Red Bull Settlement: How to Claim Your $10 Refund
Anyone who purchased at least one Red Bull product in the United States between January 1, 2002 and October 3, 2014 qualifies for a reimbursement from the energy drink company.
Red Bull GmbH will have to pay out big time after settling a $13 million dollar false advertising lawsuit.
If you bought at least one Red Bull product in the United States between January 1, 2002 and October 3, 2014, you qualify for a $10 reimbursement or two free Red Bull products with a retail value of approximately $15.
Register and fill out the form online before March 2, 2015 to claim your refund or free drinks. No proof of purchase is necessary. You can find more information on the EnergyDrinkSettlement.com website.
The class action lawsuit was filed by Benjamin Careathers because he took issue with the slogan “Red Bull gives you wings.” The company claimed that the drink would increase concentration and reaction speeds, which are not supported by any scientific studies.
There is no evidence that a can of Red Bull offers superior performance over a simple cup of coffee, according to Bevnet.