7 eleven toronto

7-Eleven is now doing home delivery in Toronto

Sometimes, the world graces us with wonderful news that changes the game completely.

Today, that news comes in the form of a slushie-lover's dream come true: 7-Eleven now has delivery. 

That's right—the iconic source of week-old taco meat, cheap condoms and dubious-looking hot dogs will now deliver your late-night guilty-regret food right to your door.

The convenience store chain has partnered with Foodora to offer a huge selection of its stuff for delivery, including everything from chicken wings to beef jerky, gum to cold medicine, ice cream, bottles of soda, candy bars, and even a cup of coffee. 

You can even mix and match your slushie flavours and have them sent to you. Is this the future?

The service will begin with delivery hours between 10 a.m. and either 10 p.m. or midnight, depending on the day, with plans to move toward a 24-hour window. It has started in Toronto, Edmonton, Vancouver and Calgary. 

Delivery fees fall between $3.50 and $4.50 depending on how much you order, but when you're sitting in your underwear watching your 12th episode of Say Yes to the Dress and reeeeaaaaaaally want a taquito, well, the price might be worth it.

Lead photo by

Josh Mikkel


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

People loved this Toronto man's backyard BBQ so much he turned it into a business

Toronto is now the home of frozen pizza that's actually good

This hidden store in Toronto sells nostalgic Taiwanese street food

Iconic Toronto diner is closing until it's allowed to open its patio

Award-winning Toronto restaurant gets into the empanada business

Three homesick friends are bringing Venezuelan street food to Toronto

Hard hit Toronto cafe is looking to collaborate with neighbours and people are loving it

Popular Toronto brunch spot closes as owners feel unsafe amidst worsening pandemic