7-Eleven Mason Jar Slurpees with Mustache Straws

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

7-Eleven Slurpees were synonymous with summer during our childhood days (hell we stil love them to this day). Skateboarding all day, and then sucking down a frozen sugar treat to help beat the heat. The Slurpee still holds a strong reign on the summer season, and 7-Eleven looks to take things up a notch this year with these mason jar Slurpee containers.

Crafted from durable plastic for slurping on the go, each mason jar holds 26-ounces of your favorite flavor. And of course what would a mason jar container be without a mustache straw to accompany it. Each jar will retail for $2.99, while the straws will cost $.99 – each of which will be limited. The convenience store is definitely looking to up their hipster street cred this year.

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