How To Hack Coke Or Pepsi Machine

This article is written just for fun and information purpose. Please do it for educational purpose only and not for earning or ravishing others. You can hack these machines by just accessing simple code. Once you enter the code and you get success (depend on machine manufacturing) you can find out all kinds of information about the machine's sales, check out the profitability of that vending machine route, and dazzle your friends with your technical prowess.

To do this trick you must have to find machine that has an LED screen and is by "Royal Vendors". There should be a label on both sides of the machine.Enter the access code by using the drink selection buttons. The default access code is 4, 2, 3, 1, but the buttons aren't numbered. They will either say nothing or have pictures of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, and other Coca-Cola products on them.

If the buttons are in rows, they should be numbered 1 through 4 from left to right. If the buttons are in a column, button 1 should be the top one.

On machines with two panels of six buttons on each side, press 1 to see the total lifetime sales, 2 for the total lifetime items sold, 3 for a breakdown of items sold of each selection, 4 for a breakdown of cash generated for each selection, and 5 for the machine's internal temperature.

In order to get to the same menu in a machine that sells Pepsi products, simply enter 1, 3, 2, 4. All the menu options should be the same. However, keep in mind that this does not work on all Pepsi machines.

Before Performing This Trick
Never perform this trick in Arabian Countries as they have strict rules for cheating. No matter What ever they do in their country. Also do not do this if there's a line behind you, as people may get upset waiting for you.

Do not hack the machine when others are around or in front of a handheld camera (or security camera).Some machines may require you to enter the code twice, so don't despair if you don't get to the menu immediately.

On some machines, pressing the coin-return button will only display the machine's inner temperature, not exit the menu. Coca-Cola has distributed new firmware to their vendors that would render these instructions unusable. That means that these instructions will only work on older, models that have not been updated yet.