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[7-Eleven] Nationwide - May 19. $1.50 BYOC for 7-11 Slurpee

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Nationwide - May 19. $1.50 BYOC for 7-11 Slurpee

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May 19, 2017
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Time to dig up those rice cookers, trash cans, etc once more!

Combine with their BOGO nachos and you've got yourself a romantic dinner for little cost!

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NIMBY = "My neighbour has just pulled out in his Tesla. I can't imagine he is very happy at the thought that somebody might, out of, let's say jealousy, or whatever, feel obliged to graffiti his car,"
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Bumping this... happens tomorrow!
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I am getting some serious brain freeze just by looking at those pics.
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Just to be perfectly clear. There are rules and restrictions for the size of the cup or container you can use for this deal. Please do not be mislead by the photos above as they were during the first time the deal existed. 7-11 has learned their lesson since then. LOL.
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bump - happens today. I found an old cat litter box to use. Cleaned it ok, figure Slurpee will take care of whatever I missed.
NIMBY = "My neighbour has just pulled out in his Tesla. I can't imagine he is very happy at the thought that somebody might, out of, let's say jealousy, or whatever, feel obliged to graffiti his car,"
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sprung wrote:
May 19th, 2017 9:05 am
bump - happens today. I found an old cat litter box to use. Cleaned it ok, figure Slurpee will take care of whatever I missed.
pics or it didn't happen :)
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Heading over later - hope the good flavors aren't all sold out.
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I went last night for one. Not for this deal just wanted one.

There is a new spicy mango flavour they are pushing. And it is not bad at first but it actually does get spicy and also tastes horrible.
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BlackShiraya wrote:
May 19th, 2017 7:59 am
Just to be perfectly clear. There are rules and restrictions for the size of the cup or container you can use for this deal. Please do not be mislead by the photos above as they were during the first time the deal existed. 7-11 has learned their lesson since then. LOL.
Exactly. Remember they have this 26 cm diameter hole in a cardboard display and the container must fit in any direction for it to be legal. So if you brought in a 26 cm diameter by 1 meter long cylinder, sure it would fit lengthwise but not across and would be disallowed. So theoretically the biggest container you could bring is a 26 cm diameter SPHERE. The staff are usually lenient, if it is just an inch or two off in one direction they'll let it go. But bring in garbage cans, huge thermoses, etc, no way.
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May 19th, 2017 1:46 pm

Exactly. Remember they have this 26 cm diameter hole in a cardboard display and the container must fit in any direction for it to be legal. So if you brought in a 26 cm diameter by 1 meter long cylinder, sure it would fit lengthwise but not across and would be disallowed. So theoretically the biggest container you could bring is a 26 cm diameter SPHERE. The staff are usually lenient, if it is just an inch or two off in one direction they'll let it go. But bring in garbage cans, huge thermoses, etc, no way.
How about one of these????https://m.canadiantire.ca/products/prod ... ku=0853740

Or even a garbage bag?
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EastGTARedFlagger wrote:
May 19th, 2017 1:46 pm
Exactly. Remember they have this 26 cm diameter hole in a cardboard display and the container must fit in any direction for it to be legal. So if you brought in a 26 cm diameter by 1 meter long cylinder, sure it would fit lengthwise but not across and would be disallowed. So theoretically the biggest container you could bring is a 26 cm diameter SPHERE. The staff are usually lenient, if it is just an inch or two off in one direction they'll let it go. But bring in garbage cans, huge thermoses, etc, no way.
If anyone was wondering, I measured a 4L ice cream pail and got 21 cm across (diameter) by 15 cm high - should theoretically fit.
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I usually being my 100 ounce yard cup from Vegas for this. Works perfect. It's long and skinny so it fits in the hole (giggity)

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