It's that time of year again when 7-Eleven hands out free Slurpees and coffees to customers. However, there's a slight string attached (isn't there always?) Here are the details.
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7 Eleven is about to get some stiff competition when it comes to cheap morning coffee. The supermarket giant Coles is rolling out a new chain of express outlets dubbed “Big Yum at Little Coles”. Focusing on healthy snacks and beverages to go, the stores' main claim to fame will be fresh coffee for just 80c a cup.
The 'Xpandinator' is a free Slurpee contraption from 7-Eleven that gives you a significantly larger serving inside your cup. It is compatible with all Slurpee sizes and can be re-used indefinitely -- in other words, it's basically a free upgrade that lasts forever. On the downside, it has a bizarre top-heavy design that can lead to catastrophic Slurpee spills. Here's how it handled in practice.
When Google Play gift cards went on Australia earlier this year, the only place you could purchase them was Woolworths and Big W. That window of exclusivity is over: you can now pick up the cards at 7-Eleven stores as well.
Today is Bottomless Slurpee Day at 7-Eleven. Armed with $3 and Google Maps, our intrepid sugar-fiend Chris Jager hits every 7-Eleven outlet in the local area. Bring on the brain-freeze!
Blimey. For years we've maintained that 25 per cent was as good as the iTunes discounts would get, but now we'll have to revise that assessment. Right now, 7-Eleven has 30 per cent off all iTunes cards.
Five days of free Slurpees begins today at 7-Eleven -- but unlike previous years where everyone could score a free Slurpee simply by showing up, this year you need to get a voucher in advance for a specific date. Check out our original post for all the details.