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7 Eleven

7-Eleven Bring Your Own Cup Day: Fill Your Cup With Slurpee For $1.49 (11AM - 7PM on March 20th)

7-Eleven Bring Your Own Cup Day
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7-Eleven's Bring Your Own Cup Day is on March 20th!

From 11AM - 7PM on March 20th, head into any 7-Eleven store with your own cup and you can fill it up with Slurpee for only $1.49.

There are certain restrictions on the type of cup you can bring. For one, it must be within 26cm wide and 26cm high when full. The cup must also fit inside the measuring hole/device that you'll find in-stores. For your own safety, the cup must be clean and hygenic. More details can be found here.

Each customer is limited to one container per day. No refills will be granted.

Excited for this offer? Check out their flavours here so you can start thinking about your Slurpee mix!

This offer is available on March 20th only.

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    • calgaryhhr
    • If I'm not mistaken a 26cm diameter container that is 26cm high would hold almost 14L of fluid. That would be a crazy amount of slurpee for $1.49.
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    • 501
    • would be nice if that day is warm
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    • MarvinMartian
    • home depot > garbage pail
      I had that idea too, but checked their restrictions and they have size limits.

      Then I thought about an expandable cub... but they thought of that too.

      Then I thought about a tube leading from the cup to a larger container... but they thought of that too!

      You're best bet is to build a transporter and transport the slurpee to a larger container as it fills your own cup for a limitless supply... But if you're going to do that, you might as well build a replicator and get anything you want whenever you want. (sorry, was watching Breaking Bad last night where Badger was discussing his pie-eating contest episode idea and it's been in my head ever since)
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    • TomRFD
    • How big of a cup do you need to bring to make this a deal?
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    • calgaryhhr
    • How big of a cup do you need to bring to make this a deal?
      I would think a 4L milk jug would be good enough to make it a good deal. Honestly, unless you were sharing with others I don't know how someone could drink 4L of slurpee before it turned to a liquid.

      Does Slurpee maintain it's texture in the fridge? If I'm not mistaken, it freezes solid if put in the freezer so that is no good.
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    • Corleone187
    • You could probably freeze it and put it in a blender to turn it back into a slurpee. But i dunno, the thing is just sugar and water like frozen kool-aid or something
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    • ORZ
    • If I'm not mistaken a 26cm diameter container that is 26cm high would hold almost 14L of fluid. That would be a crazy amount of slurpee for $1.49.
      If the container is a cube 26x26x26cm then it will be almost 17.5L of liquid.
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    • cferguson23
    • A few years ago, 7/11 started making their double gulp cups smaller but I still have a few of their old ones and refill them. They are a fair bit bigger than their new double gulps, and its only a $1.60 to refill and its a lot of slurpee. So I don't think this is that great at all.
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    • Rudee
    • Has anybody ever tried Slurpees in the US? They are terrible! They are air-injected foam! Just horrid.
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    • goodyear7909
    • Ditto ... I was just in Florida and my slurpee started to foam over the edge, it just kept foaming, what a mess and a big fail. love Canadian slurpees
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    • flyer12
    • Bringing my water cooler bottle
      Thought of that too - but mine is too large (it is 12" diameter and this is restricted to 10 1/4" (23cm) diameter). I have a frozen margarita bucket (empty) - will have to measure that.
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    • BinaryJay
    • If I'm not mistaken a 26cm diameter container that is 26cm high would hold almost 14L of fluid. That would be a crazy amount of slurpee for $1.49.
      Yeah I get about the same volume assuming you are bringing a cylinder.
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    • rocking23nf
    • this is the price I pay everyday to fill up my 7-11 party cup, it holds like 3-4 slurpees. They sell them near the slurpees for like 7-8 bucks, pays itself off in no time.
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    • dmdsoftware2
    • this is the price I pay everyday to fill up my 7-11 party cup, it holds like 3-4 slurpees. They sell them near the slurpees for like 7-8 bucks, pays itself off in no time.
      Oh, so they have this everyday?
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    • cferguson23
    • Oh, so they have this everyday?
      For their own cups yes...but they don't allow you to bring your own AFAIK.
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    • CoolDudeClan
    • Do they still have blue frozen powerade? That was one of the only flavours I liked
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    • Supercooled
    • this is the price I pay everyday to fill up my 7-11 party cup, it holds like 3-4 slurpees. They sell them near the slurpees for like 7-8 bucks, pays itself off in no time.
      Every other day you fill it with your morning coffee.

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