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7-Eleven Will Deliver Slurpees to Your Home w/ 7NOW (+ 3000 Other Items!) + Get $7 Off Your 1st Order

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7-Eleven has started a new delivery service called 7NOW! Yep, that’s right! Select metro areas can get 7-Eleven goodies delivered to your door – you don’t even need to leave the couch – day or night!

You can order Slurpees, Big Gulps, pizza, sandwiches, and even beer wine and liquor if you are of legal age!

You can have it delivered anywhere you want! If you are not at home, there are 1000s of 7NOW Pins where you can have it delivered to you in places like parks, beaches, venues and more!

There is no minimum to place an order; however, you can avoid the $1.99 small cart service fee if you order more than $15 (after promos).

Plus, through June 2nd, new 7NOW customers can score $7 off their 1st order + FREE delivery! Awesome!

How to get started:
  • Enter your address here on the top left to see if 7-Eleven delivers in your area
  • Download the 7NOW app on iOS or Google Play.
  • Create a new account in the app and sign in.

Deal Ideas…

Add $7 worth of items to your 7NOW app cart
Minus $7 promo automatically applied
Small cart service fee $1.99 (orders under $15 after promo)
Final cost $1.99 delivered!

Add $22+ worth of items to your 7NOW app cart
Minus $7 promo automatically applied
Service fee is waived
Final cost $15 delivered!

7NOW is available in these 27 metro areas: Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Colorado Springs, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Norfolk, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa, Virginia Beach and Washington DC.

Find out if 7-Eleven delivers in your area! Just enter your address here on the top left.

Learn about tipping your delivery driver here!

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Comments 23

  1. J.H.509

    Not on my area yo. Hopefully soon

  2. celticmommie

    Isn’t all this delivery stuff getting a little out of hand? I can understand meals but slurpees and candy bars? ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ™„

    • Sara

      There used to be snack delivery service that delivered chips, cookies, candy, sodas, playing cards, red Solo cups, ping pong balls, etc, to the LSU area.

  3. katie

    Omg. C’mon!!! Lazy, lazy..

  4. Candis

    Ok so im clearly a glass half empty girl but i think NOTHING good can come from delivery of alcohol. I think other places including liquor stores do this here and there but Oh Boy. I sure do see many issues with under age orders or mistakes being made in verifying age plus endless other issues. I hope im just being the insanely over dramatic skeptic

    • Emily

      I think the alcohol delivery is a great idea – it could keep drunks off the roads.

    • silverfanatic

      My first thought was that I thought the alcohol delivery sounded cool. I don’t drink but I’m imagining all the people who have already been drinking and decide to go on “beer runs” not being on the road because it can be delivered. However, my second thought is exactly what you mention with under age orders. I work at a middle school (think 12-16 year old students) and we had a ridiculous amount of food deliveries pop up recently that we had to shut down. They kept ordering from food apps and then it caused all kinds of mess because there wouldn’t be space in the front office, the other students would grab the wrong food, the delivery wouldn’t be placed in time and it would arrive during a class instead of lunch, parents would get upset if we wouldn’t let them eat it during class (because you know, you can totally eat chicken wings during chorus class), etc. No one gave these kids permission. They just randomly thought of this idea, much like high schoolers and college kids will figure out how to get it delivered, and it took us almost two weeks to get a procedure in place to get it shut down. It was a total nightmare because we have to have pizza delivered for concessions at school events, so we can’t ban all deliveries. Some of those food apps don’t run through the store but separate company (like Grubhub), so it wasn’t like we could call the store and tell them not to deliver either.

  5. Dane5679

    Lol! Just like the movie WALL.E

    • Rachel

      Omg! I was totally thinking Wall.e as well!

  6. Sara

    A Slurpee could be half melted by the time it gets to you. If it is still frozen when it is delivered, you are close enough to walk there and get it yourself.

  7. Tommy

    Cool idea tysm

  8. Sara

    It is also a dream come true for college students during finals week.

  9. shop4mybabies

    as a fat lazy person, i think this is crazy lazy. if you want a slurpee, go to 7-11 and get it. if you’re disabled or maybe 9 months pregnant i get it, but otherwise, i think delivery service is a bit out of control, we need to interact with humans and the outside world

  10. Kim

    All the negativity about the delivery services. My husband is deployed and my kids were asleep the other night; I was very sick and just wanted some medicine. 7-11 was the only delivery service available and I placed an order. 15 minutes later, I had medicine at my door all without waking my kids up. I am not obese. I am not lazy. Simply couldnโ€™t leave my house to feel better without waking up my kids and dragging them out in the night.

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      So glad the service was available to you when you needed it, Kim! Hope you’re feeling better now. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jennifer

      And thanks to your husband for his service. And for the sacrifices I know you make in support of his service!

    • Kass P.

      What an absolute shame that ANYONE ever in life feels that they have to claim and/or clarify that they are not fat and lazy. I, along with many others have questions or concerns or am just plain happy that something delivers. I understand why that had to be thrown into your comment because there sadly would have been someone thinking YES…you must just be fat and lazy. Tsk..what a good and typical mom who overlooks her own wellbeing to consider and care for the kids. Not wanting to wake them up and disrupt their routine. Whether you are fat and lazy or like me, not overweight but as laaazy as they come, be proud of the positive in this. Although, my husband is *ahem…pleasantly plump and if he ordered any delivery its only because we are in the middle of a tv show or something. The fat lazy shamers are way too deep. We are just lazy people who dont want ro miss our fave shows.

      • Jessica

        Well said!

  11. Avi

    U have to be pretty damnnn lazy to get deliveries from 7eleven lol

    • K80

      Hi Avi, but why ?? Why do you say that ?? Whats the difference between that and mcdonalds, pizza or uber ? I rely on uber because i do not have a car. I dont use uber because i feel that im entitled to be driven around. If i need anything in an emergency its nice to know its available. Im far from rich, or id have a car clearly, but if i come home from work on say a tuesday and dont work til thursday and forgot to grab milk, instead of bothering a friend or neighbor at 11pm. I can have it delivered. But not forgetting that it is not budget friendly to forget but it does happen. While im sure some of the orders are quite funny, slurpees, chips pizza…some are necessities for not the FAT or LAZY but the unfortunate people who ARE NOT able to hop in the car to grab tylenol or bread. Many many sides to a story so while you are skeptical i hope i helped you realize the delivery is not necessarily a laughable luxury to someone like me but more of a ‘hail mary’. ๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ’™

  12. Saydee

    Entirely too many opinions of people that seem to just want to drum up conflict. Too many reasons for this to possibly be needed or necessary. 7-11 has I’m sure done enough research to know this is a money maker. But thanks to the many opinions. I prefer to be open minded rather than type a comment on a blog happy.

  13. Cristina Jones

    It’s not working for me ๐Ÿ™

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