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Slurpees, coffee and even the coffee melt, which tastes like an affogato, are all up for grabs

How to score a free slurpee today: 7-Eleven hands out snow slurry to celebrate his national day – but you have to be fast

  • The Australian supermarket 7-Eleven is celebrating its national holiday
  • This time it offers customers a free cold drink, including slurping
  • All you have to do is buy something in the store to redeem the special offer
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The Australian supermarket 7-Eleven gives away slurpees and other ice-cold drinks to celebrate its national day, which falls on the seventh day of the 11th month each year.

The 690 stores across the country give customers a free large slurpee, regular coffee or iced coffee with every additional purchase they make, including fuel.

So if you want to fill the tank – or you just can't get enough of the sweet treat – this is the time to run into the store to buy one.

Slurpees, coffee and even the coffee melt, which tastes like an affogato, are all up for grabs

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Slurpees, coffee and even the coffee melt, which tastes like an affogato, are all up for grabs

If you don't need gas, but still want to take advantage of the discount, you can participate by buying something as small as a 20c Chupa Chup or 50c Freddo Frog.

If you prefer a dessert-style snack, the 7-Eleven Coffee Melt – which mimics a traditional affogato – is also free with a purchase.

It's about pouring hot black coffee over creamy vanilla ice cream.

Today, customers can only redeem one free slurpee in stores throughout Austalia

Today, customers can only redeem one free slurpee in stores throughout Austalia

Today, customers can only redeem one free slurpee in stores throughout Austalia

Customers today are limited to just one free drink, so your friends have to shop themselves and it expires on Thursday at midnight.

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Fans can also place a festive snap on their social media accounts with the hashtag # 7ElevenDay for a chance to win $ 711.

The only thing you can't buy to redeem the offer is tobacco or related products.

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