Slurpee Canada’s annual Bring Your Own Cup event is back this week!

Slurpee Canada’s annual Bring Your Own Cup event is back this week!

Slurpee Canada bring your own cup day is back on March 24-25, 2017.

[tweetthis]Slurpee Canada’s Bring Your Own Cup event is back this week! [/tweetthis]

On March 24-25, 2017, the Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup event will be back at 7-Eleven stores across Canada!

Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup event guidelines

On the two days mentioned above, customers are encouraged to use their imagination and bring any clean container (that is a maximum size of 26cm wide x 26cm high, and able to hold liquid) to their local 7-Eleven store–to fill with a Slurpee beverage in the flavour(s) of their choosing for $1.50.

Guests may bring one container per day; and no refills are allowed.

Enter here to see a full list of Slurpee flavours available in Canada (flavour offerings vary by location)

Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup Contest

Overview

Between March 24th and March 26th, 2017, 7-Eleven Canada guests ages 13+ will be entered automatically into the Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup Contest after uploading an unaltered photo of themselves and their original Slurpee container (using both the hashtag #BYOCCanada and @SlurpeeCanada) to their personal account on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.

Each entrant may submit up to a total of seven entries during the contest period. Each photo submitted as an entry must be different from the one(s) submitted previously.

To avoid disappointment, please review the complete contest terms and conditions before taking photographs and/or submitting your pictures.

Enter here for full Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup Contest details

[tweetthis]Head to 7-Eleven with the container of your choice to fill with Slurpee Mar 24-25! (+contest) [/tweetthis]

 

This contest is being run by 7-Eleven, with whom EH Canada has no affiliation. For any questions or concerns regarding this event and/or giveaway, please contact 7-Eleven/Slurpee Canada directly.

About Jenn Gill

Jenn is a work-from-home mama, word wizard, and photography enthusiast; living in the Lower Mainland, BC, with her husband and two young daughters. Whether it be online or at the local farmers market, she loves to shop. She's well-known for scouring packaging labels for a business address or "Made in Canada" sticker, and gets giddy at the discovery of new (or new-to-her) Canadian products.