Deals Drinks Fast Food

How To Get An Entire Month Of FREE Starbucks Coffee

One of my usual New Year’s resolutions is to try and save more money in the upcoming year. One expense that always chips away at my wallet is the constant need to stay caffeinated in the mornings or after lunch. Maybe I should get more sleep? Nah, coffee’s fine.

Coffee fiends like me looking to save some hard-earned moolah will want to check out Starbucks’ Brewed Refill Tumbler that can be purchased at participating stores in the United States. Customers who buy the tumbler will receive free coffee throughout the month of January 2019.

All you have to do is present the tumbler to a barista at a participating location for one free grande (16 fluid ounces) of either brewed hot coffee or brewed hot tea between January 1 through January 31, 2019.

While the tumbler costs $40, a month of free coffee (at $2.45) costs approximately $75.95 before taxes – and you get a sweet insulated mug out of it.

In the long run, you’re saving. Especially if you’re a habitual coffee drinker.

Those looking to get their hands on one of these stainless steel coffee tumblers can find them at participating Starbucks stores now while supplies last.

Hit-Or-Miss Humor

Coffee Shop Expertly Trolls Customers Into Being More Polite

With app ordering, and even curbside service, big coffee shops like Starbucks keep incorporating ways to get you in and out with as little human interaction as possible. However, this little Roanoke, VA shop is encouraging the opposite.

In a hilarious attempt to get its customers to interact, or at the very least be polite, Cups Coffee & Tea put up a deal that benefited those who said more than just “One small coffee.”

The deal was those who mindlessly ordered their coffee in that manner had to pay $5. If they added a please, which should be the bare minimum anyway, the coffee price reduced to $3. If the customer went all out with their barista acknowledgement with, “Hello, I’d like one small coffee please,” the price dropped dramatically, to $1.75.

Not being a jerk pays off at this little coffee shop, and all it takes is a little common courtesy.

Deals Drinks Fast Food Sweets

For Two Days, 7-Eleven Brings Back Epic ‘BRING YOUR OWN CUP’ Slurpee Deal

Who: 7-Eleven

What: The convenience store chain is bringing back their beloved Bring Your Own Cup Day deal. This means, for $1.50, you can bring any kind of container you want to fill with the sweet nectar known as the Slurpee. Here are the rules:

7-Eleven will also be offering a new Pepsi Fire Cinnamon Slurpee for patrons to try.

Where: The Bring Your Own Cup Day deal can be found at participating 7-Eleven locations nationwide.

When: Friday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20 from 11am to 7pm.

Alright people, it’s time to get creative this weekend. Make sure to hashtag #BYOCupDay and #FOODBEAST to show us your most radical receptacles.

Deals Fast Food News Sweets

For TWO Excessive Days, 7-Eleven Is Letting You Bring Your Own Cup To Fill With Slurpees


Who: 7-Eleven

What: Remember a while back when 7-Eleven let you bring whatever container you wanted and fill it up with Slurpees? They’re going for it again. As part of the convenience retailer’s 50th birthday celebration, 7-Eleven is re-releasing their insanely popular BOYC (Bring-Your-Own-Cup) promotion. For about $1.50, you can fill pretty much anything with the sweet, icy slush.

Because the world would be chaos without them, there are some rules:


You also must be able to fit the entirety of your cup into a promotional cut out. Sorry guys, no vacuum cleaners or funnels leading to a tank in the back of your truck.


Where: All participating 7-Eleven locations.

When: 11am until 7pm on August 19 and August 20.

Beer Products

This Machine Will Turn Any Bottle Into A Reusable Glass

If you have a hard time letting go of your favorite beer bottles, there’s a machine that’ll let you hang on to them forever. It just takes a quick slice.

Since most beer bottles only allow for one use before having to be disposed of or recycled, there really isn’t much value in keeping the alcohol container around the house once your’e done with its contents.

However, the Kinkajou Bottle Cutter, by Bottle Cutting, will slice through your bottle and turn it into a reusable glass. You then just sand down the edges until safe enough for use. As you can see from the video, the process looks pretty painless.

You can buy the machine for about $49.99 here.


For TWO Crazy Days, 7-Eleven Is Letting Everyone Bring Their Own Cups To Fill With Slurpees


Who: 7-Eleven

What: The convenience store chain is letting customers, once again, bring their own slurpee containers to fill up on the sweet slush. For $1.50, you can bring any receptacle of your choosing and fill it to the brim with your favorite flavor.

This includes that BB-8 sippy cup you picked up from Disneyland, your favorite coffee mug, or even a fish bowl tank. Here are some of the rules you gotta follow:


Get creative and share your cup with the hashtag #BYOCupDay.

Where: All 7-Eleven locations in the United States.

When: March 18 and March 19 between 11 am – 7 pm.

Hit-Or-Miss Products Technology

These Hexagonal Beer Pong Cups Will Change Beer Pong Forever

Two party animals-turned-mechanical-engineers named William Heimsoth and Aaron Attebery may have just changed the beer pong landscape with these new hexagonal additions to the game.

By giving the cups their hexagonal shape, Heimsoth and Attebery have successfully eliminated any wasted space that came from the tiny voids between the round cups. Even beyond the new and improved functionality of these cups, their aesthetic presentation alone is enough to warrant a purchase. There’s just something so satisfying about things fitting perfectly into other things.

The cups are also hydrodynamic in design, preventing them from sliding around all over the table when you inevitably play that one guy who has no arc and fires lasers directly at the cups. Heimsoth and Attebery made sure to not only design the cups to create perfect, efficient shapes and racks, but to also serve other highly valuable functions. They’re washable and reusable, making the $15 price tag a lot more understandable and reasonable.

The Hexcups boast a patent pending mold made with stronger, reinforced plastic. So when that laser-shooting dickhead starts smacking cups off the table because he lost, you won’t have to worry about random cracks in the cups.

Related: Mountain Pong

Even if the Hexcups are bent, they can be popped back into place, assuming the damage is mostly on the surface. The image below shows the damage that occurred after clearly rolling over each cup with a car. Pretty cool, huh?

Being the undisputed beer pong champion that I am, I can say that I look forward to decimating my enemies with these cups. So what do you say, nerds? Any challengers?

Photo Credit: Kickstarter

Packaged Food

This Is Reese’s Brilliant Response To Fans Shaming Their Christmas Tree Chocolates

This year, Reese’s fans took to social media to express their dissatisfaction with the brand’s holiday Christmas Tree candy. What was supposed to look like a Christmas Tree ended up looking like a piece poop. Literally.

Reese’s, however, took the response like a pro and replied with this image posted on their Twitter account.

A genius move on Reese’s social team’s part. Kind of shuts down every complaint of how the trees look from here on.