Panda Express Class Action Lawsuit | Find Out If You’re Eligible

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Have you heard about the Panda Express class action lawsuit? Here’s what to know…

various Panda Express family meals

There’s a Panda Express class action lawsuit that you need to know about…

Did you place an order on the Panda Express website or app between July 17, 2020, and February 16, 2022? If you did and were charged a service fee, you may be entitled to a settlement. The settlement has not been fully approved by the court just yet, but the final approval hearing is set for November 8, 2023.

The settlement is for $1.4 million dollars. Though Panda Express hasn’t admitted to wrongdoing, the company is still prepared to pay up. If you feel you deserve a portion of this settlement, you’ll want to file a claim before January 10, 2024.

If your claim is approved, you’ll be entitled to either a cash payout or up to two vouchers for two medium entrees. These vouchers are redeemable through the Panda Express website or mobile app.

Orange chicken on fork hovering over Panda Express bowls

Here’s how to file a claim in the Panda Express lawsuit…

As of now, you do not need a receipt to file a claim. If you’re ready to submit one, head on over to the settlement website where you can file online. Click the “Start Your Claim” button.

You may need to request a Unique ID code. To do so, click the link that says “Where can I find my Unique ID?”. Then, follow the link to request a Unique ID code. Once received, you can finish the filing process.

Once you finish filing your claim, you should receive an email with a confirmation code.

Panda Express meals in boxes

We want to say a special thank you to Denise, a Hip2Save reader, who tipped us off about this class-action lawsuit! ❤️ We appreciate you reaching out to let us know to alert the rest of the Hip2Save community, Denise! 🙌

We hope this settlement will benefit those of us who are Panda Express patrons and warn other restaurants not to charge hidden fees!

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About the writer:

Kara is a writer and photographer from the Midwest. Her creative work has appeared in various publications over the past decade. With a background in finance, she loves to be money-savvy.

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  1. Bev84

    I live in California and theres a handful of restaurants in the LA county area that are charging fees for everything! From charging hidden tips that go to cooks and “tips” that are charged directly from the restaurant to cover the employees healthcare. Everyone keep an eye on what you’re paying when eating out.

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