Bring creative Slurpee vessels to 7-Eleven Canada stores on May 17 and 18 and fill them with Slurpee for just $2. (Slurpee Canada Facebook)

Fill your craziest cups for just two bucks

7-Eleven Canada’s Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup event is back for two days May 17 and 18

A hollow disco ball, a large pot, a vase, a crock-pot: Slurpee fans across Canada are challenged to bring in their wackiest vessels to fill with Slurpee for just $2 on May 17 and 18.

This year’s Slurpee Bring Your Own Cup event kicks off the celebrations happening around 7-Eleven’s 50th year in Canada.

To help celebrate, 7-Eleven is kicking off some new limited-time Slurpee flavours like the Ghostbusters Green Apple Watermelon Slurpee and Strawberry Blast.

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The one caveat in the crazy cup event is that containers must be smaller than 26cm in diameter, be watertight and hygienic.

There will also be a free Slurpee giveaway on the seventh and 11th of every month during the summer for 7Rewards members.

For rules and regulations, visit slurpee.ca/byoc/.

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