7-Eleven will offer buy-one-get-one pizzas on Oct. 30 and 31 to celebrate Halloween. The two-for-one pizza offer is available at participating 7-Eleven stores for purchase, order-ahead-pickup, or for delivery. 7-Eleven’s oven-baked pizzas include cheese, pepperoni or 7-Eleven’s Extreme Meat pizza.
"Halloween will be tricky to celebrate during this year's pandemic, but one thing doesn't have to be tricky, and that's dinner for family and friends," said Amber Langston, product director of pizza for Irving, Texas-based 7-Eleven. "7-Eleven is excited to treat customers to a BOGO pizza special that can magically appear wherever they are. In addition to great-tasting pizzas, witches and wizards can add colorful Slurpee drinks, candy, wings or even alcoholic beverages for physically distanced adult parties."
The beverages, available through the main menu of Altoona, Pa.-based Sheetz’s made-to-order touchscreens, include:
- The Dracuccino, a frozen cappuccino mixed with chocolate and Oreo cookies.
- Sour Applez, a blue sour lemonade mixed with caramel and apple.
- Monster Mash, a candy milkshake mixed with peanut butter sauce, salted caramel, brownie bites and Reese's peanut butter cups.
The beverages are available via in-store or curbside pickup at all Sheetz locations for $3.99 each until Nov. 1.
Neighbors Convenience Store
Neighbors Convenience Stores, an Ashfield, Mass.-based independent operator, has joined a town-wide pumpkin carving and lighting event to celebrate Halloween, according to the The Greenfield Recorder.
The event includes pumpkin donations to families who would like to carve; once carved, the pumpkins can be returned to the local town hall for a lighting event at 6:30 p.m. on Halloween night.
Wawa will offer a free kids’ meal coupon and an individually wrapped Twizzler to children under age 12 on Halloween. Kids must come to Wawa dressed in costume to receive the coupon.
“While this Halloween season might look a little different, Wawa’s support of the community remains the same by providing families with a safe and festive way of celebrating the holiday,” said Mike Sherlock, chief product marketing officer for Wawa, Pa.-based Wawa. We look forward to treating our youngest customers to a kids meals coupon, along with a piece of candy to help local friends and neighbors continue the tradition of trick-or-treating this year.”