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7-11 Free Slurpee Day

7-11 is a convenience store located all over the United States. Celebrating the company’s 75th birthday on July 11, 2002, the store gave customers a free Slurpee, marking the first official National Free Slurpee Day. The date is significant since July is the seventh month of the year and 11 is the date, 7-11. On this date all you need to do is go into any participating 7-Eleven, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., and receive a free, 12-ounce Slurpee (while supplies last).

When is Free Slurpee Day?

Annually on July 11th

Type of Holiday:

Fun, food holiday

Other Holidays Celebrated on July 11th:

National Cheer Up The Lonely Day
National Rainier Cherry Day
National Blueberry Muffin Day
All American Pet Photo Day
National Mojito Day
National 7-Eleven Day

How to Celebrate 7-11 Free Slurpee Day:

  • Head over to your nearest convenience store and get your free slurpee
  • Invite friends and family to do the same and then head over to the park to enjoy the delicious drink.
  • Share the news of the day on your social media accounts so no one misses it.


  • 7-11 Free Slurpee Day was first celebrated on July 11, 2002
  • The celebration was for the convenience stores 75th birthday
  • No purchase is necessary to get the free drink.
  • The drink is free between the hours of 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
  • It’s one free drink per day (but we have heard of people going to different stores to get the free drink – not that we’re suggesting that at all.)

Famous Birthdays on July 11th.

  • Yul Brynner – Russian. Film & Stage Actor
  • John Quincy Adams – 6th President of the United States
  • Alessia Cara – Canadian singer/songwriter
  • Sela Ward – American Actress
  • Sadie Robertson – Reality TV, Actress
  • Justin Chambers – Actor
  • Georgio Armani – Italian Fashion Designer

Popular Social Media Hashtags:

#7-11freeslurpee #freeslurpeeday #nationalmojitoday #mojitoday #enjoyaslurpeeandmojito

Other holidays celebrated in July include National Fried Chicken Day, National Hawaii Day, National Kitten Day and National Mac and Cheese Day.

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