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Important Terms about Vending Machines

Vending machines offer a way of making extra money, whether you're a business owner looking to have one installed in your shop or an independent operator with a variety of them in various locations. But if you're new to the subject, you should familiarize yourself with certain commonly used terms.

  • Vending Machine - A machine made to dispense certain goods, often sodas and snacks. It is usually operated by inserting money into a slot, which allows the customer to remove the desired goods from the machine. They range in design from small gumball machines to large models with sophisticated electronic parts. Though usually associated with sodas and cheap candy, vending machines are used to sell a great variety of products. Examples include coffee, cigarettes, and newspapers.
  • Combo Vending Machine - A model that dispenses both sodas and snacks.
  • Bulk Candy Machines - Ones that dispense an assortment of candy, such as gumballs, or trinkets.
  • Full-Line Vending - Providing an array of machines to provide a large range of goods. An example of this would be to install coffee, soda, and snack machines in a row.
  • Specialized Vending Machines - Ones that dispense unusual or niche products, such as DVDs or live bait.
  • Bill Acceptor - The electronic slot in which bills are inserted. They are designed to reject insufficient bills, such as foreign currency. Sometimes called a bill validator.
  • Change Bank - The supply of coins in a machine, used to make change. A "bank" also refers to a row of machines, often arrayed to provide many different goods.
  • Locator - A person or company specializing in finding ideal places to install vending machines.
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    Vending Connection
    Lees Summit, MO 64063
    Vending machines for sale including new and used soda, gumball, snack and combo machines. We connect buyers and sellers with our directory. We are here to help you find anything you need in vending.
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    User Review: "We've been using them for a year now, and they are always very responsive. Machines are clean, good working order. great..." - Arthur (FL)
    Northwest Laundry Supply
    LG and Maytag Commercial Laundry Equipment and coin operated laundry equipment
    Sound Refrigeration & Appliance Service
    Repairing All Makes and Models of Household Appliances.
     
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    Lenco Vending
    1237 S 207th St, Seattle, WA 98198
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    (206) 878-9449
     
    User Review: "Keeps it full. Has a system he invented that keeps track of all items so as not to fill out popular items with the wrong..." - joe (WA)
    Vend Natural of Seattle
    12819 Se 38th St. #406, Bellevue, WA 98006
    We provide organic and natural vending services for schools, hospitals, and businesses throughout the local area. Use our vending machine service for healthier snacking options.
    (425) 999-9413
    Pacific Coast Vending
    Po Box 5813, Lacey, WA 98509
    Providing vending machines and vending service to all size businesses at no expense to the business. Our vending machines will compliment your place of business, we have a machine to fit your needs.
    (360) 280-4204
    3 Brother's Vending
    325 E Pioneer, Puyallup, WA 98372
    (253) 697-8488
    The Cure
    12110 Meridian E Ste 3, Puyallup, WA 98373
    (253) 604-4607
    Mountain Coin Machines
    3902 B St Nw Ste A, Auburn, WA 98001
    (253) 736-6073
    Lunch Box Vending
    1108 Yakima Ave Apt B, Tacoma, WA 98405
    (253) 382-4449
    Vista Vending
    3902 B St Nw, Auburn, WA 98001
    (253) 735-4324
    Vend X Distributing
    3902 B St Nw, Auburn, WA 98001
    (253) 887-5544
    Bills Events
    3280 B St Nw, Auburn, WA 98001
    (253) 887-9696
    Enterprise Vending
    29723 56th Ct S, Auburn, WA 98001
    (206) 429-2397
    Masterman Vending Co Inc
    3036 68th Ave W, Tacoma, WA 98466
    (253) 564-7892
    Snack Attack Vending
    19916 84th Ave E, Spanaway, WA 98387
    (253) 230-2878
    Valley Vending Service Inc
    21620 84th Ave S Ste 2, Kent, WA 98032
    (253) 852-2455
    Sugarloaf Creations Inc
    25713 74th Ave S, Kent, WA 98032
    (253) 852-5194


    Vending machines are a great way for office workers, students and many other individuals to grab a quick snack or beverage. From coffee and candy, to soda and bubblegum, many items are available for people to purchase. Along with snacks such as pop and ice cream, vendors have begun to increasingly offer alternatives to consumers as well. For instance, health foods and water bottles have become a more common option found in vending machine stalls. In addition to their regular selection of snacks, many machines also now offer sandwiches and other large food items. Vendors may also carry cigarettes as well. Most vending machines are coin operated. For instance, gumball machines often only take quarters. Along with gumballs, people interested in purchasing soda, coffee or candy typically use small change to buy these items. In addition, machines may offer consumers the option to pay with small bills. A building or school’s vending machines are typically owned and operated by a single company. They are usually responsible for restocking the soda pop, snacks and drinks. In addition, businesses must repair and maintain their machines, along with ensuring their food products are safe before putting them on sale. Most companies purchase their food and drinks in bulk quantities from suppliers. These suppliers typically carry a wide variety of products. Vending machine companies are regularly offered catalogs from suppliers, which allow them to select what food items they’d like to include. More information about a vending supply company’s range of items, along with their prices and contact information, can commonly be found online.
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