7-Eleven Day might be cancelled but here’s how to get a free Slurpee

7-Eleven cancels 7-11 Day, photo provided by 7-Eleven
7-Eleven cancels 7-11 Day, photo provided by 7-Eleven /

Even without 7-Eleven Day you can get a free Slurpee

As all businesses navigate the current climate, the annual 7-Eleven Day has been canceled for this summer. While everyone loves a free Slurpee on this annual celebration, all is not lost. Everyone can still get that iconic frozen beverage for free. And, that is not the only gift for this special celebration.

Usually on 7-Eleven Day, many people line up for that free Slurpee. It is annual summer rite of passage. Given today’s current climate the influx of Slurpee fans wanting an extra sip may not be the best choice. Instead, 7-Eleven has found an easy, convenient way for every to get that Slurpee fix.

This year. All 7Rewards members will receive one free Medium Slurpee. The coupon will appear in their account starting July 1. With this option, guests can enjoy that free frozen beverage when it is most convenient for them.

Also, the 7Rewards app will have other discounts, too. For example, the Big Bite Hot Dog will be just $1 from July 1 through July 12. Who wants a Slurpee and a hot dog?

While people might miss congregating on 7/11 Day, 7-Eleven is making this year’s celebratory date even more special. This year, 7-Eleven is giving a birthday gift of one million meals to Feeding America. As many people have come to learn, Feeding America has been a force to helping combat domestic hunger.

Even though 7-Eleven is America’s convenience store, this significant Feeding America donation might have a bigger impact that giving away millions of Slurpees. Local communities that are struggling with hunger issues are getting the help that they need. In a way, a donation is the most thoughtful birthday gift that a brand can give.

Since 7-Eleven has given this generous gift,  it can spark some giving with its fans. Maybe consumers can buy an extra Slurpee with that free one and share it with a family member. Sometimes the best gifts are the ones that are shared.

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What do you think about 7-Eleven Day being canceled? Are you still going to get your free Slurpee?