7-Eleven Selling Unlimited Free Refill Cups You Can Use For A Year

If your 2020 resolutions include a lot of coffee consumption, you might want to take advantage of 7-Eleven’s latest promotion.

On Wednesday, Dec. 11, the convenience store will be selling exclusive Slurpee, 30-ounce Big Gulp, and 20-ounce hot coffee cups that can be refilled as much as your heart desires over the next year.

The stainless steel cups will be selling for $129 each, and get you unlimited refills through December 31, 2020.

The process seems simple enough, as each cup will have a barcode that cashier will scan and ring up your drink for “free.”

If you were to buy a coffee or Big Gulp once a day, that means you’d be paying about 35 cents per cup. If you’re a maniac and take advantage of the refills twice a day, for a year, you’d be paying about 18 cents per cup.

The cups will only be sold on, and will start at 12 p.m. ET, 9 a.m. PST. The cups are not interchangeable, and can only be used for whatever drink choice the cup supports.

There’s a very limited release for these, 50 to be exact, so you better be on your hypebeast-waking-up-early-for-a-limited-release mode if you want one.


Krispy Kreme Offers Customers Free Java Fix in Honor of National Coffee Break Day


Who: Krispy Kreme
What: Free 12oz coffee or upgrade to a mocha, latte, or iced coffee for $1
Why: In honor of National Coffee Break Day, Krispy Kreme is offering customers free coffee, because you deserve a break. Check to see if your local Krispy Kreme is participating in this deal here.
When: Monday, September 29

H/T + PicThx Krispy Kreme


Free McDonald’s McCafe Coffee September 16 – 29


Who: McDonald’s

What: Free small McCafé coffee. Probably because Taco Bell keeps releasing new breakfast items.

Where: All participating locations in the US, during breakfast hours only.

When: Sept. 16 – Sept. 29, 2014

H/T GrubGrade


McDonald’s Counters Taco Bell Breakfast, Offers Free Coffee


Who: McDonald’s

What: Free small McCafé coffee. Think of it as a friendly reminder to Taco Bell.

Where: All participating locations in the US. During breakfast hours only.

When: March 31, 2014 – April 13, 2014

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Starbucks Offers New Breakfast Sandwiches, Including Ham & Swiss Croissant


Starbucks will be launching four new sandwiches to their La Boulange menu this month. In an early promotion, select Starbucks locations will offer a free 16-oz grande brewed coffee with the purchase of a breakfast sandwich. The four new items are Vegetable and Fontiago, Egg and Cheddar, Reduced Fat Turkey Bacon and Slow-Roasted Ham and Swiss Croissant.

The Vegetable sandwich comes with spinach, caramelized onions, sun-dried tomatoes, a fried egg and Fontiago cheese served on a ciabatta bun. The Egg and Cheddar sandwich features a fried egg and cheddar cheese served on multigrain toast. Served on an organic wheat English muffin, the Reduced Fat Turkey Bacon packs reduced-fat turkey bacon, reduced-fat cheese and an egg white patty. The Slow-Roasted Ham and Swiss Croissant comes with ham, a fried egg patty and Swiss cheese served on a warm croissant.

The free coffee offer will be available at participating Starbucks locations from March 12 through 14.


Starbucks Offering Free Espresso Drinks With Refill Tumbler


The time has come once again for Starbucks’ semi-traditional holiday deal. The coffee giant is offering free espresso drinks everyday in January to customers who come in with their new Starbucks Stainless Steel Espresso Refill Tumbler. The tumbler is priced at $75 but will be on sale for $65 when it makes its Black Friday debut. The price seems like a bargain considering the total value of a 31 grande sized drinks is about $140.

Eligible beverages include all espresso crafted drinks including holiday lattes. Caffeine addicts will more than make up their money in the form espresso laced drinks for 31 days straight but the offer is only good while supplies last at participating Starbucks locations.

Starbucks previously offered a similar deal in December 2011 with a refillable coffee tumbler for the much lower price of $19.95. Customers were treated to a free fresh cup of coffee on Starbucks everyday in January 2012.

We’re wondering how exactly the barista would know you already got your freebie of the day if you happened to try to use your tumbler at multiple locations because that’s definitely the way to go to double your tumbler’s worth.

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Free Coffee at any Bruegger’s Bakery on November 9th

Head to any Bruegger’s bakery on November 9th, until 2 p.m., for a free medium drip coffee. The promotion is happening across every Bruegger’s bakery in 26 different states. The “free coffee day” is part of a national fundraising program to benefit nearly 50 children’s hospitals across the country through the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The hope is that you can donate your spare change (or more) to benefit the cause. Brueger’s will also be donating a portion of the proceeds from its annual Bottomless Mug sales to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Guests who purchase a Mug will receive unlimited free refills of Bruegger’s coffe, tea or soft drinks for a full year — and help the sick and injured children of their community. The entire initiative aims to donate $100,000 to children’s hospitals in the neighborhoods it serves.