Vending machine

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Vending machines appear in Splatoon and Splatoon 2. They provide items such as snacks, beverages, cash and Crust Bucket Tickets.

Splatoon

Vending machine logo in Splatoon.

In Splatoon, the vending machines' (じはんき) company logo appears on vending machines and on containers with drinks.

Locations of vending machines:

Splatoon 2

Vending machine logo in Splatoon 2.

In Splatoon 2, the logo on the vending machines has been changed to the logo of Fizzy. The vending machines' old logo does not appear on vending machines anymore, instead appearing on the special weapons, the Inkjet and Tenta Missiles.

Locations of vending machines:

Octo Expansion

A vending machine can be found in the back of A00 Central Station. The look of the vending machine is very different compared to other vending machines found elsewhere in Inkopolis due to the disconnect between the areas. It is turned off and unusable for the majority of the campaign, but upon returning to the Deepsea Metro after the completion of Turf War, C.Q. Cumber informs Agent 8 that they can now use it, now being turned on with the lights glowing. Talking to C.Q. Cumber again will inform Agent 8 that they can travel to any qualifying stations marked on the map and talk to him on the platform to receive a mem medal. Agent 8 can collect ten mem medals, and they are used to redeem items from the vending machine.

There are ten mem medals to collect. After spending all of the mem medals Agent 8 has on them, the vending machine reverts to spending 15,000 CQ Points for an item.

Medal Reward
First One drink ticket
Second 20,000 CQ Points
Third Three of the same ability chunks
Fourth 20,000 cash
Fifth Three drink tickets
Sixth Five of the same ability chunks
Seventh One Galactic Seanwich food ticket
Eighth 40,000 cash
Ninth One Triple-Fried Galactic Shwaffle food ticket
Tenth Fourteen drink tickets, one for each drink

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Splatoon 2

Octo Expansion

See also

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese じはんき
Ji hanki
Vending machine