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Monday, August 29, 2011

Want a Fruit Juice Discount? Thanks, Class Action Lawsuits!

Posted By on Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 4:30 PM

Now with less legal liability!
  • Now with less legal liability!

Do you like fruit juice? How about Old Orchard juice? More importantly, do you like saving extremely small amounts of money?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, today may be your lucky day (sort of)!

Old Orchard just settled a class action lawsuit with some grumpy consumers over its 100% Juice product line, so now it's time to reap the benefits.

The details are pretty boring, but they're available on the settlement website in case you're feeling extra energetic and need something to bring you down. The juicy part (hah!) is this -- if you've bought Old Orchard 100% Juice since 2006 and you decide to buy more in the next four months or so, you get $0.50 off each bottle. Don't get greedy, though -- the rebate is only good for up to five bottles. But who ever needed more than $2.50 to be happy, anyways?

In order to claim your discount, you have to buy the juice at a SaveMart supermarket (like Lucky or FoodMaxx, but not Safeway).

Now go forth and be quenched!

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