Since 7-Eleven stores are always open, customers can buy snacks 24/7 and clerks never have to worry about losing the store keys in the Slurpee machine. Everyone wins with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $5 for one $10 voucher (a $10 value)
- $15 for three $10 vouchers (a $30 value)
- $25 for five $10 vouchers (a $50 value)
Nosh on roast beef sandwiches ($3.99), taquitos ($1.39), glazed donuts ($0.99), and 7-Select gummy bears ($1.59). Drink items include coffee ($1.49–$1.99), Gulps ($0.69–$1.69), and the ever-popular Slurpee ($1.19–$1.79).
This Groupon is only valid at the following store locations: 2241 S. Eola Road and 600 S. Frontenac Road in Aurora; 1541 Sycamore Road in Yorkville; and 625 W. Roosevelt Road in Wheaton.
In 1927, The Southland Ice Company’s icehouses were one of the few refuges from the searing Dallas heat and marauding bands of tumbleweeds. That same year, the company’s employees realized the frigid temperatures could also preserve items such as milk and eggs. Soon, as more items and services such as gasoline were gradually added to the operation, the company expanded to stores called Totem’s. To account for the boom in popularity, the stores were kept open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., and to reflect these new hours, the store name was changed to 7-Eleven.
Today, 7-Eleven has nearly 50,000 locations in 16 countries. The stores are now open 24/7 and sell everything from iconic Slurpee and Big Gulp drinks to coffee, hot dogs, baked goods, and signature 7-Select products. The store’s involvement in the community matches its commitment to convenience, with generous charity donations and a pledge to the safe sale of age-restricted products.
63% of 96 customers recommend
“Pleased with the visit.”
“The staff was very kind and friendly. This was one of the first times they had a groupon to use and the owner/manager took her time to teach her worker how to do it...”
“The staff was very kind and friendly. This was one of the first times they had a groupon to use and the owner/manager took her time to teach her worker how to do it properly.”
“Items were fresh. Pleasantly surprised.”