Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Arkos, Dec 8, 2019.
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Just curious, if you bought the business why wouldn't you be entitled to all the proceeds every day?
Not a whole business (I am just 14), just a machine. I get all the income, I just work for him every Saturday because I don't pay for the water or electricity
Congratulations. Work it hard. Make it the best machine out there. Your parents should be very proud of you.
Interesting.. What is it?
Not sure, I think it is factory set a $1.75 each load
I am supper lucky to have great parents!
It is what they use in launderettes. You pay $1.75 in cents to wash and/or dry cloths
That's an interesting deal - you should expand and 'buy' the dryer, too - you'll have a source for lots of 'dryer coins' and other miscellaneous left behind items
@Arkos Start setting aside your first couple hundred dollars for future maintenance costs you don’t want to have to fix your machine out of pocket. Also check the operating costs of other machines in your area so your not giving away money, you and your partner might have to up the cost per load to match other people’s machines. You don’t want to give away money! Good luck in your new venture.
Save up and get a soap machine also. Real money maker there
I looked into a coin op in the 90's but the accountant said it was a bad deal and I didn't pull the trigger.
I realize this is a different scenario and I hope it works out for you.
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