Old Navy recently settled a class-action lawsuit about their pricing information, and if you’ve shopped there in the past few years, you might have some store credit coming to you.

Imagine — if you paired these credits with our Old Navy savings tips (and your Super Cash) on your next Old Navy run, you could log some record-breaking savings.

Here’s what you need to know:

 

If you bought something at Old Navy between late 2015 and late 2021, you’re most likely owed some store credit.

The settlement compensates all U.S. citizens who made one or more purchases at Old Navy, Old Navy Outlet, or oldnavy.com between Nov. 12, 2015, and Dec. 2, 2021.

If you bought something while in Missouri, for whatever reason, those purchases don’t count.

 

Most customers will receive a $5 Old Navy certificate.

If you spent less than $90 at Old Navy between late 2015 and late 2021 — or if you don’t have proof of your purchases — you can submit a claim to receive a $5 Old Navy certificate.

 

 

If you spent more than $90 (and can prove it), you can get $10 in Old Navy store credit.

I mean, even if you went to Old Navy once a year between late 2015 and 2021, you’d easily be able to hit that $90 threshold to receive $10 from Old Navy.

The problem is, whether you have the proof. The class action settlement’s website allows members to upload evidence of their purchases.

Many Old Navy rewards members get digital receipts sent to their email addresses. Check to see if your receipts are in your inbox, and whether they add up to $90. Then, screenshot your receipts and upload them to the form when you submit your claim.

 

The deadline to submit a claim is May 31, 2022.

Speak now or forever miss out on this free Old Navy store credit.

(But, hey, you’ll never miss out on Old Navy coupons when you stick with Krazy Coupon Lady.)

Old Navy Probably Owes You Some Money