22 People Who Totally Won 7-Eleven's Bring Your Own Slurpee Cup Day

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There's no shame in scoring a seriously sweet deal.

If you don't believe me, just ask all of the people who are gearing up for 7-Eleven's Bring Your Own Cup Day.

This year, 7-Eleven will be holding a two-day event where customers can bring in cups and fill them up with Slurpee flavors for just $1.50.

As you can imagine, some penny-pinching people really try to get the biggest bangs for their bucks and come up with all sorts ways to beat the Slurpee system.

In the past, we've seen everything from buckets and blenders to tea pots, water coolers and even entire kiddie pools filled to the brims with this delicious frosty beverage.

Bring Your Own Cup Day starts tomorrow, so if you still haven't found the perfect vessel to bring to the occasion, don't worry, you still have time.

But in the mean time, we found a bunch of people who totally dominated BYO Cup Day in the past to give you a little Slurpee inspo.

Nothing is safe from being turned into a Slurpee cup on BYO Cup Day.

There are lots of ways to fill your cup like a true champion.

In the past, we've seen people use everything from Crock-Pots...

And DIY camel packs...

To empty protein canisters...

Watering cans...

...and cups inspired by the Colonel.

A giant cooler provides both form and function...

...but if you don't have one of those on hand, a water cooler jug is just as good.

You can get lit with some Henne-Slurpee...

...or roll up to 7-Eleven with an empty bong.

It's never a bad idea to stick to the basics and use a bucket...

Get the most bang for your buck with a garbage pail...

...or get a brain freeze on a budget with a bougie cardboard box.

Desperate times call for desperate BYO Cup measures.

I'm really not even sure what the hell this is, but it's definitely winning BYO Cup Day.

Screw chocolate fountains. Slurpee fountains are where it's at these days.

Is that a f*cking fish tank?

Who needs a straw when you can just shovel Slurpee into your mouth?

Some people call it "ghetto," I call it genius.

Even Nana knows how to do BYO Cup Day like a damn boss.