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[7 Eleven] Slurpee fill up your cup for $2.49 (May 13 & 14)

don't remember if they did this the past 2 years or not but i think it's a little more expensive this year. still worth it if you love slurpees and have a big container! also get 711 bonus points (whatever thats worth??)

"Dig through your cupboards and bring your most inspirational and creative cup to your nearest 7-Eleven.
Fill it for just $2.49.

Plus – 7Rewards members get an extra 711 bonus points when you scan your Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup purchase at the register with your app.

Two Days Only: May 13 & 14"


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Jun 18, 2009
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I wonder what the largest container they'll allow is.
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May 10, 2020
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Munked wrote: I wonder what the largest container they'll allow is.
Container used must fit within a 26 cm diameter’. Cups when full must fit within a specific size limit: 26cm wide x 26cm high.
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Jul 2, 2021
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The last year they did this they had a stand that you had to be able to fit your pail through. I used a 4 litre ice cream pail.
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jrscar wrote: Container used must fit within a 26 cm diameter’. Cups when full must fit within a specific size limit: 26cm wide x 26cm high.
Thank you!
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Someone use that $49 inflatable Swan.
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7-11... here I come


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jrscar wrote:
Container used must fit within a 26 cm diameter’. Cups when full must fit within a specific size limit: 26cm wide x 26cm high.
Max volume is 3185.57 cubic cm= 3.186L = 1.28$/liter slurpee
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Normally I would but I just did the Circle K one recently so my body can't handle the sugar again. Enjoy folks, excited to see what yall come up with
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4 liter milk jugs
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Don't do it. Circle K's free Frosters almost made our family diabetic. Keep yourself and family away from liquid calories... Disappointed Face
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Bbrown3979 wrote: Max volume is 3185.57 cubic cm= 3.186L = 1.28$/liter slurpee
How did you get 3185.57 cm^3?

If you use a cylinder with radius 13 cm (so diameter would be 26 cm), and a height of 26 cm, you get 13804 cm^3 (13.8L).

It's even more if you use a cube that's 26x26x26 cm (17.5L), but I think the diameter restriction clarifies that's not allowed.
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What's the usual size limit for a refill?

Not sure if it's the same in other places, but in the Vancouver locations, it's normally $1.89 for a Slurpee refill under 32oz and $2.29 for over 32oz.

It doesn't say what the maximum size is.

When I go do a refill, I use a 64oz double-walled container, which is almost 2L. More than half the time, the cashier just charges me $1.89.
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This will do the job well
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and this stuff doesnt store well. Forcing your body to take in that much sugar within 24 hours before it melts - you have to be amazing.
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Mrbj wrote: Don't do it. Circle K's free Frosters almost made our family diabetic. Keep yourself and family away from liquid calories... Disappointed Face
Yes because Frosters alone would lead to diabetes.

From: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/do ... e-diabetes

"While it’s true that eating large amounts of added sugar may increase your risk of diabetes, sugar intake is just one piece of the puzzle.

Many other factors — including overall diet, lifestyle and genetics — also impact your risk."

The Frosters did not do that, you and your family using free will decided that path unless Circle K forced them down your throat which I'm 100 percent sure they didn't.

I am so sick and tired of the uninformed ignorant diabetes comments. I say this as a diabetic of 28 years who happens to know a few things from reading and talking to my medical professionals.
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canlabman wrote: Yes because Frosters alone would lead to diabetes.

From: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/do ... e-diabetes

"While it’s true that eating large amounts of added sugar may increase your risk of diabetes, sugar intake is just one piece of the puzzle.

Many other factors — including overall diet, lifestyle and genetics — also impact your risk."

The Frosters did not do that, you and your family using free will decided that path unless Circle K forced them down your throat which I'm 100 percent sure they didn't.

I am so sick and tired of the uninformed ignorant diabetes comments. I say this as a diabetic of 28 years who happens to know a few things from reading and talking to my medical professionals.
Diabetes aside, the obesity level in this country has to chill lol
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OleSolskjaer wrote: Diabetes aside, the obesity level in this country has to chill lol
Yes, and making comments that have nothing to do with the deal at hand will help the obesity level in this country. /s

Some think it's their job to lecture others on the health aspects of every deal that involves anything that has sugar in it and spread the old misinformed trope of sugar being the cause of diabetes.

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