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Coke Price Increase Still Keeps Prices Lower than Convenience Stores

Prices on the Coca-Cola vending machines have recently increased, yet the new price is still significantly lower than the same product at convenience stores.

The can price has increased from $0.75 to $0.85 and the bottle price has increased from $1.15 to $1.25. The increase now places the beverages in line with the current market.

The last increase was in August of 2006, so prices have remained the same for the past four years.

Students, faculty and staff can also expect to see changes on the vending equipment on campus, which has been retrofitted with an energy management system that keeps drinks cold and reduces energy consumption.

For more information about UH vending services, visit www.uh.edu/vending/.