Shop at Harbor Freight? Settlement could mean money for you

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Harbor Freight Settlement Could Mean Money for Shoppers

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If you shopped at Harbor Freight Tools in the past six years, you could be eligible for some serious rebates. In fact, almost anyone who made a purchase from April 8, 2011, to Dec. 15, 2016, is eligible for a rebate.

Itemized receipts with a “YOU SAVED” amount on them are worth 20 percent of the “YOU SAVED” amount in cash or 30 percent of that amount in Harbor Freight Tools store credit.

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No receipt? Credit card statements with Harbor Freight Tools purchases are worth money, too. Just send a copy of the statement for a cash rebate worth 10 percent of the entire purchase or 12 percent of the entire purchase in store credit.

The company just settled a class-action lawsuit that charged the retailer with misstating the discounts it offered by misstating “regular” prices (the pre-discount prices). While Harbor Freight Tools disputes the claims in the suit, it has agreed to the settlement, and even without a credit card statement or a receipt, you may be eligible for a $10 Harbor Freight Tools gift card.

Don't leave this task to do "one day." Harbor Freight is only accepting rebate requests through Aug. 7. Full terms and conditions are here.

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