7 Eleven 7-Eleven: Bring Your Own Cup and Get a Slurpee for $2.00 on May 18 and 19 Bring Your Own Cup is Back on May 18 and 19!

get this deal
this offer is expired

Find your largest container and head to 7-Eleven on May 18 or 19, because Bring Your Own Cup Day is back for 2018 and you can fill your cup with a Slurpee for just $2.00!

There are some restrictions, as your cup must be clean, watertight and have a maximum diameter of 26cm -- click here to view the complete cup guidelines and restrictions.

This promotion is effective at all 7-Eleven locations on May 18 and 19 only -- click here to find the location nearest you. There's a limit of one cup per person per day.

10 Comments

View all
    • I love slurpees!! Just not worth the effort for $2.
    • Report Post
    • I'm in for two.
      Slurp!!!

      Image
    • Report Post


    • GUIDELINES for Cup promotion:

      a. Slurpee Cup must fit inside the magic measuring hole/device displayed in store.
      b. Container used for this contest must fit within a 26 cm diameter. Cups when full must fit within a specific size limit: 26cm wide x 26cm high.
      c. Container must be able to withhold liquids.
      d. Cups must be hygienic, clean, watertight (no drips or leaks allowed), and fixed in size and shapes (no inflatables).
      e. One container per customer per day. No refills allowed.
      f. Container must be food safe clean of any contaminants.
      g. Individual Stores and its staff have the right to restrict containers should there be any deemed Food Safety issues, or matters such as cleanliness, impacted health regulations, type of cup, or size of cup.
      Full details. Was about to ask what the measurements they allow as it was not posted.

      Also who is that guy that showed up with a rice cooker? O_o;;

      If there were no rules show up with this https://waterbob.com/instructions/ and walk out with 100Gals


      EDIT:

      26cm = 10.2362 inches

      Thought it might help to post a quick conversion. Now to see if there is a 10" x 10" cup insulated mug out there. Likely not going to go get a slurpee but just curious if they have a mug that size.

      The 52oz Bubba mug comes to
      Temperature: 32°F to 200°F
      Material: BPA-Free Plastic
      Height: 8.1 in
      Length: 7.75 in
      Width: 5.8 in
      Weight: 1.15 lb

      EDIT2

      Nice.

      https://www.drinktanks.com/product/drin ... z-growler/

      Image


      The Juggernaut – DrinkTanks® 128 oz Insulated Growler. It is made from high quality 18/8 stainless steel, and has double wall vacuum insulation. The BPA free poly cap is secured by a sturdy double bail locking system that is leakproof and keeps contents cold for 24+ hours and hot for 12+ hours.

      It’s the perfect mini keg for the craft beer lover. Now all you need is a Keg Cap!

      Cold 24+ hours / Hot 12 + hours
      18/8 Premium Stainless Steel / BPA Free
      Durable and Leakproof
      Easy Pour Handle
      Dishwasher Safe
      Holds up to 60 PSI
      Lifetime Warranty

      Choose from 15 stylish finishes or classic stainless steel.


      Weight 5 lbs
      Dimensions 10 x 10 x 17 in
      Color

      Acai, Cinder, Copper, Crimson, Emerald, Gecko, Glacier, Grapefruit, Gunmetal, Obsidian, Ocean, Sky, Stainless Steel, Sulfur, Tangerine, Timber
    • Report Post
    • Reminder that this is today :)
    • Report Post
    • I've never had an issue with a 7-11 employee telling me that whatever container I brought was too big. I think they like the crazy promo.

      Granted the biggest thing I filled was a 20 liter bucket.
    • Report Post
    • AncientWords wrote:
      May 18th, 2018 10:40 pm
      I've never had an issue with a 7-11 employee telling me that whatever container I brought was too big. I think they like the crazy promo.

      Granted the biggest thing I filled was a 20 liter bucket.
      Makes you wonder how much $2 of slurpee really is.
    • Report Post
    • Not many people when I went today. Brought a 5 little mixing bowl. Good times!
    • Report Post
    • lip1978 wrote:
      May 18th, 2018 11:22 pm
      Makes you wonder how much $2 of slurpee really is.
      When I used to work in a convenience store back in 1991, the cup cost more than the contents.
    • Report Post

Other Fast Food Deals

View all
get deal