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7-Eleven Hawai‘i Turns 30, and it’s Celebrating With More Than Free Slurpee®

(Sponsored) Starting today, the local convenience store franchise will be offering a brand-new Slurpee® flavor not available anywhere else in the world.



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Forget the cake and candles: Instead, each year on July 11, 7-Eleven celebrates its birthday with free small Slurpee® from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Today, the brand anticipates its Hawai‘i locations will give away more than 100,000 free Slurpee® in celebration of 7-Eleven Day.

 

As it closes in on its 30th anniversary this December, 7-Eleven Hawai‘i has teamed up with Hawaiian Airlines and Harders Hawai‘i to celebrate its milestone in an extra special way. Starting today, customers can visit any Hawai‘i location to enjoy the Holoholo Slurpee® with Hawaiian Airlines, a brand-new flavor inspired by the POG juice served on all Hawaiian Airlines interisland routes.

 

To commemorate the Slurpee® collab, 7-Eleven Hawai‘i reached out to local artist Derick Fabian (@7Sketches) to design a limited-edition large Slurpee® cup featuring five Island-inspired characters on board a Hawaiian Airlines plane. Today only, customers can buy a large Slurpee® with the limited-edition design for just $1, and, starting today, any purchase of a large Slurpee® will include a free collectible sticker featuring one of the five characters.

 

7 Eleven Hawaii

 

Plus, just for HawaiianMiles members: Today through July 17, members who make a minimum purchase of $11 at 7-Eleven Hawai‘i using their Hawaiian Airlines card can earn 7 bonus miles per $1 spent.

 

For more information on 7-Eleven Hawai‘i, visit 7elevenhawaii.com.

 

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