The company agreed to a settlement after accused of increasing menu prices on delivery orders by as much as 30%
Time is running out to submit a claim in connection with a Chick-fil-A class action lawsuit.
The fast food chain may owe you a $29 gift card after agreeing to pay out $4.4 million in the settlement.
Chick-fil-A is accused of promising low delivery fees through its app or website during the COVID pandemic but actually increased the menu prices on delivery orders by as much as 30%.
The settlement only applies to five states, including New Jersey, California, Florida, Georgia, and New York.
Chick-fil-A also agreed to add a disclosure on its app and website stating that product prices may be higher for delivery orders.
Customers must have placed a delivery order between November 1, 2019, and April 30, 2021, to be eligible.
If you're eligible, you will receive an email. The deadline to submit a claim is February 15.