7-Eleven is offering FREE Slurpees for one day this week for their birthday!

7-Eleven Day: Celebrate with a Free Slurpee7-Eleven Day: Celebrate with a Free Slurpee July 11th marks the highly anticipated 7-Eleven Day, a time to commemorate the iconic convenience store’s birthday. To celebrate, all 40+ 7-Eleven locations in Metro Vancouver will be offering a free small Slurpee to customers from 7am to 11pm. This offer, available only in-store, provides the perfect opportunity to beat the summer heat and reminisce about childhood memories. The Slurpee, a beloved Canadian treat since it was first introduced in Calgary in 1969, has been keeping generations cool. Invented in the 1960s by Omar Knedlik, the Slurpee quickly gained popularity and became a staple in 7-Eleven stores worldwide. The unique name “7-Eleven” stems from the store’s original operating hours of 7am to 11pm. Despite many locations now being open 24/7, the name has become synonymous with the brand. With a variety of flavors to choose from, including classic Coke, Crush Orange, and more adventurous options, there’s a Slurpee for every taste. On July 11th, head to your nearest 7-Eleven and indulge in this refreshing treat for free. For more information on store locations and upcoming food experiences in Metro Vancouver, visit the provided links. Instagram is recommended for those seeking more visual content and updates.

July 11th is coming and it’s time to start looking forward to 7-Eleven Day!

Celebrate their birthday with a free small Slurpee from 7am to 11pm at any of the 40+ 7-Eleven locations in Metro Vancouver.

This offer is only valid in store.

With the current heat wave, there’s no better way to beat the heat and reminisce about childhood memories than with this ice cold treat.

The Slurpee has been a favorite in Canada since 1969, when it was first served in Calgary.

These ice-cold drinks, at a temperature of -2.2 degrees Celsius (well, maybe not that ice-cold), have been keeping Canadians cool all this time.

The Slurpee was invented in the 1960s by Omar Knedlik at his hamburger stand in Kansas and quickly became a sensation.

Ever wondered why it’s called 7-Eleven?

The name is derived from the store’s original opening hours: 7am to 11pm.

Although many locations are now open 24/7, the name has stuck and 7-Eleven has become a household name in street language and neighborhood store culture.

Photo Credits: 7-Eleven

Whether you prefer classic Coke, Crush Orange, or more adventurous flavors, on July 11th, head to your nearest 7-Eleven to cool off with a free Slurpee.

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