Free pumpkin spice lattes at 7/11

Popular convenience store is getting in on the October action with free tasters this Wednesday

It must be that time of year again!

The temperature has begun to fall, the leaves are beginning to change colour and pumpkin spice everything is all the rage.

The flavour has been a hit at many of the world’s most popular coffee, beer companies and doughnut shops and now your local 7/11 is getting in on the action.

This year, the company is even offering free pumpkin spice lattes for all customers between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 11 so everyone can enjoy a taste of the fall.

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