I use 1 gallon water jugs (plastic jugs just like milk jugs but clear plastic) on 50 of my taps. I use a 5/16 spile, about 6 inches of 5/16 tubing into a hole next to the jug neck and a cable tie through the handle and over the top of the spile. All of mine have frozen solid this year. GRRRRR! But none of them have gotten a hole . . . yet.
If I were you, I'd make a quick trip to your friendly neighborhood grocer and buy how ever many jugs you need to replace. They were .40 each here this year. In the future, what you buy depends upon what you prefer. Some folks like GMC, others Dodge, and still others Fords. I like the Sap Sak holders and bags, but also use the gallon jugs and 4 gallon pails on drop lines. Pros and cons to them all.
What I like about the sap saks is that when it does get cold, it is easy to remove the ice from the bag and collect the sap without shaking ice out of the jug, etc. Very quick and easy. Buckets on drop lines are nice too, but they take a lot of room to store.
185 taps with buckets and bags
2' x 5' flat pan on wood-fired homemade arch
Polaris 4 wheeler
Lots of time