Of all of the vending machines in use today, soda vending machines are by far the most popular. Unlike in the past, however, when soda vending machines supplied soda almost exclusively, newer beverage vending machines offer a much wider variety of options for cold drinks. Water and energy drink options have now become more attractive to the public, and newer machines reflect that. For those who run a vending business, there are a few choices which can be made to ensure that your soda vending machines are as attractive as possible to consumers, whether they are serving up soda, or other kinds of beverages.
Types of Soda Vending Machines:
Glass front vending machines offer a great way to show off multiple types of beverage options, allowing the merchandise to sell itself. In addition to choosing a glass-front machine, there are several other features which may lead your customers to spend more at your machine.
For example, utilizing credit card acceptors allows people who may not carry change to access your items. Drink vending machines and snack vending machines with a multi-price option allow you to charge different rates for different items, which may make it easier for you to stock a wider variety of items, such as both 11-ounce cans and 20 oz. bottles. Multi-price item machines use different vending machine parts, so if you have single price machines you would like to upgrade, you may want to consider having your vending machines refurbished or to upgrade your soda machines altogether. As someone in the vending machine business, it is important to keep upgrading your vending equipment to keep up with the latest in technologies, whether you have a single beverage machine or a whole group of soda machines and snack machines.
A & M Equipment Sales has a wide variety of machines for sale, from drink machines and snack machines to those which can be set to vend sandwiches, hot foods, and even non-food items. Their machines come with a 90-day warranty on vending machine parts and their staff is trained to be able to answer any questions you may have to ensure that your vending business is as profitable as you want it to be.