Candy Machine

We are the candy vending machine megastore! Browse our incredible assortment of machines that range from personal-use to professional grade: tabletop candy dispensers, often used as gifts, to 6-12 head stations mounted on racks for high traffic locations. The available options seem limitless. Choose your style, color, size, and number of heads.

Is your machine broken and need of repair? We stock a complete line of factory original replacement parts. Did you know that most of our equipment can be set at the factory to accept foreign currency and vending tokens?

What Products Can I Vend In My Candy Machine?

These machines are capable of vending much more than just candy. Bar owners occasionally use them to dispense peanuts. Health clinics have used them to dispense vitamins. They can also be deployed in outdoor settings to dispense pet food including: cat, dog and fish, not to mention golf balls. There are many more possibilities, so call us if you have an idea.

How Do I Adjust The Candy Wheel?

First you need to take off the top lid so you can remove the globe. Then you once you’ve removed the brush plate you can take the wheel out. Most candy wheels have a metal covering sitting on top of the plastic wheel. This can be adjusted to dispense the maximum and minimum amount of product possible. You will have to determine the setting that delivers the appropriate quantity of product to your customers, while still maintaining an adequate profit. Note: by maximizing the customer’s purchase you increase the chance of repeat business, so it’s important to find that happy medium between ROI and value delivered to the customer.


1. Because these machines are dispensing edible items, cleaning your machine regularly is a must. A clear globe and spotless presentation is much more enticing to your potential customers.

2. When vending candy like Mike & Ike’s, jelly beans, or Hot Tamales -especially in humid climates- you may want to spray them with PAM and mix them around in a large bowl before stocking them in your machine. This prevents them from sticking together and enhances their ability to vend.

3. If you have more than one machine, try a different combination of candy and mix it up. This will help you determine which type is most popular and profitable so you can stock more.