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Free Slurpee at 7-Eleven Friday — And That's Not All!

Popular free treat will cool you off, but there's more free stuff available for this year's celebration.

Popular free treat will cool you off, but there's more free stuff available for this year's celebration.
Popular free treat will cool you off, but there's more free stuff available for this year's celebration.

Free treats are back at 7-Eleven on Friday, July 11, with a free small Slurpee available for each guest from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time.

Slurpee flavors may depend on the location, but summer offerings include Lemonade, Fanta Watermelon Punch, Sprite 6 Mix, Mango, Diet Coke Frost Cherry, Apple Berry Blast, Fanta Sugar-Free Mango, Sprite Cranberry and Mountain Dew Game Fuel.

What's your favorite Slurpee flavor? Tell us in the comments section below!

Your local 7-Eleven may have some Slurpee accessories available for purchase, including the new mustache straws and plastic Slurpee jugs.

This year, 7-Eleven is also offering a week of free stuff (July 12-19) if you download the 7-Eleven mobile app.
  • Saturday, July 12th – Big Gulp
  • Sunday, July 13th – M&M’s Brand Birthday Cake Chocolate Candies
  • Monday, July 14th – Grandma’s Cookies
  • Tuesday, July 15th – Hostess Twinkies
  • Wednesday, July 16th – TWIX or Snickers Brand Ice Cream Bar
  • Thursday, July 17th – Quaker Chewy Yogurt Snack Bar
  • Friday, July 18th – Pillsbury Cookie
  • Saturday, July 19th – Small Slurpee drink
Hawa Coulibaly July 10, 2014 at 09:48 AM
11am-7pm? I wish they could extend that another two hours :-)
You July 10, 2014 at 05:29 PM
Boy are the Middle eastern/ Asian owned 7-11s going to hate this week. To me over the past decade it seems like only the European, white or black owned 7-11s greet you with a smile when there are freebies (customer appreciation days). Middle easterner's/ and Asian's hate the freebies... pay attention and watch them this week when you stop in for your freebies.
Michael July 10, 2014 at 09:28 PM
Funny how I, in spite of my obviously extreme whiteness, have never experienced this problem. Maybe there's something you're doing subconsciously when you walk in? Anyone walking in with a look of apprehension and nervousness, "watching them," is of course going to meet with a different welcome than someone who walks in with a friendly smile.

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