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AMD Snacks last won the day on July 7 2018

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  1. Yep I know how it is to start out and wonder if things will pan out. After a while of buying machines, placing machines, collecting money, rinse and repeat, you start focusing on bigger more complex issues. But this business is very much you get out what you put in, so just put in the work and it should pay off.
  2. Depends on the type of business you have machines in. But for me, generally the warmer months, spring-fall do much better than the colder months.
  3. Chase will take unrolled quarters in their money bags in $500 and $1000 increments if you have a business checking account with them.
  4. BB do pretty well for me as well. I sell most for .25 but if i have an interactive machine it's normally .50. I've learned to get them from a location as close as possible because when you start getting a lot at once the shipping can be rough due to weight.
  5. Anything similar for around $300 out there? As long as this one isn't complete junk I'm ok with all the issues, chances are i'll buy it, try it and if that account is all talk (because they swear people would love to buy sodas all day) then i can just sell it to them or sell it to someone else for $300 and break even. I also don't have a truck so i don't wanna get something really big that i'd have to rent a truck for.
  6. Yeah I would only do cans anyway, how big and heavy are they? You think i could get it in a mini van? Also can you lay them down for transport?
  7. I don't do full line, but i have a barbershop that keeps begging for a soda machine. I probably wont ever get a machine for that location because i have no idea if it would make money. But someone is selling this for a couple hundred bux and if it's even half decent it would be a nice experiment. However he doesn't know what brand it is.
  8. I still can't figure out how big I need to get before I can rationalize making the trip. Are you full time?
  9. you have to change the wheel when you change to 1080 don't you?
  10. I've been ordering them online anyway since they closed all the sams clubs in my state. With the higher membership tier I think it's called plus or advantage or whatever, you get free shipping. So it's not so bad.
  11. Hopefully this is what you're looking for. Let me know if you can see it.
  12. welcome, what type of vending are you doing?
  13. That center cone shaped deal has a pin underneath, if you take that out and then take all the other stuff out, that product wheel is adjustable. It looks like you're also missing a long spring that goes across the opening for the product drop. I'll have to check when I get home to be sure though.
  14. Chase bank gives me free bags and I deposit them in either $500 or $1000 increments. Those are the only two increments they accept in quarters. Other change is different. I think it's like $200 for dimes, $50 for pennies etc. It's stamped on the free bags they give you. But you have to have a Chase business account, they wont do it for regular accounts I'm told. Like others said some banks, especially credit unions will accept coins and they have a free machine like coinstar right in their lobby. The closest one for me is an hour and a half away and they have a $400 a day limit so not practical. But I've gone to several chase's and they're all the same. Just ask around they might not all know how to do it, but it's something they all can do they just have to learn. And yes, banks will normally exchange rolled quarters for cash for free. Another option, is ask some locations you service if they need quarters. Sometimes they'll buy hundreds of dollars of quarters because they need them. Especially small stores and restaurants.
  15. anyone know what the all american chicken would be worth these days? I have a couple i'm not sure I want to keep.
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