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[7-Eleven] Bring your own Cup - Slurpee $1.50 Mar 24 &25

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Bring your own Cup - Slurpee $1.50 Mar 24 &25

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Price:
1.50
Expiry:
March 25, 2017
Retailer:
7-Eleven
$1.50 for bring your own cup. Rules and regulations as per the previous times (size of cup, etc) - posted on the link.

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MikeLoven wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 3:15 pm
Whats the regulations on the size of the cup?
The regulation should be the fact that no person on the planet should ingest 200g of sugar in one sitting. haha
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Jan 17, 2017
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Just got the email:
When full must fit within 26cm diameter or fit the magic measuring hole displayed in store.
One cup per person per day.
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It turns to shit after you get to a certain point. I'm all about drinking unhealthy stuff but damn I think big gulp is overkill. It's not like you can just stash it and drink it later.
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Add a little rye and it's great around the campfire
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GlenLalonde wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 3:19 pm
Just got the email:
When full must fit within 26cm diameter or fit the magic measuring hole displayed in store.
One cup per person per day.
So technically, you could bring a 26cm cylinder with no height restriction?
Im more curious than anything else.
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Did anyone find and diet Slurpee locations yet??
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its 26cm wide x 26cm high circle.
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We never take part in this but its always interesting to see the pictures that pop up
ING Direct since the beginning!
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As in the past, they'll have a cardboard sign up which has a 26 cm diameter circular hole cut into it. If you try to bring, say, a 26 cm diameter by 1 m long cylinder, the store staff will "try" to fit the cylinder sideways (in which case, the 1 m "width" won't go) and disqualify the container. The container must fit no matter what direction it's inserted.

Some locations will let you bend or outright break the rules (which is how people post photos of garbage cans, kiddie pools, mop buckets, etc being filled) but the more strict locations will measure as I describe above.

What it boils down to is, you probably won't be able to find a container significantly bigger than their normal large size. Which is why they set that 26 cm trap. Theoretically if you had a 26cm diameter sphere you could take home 9.2 litres of Slurpee... so the kids with the round fish bowls have the right idea...
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It's time for them to flush out the old winter stock.
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Seriously, not a single 7-Eleven in the Ottawa area?

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