Apple iTunes Gift Card Class Action Settlement

If you purchased an iTunes Gift Card that contained the language “songs are 99 cents or any other verbage indicating that songs were priced at $0.99 AND used that card to purchase one or more songs priced $1.29 from the iTunes Store on or before May 10, 2010 then you are entitled to a settlement.  The settlement provides for an iTunes credit of $3.25 that can be used to purchase anything available on the iTunes Store.   Go here to submit your claim.  The form must be submitted by 9/24/2012.

To qualify, you must meet the following criteria:

(1) You must be a United States resident; 
(2) You must have purchased or received an iTunes gift card where the card or packaging to which it was attached contained language that “songs are 99¢” or other language indicating that songs are priced at 99¢; 
(3) You must swear/affirm that you did not believe any song you purchased using the card would cost more than 99¢; AND 

(4) You must have used that card to purchase one or more $1.29 songs from the iTunes Store on or before May 10, 2010.

Posted by: on April 30, 2012 under Rebates

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