MyPillow’s BOGO Codes

December 2017: The company asked the Court to temporarily stay the case pending final approval of a related nationwide settlement in a California case, Amiri v. My Pillow.

October 2017:
This case was remanded back to state court.

April 2017: This case was transferred to federal court.

March 2017: A false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against MyPillow for allegedly using “bait and switch” tactics in the marketing for pillows by providing consumers with a Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) promotion code that does not work. According to the complaint, the named plaintiff called to talk to a representative after having problems using the promo code online and got approximately 33% off of the retail price of two pillows instead. (Stamm et al v. My Pillow Inc. a/k/a My Pillow Direct LLC, Case No. 651472/2017, Supreme Court of the State of New York – County of New York)

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