Thursday, October 03, 2013

Announcing our newest Florida Legal Pre-Reveal Multigame NCG Suite 1 Game Cube.
This gamecube has 3 video games on it. Can be installed in any Pot of Gold or Cherry Master 8 Liner cabinet that has touchscreen and a printer. It is pre-reveal and that makes it compliant with the laws of Florida. You must have a Touchscreen VGA Monitor to use this board. No re-loads or fees beyond initial purchase are required. See bottom of this page for more specifications.
Requires a VGS touchscreen monitor, bill acceptor and printer
We can retrofit this into any Pot of Gold or 8 liner Cherry Master cabinet that is touchscreen and has a printer and bill acceptor
No Reloads or fees required, no license
Player can pre-reveal up to 100 games ahead
On Screen settings for all options
Has 3 Games included

Monday, September 16, 2013

Coin Pusher Machines Could Be Your Key to Retirement

With a relatively small investment of less than $50,000 you can develop a quarter pusher route that provides you with a good retirement income month after month and for years to come.  Many people are already doing it and you can, too. Here is how.
     Quarter pushers cost about $1300 each for the best quality machines. It is important that you only buy high quality new machines so that you do not experience outages or repairs.  If you purchase thirty machines they will cost you about $40,000 with shipping. You will also need coin counters and equipment for counting and bagging the coins for deposit, which will cost you about another $1,000. Industry averages  show that a quarter pusher machine will generate about $200 a week in profits, with some operators even earning as much as $1,000 a week in a good location. To be conservative I will estimate on the low side and say that your thirty machines will average $100 a week which will be split 50/50 with the location owner.  This will  leave you with a net profit of $50 a week per machine, so multiplied by your 30 machines, this will give you $1,500 per week or $78,000 a year. Remember that this is a “low end” estimate, so you could easily do much better than that.
     Finding locations for your thirty machines is not as difficult as you might think. All a shop owner needs is about 10 square feet of empty space in which to place the quarter pusher, which can then lead to earning  a cash profit every week with no investment. The best locations are laundromats, convenience stores, truck stops, diners, liquor stores, tobacco shops, pizza shops or any other places where people gather. You simply offer to install a machine on a trial basis with no obligation and once the profits start rolling in, the location owner will be happy to let the machine stay. There are professional locator services available to secure locations for you (for a fee) if you are not comfortable finding them yourself.

     Once the machines are placed, all you need to do is visit each location weekly and split the quarters in the machine's catch bucket with the location owner. The catch bucket is a large plastic tub in the bottom of the machine that catches your profits as they drop from the movable tray.  Thirty machines is a manageable route and collections will take about 2 days a week, depending on the size of the geographic area. It is a great retirement income for a small investment in time and money. Check out our full line of Quarter Pusher Machines

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Coin Pusher Machines are Great Money Makers

Have you ever considered placing a coin pusher machine in your business? They are good reasons to

consider them. They are good profit generators that require very little floor space. If you operate a convenience store, Laundromat, tavern, liquor store, restaurant, truck stop or any other business where there is good foot traffic then you are a potential location. You could possibly pay your monthly rent or mortgage with one or two of these machines.
Here are some factors to consider:
  • ·         The machines need to be in a secure location where they can be seen by store personnel. This is to prevent tampering or cheating such as shaking the machine. Almost all machines sold have an audible alarm and a trap door to prevent coins from being shaken out but for the alarm to be effective there needs to be an employee present to hear it.
  • ·         They need to be legal to operate in your location. Some areas are fine but some have restrictions. You can check with local authorities to find out what, if any, restrictions exist in your area. The most common restriction is that you may not be able to play real coins or pay out real coins. In that case you would be able to use tokens instead of coins. You can exchange the winner’s tokens for trade or small gifts instead of cash. You could also load up the playing field with “bait” such as gift cards, watches or MP3 players.
  • ·         The machines need a floor space of about three feet wide and two feet deep. The location should be visible to store personnel and also easily seen by potential customers.
  • ·         Change or token availability should be easy and convenient. You should have a change machine or token dispenser mounted in the machine or on the wall near the machine. If the player runs out of coins you want it to be convenient for them to get more coins and continue playing.

·         To buy or not to buy? You can buy your machine or if you do not want to make a big cash investment you can have an operator install your machine for free in exchange for a share of the profits. Typically the profit is split 50/50 between the location owner and the operator. To find a local operator just check with vending companies in your area.

If you decide to buy a machine you should avoid used machines. Buy a new machine from a reputable dealer with at least a one year warranty. You can find a dealer through the internet by using a search engine such as Google. Expect to pay between $1200 and $2000 depending on features, options and the quality of the machine. These machines provide a great return for a small investment of money and floor space. In today’s economy you need all the help you can get. Check out our Coin Pusher Machines

Thursday, July 18, 2013

How to Buy an Antique Slot Machine and Not Get Burnt

      When buying antiques it is easy to make a bad investment if you are not an expert. This is especially true when buying an antique slot machine. It is easy to get caught up in the moment at a yard sale, an auction or an antique shop. You see an old slot machine and you just have to have it for your “man cave”. If you are not careful you will be buying a major headache.Here are some tips that you must follow if you want to protect your hard-earned money.
      First, if at all possible, consult an expert and educate yourself. There are several good and reputable sites on the internet that sell antique slot machines. These sites have videos that will show you what to look for when buying a machine. They will also tell you exactly what to avoid.
      Second, decide between a genuine antique or a re-manufactured machine. A re-manufactured machine might be best for you if you are buying a machine that you want to actually play and not have as just a showpiece or investment machine. A “re-manufactured” machine is a machine that looks like a brand new machine. In most cases the outside castings and the wood are all brand-new. The mechanical parts of the machine are from an original machine but have been completely re-worked. The advantage of these machines is that they look beautiful and they are able to be played daily where a real antique machine would be too fragile to be played too much. The disadvantage is that the re-manufactured machines will not appreciate in value like an antique machine. In many cases a re-manufatured machine is a much better choice for you.
      Third, be careful where you buy or from whom you buy. Avoid buying at a yard sale or flea market. This is where the real junk normally ends up. An estate sale can produce some great machines if the original owner was a collector. Machines purchased at auctions can also be fraught with problems, unless you can get an expert opinion on the machine before bidding. If you want to buy from eBay you will need to check the feedback of the seller and also only buy from a seller that accepts PayPal. This will protect you in case the item is not as described. If a seller does not accept PayPal, steer clear of him. There are also some very reputable websites that sell antique slots. These are larger dealers who can be found on Google. Always deal with a site that takes credit cards, pay with a credit card (not a debit card) and you will be protected.    
       Fourth, do not over-pay . Research prices online. Look at eBay and see what similar machines have sold for. You can easily search prior sales on eBay . Also search the web for the machine you are interested in. You will probably find several sites selling similar machines. Be aware that condition is everything. Unrestored antique machines in original condition are worth more than restored ones.
      If you follow these steps you will be able to acquire the machine you want at a fair price and avoid being disappointed. Click antique slot machines to see our selection of antique slots

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Skill Eldorado Announced to Help Sweepstakes Parlors in North Carolina Remain Open

     Yes there may be a way to stay open. North Carolina Internet Sweepstakes and Pot of Gold 8 Liner Parlor owners might have discovered a loophole in the law that allows them to stay open. It was first reported in the  Hickory Record that the "look Ahead" or "Reveal" feature on some games might make them Legal to operate in North Carolina. The Skill Eldorado 8 liner game board (sold by actually allows the player to reveal the results BEFORE he places his bet. This gimmick makes the games non-gambling games since the player knows the outcome before he places his wager. Any Cherry Master or 8 Liner game can be retro-fitted with the new Skill Eldorado board. Bruce Mitchell, owner of is quoted as saying he expects a big demand in North Carolina for the new Skill Eldorado boards.
    The Attorney General has not commented on the new games yet and the legal status has not yet been tested. This might be a way to stay open and stay legal. What happens next remains to be seen. Stay tuned.

Saturday, November 03, 2012

Antique Slot Machine Help for Hurricane Sandy Victims

Help for Antique Slot Machine Collectors that suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy

We want to help people on the East Coast that suffered damage to their Antique Slot machines from Hurricane Sandy. We are offering FREE appraisals of your damaged antique slot machines for insurance claims. Simply contact us through our web site at and we will be happy to help you in any way possible. We can give you a free value estimate, a Free repair estimate and 50% off on written insurance appraisals. We can also help you source antique slot machine parts or replacement machines. Please let us know how we can help.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

FREE Start a Quarter Pusher business E-book

FREE E-Book "How to Start and Operate a Quarter Pusher Route Business

If you have ever thought about starting or operating a Quarter Pusher route then this manual will help show you the way. It tells you everything you need to know and best of all it is FREE for a limited time only. To get your free copy download manual