If you’ve bought Canada Dry Ginger Ale over the last 5 years, you could be getting paid

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If you bought any Canada Dry Ginger Ale product over the last few years, you’re eligible for compensation as part of a new class-action settlement.

Canada Dry Ginger Ale settlement may mean money for you

The makers of Canada Dry Ginger Ale have been taken to task for advertising that its products are “made from real ginger.”

Without admitting any wrongdoing, Keurig Dr Pepper, Inc., and Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc., have agreed to pull that phrase from their packaging and marketing going forward.

The two companies now must pay out $11.2 million to consumers as part of the settlement.

If you purchased any Canada Dry Ginger Ale product dating back to late 2012 or early 2013, you can request compensation — whether or not you have a receipt.

There are two avenues to get your settlement money:

For consumers in California

If you made your purchase between December 28, 2012 and June 26, 2018, you can:

  • Request a refund for up to 13 products
  • Don’t have a receipt? You can claim 40 cents per item for up to $5.20 in cash with no proof
  • Have all your receipts? You can claim 40 cents per item for up to $40 (100 items max) with proof of purchase

For consumers living in all other 49 states

If you made your purchase between January 1, 2013, and December 19, 2018, you can:

  • Request a refund for up to 13 products
  • Don’t have a receipt? You can claim 40 cents per item for up to $5.20 in cash with no proof
  • Have all your receipts? You can claim 40 cents per item for up to $40 (100 items max) with proof of purchase

Click here to start your claim.

The average claim settlement is expected to be $2, but may be less depending on how many valid claims are submitted.

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Just be sure to file by the March 19, 2019 deadline!

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