IKEA Coupons and Returns

In September 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against IKEA for allegedly misleadingly representing that customers who use a coupon to get $25 off of a purchase of $150 or more may return merchandise within 365 days for a full refund when, according to the complaint, customers who use the coupon to purchase multiple items and return one of them do not get a full refund because IKEA keeps the portion of the coupon that was applied to the price of the returned item. (Beer et al v. IKEA, Case No. 18-cv-3961, E. D. PA.)

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