Each year, 7-Eleven encourages Slurpee lovers to show their creativity via its Bring Your Own Cup Day promotion. This year, the chain is expanding the celebration to two days: August 18 and 19. With that in mind, Elite Daily has compiled this list of a few things you need to remember before picking your cup and heading to your local 7-Eleven.
What You Can Bring?: According to 7-Eleven, customers can bring a cup or “a container that can serve as a cup” to fill up with their favorite Slurpee flavor or flavors.
Things To Remember: Regardless of your cup choice, just make sure it’s food safe and water tight.
How Much Does It Cost?: While there’s a limit of one per person, your filled personal cup is only going to run you $1.50.
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