Slurpee Baseball Coin 1984

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    The old paper Slurpee cups at 7-Eleven would sometimes have a trap door underneath to a secret compartment containing a prize. Over the years they gave away many baseball and football flicker coins during seasonal promotions. I saved every one that I ever got.

    Here's a zoom-in on the back logo from 1984.

    tOkKa, RetailByRyan95, hurricandylan, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Waffle Whiffer 81 months ago | reply

      [:::] Franknberry -- Thanks. I like how the "ee" in SLURPee are lower case but are just as tall as the upper case letters.

    2. Buddy Stone 80 months ago | reply

      I try not to consume anything that has the word "pee" in it.

    3. Waffle Whiffer 80 months ago | reply

      [:::] Buddy -- Generally that's a good idea, with a Slurpee being the exception.

    4. FOAME 79 months ago | reply

      Awesome design for a cup - I wish I could have got a few of those coins, as I've seen many around eBay and such.

      It was be kickass if 7-Eleven still made those coins for their numerous Slurpee promotions, although I heard that they have made some " mutating discs" for their X-Men promo years ago.

    5. Waffle Whiffer 79 months ago | reply

      [:::] Foame -- The sports coins are usually available on eBay. Baseball card collectors horded them apparently.

    6. KONGA7200 79 months ago | reply

      funny how antiquated this looks !

    7. Cool 'Cuda 78 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Signs, Signs, (and logos), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    8. Waffle Whiffer 78 months ago | reply

      [:::] Konga -- They still use virtually the same logo today, and even the same SLURPee block letters.

      [:::] Simpsons -- Thakns for the invite. I've added it to the group.

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