I am trying to figure this out myself. Hopefully someone will come through for us.
Here is a table to show you the switches and how much they're worth... They are from left to right
Switch Cost -------- ------- Switch 1 5 cents Switch 2 10 cents Switch 3 20 cents Switch 4 40 cents Switch 5 80 cents Switch 6 $1.60 Switch 7 $3.20
How do you figure out which switches to turn on? You figure out the right combination of switches to produce the amount you want. Examples:
Pop Price Switches ON ---------- ------------ FREE THIS IS NOT A VALID SELECTION! 10 cents 2 25 cents 1 and 3 50 cents 2 and 4 55 cents 1 and 2 and 4 $1.00 3 and 5 $1.50 2 and 3 and 4 and 5
Depends on the soda machine
The price of a can or bottle of soda from a vending machine in 1980 was generally in the neighborhood of 25 cents.
Product, Price, Place, and Promotion are the 4 Ps of Pepsi.
The price of pepsi has increased
The cast of A Thin Line Between Coke and Pepsi - 2002 includes: Ben Miskie as Pepsi Machine Kathleen Phelps as Coke Machine
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From a machine it can cost over $1
No, I don't believe so. Pepsi has always been in a blue machine to my recollection (which got back a very long way.) Coca Cola has the red machines.
Hello, The price of an average drink of pepsi which to me is za 16 oz. is $1 at the corner store and at other stores it is usually $1.29. Hope that helped.
The average price of a six pack of Pepsi was 59 cents. In the year 1945 the cost of a six pack of Pepsi bottles was 23 cents.
It depends on the price of the vending machine, the price of the products, and the amount of visibility the vending machine has.