Why Used Coke Vending Machines May Still Be Better Than New Ones

By: Mark Sierra

Many vending machine manufacturers are out there, but few have achieved the level of brand name recognition as the Coca Cola Company. Coke vending machines are easily recognizable the world over, which makes things a little easier for vendors. There are many places you can purchase vending machines at a reduced cost, but nothing is better than getting one free of charge unless you are getting one for free from Coca Cola, which would make it a super deal. Coca Cola offers free vending machines so long as their products are the ones being sold. Ownership of the machine still belongs to Coca Cola, but you are free to use the machine.

If you intend to install Coke vending machines in your office or at a place that is serviced by your vending business, a new machine would be the best choice. Aside from the obvious visual appeal that a new machine has, the reasons why are because newer versions have some amazing features like automated "back-to-base" monitoring, surveillance cameras, and credit card acceptance. These machines are also backed by Coke's superior customer support. Whether it comes to cleaning the units, stocking them or routine maintenance and repair, a dedicated customer service officer handles it for you. If you are interested in an alternative to Coke, you can visit vendingsolutions.com where you will find they provide free machines with no rental or startup cost and use the Vendtrak System to monitor the machines.

However, sometimes budget is a concern, and rightfully so when times are tough. That is when purchasing older Coke vending machines can save money because the buyer can find a discounted price for a reliable machine. But it could also be for nostalgic reasons. Older machines can also add the perfect touch of nostalgia to a themed restaurant that displays items from years gone by. It is not unusual to see an antique Coke machine (even functioning ones) at restaurants. The red and white colors are reminiscent of old as mom and pop shops. Bargains for these machines can be found at antique shops or eBay.

Conditions range from mint to heavily used. It is recommended to look no futher than heavily used though as this could be a troublesome area and put an owner's investment at risk. Refurbishing a poorly maintained machine could translate into lost profits and frustration making them more trouble than they are worth. The older the machine, the more difficult it may be finding parts to replace the older components assuming one wishes to have one operational.

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About the author: Even though they are considered low-tech, bubble gum machines are commonly used in high-traffic areas such as grocery or convenient stores. Kids enjoy them and owners find the machines to be profitable. Mark Sierra invites you to visit Vending Equipment Online to find out more.

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