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Americans turn out in full force for BYOC Slurpee Day

Posted at 10:40 AM, Apr 09, 2015
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Photo credit: 7-Eleven

7-Eleven is kicking off Slurpee season this Saturday with BYO Cup Day.

That means you can bring your beakers, goblets, jars or anything else that could be even remotely considered a cup to 7-Eleven and fill it with Slurpee deliciousness.

Between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, it will cost you $1.49 to fill up a “Slurpee” cup of your choice, regardless of size. However, the cup must fit upright through an in-store display with a 10-inch diameter hole. So, no trash cans and inflatable swimming pools are allowed (sorry guys).

Photo credit: 7-Eleven

Photo credit: 7-Eleven

This is the first time BYO Cup Day has been held in the United States, although 7-Eleven stores in Australia, Canada, the Philippines and Malaysia have held BYO Cup Days in the past.

Slurpee drinks purchased during BYO Cup Day will count as a punch on 7Rewards, 7-Eleven’s customer loyalty platform.

If a customer already has six digital punches on their rewards card, they can redeem their free 7th drink during BYO Cup Day.

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