vehicles, maybe a injury/medical condition that prevents them from walking around the store, or even just for the occasional lazy/rainy day. But ffs... convenient store delivery. The quality of our gene pool is on the decline.
No offense taken. And I get it. It is interesting but I could see this as useful more when you have a party and run out of beer but you're drunk, or if you're sick and need NyQuil or something now. Grocery delivery doesn't work for me past 8pm ish and I find myself stuff.
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rule of thumb is to to not eat anything that's not sealed from a convenient store. you're at the mercy of the refrigeration system
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rule of thumb is to to not eat anything that's not sealed from a convenient store. you're at the mercy of the refrigeration system
Just depends on overall food handling and yeah, refrigeration.
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Nothing personal OP, but it's kind of sad how lazy we've gotten that this is actually a thing. It's not even like we have to hunt/forage/prepare/cook our food anymore... just drive somewhere and pick it up. But apparently that's even too much trouble now. I can somewhat understand the grocery store delivery stuff for people that may not have vehicles, maybe a injury/medical condition that prevents them from walking around the store, or even just for the occasional lazy/rainy day. But ffs... convenient store delivery. The quality of our gene pool is on the decline.
Just had an order delivered to my 8 month pregnant wife at work who didnt want to go out in the 100 degree heat
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Just had an order delivered to my 8 month pregnant wife at work who didnt want to go out in the 100 degree heat
Cool story... why'd you quote me though? "Wants" and necessities are vastly different things. I can't possibly imagine what 7-11 would carry that's so critical that she couldn't wait until you got home, or waited until it cooled down a little bit and took a walk (assuming it's relatively close). We're not made of sugar. We won't melt from the heat. We've been living outdoors for tens (hundreds?) of thousands of years and survived just fine.Better planning/grocery shopping would avoid those issues for you though, it seems.

You're actually making my point... not countering it.
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Nothing personal OP, but it's kind of sad how lazy we've gotten that this is actually a thing. It's not even like we have to hunt/forage/prepare/cook our food anymore... just drive somewhere and pick it up. But apparently that's even too much trouble now. I can somewhat understand the grocery store delivery stuff for people that may not have vehicles, maybe a injury/medical condition that prevents them from walking around the store, or even just for the occasional lazy/rainy day. But ffs... convenient store delivery. The quality of our gene pool is on the decline.
It's sad your glass is half empty and you want to live in the stone ages. maybe you should go build an outhouse outside.. it'll be good for you to toughen up eh..

having it delivered is CONVENIENT.. from a CONVENIENCE STORE.

It's sad you dont' like convenience, progress, capitalism, or minding your own business in a free country. In a free country everyone should have what they want, not live by other people's twisted standards.
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It's sad your glass is half empty and you want to live in the stone ages. maybe you should go build an outhouse outside.. it'll be good for you to toughen up eh..

having it delivered is CONVENIENT.. from a CONVENIENCE STORE.

It's sad you dont' like convenience, progress, capitalism, or minding your own business in a free country. In a free country everyone should have what they want, not live by other people's twisted standards.
Look around cupcake. We already do have pretty much everything we want... to the point that it's not good enough anymore and we have to find ways to make ourselves lazier, fatter, unhealthier, etc.... anything but more motivated to get off our fat arses. I simply offered my opinion. I didn't ask anyone to reply or quote me, which we are allowed to do in this free country that you spoke of, right? Or is it only if we agree with you? (I suppose a bit of ego should be expected from a person that quotes themself in their sig though)

And you can call me pessimistic all you want, bud... but lets look at this realistically. The convenience mentality that you promote further encourages the ~40% obesity rate in the US and most of the top 10 causes of death in US (Heart disease, cancer, respiratory diseases, stroke, alzheimers, diabetes, etc)... all of which have a VERY strong correlation to our already piss poor diet and exercise regiments. So you say I'm the pessimist for wanting to see people NOT promote this crap mentality of everything handed (or delivered) to us on a silver platter? I'm the pessimist for wanting to see the US and humanity as a whole start being a little healthier (which often leads to happier/better qualities of life)? It's your standards that seem to be twisted bud.
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Look around cupcake. We already do have pretty much everything we want... to the point that it's not good enough anymore and we have to find ways to make ourselves lazier, fatter, unhealthier, etc.... anything but more motivated to get off our fat arses. I simply offered my opinion. I didn't ask anyone to reply or quote me, which we are allowed to do in this free country that you spoke of, right? Or is it only if we agree with you? (I suppose a bit of ego should be expected from a person that quotes themself in their sig though)

And you can call me pessimistic all you want, bud... but lets look at this realistically. The convenience mentality that you promote further encourages the ~40% obesity rate in the US and most of the top 10 causes of death in US (Heart disease, cancer, respiratory diseases, stroke, alzheimers, diabetes, etc)... all of which have a VERY strong correlation to our already piss poor diet and exercise regiments. So you say I'm the pessimist for wanting to see people NOT promote this crap mentality of everything handed (or delivered) to us on a silver platter? I'm the pessimist for wanting to see the US and humanity as a whole start being a little healthier (which often leads to happier/better qualities of life)? It's your standards that seem to be twisted bud.
i'm not reading this. you've already wasted too many people's time with your thread crapping trolling.
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