Bring your own cup: For two days 7-Eleven is fulfilling your wildest Slurpee dreams, AGAIN

What could fish bowls, helmets, and goblets be considered? To some it could be a cup, a very BIG cup that can be filled to the brim with Slurpee this Friday and Saturday.
Back at it again with bring your own cup, 7-Eleven stores are closing out summer 16 with a bang! Be sure to choose your ‘cup’ wisely-- you don’t want to skimp yourself on the $1.50 deal. The party is from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on August 19 and August 20.
Something to keep in mind, size matters! We said a BIG cup but we didn’t say a cooler-- not cool.
Directly from the Slurpee website, here are the guidelines to help get you the biggest bang for your cup.
-  Cup must fit upright through a 10'' hole
-  Your cup must be food safe
-  Cup must be watertight
One cup per person
In need of cup-spiration? Check out these genius ideas posted on social media from this year's earlier #BYOCupDay

cantaloupes for #byocupday happened.

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12 cups of half-melted, soda-flavored SLURPEE in a coffee pot is the best buck-fifty I ever spent. #byocupday

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So why the double celebration? Slurpee turned 50 this year, it only makes sense that the huge milestone celebrate with one last round. You can expect your feed to be filled with bizarre cups because social media gets a little crazy with the hashtag  #BYOCupDay-- every good party gets a little under control. 

Be sure to tag FOX 5 DC in your posts. Just take a look at this viewer who went a little Slurpee crazy earlier this year. 

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