FREE MONEY! NO RECEIPTS NEEDED! Canada Dry Ginger Ale Class Action Settlement!


Here’s a hot freebie for you. There’s a new Canada Dry Ginger Ale Class Action Settlement and you can claim a free check, even if you don’t have any receipts. This is for folks that bought Canada Dry products between 1/1/13 and 12/19/18, so almost everyone is a participant in this suit 😉 Use the link below to stake your claim.

FREE MONEY! NO RECEIPTS NEEDED! Canada Dry Ginger Ale Class Action Settlement!
***If the above link does not work for you, try here.

The claim period is open through 3/19/19, so don’t delay or you may forget and miss out.

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  1. Try also all the links doesn’t work for the Camada Dry Lawsuit.

    • I don’t understand your comment.

      I just completed the Canada Dry Lawsuit form after reading your message, and I used Steve’s link.

  2. It says in California…

    • It says EXCLUDING California.

      • Michael Shelnutt says:

        The lawsuit was filed in California, so how can it Exclude California?

        It does ask if you purchased solely in CA…

        • The non-California lawsuit is under the jurisdiction of St. Louis, MO.

          There are two forms. One is just for California, and the other is for the other 49 states.

          “You can submit a Claim for a Benefit Check under this Settlement if you purchased any Canada Dry Ginger Ale Products in the United States (*Excluding California), between January 1, 2013, and December 19, 2018, which contained the terms “Made from Real Ginger” on the labels, including those listed in the Petition. As noted above, with respect to all Persons who, between December 28, 2012, and June 26, 2018, purchased any Canada Dry Ginger Ale Products in the state of California, they are not bound by the Settlement or eligible to file a Claim.”

          The link directs to the California-only form. But if you click on the link and go to the settlement claim form for California, then look to the right-hand side of the page, you will see information for filing a non-California claim.

  3. Brenda Lee Pearson says:

    It says the filing deadline has passed.