www.BudLight.com/SBTix4Life – Enter Code to Win Super Bowl Tickets for Life

Bud Light Super Bowl Tix 4 Life

  • Enter the promotional code for a chance to win Super Bowl tickets for life
  • BudLight.com/SBTix4Life is sponsored by Anheuser-Busch, Bud Light Beer, St. Louis, MO.
  • Contestants who enter via promotional code will have to provide their name, street address, email address, DOB, mobile phone number, and the code in order to enter online

In order to enter the Bud Light Super Bowl Tickets for Life promotion the contestants must be 21 years of age or older and a legal resident of the US.  The promotion will feature 2 separate entry periods with the first running through 12/4/17 to 1/15/18 and the second running from 1/16/18 to 1/22/18.

Contestants looking to enter without having to purchase a pack of Bud Light can enter via text by SMS-enabled mobile phone… text SBTIX4LIFE to shortcode 50563. Participants must have a mobile phone with text messaging capabilities to enter by text message. Participants entering this Sweepstakes via text message may incur a standard text message charge from their wireless service provider for each message sent and received.

www.BudLight.com/SBTix4Life Notes

  • Period 1 drawing date will take place on 1/16/18
  • Period 2 drawing date will take place on 1/23/18
  • The grand prize is somewhat misleading as the winner will not receive life time Super Bowl tickets but tickets for the next 30 years

Those who would like to check out a list of winners associated with the promotion can write to: Bud Light “Super Bowl Tickets For Life” Sweepstakes Winner’s List Request, 10 South 5th Street, 7th Floor, Dept. 688-70070, Minneapolis, MN 55402, for receipt by March 23, 2018.

References

  1. www.BudLight.com/SBTix4Life
  2. www.budlight.com/en/sbtix-rules.html

www.circlek.com/easyrewards – Join Circle K Rewards Program

Circle K Rewards Program

  • Circle K Fan Boys can join their lucrative rewards program via mobile app or sign up online
  • CircleK.com/EasyRewards is operated by Circle K Stores
  • Sign up will take less than 3 minutes to complete

In order to sign up for the lucrative Circle K rewards program the user will have to provide their email address, name (first and last), mobile or home phone number, gender, DOB, and home mailing address.  Some consumers may be turned off by the amount of information required in order to join the program (only true Circle K Fan Boys will follow through the enter sign up process but they will be rewarded handsomely).

The Circle K Easy Rewards program is ideal for consumers who spend a decent amount of money on fuel or goods at Circle K as it offers 10 points earned per gallon of gas and 20 points earned when making an eligible purchase inside a Circle K store.  Once the member has earned 2000 points they can exchange the points for a $2 off coupon.

www.CircleK.com/EasyRewards Promotional Notes

  • The rewards program is open to legal residents of the US
  • Employees of Circle K are allowed to join
  • The program does not provide free donuts contrary to popular belief

Please note Circle K reserves the right to modify or terminate the terms of this promotion at anytime for any reason.  Please direct any questions or comments to AllPoints in the form of an email to: allpoints@outsitenetworks.com or by mail at:

Outsite Networks Incorporated
2551 Eltham Ave, Suite N.
Norfolk, VA 23513
Attn: Legal Dept

References

  1. www.circlek.com/easyrewards
  2. circlek.allpointscommunity.com/#/legal

www.hgtv.com/livefortada – Enter HGTV Live for Ta Da Sweepstakes

HGTV Sherwin Williams Ta Da Sweepstakes

  • Win a $500 Lowe’s gift card
  • HGTV.com/LiveforTaDa is sponsored by Scripps Networks, LLC dba Home & Garden Television
  • Seven (7) $500 Lowe’s gift cards will be given away during the course of the promotion

In order to enter the sweepstakes the contestant will simply have to provide their email address.  The HGTV Live for TA Da promotion will run from  December 27, 2017 until 5:00 p.m. ET on February 16, 2018.  Contestants must be a legal resident of the US and 21 years of age or older in order to enter.  The Sherwin Williams Promotion Period consists of seven (7) separate and individual Entry Periods (each an “Entry Period” and collectively the “Entry Periods”) with the first starting on 12/27/17 and the last starting on 2/19/18.

Please note employees of Riteway Inc. and Scripps Networks, LLC dba Home & Garden Television are NOT allowed to enter the sweepstakes.  The specifics of all aforementioned elements of the prizes in the Promotion shall be solely determined by Sponsor.

www.HGTV.com/LiveforTaDa Promotional Notes

  • A must enter sweepstakes for Lowe’s fan boys
  • The $500 gift card prize drawing will managed by Ritway, Inc. who is based at 1463 E. Weisgarber Rd., Knoxville, TN 37909
  • The ARV associated with the TA DA Sweepstakes is cited as $3500
  • Contestants are allowed to enter the promotion once per day (pro tip: enter daily in order to increase the odds of winning!)
  • Any attempt by you to obtain more than one (1) entry per day by using multiple/different email addresses, identities, registrations or logins, or any other methods may void your entries and you may be disqualified from the Promotion
  • The $500 Lowe’s gift card cannot be traded in for cash or Bitcoins

Sounds good but where will the winners list be posted?

Beginning on or about March 1, 2018, contestants may obtain the names of the prize winners by going to the HGTV Ta Da promotional website.

References

  1. www.hgtv.com/livefortada

www.postmatescouriersettlement.com – Online Claim Submission

Postmates Courier Settlement Claimant Portal

  • File for a piece of the settlement pie $8,750,000.00 in the class action lawsuit entitled Singer v. Postmates, c/o GCG, PO Box 10451, Dublin, OH 43017-4051
  • PostmatesCourierSettlement.com is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
  • Claimant ID and Verification Number will be needed when filing a claim online

Singer v. Postmates, c/o GCG, PO Box 10451, Dublin, OH 43017-4051 is cited as case number 4:15-cv-01284-JSW.  Class members in the case are defined as “couriers who used the Postmates mobile application to complete at least one delivery to customers in the United States on dates up to and including June 2, 2017.

www.PostmatesCourierSettlement.com Notes

  • All claim forms must be filed by 2/16/18
  • Postmates have hired Shannon Liss-Riordan, Matthew D. Carlson, and Adelaide Pagano of Lichten & Liss-Riordan PC
  • All class members who file valid claim will automatically be assigned an attorney by the court
  • The Final Approval Hearing will take place at 9:00 am PT on 4/20/18 (class members do not need to attend this hearing in order to receive a slice of the settlement pie).

Postmates denies any actions of wrong doing but have agreed to whooping 8.75 million dollar settlement in order to avoid the unknown expense associated with a trial.

The exact settlement amount any one class member will receive is not known but experts close to the settlement predict compensation as follows:

  • Class Members in California will receive approximately $.14 per mile
  • Class Members in Massachusetts will receive approximately $.20 per mile
  • Class Members in New York and Washington, D.C. will receive approximately $.10 per mile
  • Class Members elsewhere in the country will receive approximately $.07 per mile

Class members looking to contact the settlement administrator by mail can write to: Singer v. Postmates, c/o GCG, PO Box 10451, Dublin, OH 43017-4051.  Class members who know how to use a phone can dial toll free 1-855-629-0735 (class members can also fire an email to: info@PostmatesCourierSettlement.com.

References

  1. www.postmatescouriersettlement.com

www.bkcbogosettlement.com – Claim $5 Cash or $2 Off Coupon Burger King BOGO

Burger King BOGO Class Action Lawsuit

  • Learn more about the class action lawsuit against Burger King (home to the Whooper) entitled Anderson v. Burger King Corp.
  • BKCBOGOSettlement.com is administered by KCC Claims Administrator
  • Class members who file valid claims could receive $5 cash or a $2 off Burger King coupon

The Burger King BOGO class action lawsuit revolves around claims that Burger King Corp. charged more for two Croisssan’wich sandwiches bought using a Buy One Get One coupon than the customer would have paid for a single sandwich.  Class members state Burger King violated consumer protection laws in the states of Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.  Burger King denies any actions of wrong doing but have agreed to settle in order to avoid a long drawn out trial.

www.BKCBOGOSettlement.com Notes

  • All claim forms are due by 1/19/18
  • Class members who are not happy with the terms of the settlement can be directed to 4/3/2018
  • Class members do not need to hire a lawyer as they have already been assigned attorneys by the court

Any questions in regards to the lawsuit can be directed to Burger King Corporation Injunctive Relief Settlement, c/o KCC Claims Administrator, P.O. Box 404000, Louisville, KY 40233-4000 or dial toll free 1-877-468-0436.

All class members who file timely claims will be represented by Stuart A. Davidson, Christopher C. Gold, Roxana Pierce, Steven D. Silverman, and William N. Sinclair.

Burger King has hired Jeffrey Jacobson, Lauri Mazzuchetti, Joseph Wilson, and Mindy Pava from the law firm of KELLEY DRYE & WARREN LLP.

References

  1. www.bkcbogosettlement.com
  2. Burger King BOGO Claim Form

www.NCTaxSettlement.com – File Claim NC Dell Sales Tax Lawsuit

North Carolina Tax Settlement

  • Obtain more details in regards to the class action lawsuit entitled Zack B. Starritt, et al. v. Dell Inc., et al.
  • NCTaxSettlement.com is adminstered by Epiq Systems Inc.
  • Class members must file claims by 4/2/18

Class members in the case claim that Dell Inc. violated North Carolina common law and the state’s Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act.  Dell Inc. denies any actions of wrong doing but have agreed to settle in order to avoid the unknown cost associated with a possible lengthy trial.

Roger that but who is a class member in the North Carolina Settlement case?

According to the official court documents class members are defined as:

(a) who purchased from one or more of Respondents at least one Optional Maintenance Agreement, as defined in paragraph 1 above [in the Detailed Notice],

(b) whose ‘ship-to’ address for such purchase was a location in the State of North Carolina,

(c) who, from April 15, 1999 through December 31, 2008, paid any amount of money denominated as a ‘tax’ calculated in whole or in part on the charge for the purchase of such Optional Maintenance Agreement,

(d) who have not received a refund of such ‘tax’ money in connection with a return of the Dell-branded hardware and who were not eligible to receive a refund of such ‘tax’ money pursuant to North Carolina General Statutes 105-161.14, and

(e) whose purchase was governed by a contract containing a clause calling for arbitration administered by the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution.”

It is estimated that the settlement includes around 50,000 consumers and businesses in the state of North Carolina.

www.NCTaxSettlement.com Notes

  • Class members must provide the Dell Customer Claim Number and Password provided on the Short Form Notice in order to file a claim
  • The Dell Customer Claim Number and Password provided on the Short Form Notice can be found on the notice sent via US Mail
  • The case is pending review by CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution

Any questions in regards to the lawsuit can be directed to info@NCTaxSettlement.com or by mail at: Dell North Carolina Tax Settlement, Settlement Administrator – Epiq Systems Inc., P.O. Box 4079, Portland, OR 97208-4079.

References

  1. www.NCTaxSettlement.com

www.reidtcpasettlement.com – Enter 8-digit Unique ID IC System Debt Collection Class Lawsuit

Reid Debt Collection Lawsuit

  • A class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona entitled Reid v. IC System Inc., claims that IC System violated the TCPA
  • ReidTCPASettlement.com is administered by Dahl Administration
  • The lawsuit is cited as case number 2:12-cv-02661-ROS

Class members in the case claim that IC System violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act when they made phone calls to customers who did not provide their permission.  The lead plaintiff Michael Reid continued to receive these bothersome phone calls even after Reid asked them to stop calling, he claims.  The Reid Debt Collection Lawsuit was originally filed by plaintiff Michael Reid in December 2012.

www.ReidTCAPSettlement.com Notes

  • Class members in the case are defined as anyone who received a phone call from IC System Inc. using an automated dialer between Dec. 14, 2008 and Nov. 9, 2017
  • The exact amount of money any one class member will receive is not known at this time
  • Payments will be distributed on a pro rata basis after other settlement expenses have been covered
  • In order to file a claim the class member will need the Reid TCPA 8 digit unique ID number
  • The 8 digit unique ID can be found on the mailing notice postcard

Any questions in regards to the Reid TCPA Class Action Lawsuit can be directed to toll free 1-888-384-1523 or fie an email to info@ReidTCPASettlement.com.  Class members looking to reach Dahl Administration by mail can write to: Reid v IC System Class Action Settlement, c/o Dahl Administration, PO Box 3614, Minneapolis, MN 55403-0614 (this address can also be used to file claim).

References

  1. www.reidtcpasettlement.com

www.FRHICallRecordingSettlement.com – Claim $100 FRHI Hotel and Resorts Lawsuit

FRHI Hotel and Resorts Class Action Lawsuit

  • Obtain more details in regards to the class action lawsuit entitled Spitzer, et al. v. FRHI Hotels & Resorts (Canada) Inc.
  • FRHICallRecordingSettlement.com is administered by the Heffler Claims Group
  • All claim forms must be filed by 3/15/2018

The FRHI Hotel and Resorts Class Action Lawsuit revolves around claims that FRHI violated California laws that prohibit the unconsented recording of phone calls.  FRHI Hotels & Resorts (Canada) Inc. denies any actions of wrong doing but have agreed to a 3.5 million dollar settlement in order to avoid a lengthy trial.

Plaintiffs Mike Spitzer and Michelle Macomber originally filed the FRHI Hotel and Resorts Class Action Lawsuit when they found on that calls they made to the company in 2016 were recorded.  The plaintiffs say they did not consent to being recorded and could not have consented, since they were never informed about the recording.

www.FRHICallRecordingSettlement.com Notes

  • Class members who do not agree with the 3.5 million dollar settlement (i.e. think the settlement should be higher) can attend the settlement fairness hearing on 5/16/18
  • The case is pending in the San Bernardino County Superior Court, California and is cited as case number CIVDS1712220
  • Class members who file valid claims will be represented by Eric A. Grover and Rachael G. Jung from the law firm of KELLER GROVER LLP
  • FRHI Hotels & Resorts (Canada) Inc. has hired Margaret Rosenthal and C. Dennis Loomis from the law firm of BAKER & HOSTETLER LLP
  • Based on similar cases experts predict class members will receive $100

Any questions in regards to the Spitzer, et al. v. FRHI Hotels & Resorts (Canada) Inc. class action lawsuit can be directed to toll free 1-855-887-3478 or fire an email to info@FRHICallRecordingSettlement.com.  Those looking to file a claim by mail should send the claim form to: Spitzer, et al. v FRHI Hotels & Resorts Inc., c/o Heffler Claims Group, PO Box 58910, Philadelphia, PA 19102-8910.

References

  1. www.FRHICallRecordingSettlement.com

www.deltaamexcard.com – Apply SkyMiles Amex Credit Card Offer

Delta American Express Credit Card

  • Apply for the lucrative SkyMiles American Express card online and be the envy of the town once approved
  • DeltaAMEXCard.com is managed by Delta Airlines Inc. and American Express
  • The application should take about 3 minutes and applicants should receive an instant decision

In order to apply for the Delta American Express Credit Card online the applicant will need their SkyMiles number and last name associated with the SkyMiles account.  Please login with the SkyMiles account number located on the email or promotional AMEX letter which was associated with the specific offer.

Those who are not a SkyMiles member will have to register in order to apply for this lucrative credit card.  In order to apply the user must provide their name, gender, DOB, address, and email address.  At the time of sign up the user can also register to receive important program updates, exclusive offers, customer experience surveys, travel tips and more ways to earn and enjoy miles in regards to a future trip.

www.DeltaAmexCard.com Notes

  • Ideal for consumers who frequently fly on Delta and like to vacation
  • In ordet to apply the applicant must be 18 years of age or older and a legal resident of the US
  • This credit card requires a good credit score and higher than normal annual income
  • The card comes with a $95 annual fee (first year annual fee is waived)
  • Taxes and fees for Award Travel are the responsibility of the passenger and must be paid at the time the ticket is booked

Benefits of the card include a $50 Statement Credit after the card holder makes a purchase with Delta Airlines (i.e. buy a air ticket) within the first three months, first bag is checked free, and a whooping 30,000 bonus miles after the card holder makes $1,000 in purchases within the first 3 months.

References

  1. www.deltaamexcard.com