School Vending Machine Prices Differs

Prices of soft drinks are different from one campus to another. For instance at the University of Northern Iowa where a 20-ounce of bottle costs $1.50 while a 24-ounce Pepsi or Coke only cost $1 in some machines outside the campus. The reason for this is that because bottling companies such as Pepsi in this case who is the exclusive provider of beverage in UNI and they have the ability to monopolize the prices. Another reason why these machines are increasing prices is because they have to give a share of profit to the campus.

Another example  here would be Virgina Tech as their vending machines exclusively from Coca Cola only charges $1 per bottle but they don’t get any commissions from the company.

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