Free Slurpee Day 2014: LeBron James' Slurpee Flavor Since it's Decision Day for LeBron James as well as Free Slurpee Day at 7-Eleven, did you know the returning Cleveland Cavaliers player has his own flavor of slurpees? Photo: 7-Eleven

You’re not the only one enjoying Free Slurpee Day. Celebrities—they’re just like us!—like 7-Eleven Slurpees, too.

LeBron James, who announced that he will return to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday, is a big fan of 7-11’s icy, slushy drink and even has his own flavor. James partnered with the convenience-store chain to create “The Spring 6 Mix by Lebron James.” His special, limited-edition flavor, which mixes orange and cherry with lemon-lime soda, has been available since May 28.


Other celebrities who have been spotted with Slurpees over the years include Ashley Benson, Kim Kardashian, Selena Gomez and Joe Jonas.

For this year’s Free Slurpee Day, the convenience-store chain is celebrating its 87th birthday with a full week of freebies, starting Friday. Between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. this Friday at participating stores, customers can get a free 12 oz. Slurpee. No coupon or loyalty program membership is required. 

In addition to free Slurpees, 7-Eleven will give away candy, cookies, ice cream and other treats through Saturday, July 19. To receive each day's free offer, customers must download and register on the 7-Eleven app to obtain a barcode, the company said. The customer will receive the free item as they check out.

Here's each day's free offer that will be featured on 7-Eleven's smartphone app:

Friday, July 11: Small Slurpee

Saturday, July 12: Big Gulp soft drink

Sunday, July 13: M&M’s Birthday Cake Flavor Candies

Monday, July 14: Grandma’s Cookies

Tuesday, July 15: Hostess Twinkies

Wednesday, July 16: Snickers or Twix Ice Cream Bar

Thursday, July 17: Quaker Chewy Yogurt Snack Bar

Friday, July 18: Pillsbury Cookie

Saturday, July 19: Small Slurpee drink

This is the 12th year that the Dallas-based retailer has offered free Slurpees on its birthday. 7-Eleven said last year that it gave away 7 million free Slurpees to customers, and it expects to top that number this year. The company has 10,300 stores in North America.

To find the nearest 7-Eleven location to you, visit the company's website here for the store finder.