‘Two Cool’ BOGO Slurpees All Week at 7-Eleven

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With the kids back in school and the days getting shorter, many Americans are bidding a bittersweet farewell to summer. But it’s not too late to chill out with an icy cold treat.

Sipping on the new green-apple Skittles Slurpee from 7-Eleven is sure to sweeten your day, especially with the chain’s “buy one, get one free” Slurpee offer.

That’s right. It’s BOGO Slurpee week at 7-Eleven. The “Two Cool” Slurpee offer is good for any size Slurpee drink from Sept. 12-18.

This is just the latest Slurpee promotion rolled out by 7-Eleven in 2016 to celebrate the icy drink’s 50th birthday. Laura Gordon, 7-Eleven’s vice president of marketing and brand innovation, says:

“We have had a lot of fun this year toasting Slurpee’s 50th again and again with — what else — a Slurpee drink, America’s favorite frozen treat. … This offer is not only a great value but also provides a refreshing way to brighten someone else’s day with a Slurp-It-Forward free Slurpee.”

If you’re a member of the convenience store chain’s 7Rewards loyalty program, both the purchased Slurpee and the free drink count toward the “buy six, get the seventh free” drink offer available to rewards members.

Are you a Slurpee fan? What’s your favorite Slurpee flavor? Share your comments below or on our Facebook page.

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