Have You Purchased K-Cups Since 2010? You May Qualify for a Full Refund!

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If you regularly buy Keurig K-Cups, you could be in for a significant reimbursement!

Keurig has agreed to pay $31 million to settle claims that it violated antitrust laws by fixing the price of its single-serve Keurig K-Cup coffee pods. This means that if you purchased Keurig K-Cups from sellers other than Keurig in the last 10 years, you could be eligible to receive up to 100% of your purchase price back!

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This settlement provides cash payments as reimbursement for Keurig K-Cup purchases. Reimbursement rates will vary from 7.5% to 100% depending on the state where the purchases were made and whether proof of purchase is submitted with the claim. Qualifying purchase dates are as follows:

  • between September 7, 2010 and August 14, 2020 in all states other than Mississippi and Rhode Island
  • between March 24, 2011 and August 14, 2020 for Mississippi consumers
  • between July 15, 2013 and August 14, 2020 for Rhode Island customers

Class Members must file a claim by July 15, 2021 to receive reimbursement. Proof of Keurig K-Cup purchase(s) and additional information (number of K-Cups purchased, the price paid, the state where the purchase took place, the brand name, etc.) is required to validate claims. If you’re unsure whether you qualify as a Class Member, please refer to the FAQ section of the Settlement Administrator’s website for clarification.

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Comments 55

  1. mkarias1

    These class action lawsuits are a scam. Only the lawyers make money. How do they expect people to have receipts from several months (or years in the two other states) ago?

    • huertac1

      No they aren’t. And they don’t all require proof of purchase. I have gotten several checks for cases that I was involved in.

      • Christina Lavenz

        I got paid for some of them so I know they are not scams. I usually only get $5 but sometimes I get $10 and the last one I got was $24. It is not a scam.

      • Courtney


    • KetaKoya87

      Exactly why I might need to start keeping every single receipt for every little thing for 10+ years?!! Lol I guess but no way

      • Patricia Goff

        I keep all my receipts for 5 years because of taxes. I put a box on my desk and put all my receipts in there for the year. Every year when I don’t need them anymore we have a bonfire and burn them with downed branches and leaves etc. Kids love hot dogs and marshmallows.

    • jennifer-54

      I keep every single receipt I have for proof of purchase. I also check my receipts to my statements to validate every purchase on any of my accounts. I also keep a check register on all of my accounts to make sure fraud doesn’t happen, total charge amount matches my receipt, and to make sure I get refunds.

    • Rochelle

      Class action lawsuits are not scams. I received over $600 several years ago in a lawsuit involving Bass Pro.

  2. franny5

    Does this count if we bought off amazon

    • jodihodgsonmillsap

      Any retailer other than directly from Keurig. I would check the terms and which state you are in. You can submit a claim without proof of purchase but it is not really worth it. Only repealer states and territories with proof of purchase get 100% back. I am in a state that gets like 3% with no receipts. Who keeps their receipts on coffee for the last 10 years?

    • Amy

      I was actually thinking the Amazon ones would be the only thing I’d likely still have proof of. And I’ve purchased a ton from there!

      • franny5

        That was what I was thinking too

        • Andrea

          If you bought from Kroger and use their Plus card, transactions are on the app, just not sure how far back though.

          • Chris

            Mine only went back to 2019.

      • Dawn

        The only receipts I had were from Amazon but I still put in for it…I had $130 worth of receipts so we’ll see what happens


    How does one even begin to answer these questions?

  4. Taylor S

    Whaat? You need receipts from the last ten years!? Give me a break.

  5. shey59

    I may never see a dime but I submitted without receipts as who keeps those that long. We shall see

  6. Kathryn

    Does the name of the product have to have K-cup in them? For example, I’ve purchase over the years several items off Amazon that say single serve cups, but not necessarily K-cups.

    • AmandaJ

      I believe it has to say “keurig” somewhere on them. Looking at my orders from Amazon, it looks like my Green Mountain and Starbucks ones qualify, but not the no-name brands

  7. Peaches

    I bought Cafe escapes K-cups through Coffee for Less in 2016, 2017, 2018 and they keep invoices so yay?

  8. Kathy

    Do they have to be Keurig brand, or can they be Grove Square, Gloria Jeans, Victor Allen, etc.

    • Kim B.

      They have to be a Keurig brand.

  9. AmandaJ

    Thanks luckily Amazon keeps all my receipts 🤣 and I have quite a few that I think qualify

  10. Daddly Bodd

    Thank you I had all receipts scanned and organized from some receipt scanner deal you posted 6+ years ago. Amazon was easy keyword search popped all my purchases. Tip be sure to put “k-cup” or “coffee” not everything pulled.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! You’re so welcome! Thanks for the tip!

  11. J. Sweet.

    Thanks for the green mountain tip. My husband has loved that one for a while now. It was a quick email search to see if I had receipts. Yep, sure did…

  12. tan

    For receipts I took a pick of my keurig with a sheet that said my name. Mkay.

  13. Shonna

    Unfortunately all these class action lawsuits do is raise future prices of products.

    • Marie

      Your source?

  14. Georgia

    Even if you don’t have receipts, you can still submit for reimbursement. Let’s say you bought one box a month at $5.99 for 10 years and your state’s reimbursement is 3%- that’s still about $21.

    I was also thinking that one could check with Costco, Kroger or any other store with a rewards card and see if they could print out a list of coffee products purchased. I don’t know if they can do this, but since you can return items using these cards if you don’t have receipts…there might be a possibility.

  15. queen62

    Can’t get my claim to go thru. Waste of time submit information and goes back to start over. 😒😒

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh darn! Maybe try a different browser. Hoping that does the trick!

  16. HeatherSellers

    Today I am thankful that I have bought all of our Kcups on Amazon for the past 8 years. For anyone questioning the validity of these class action suits, since I have been a member here I have gotten a check from Johnson & Johnson and another baby company.. can’t think of what company name is.

  17. molly

    Searched my inbox and Amazon for “keurig” and quickly found 7 receipts to submit going back to 2014! Spent about 15 minutes filling out the form and attaching screen shots. We’ll see. It’s worth it to try, since these were pretty pricey to begin with!

  18. Laura

    This is probably a dumb question but are ALL k cups keurig cups…? Even off brand Amazon ones?

    • molly

      No, some are “compatible” with Keurig, but are off brands. I had some I purchased from Amazon like that and I didn’t submit for those.

      • Laura

        Thank you!!

  19. Micki

    Anyone who has submitted receipts to Starbucks for rewards may be able to find those in their text history.

  20. meli

    I don’t keep my receipts for grocery items but I do use my Kroger plus card when I shop there and found digital receipts dating back to 2019 in my account. Submitted my claim totaling nearly $100. Thanks for the heads up.

  21. Quinna

    I started to submit last night but it took so long with so many entries that after entering all my info it said it was timed out. Make sure you enter as quickly as possible.

  22. Laura

    The email that I included in the form is different than my PayPal email. Will that be an issue if this goes through?


      you can add a second email address to your paypal account

  23. Maggie M.

    I use to purchase all my coffee through Amazon so with a quick search of my order history I was able to quickly upload receipts. Thank you for the heads up!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      GREAT! You’re most welcome!

  24. Katherine

    Question for the folks that submitted receipts from Amazon. What purchase price did you use if you used subscribe & save to buy your coffee?

    Thanks in advance.

  25. Bree Me

    It’s annoying when you know you’ve made these purchases but don’t have the receipts. Often times, you could get say $68 but because no receipt from however many years ago, they cut you an embarrassment of a check for $3. Smh…
    But I will say for those thinking they’re all scams, occasionally you may be eligible for a $50 claim etc. These help hold companies responsible for the safety of consumers and also transparency.

  26. Suzanne H

    I definitely don’t have anywhere near all of my receipts but was able to pull up my Staples account and get receipts for 4 boxes of K cups so that’s something at least!

  27. Tammie Wilson

    I have tried multiple times to enter information from 2018, 19, and 20 but receive a message each time that says, “Your session has timed out”. Looks like I will have to send the packet to them via mail.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh darn! That does sound frustrating. Maybe try once more in a different browser. Hoping that might work better for you!

  28. Carol

    Darn! If you live in a Non-Repealer State, it’s only 7.5%!

    • AWS

      Just saw I am too in SC 🙁

  29. Trish Hastings

    Does anyone know if Death Wish K-cups count?

  30. kaylaf

    How do you print the Amazon receipts for submission from the Amazon app? They are too big to screenshot the order details?

  31. MaaMaaBear

    Did anyone ever hear anything from this?

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