Keurig K-Cup Class Action Settlement

If you purchased Keurig K-Cups over the past decade, then you may qualify for the Keurig K-Cup Class Action Settlement. This lawsuit has been pending since 2014. It claims that Keurig monopolized and excluded competition in order to raise, fix, maintain, or stabilize the prices of Keurig K-Cup Portion Packs at artificially high levels in violation of the Sherman Act.

Keurig has agreed to pay $31,000,000 to settle this lawsuit. The exact amount of your settlement will depend on how many people file a claim. The dates covered in this settlement are as follows:

  • Between September 7, 2010, and August 14, 2020, in all states except Mississippi and Rhode Island
  • Between March 24, 2011 and August 14, 2020 in Mississippi
  • Between July 15, 2013, and August 14, 2020 in Rhode Island

You will need proof or purchase. However, if you bought any Keurig K-Cup products from Amazon over this period, you can easily access your proof of purchase! The process is the same for any online retailer where you purchased Keurig K-Cup products.

Load Amazon, then go to My Orders and search for Keurig. You'll see a list of Keurig orders dating back to 2010, if you have any that old.

Now, click “invoice” to load that order then press CTRL + P to print the page. However, from here you can save the invoice as a .pdf instead of printing it!

These .pdf files are the proof of purchase you'll submit for this class action.

The deadline to file a claim is July 15, 2021.

I need to point out I'm not a lawyer 💼. That said, DO NOT LIE ON THESE! You are using your signature under penalty of perjury. That means you don't want to lie! However, if you actually bought some of these items, feel free swearing to it and file a claim to get your rebate check!

Whenever I post one of these class action settlements, I always feel like Cellino & Barnes … I mean, Galino & Farnes.

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