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7-Eleven celebrates Memorial Day with 49 cent Slurpees

From 7-Eleven:

Memorial Day Weekend (Friday, May 24 through Monday, May 27), consumers can purchase 49 cent medium Slurpee drinks including the all-new Slurpee Lite Sugar Free Sprite Flavor!

Slurpee summer is here and 7-Eleven, home of the iconic frozen drink, is on a mission to make this summer #AWESUMMER by offering great deals, discounts, coupons and refreshing treats all summer. 

Typically, limited-release Slurpee flavors are kept top secret until they become available in the stores but 7-Eleven is revealing their exclusive summer flavors ahead of launch:

May 18 – June 23:

Slurpee Lite Sugar Free Sprite flavor

Slurpee Fanta Oddball Orange 

June 24 – Sept. 3:

Slurpee Lite Sugar Free Fanta Mango Lemonade

Slurpee Fanta Strawberry Lemonshade

Guests who download the 7-Eleven App to their smartphone via App Store or Google Play will gain access to coupons for free merchandise every week all summer long and other exclusive offers. Later this summer, 7-Eleven will reveal plans to celebrate 7-Eleven Day and the company's 86th birthday. 

 

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