Get Ready to Claim Your Share of Vizzy Settlement Dollars

Get Ready to Claim Your Share of Vizzy Settlement Dollars

If you've ever sipped on a Vizzy vitamin-infused hard seltzer, you'll want to pay close attention. You may be eligible to get a piece of a $9.5 million settlement pie! Molson Coors, the parent company of Vizzy, has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit regarding the allegedly misleading marketing of their product. Today we'll guide you through the process of claiming your Vizzy settlement dollars, how much you can expect to receive, and when you should expect a payout.

The class-action lawsuit accused Molson Coors of misleadingly marketing Vizzy products as containing "antioxidant Vitamin C from the acerola superfruit." While Molson Coors has not admitted to any wrongdoing, they have agreed to pay $9.5 million to settle the lawsuit and remove the label and phrase from all marketing and promotion.

You might qualify for the Vizzy settlement if you have bought any Vizzy drinks since 2020.

If you purchased a Vizzy vitamin-infused hard seltzer in the United States within the designated time frame, you may be eligible to participate in the class-action settlement. To claim your share, follow these steps:

  1. Gather proof of purchase: To submit a claim, you'll need to provide proof of purchase for the Vizzy products you bought. This can include receipts, credit card statements, or any other documentation that shows you purchased the product.
  2. Visit the settlement website: The official settlement website will provide you with all the necessary information about the lawsuit and how to submit a claim. Be sure to check the website regularly for updates and deadlines.
  3. Complete the claim form: You'll need to fill out a claim form to receive your share of the settlement. This will likely require your contact information, proof of purchase, and a description of the products you bought. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully and provide all the required information.
  4. Submit your claim: After completing the claim form, submit it through the settlement website or via mail, depending on the instructions provided. Make sure to keep a copy of your submission for your records.

You’re officially eligible for Vizzy settlement dollars if you purchased any of the Vizzy hard seltzer products between Jan. 1, 2020, and March 10, 2023.

Here are some of the Vizzy products that qualify for the settlement:

  1. Pineapple Mango
  2. Blueberry Pomegranate
  3. Strawberry Kiwi
  4. Black Cherry Lime
  5. Watermelon Strawberry
  6. Raspberry Tangerine
  7. Lemonade
  8. Peach Lemonade
  9. Watermelon
  10. Blackberry Lemon

You can get up to a $15 payout with no proof of purchase.

If you’re eligible for a payout in the Vizzy settlement, you’ll file a claim at the official website,, where you’ll give your name, contact info, and Vizzy purchase history. (To file a claim, you have to claim at least $6.)

According to the settlement site, claimants get $5 per unit for 24-pack Vizzy hard seltzer packs and $3 per unit for 12-pack Vizzy hard seltzer packs. You don’t have to have proof of purchase for any claims $15 or less. Beyond that, though, you have to provide receipts.

The deadline for filing a Vizzy settlement claim is June 6, 2023, and once that deadline has passed, the court will review the settlement and give it final approval.

When you file your claim, you can choose between the following payment methods:

  • Prepaid MasterCard
  • PayPal
  • Venmo
  • Direct deposit to your bank account

If you've purchased Vizzy vitamin-infused hard seltzers, you may be eligible for a portion of the $9.5 million settlement. Follow the steps outlined above to submit your claim, and keep an eye on the settlement website for updates on the payout schedule. While it may take some time to receive your share, the Vizzy dollars could be a nice surprise when they finally arrive.

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