7-Eleven now delivers to public places

The store sign on a 7-Eleven | Credit: MGN
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If you're craving a Slurpee from 7-Eleven, but you don't want to leave the beach.. no problem..
The convenience store chain is rolling out a new service that lets customers order everything from a Slurpee to a battery charger with delivery to places like beaches and parks.
7-Eleven has more than 2000 "hot spots" in operation today in locations like Central Park in New York City and Venice Beach in Los Angeles.
The company will eventually have 200,000 "hot spot" public delivery locations across the country.
All you have to do is download the 7-Eleven app to find a hot spot near you.
There's no minimum order required.
The chain charges a flat delivery fee of $3.99, however, for orders under $15.00, customers will pay an extra $1.99.
7-Eleven is using Postmates for its public delivery service and promises an average wait time of 30 minutes.
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