All claimants may receive a Benefit of up to $0.80 per Unit purchased, with a minimum payment of 5 Units (up to $4.00), for personal use between April 1, 2013 and June 13, 2019. The Benefit value may be less than $0.80 per Unit, depending on the number of Valid Claims and on the cost of other expenses paid out of the settlement fund, such as attorneys’ fees, but it will not be greater than $0.80 per Unit. The parties predict that each claim will be paid at least $0.40 per Unit, and more if there are fewer claims than expected.
If you do not provide Proof of Purchase, you can claim the Benefit for up to 13 Units (for a maximum payment of $10.40) per Household. If you claim the Benefit for 1-5 Units, you will receive the Benefit for 5 Units (up to $4.00).
If you do provide Proof of Purchase, you can claim the Benefit for up to 100 Units (for a maximum payment of $80.00) per Household, provided you present Proof of Purchase for at least 87 of those Units.
“Proof of Purchase” means a receipt or other documentation from a third-party commercial source (such as a store) that reasonably establishes the fact and date of purchase of the Product between April 1, 2013 and June 13, 2019 in the United States.
“Unit” means any Product unit purchased individually at retail. For example, a 2-liter bottle, 20-ounce bottle, 1-liter bottle, 12-pack of 12-ounce cans, or 10-pack of 7.5-ounce cans would each be a single Unit. A single 12-ounce or 7.5-ounce can is not a Unit because it is not individually purchased at retail.