7-Eleven, Sheetz Present Holiday Beverage Revivals

Back on menus: Winter Wonderland Cocoa, free weekly cup of joe
7-Eleven, Sheetz holiday beverage promotions
Photographs courtesy of 7-Eleven, Sheetz

IRVING, Texas, and ALTOONA, Pa. — Warm offers from 7-Eleven and Sheetz are back on the menu for a limited time this holiday season.

7-Eleven is encouraging customers to add chocolate sauce and creamer to its LTO Winter Wonderland Cocoa, a hot, rich cocoa blended with a cool candy cane flavor, to up this wintery treat.

Other customization ideas include toppings like marshmallows, cinnamon, caramel and a variety of creamers. Free customizations are available all year at the hot beverage bar, the convenience-store retailer said.

“Hot cocoa is a winter staple, and though we encourage enjoying the sweet treat year-round at 7-Eleven, our customers look forward to our exciting seasonal takes on this fan-favorite beverage,” said Jacob Barnes, 7-Eleven proprietary beverages senior product director. “The Winter Wonderland Cocoa encompasses the flavors of two classic holiday treats—hot cocoa and candy canes—that bring a sense of comfort and nostalgia for so many of our customers.”

This cocoa costs the same as all other hot beverages.

At Sheetz, the Mid-Atlantic convenience-store chain is again offering customers one free self-serve coffee and Cup’occino every week during December. 

Available at all of Sheetz locations, the free offer will be uploaded to each My Sheetz Rewardz holder’s account each Friday in December. Each coffee or Cup’occino offer will be redeemable for one week after it is uploaded to the customer’s account. If the customer does not redeem the offer after a week, the retailer will remove it from the account and replaced it with another one.

Sheetz also just brought back its Project Happy Hole-idayz doughnut beer for a limited time, and in another limited-time offer in September, rolled out a limited-edition cream ale.

Read about CSP’s20 Great Coffee Programs for 2021.

Based in Irving, Texas, 7-Eleven operates, franchises or licenses more than 77,000 stores in 18 countries and regions, including about 9,500 in the United States under the 7-Eleven banner and about 3,800 under the Speedway banner.

Established in 1952, Altoona, Pa.-based Sheetz operates 630 c-stores in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio and Maryland.

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