Is 7-Eleven giving away free Slurpees this year?

Cool off with two free Slurpees this July.

As summer heats up, 7-Eleven is helping people cool off with Free Smurfs for a limited time.

The convenience store is giving away a free mini Slurpee to customers for their 96th birthday on Tuesday, July 11.

It’s just birthday business as usual for 7-Eleven, which has been giving away free Slurpees every year on July 11 since 2002.

This year, customers can get an extra frozen drink using 7-Eleven or Speedway rewards programs, and you don’t have to wait until Tuesday for your free reward.

You’ll get the chance to try limited edition Slurpee flavors like Sprite Lymonade Legacy, Fanta Dragon Fruit Zero Sugar, Hibiscus Lemonade, and Summertime Citrus.

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How to get free Slurpees

Slurpee Day: July 11

On Tuesday, July 11, all customers can go to their local 7-Eleven, Speedway or Stripes convenience store and claim the free Slurpee.

There are no coupons or apps needed in the store this year, unlike the past three years. In 2020, 7-Eleven canceled the free Slurpee day due to the COVID-19 pandemic, choosing to give loyal customers an in-app rewards coupon that they can redeem throughout July, to discourage potential customers. big crowd.

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How to get more Slurpee

Participants of the 7REWARDS Free and Quick Rewards program will receive an in-app coupon for more free Slurpees. Members can scan their physical rewards card or app at checkout to redeem the coupon starting July 1.

To sign up, download the 7-Eleven or Speedway app or sign up in person.


Customers can order free Slurpees through 7-Eleven’s delivery service, 7NOWonly on Saturday, July 8.

Other offers

Loyalty members will also have access to $1 worth of food deals on pizza slices and other snacks.

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Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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