Free 7-Eleven Slurpee Day: How and Where to Get Yours

Nothing beats getting something for free, and don't 7-Eleven know it.

On Wednesday, the convenience store will celebrate 7-Eleven day—otherwise known as its birthday, July 11. If you visit your local (participating) 7-Eleven store you can grab yourself a free small Slurpee drink from between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., while supplies last.

The Slurpee deal will kick off "seven deals in seven days." After Wednesday, 7-Eleven will offer patrons the chance to try new fresh food items including sandwiches and brownies. 7-Eleven senior vice-president Raj Kapoor said it was as much a celebration for its customers as it was for the 91-year-old chain.

"Free Slurpee day may be the most anticipated day of the year for millions of 7‑Eleven customers and new customers alike," Kapoor said. "7‑Eleven Day is a celebration, not only of our birthday, but more importantly, of our customers. I encourage everyone to look around the store, grab an old favorite like a Big Bite hot dog to enjoy with their free Slurpee drink or maybe try something they haven't. We have lots of delicious new choices in stores."

You can get a free small Slurpee from 7-Eleven on Wednesday. 7-Eleven

Big Bite hot dogs will also be sold for $1 on 7-Eleven's birthday and one week later on National Hot Dog Day (July 18). According to the company, 7-Eleven is the largest convenience chain in the world.

And if you can't make in store on Wednesday, there is plenty on for the rest of the week:

  • July 12: Free 7-Select Pure water with purchase of a BODYARMOR sports drink.
  • July 13: Free Big Gulp fountain drink with purchase of a share-size Snickers candy bar.
  • July 14: Free 7-Select popcorn with purchase of a 20-ounce Smartwater.
  • July 15: Free single-size Reese's candy with purchase of a share-size bag of 7-Select Gummies.
  • July 16: Free 20-ounce Coca-Cola with purchase of any flavor Cheez-It baked snack crackers.
  • July 17: Free single-serve bag of 7-Select chips with purchase of any fresh sandwich.
  • July 18: Free single-serve 7-Select tortilla chips with purchase of any 7-Select nuts.

On Tuesday, Chick-fil-A ran its own freebie promotion. Despite not celebrating Fried Chicken Day on Friday, the chain has embraced Cow Appreciation Day. Anyone who arrived in store dressed like a cow, ringing a cowbell or dressed "udderly crazy" was given a free entree. Children will earn themselves a free kids meal.

The chicken chain has celebrated Cow Appreciation Day for 14 years straight and had 1.8 million people participate last year.