$1.45M Chick-fil-A Delivery Orders Class Action Settlement

$1.45M Chick-fil-A Delivery Orders Class Action Settlement

Open Class Action Settlement

Unsplash | Updated: January 13, 2024

Claim Form Deadline: February 15, 2024 (Passed)

Payout: $29.25 (Estimated)

Proof required: No

What is the Chick-fil-A Class Action Lawsuit About?

A $1,450,000 Class Action Settlement has been reached with Chick-fil-A over allegations that the popular fast food restaurant chain misled consumers by marking up their in-app menu prices for food, as well as delivery fee surcharges. The Chick-fil-A class action covers consumers who placed delivery orders using specific Apps between November 1, 2019 through April 30, 2021.

While Chick-fil-A denies the allegations of misleading and false advertising made by the class action lawsuit, they have agreed to settle for nearly $1.5 Million; The majority of these funds will be paid out to consumers who qualify for a class action payment. Read further to find out how you can qualify for a payment from the Chick-fil-A Delivery Fees Class Action Settlement.

How Do I Qualify For A Payout From the Chick-fil-A Settlement

In order to qualify for a payout from the Chick-fil-A class action lawsuit you must have purchased Chick-fil-A menu items via a delivery order using Chick-fil-A's "One App" or directly from their website at any time from November 1, 2019 through April 30, 2021. Furthermore, the purchase via delivery must have been made in one of the following States: New York, New Jersey, Florida, Georgia, or California.

What Can I Get in the Chick-fil-A Class Action Settlement?

If you believe that you are a qualifying Chick-fil-A Settlement Class member, you can submit a timely and valid claim to receive a $29.25 payout using the option of a variety of payment methods.

Should the class action receive final approval from the Court overseeing the settlement terms, Chick-fil-A will only provide payments to qualifying Class Action Settlement members, based on the requirements you can see in this article, as well as on the official Chick-fil-A class action administration website (See Below). The two main categories of payment include the following:

• A cash payment of up to $29.25 or,
• A Chick-fil-A e-gift card worth up to $29.25, which can be redeemed for Chick-fil-A products

Please note that in class action settlements such as these, the payout may be lower than the originally anticipated amount. The actual payment amount may be reduced if the total amount of valid and timely claims submitted is more than expected when setting the estimated payout initially. The estimated $29.25 per Chick-fil-A payment amount is anticipated and may be adjusted based on the number of claims, and is contingent on the class action receiving final approval.

Do I Need Proof of Purchase to File a Claim?

Yes, to qualify for up to $29.25 cash payment, or for a Chick-fil-A gift card you will have to provide your login information in the form of a "Unique ID". This ID was provided to qualifying members in email notifications. If you did not receive a notice via email but believe that you are a qualifying member of the Chick-fil-A class action settlement, you can reach out to the open class action administrators via their website, or using the following information to obtain your unique ID:

Toll Free Number:

Mailing Address:
Chick-fil-A, Inc. Delivery Fee Settlement
P.O. Box 2237
Portland, OR 97208-2237

How Do I Find Class Action Settlements?

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How Do I File a Claim?

To be eligible to receive a payment from the Chick-Fil-A Class Action Settlement, you must submit a complete, valid, and timely class action Claim Form fully by February 15, 2024 electronically.

Claim Form Website: DeliveryOrderSettlement.com

Submit Claim Here

Filing Class Action Settlement Claims

Please note that your claim form will be rejected if you submit a settlement claim for payout with any fraudulent information. By providing this information and your sworn statement of its veracity, you agree to do so under the penalty of perjury. You would also be harming others that actually qualify for the class action settlement. If you are not sure whether or not you qualify for this class action settlement, visit the class action administrator's website below. OpenClassActions.com is only providing information and is not a class action administrator or a law firm. OpenClassActions is a participant in the Amazon affiliate advertising program and this post may contain affiliate links, which means we may earn a commission or fees if you make a purchase via those links.
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