Oh thank heaven for 7-Eleven on New Year’s Eve

(Photo Illustration by Mateusz Slodkowski/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
(Photo Illustration by Mateusz Slodkowski/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) /

From that thirst for a Slurpee to maybe even scoring a winning lottery ticket to start the New Year with a windfall, knowing that 7-Eleven is open on New Year’s Eve might be the added sparkle to the celebratory spirit. How is America’s convenience store helping make the last day of the year even more spectacular?

For many people, 7-Eleven has become more than just the easy stop for gas. The convenience store has expanded its offerings beyond that Big Gulp or coffee grabbed in a hurry while filling the tank. From pantry staples to quick bites, the locations have almost become like a grocery store.

As the company has expanded its food offerings and leveraged its 7Rewards programs, more people are looking at the convenience store as a one stop shop. Beyond grabbing that forgotten gallon of milk for breakfast, it is the convenient dinner option, the snack for the big game, and a variety of other food choices.

For New Year’s Eve, 7-Eleven is offering a Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza for just $6. Available via 7NOW, the 7-Eleven delivery app, select stores are offering this tasty discount. The offer is limited to one per order. Whether the pizza is a late night snack or even an easy pre-event dinner, many people are hungry to take advantage of this offer.

While the New Year’s Eve deal might have some people adding a pizza to that beverage, snack, or other food order, the reality is that 7-Eleven, pizza, and holidays are always a winning combination. As seen during Halloween, the brand’s pizza flies out of the oven.

Although it is best to check with each local store, many 7-Eleven stores are open late on New Year’s Eve and they are often open on New Year’s Day. Whether people thirst for the hair of the dog or something more hydrating, 7-Eleven has people covered.

Yes, say thank heavens for 7-Eleven being open on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. It proves yet again that convenience wins the holiday.