Bring Your Own Cup to 7-Eleven and Get a Slurpee Deal

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Grab your favorite cup and head over to 7-Eleven this weekend for a great deal on a Slurpee. Bring your own cup to any participating 7-Eleven from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on May 19 and May 20 and fill it up with a Slurpee for $1.50.

The cup cannot be larger than 10 inches in diameter and must be watertight.

The 7-Eleven deal is just one of several beverage specials in May. Others include:

  • Dunkin’ Donuts. The national chain says it also plans to celebrate the unofficial arrival of summer by offering a free 3.5-ounce sample of Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on May 19 while supplies last at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide.
  • Kum & Go. Beginning this month, the retailer is offer $1 fountain drinks of any size all summer long.
  • Nestea. Fill out the form at the Nestea website to get a coupon for either a free 18.5-ounce or 23-ounce bottle. Or, save $1.79 on any one 0.5-liter six-pack or 24-pack. Offer expires June 19 or when supplies run out.
  • Starbucks. If you own a Keurig brewing machine, sign up at the Starbucks website for a free sample pack of the retailer’s signature tastes and blends.

Do you know of other great deals in May? Share them by commenting below or on our Facebook page.

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