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I have been doing my research looking for profit data. I found one website (Vendingtimes.com) they have a report that says the adverage sales per machine is 170 units. 170 x 1.25 = $212 per week I am wondering if this is true or not?

-Doug

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I have been doing my research looking for profit data. I found one website (Vendingtimes.com) they have a report that says the adverage sales per machine is 170 units. 170 x 1.25 = $212 per week I am wondering if this is true or not?

-Doug

Might be accurate for a drink machine (bottles), Can't imagine a can machine with prices at 1.25 unless its a hotel. Same for snacks, my highest prices are 1.25, avg will be under a 1.00.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Alot will also depending on the location.

Some locations I know of do well over 2000 a week while others will do good if you do 50.00 a week.

Just like in real estate location location location

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The numbers you gave show are gross income and look to a little high.

To get profit subtract.

1 Cost of goods sold

2 Cost of labor load machine

3 Cost of vending equipment.

4 Cost to operate vehicles.

5 Cost matance and repairs.

5 Cost of liability insurance.

6 Cost of license fees.

7 Cost of office and record keeping.

8 Taxes.

Typical and average data is almost useless to newbie’s as it is unlikely they will land one. Smart venders work very hard to keep profitable locations and remove their equipment the losers

Walta

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