The following information was recently updated on April 7, 2019
One of the most familiar sites across America is 7-Eleven. When you’re in a rush and in need of something cheap, 7-Eleven might just hit the spot with their pizzas, tacos, sandwiches and snacks.
How much are 7-Eleven rollers, dogs and taquitos
The following 7-Eleven menu pictures and pricing are dated March 2019. Note, individual franchises offerings may vary:
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How much is a 7-Eleven pizza slice
The following 7-Eleven menu pictures and pricing are dated March 2018. Note, individual franchises offerings may vary:
A pizza slice can be as cheap as $1 at 7-Eleven; large pizzas start from $5.55.
How much is a 7-Eleven burger
The current deal in 2018 offers a cheeseburger or chicken sanddiwdth with tater tots for just $2.49:
More 7-Eleven menu items
The following 7-Eleven menu, deals and prices are dated March 2018 and we’r escaped in situ in Salt Lake City
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