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Something new and exciting is coming to you and all 7-Eleven stores with Slurpee nationwide on November 7. 7-Eleven, in partnership with Coca-Cola, brings you the Philippines’ first ever Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup Day! It all began when 7-Eleven Australia came up with something ingeniously fun and wacky that sent people rushing to the convenience store chain with their teapots, canisters, and even a wheelbarrow, to be filled with Slurpee.
Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup Day was the phenomenon that brought out the kid in everyone, one “cup” at a time.
As it turns out, giving people total creative control delivered the most amazing results and the most outrageous ideas for cup replacement such as, but not limited to, fishbowls, watering cans, trumpets, and trophies, to name a few.
The famous movement started in Australia and has made its way to Malaysia and now, the Philippines. For only 29 Pesos, anyone can use the craziest “cups” they can get their hands on. We all know that we Pinoys are creative, wacky and funny people so let’s show Australia and Malaysia what we’ve got! (I know, it’s not a competition… But still. Haha)
How does it work? Customers are encouraged to bring the craziest cups they can think of. Anything that can be filled is fair game provided that it follows the rules. As long as the “cup” in question is hygienic, watertight, fixed in size and shape and able to fit in the MaCUPangyarihang Bilog, customers can fill it to the brim with Slurpee. Be warned, however: Brain freeze may occur!
For more information, watch this quick video below:

Something new and exciting is coming to you and all 7-Eleven stores with Slurpee nationwide on November 7. 7-Eleven, in partnership with Coca-Cola, brings you the Philippines’ first ever Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup Day! It all began when 7-Eleven Australia came up with something ingeniously fun and wacky that sent people rushing to the convenience store chain with their teapots, canisters, and even a wheelbarrow, to be filled with Slurpee.

Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup Day was the phenomenon that brought out the kid in everyone, one “cup” at a time.

As it turns out, giving people total creative control delivered the most amazing results and the most outrageous ideas for cup replacement such as, but not limited to, fishbowls, watering cans, trumpets, and trophies, to name a few.

The famous movement started in Australia and has made its way to Malaysia and now, the Philippines. For only 29 Pesos, anyone can use the craziest “cups” they can get their hands on. We all know that we Pinoys are creative, wacky and funny people so let’s show Australia and Malaysia what we’ve got! (I know, it’s not a competition… But still. Haha)

How does it work? Customers are encouraged to bring the craziest cups they can think of. Anything that can be filled is fair game provided that it follows the rules. As long as the “cup” in question is hygienic, watertight, fixed in size and shape and able to fit in the MaCUPangyarihang Bilog, customers can fill it to the brim with Slurpee. Be warned, however: Brain freeze may occur!

For more information, watch this quick video below:

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