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Photos: Would you buy a cupcake from an ATM?

A 24-hour sidewalk cupcake-dispensing machine which opened on Tuesday where purchases are made by credit card. Sprinkles' Cupcake "ATM" is New York City's first and joins the Beverly Hills based company's "ATM's" already opened in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas.

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A woman takes a chocolate marshmallow cupcake from the Cupcake ATM at Sprinkles Cupcake Bakery in New York City's Upper East Side in Manhattan March 26, 2014. A 24-hour sidewalk cupcake-dispensing machine which opened on Tuesday where purchases are made by credit card. Sprinkles' Cupcake "ATM" is New York City's first and joins the Beverly Hills based company's "ATM's" already opened in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas.

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Stephanie Leach (L) and Candice Smith show their cupcakes purchased from the Cupcake ATM (background) at Sprinkles Cupcake Bakery in New York City's Upper East Side in Manhattan March 26, 2014. Despite the Sprinkles cupcake store connected to the ATM, and the city’s abundance of all-night delis and convenience stores, customers said the ATM has novelty appeal.

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A woman makes a purchase from the Cupcake "ATM" at Sprinkles Cupcake Bakery in New York City's Upper East Side in Manhattan, March 26, 2014. The New York model holds 760 cupcakes and sells up to four at a time, making it larger than the company’s other machines

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Women make selections from the Cupcake ATM at Sprinkles Cupcake Bakery in New York City's Upper East Side in Manhattan March 26, 2014. At a price of $4.25 apiece, the cupcake choices include chocolate, coconut, red velvet, vanilla and lemon meringue.

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A woman makes a purchase from the Cupcake "ATM" at Sprinkles Cupcake Bakery at New York City's Upper East Side in Manhattan March 26, 2014.

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