7-Eleven Expands Delivery Service To Three More Cities, Still Doesn’t Include Slurpees

Two months after 7-Eleven announced that lucky (maybe) residents of San Francisco and Oakland could have microwaved burritos and other convenience store fare (no Slurpees, though) delivered right to their home, the company has expanded the service. While the expansion still doesn’t include the on-demand delivery of sugary Slurpees, it does include three additional service areas: Chicago, Los Angeles and certain parts of New York.

A spokesperson for 7-Eleven tells The Associated Press that Slurpees are best “consumed immediately” and won’t be available for delivery through the service just yet. However, DoorDash – the company that actually delivers the goods – says it is working on a way to get the slushy treats to consumers’ doors without melting.

7-Eleven’s delivery service is expected to expand to Washington, D.C., and Boston in the coming months.

7-Eleven expands home delivery in several cities [The Associated Press]

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