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PHOTOS: Coca-Cola Freestyle Machines Debut at Universal CityWalk Orlando

Grab your cups and tumblers and start pouring! The first Coca-Cola Freestyle machines have debuted at Universal CityWalk Orlando.

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The machines, which allow guests to choose from a wide variety of flavors and their favorite Coca-Cola products, can be found at the Refresh stand near Red Oven Pizza Bakery.

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Guests were already lined up to utilize the new machines, which proved to be very popular.

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There were no dividers in place as we’ve seen in other locations around Universal Orlando Resort, but some groups did physically distance themselves waiting to use them.

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Others crowded the machines. Hopefully these will have safety measures implemented soon.

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The stand was also selling the new UOAP cups we saw at the beginning of February. The new addition should add more value to the souvenir cups, which allow for free refills throughout the day of purchase, as guests can now grab a beverage before leaving or entering Universal Studios Florida or Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

Keep reading WDWNT and Universal Parks News Today for more on what’s new at Universal CityWalk Orlando!

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Bob
Bob
1 month ago

I’m surprised to see them utilizing such widely shared interactive screens with “high touch” features, even as buffets are still considered taboo. Did you notice if employees were regularly stepping in to sanitize these machines, or if there were signs posted asking people to sanitize before and after use? This just seems inconsistent with other safety policies at the moment.