MyPillow’s Buy One Get One Free Offer

May 2018: This case was voluntarily dismissed with prejudice.

August 2017: This action was stayed pending a settlement in a related lawsuit in California state court case, Amiri v. MyPillow.

January 2017: Plaintiffs filed an amended complaint adding a second false advertising allegation, namely that MyPillow’s 50% off promotions are deceptive because the regular price of the pillow is inflated to approximately twice the regular price and therefore the 50% discount is illusory.

October 2016: A class-action lawsuit was filed against MyPillow for allegedly deceptively advertising that consumers who purchase one pillow will get a “free” pillow when, in reality, consumers are not getting a “free” pillow because the regular price of one pillow is inflated resulting in consumers getting two pillows at or near the regular price of two pillows. (Brunelle et al v. MyPillow, Inc., Case No. 16-cv-2007, D. Ore.)

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