7-Eleven celebrates with freebies

    Freebies abound for Australian consumers tomorrow at 7-Eleven. They form part of this year’s 7-Eleven Day celebrations.

    On the seventh of the eleventh, consumers can get a free regular coffee, free large Slurpee or free 7-Eleven iced coffee with any purchase, including fuel.

    The 7-Eleven Australia team is hoping to celebrate with more than 200,000 customers on the day.

    Fancy dress for $711

    Each year, hundreds of customers take the 7-Eleven Day celebrations to the next level by dressing up in costumes and taking creative pictures of their 7-Eleven Day moment for the chance to win $711.

    A prize is awarded every hour for 24 hours through the 7-Eleven Facebook page for the best pictures.

    “We love our customers, and 7-Eleven Day is a great chance for us to celebrate, and shout them a coffee or a Slurpee to say thanks,” 7-Eleven General Manager for Marketing Julie Laycock said.

    “It’s a really fun day in-store, we’re excited to see everyone’s costumes and creative photos, and we’d love to get as many Australians as possible to come and celebrate with us.”

    Freebies are available with every items purchased, with a range of freebie options on offer according to terms and conditions.

    Most popular freebies – with recycling too

    “The free Slurpee was the most popular choice in 2018, but I expect 7-Eleven coffee fans to give them a run for their money this year,” Ms Laycock said.

    “Customers looking for a low sugar Slurpee option or who want to reduce their single cup use can participate too.

    “Our coffee machines have low fat and full cream milk, and every store has at least one Slurpee low sugar option to choose from.

    “Slurpee cups and coffee cups can be recycled in our Simply Cups recycling units that are now in more than 500 stores nationally, or customers can use their Slurpee bottles, or a reusable cup for their free regular coffee as well.

    “Our store and support office teams work together to help delight our customers with giveaways on the day. It takes a lot of work to serve so many customers and keep those coffee machines filled and Slurpee barrels pouring on the day but it’s a lot of fun.”

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