Have you been to Burger King lately? You may be owed some money!


Some Burger King customers who paid too much for breakfast sandwiches may be owed money after a settlement was reached in a class action lawsuit.

According to a company news release, the lawsuit accused certain Burger King restaurants of charging a higher price for two modified Croissan’wich breakfast sandwiches when consumers used a buy-one-get-one free coupon.

RELATED: 5 secret menu hacks you probably haven’t tried

Burger King settlement: What you need to know

You may be included in the settlement if:

  • You purchased two or more modified Croissan’wich breakfast sandwiches (without egg, cheese and/or a meat) from a Burger King restaurant between October 1, 2015 and May 19, 2017
  • Redeemed a BOGO coupon in connection with the purchase
  • Paid more than the amount that restaurant was charging at the time for a single, unmodified, higher-priced Croissan’wich you ordered

Burger King denies any wrongdoing and says employees have implemented “corrective changes at the point of sale.”

But as part of the settlement, Burger King will make $5 payments or provide $2 gift cards to those who submit a valid claim form, which must be filed by January 19, 2018.

You can obtain a claim form at www.bkcbogosettlement.com or by calling 1-877-468-0436.

RELATED: Clark’s top 10 restaurant apps for free food and discounts



Next Up in Business

Clark County economic development agency approves $782K budget
Clark County economic development agency approves $782K budget

Board members for the Community Improvement Corp. of Clark County reviewed goals from the past five years and approved the agency’s 2018 budget last week. The CIC promotes economic development in Clark County and is connected to the Chamber of Greater Springfield. The approved the agency’s 2018 budget at more than $782,900, about 10 percent...
WATCH: Amazon’s first ‘store of the future’ opens today
WATCH: Amazon’s first ‘store of the future’ opens today

Amazon’s first store, which has no checkout lanes, opened today in Seattle. The new concept Amazon Go will give consumers “the world’s most advanced shopping technology so you never have to wait in line,” according to the online retail giant. Some industry experts are calling the concept the future of brick-and-mortar retail...
Walmart introduces meal kits with no subscription
Walmart introduces meal kits with no subscription

Walmart is now selling meal kits that require no subscription for customers. Walmart has joined the growing number of grocery retailers offering meal kits in December. Walmart is now touting that its meal kits are hassle-free, and it doesn’t require a subscription like competitor services like Blue Apron. Walmart meal kits come in several brands...
Lending Tree: Dayton home market isn’t so competitive
Lending Tree: Dayton home market isn’t so competitive

The Dayton housing market is one of the least competitive in the country, at least among buyers who make mortgage loan requests through the Lending Tree online marketplace, the company said. In a national ranking, Dayton ranks relatively low for factors Lending Tree deems indicative of a competitive housing market. Prospective buyers in this area have...
Kroger reportedly looking to partner with Overstock.com
Kroger reportedly looking to partner with Overstock.com

Kroger is considering teaming up with Overstock.com Inc. in an effort to compete with online retailers. The New York Post reported the Cincinnati-based grocer may be eyeing a deal with Overstock.com, according to sources. Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne said last year that he plans to sell or reorganize the e-commerce business to focus on blockchain technology...
More Stories