Check Your Amazon Account For Apple Settlement Credits!


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If you have purchased eBooks from Amazon (I’m sure many of you have,) you should check and see if you have credits. Via Money.com, in “Millions of Americans Have Free Amazon Credits. Here’s How to Check Yours,” Apple paid $400 million in settlement for inflated eBook prices. You can check to see if your Amazon account has any credits available and make sure to use them before they expire, Saturday.

Check Your Amazon Account For Apple Settlement Credits!

Check account here, Amazon.

After Apple settled a class-action lawsuit, millions of Americans now have free credits to e-books retailers like Amazon and Barnes and Noble — but the credits only last until Saturday.

You can look up how much credit logging into your Amazon account on this page. The credit applies to e-books bought on the online retailer between April 1, 2010 and May 21, 2012. As Inc. points out, be sure to log into any e-mail address you used from 2010 to 2012 to be sure you’re getting the full amount.

At Barnes and Noble, credits that came as a result of the lawsuit are automatically activated when customers purchase something online at BN.com or on a Nook device.

As the result of a lawsuit, Apple paid $400 million in total to those who paid inflated prices for their e-books on competing platforms.

Check Your Amazon Account For Apple Settlement Credits!

If you are like me, you like to have a few good books to read while on vacation. Check your account before the weekend to see if you have some free credits to spend on some new books from this settlement!

HT: Money.com

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