🍺Red Robin Stella Artois Class Action Settlement - No Proof

🍺Red Robin Stella Artois Class Action Settlement - No Proof
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There is nothing like a cold one with a sizzling burger, and Red Robin is definitely a place to go and Stella is always a good match. This is why It was disappointing for one customer to discover that Stella's small glass was not the actual size advertised.

Red Robin a franchised chain of restaurants has settled without admitting any wrongdoing, but if you have purchased a Stella at Red Robin, you might qualify for a part of a $450,000 settlement with the class.

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If you purchased a “small” size Stella Artois beer at a Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews restaurant between June 25, 2017 and July 21, 2022, you may be entitled to a payment in a class action settlement. You may recover up to $3.00 for each beer you purchased.

The top of a foamy drink.
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You do NOT need any documentation or other evidence of any purchases in order to claim up to and including 5 beers and receive a total recovery of up to $15.00.

You must submit a claim by visiting the claims administration website below by December 23, 2022:

Claim Website: www.RedRobinBeerSettlement.com

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