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Free Slurpees on Friday at 7-Eleven, plus a week of free treats

Free small Slurpees at 7-Eleven on Friday
7-Eleven is celebrating '7-Eleven Day' with free small Slurpees Friday and a week of free treats

7-Eleven is celebrating 7-Eleven Day, also known as July 11, on Friday with free Slurpees. And instead of having a single celebration, the retailer has decided to make all next week, 7-Eleven Week. 

On Friday, guests can grab a free small Slurpee from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at participating 7-Eleven locations while supplies last. You can also buy a quarter-pound Big Bites hot dog for $1 all day. 

During 7-Eleven week, from Saturday to July 19, guests can use a 7-Eleven app to get more freebies. Free treats include a Big Gulp on Saturday, M&M's brand birthday cake chocolate candies Sunday, Grandma's Cookies on Monday, Hostess Twinkies on Tuesday, Twix or Snickers brand ice cream bars on Wednesday, July 16, Quaker Chewy yogurt snack bars Thursday, July 17, and Pillsbury cookies Friday, July 18. 

The week closes with another free small Slurpee drink Saturday, July 19. To receive all of the 7-Eleven Week freebies, you need to download and register on the 7-Eleven app, then have your member barcode on your phone scanned at checkout. 

7-Eleven also just launched its new Doritos Loaded warm nacho cheese snacks at locations across the country.

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