You may be part of a lawsuit about purchases of Starbucks Reduced–Fat Turkey Bacon Breakfast Sandwiches and Sausage & Cheddar Breakfast Sandwiches. According to our Starbucks Rewards records, you purchased Reduced–Fat Turkey Bacon Breakfast Sandwich(es) or a Sausage & Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich(es) at a Starbucks location(s) in California between April 28, 2015 and August 17, 2015. A California class action lawsuit is pending against Starbucks alleging that during this time period, certain Starbucks stores in California charged customers prices higher than the listed prices for these two breakfast sandwiches.
Proposed settlement of the lawsuit. A proposed settlement has been reached and it could affect your rights. If the settlement is approved by the court, Starbucks will credit your Starbucks Rewards account $0.25 for each purchase of either a Reduced–Fat Turkey Bacon or Sausage & Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich made between April 28, 2015 and August 17, 2015 for which you were overcharged.
Your options. Click on this link for information about the lawsuit, what the settlement will provide to class members, and what your options are. The court will determine whether the proposed settlement is fair and should be approved. You have the right to exclude yourself from the class. You also have the right to object and tell the court why you think the settlement is not fair. If you take no action, you will be bound by whatever the court decides.
Details. The case is called Martin v. Starbucks Corp., Case No. BC582335, and it is pending in the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles before Judge Amy D. Hogue. A California Superior Court authorized this communication. It is not a solicitation from a lawyer.