Class Eligibility

“Settlement Class I”: All purchasers of Packaged Ice who purchased Packaged Ice in the United States indirectly* from The Home City Ice Company, Reddy Ice Holdings, Inc., Reddy Ice Corporation, Arctic Glacier Income Fund, Arctic Glacier, Inc. and/or Arctic Glacier International, Inc. (collectively, “Defendants”) and/or Defendants’ subsidiaries or affiliates (including all predecessors thereof) at any time during the period from January 1, 2001 to March 6, 2008. Excluded from the Settlement Class are governmental entities and Defendants, including their parents, subsidiaries, predecessors or successors, Defendants’ co-conspirators, and the Releasees as defined in the Settlement Agreement.

“Settlement Class II”: All purchasers of Packaged Ice who purchased Packaged Ice indirectly* in Arizona, Arkansas, California, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and/or Wyoming from The Home City Ice Company, Reddy Ice Holdings, Inc., Reddy Ice Corporation, Arctic Glacier Income Fund, Arctic Glacier, Inc. and/or Arctic Glacier International, Inc. (collectively, “Defendants”) and/or Defendants’ subsidiaries or affiliates (including all predecessors thereof) at any time from January 1, 2001 to March 6, 2008. Excluded from the Settlement Class are governmental entities and Defendants, including their parents, subsidiaries, predecessors or successors, Defendants’ co-conspirators, and the Releasees as defined in the Settlement Agreement.

Estimated Amount

$12

Proof of Purchase

No

Case Name

Home City Packaged Ice Antitrust Settlement
md-01952-PDB-RSW
United States District Court For The Eastern Region of Michigan

Case Summary

Plaintiffs claim that the Defendants violated the antitrust (and other) laws by conspiring to raise, fix, maintain, or stabilize the price of Packaged Ice and/or allocate markets and customers. Plaintiffs also claim that, as a result of the conspiracy, they and other indirect purchasers of Packaged Ice have had to pay more for Packaged Ice than they would have paid without this illegal conduct.

Defendants deny Plaintiffs’ claims. At this time, neither side has proven their claims or defenses in Court. The Court has not decided whether Plaintiffs’ claims are correct or whether Defendants have engaged in any wrongdoing. To avoid the cost and risk of further litigation and/or trial, the Plaintiffs and Home City have negotiated this settlement of the claims for the Settlement Classes against Home City only.

Settlement Pool

$2,700,000.00

Deadline

05/17/2017

Contact


Home City Packaged Ice Settlement
CLAIMS ADMINISTRATOR
c/o Rust Consulting, Inc. – 3693
P.O. Box 1884
Faribault, MN 55021-1884
Email: Info@homecityicesettlement.com
Hotline: 800-589-3985

26 responses to “Home City Ice Indirect Purchaser Packaged Ice Class Action Settlement”

  1. Deborah Dills says:

    I used baby powder. Am I illegible?

    ADMIN – Hi Deborah,

    Baby powder? This is an ice settlement.

  2. Lorna Waiolama Samatua says:

    I am a ongoing customer buying packaged ice

    • Useless comments says:

      Most of us here in the USA are also going to continue buying packaged ice in the future.

      Thanks for the random fact about yourself though. BTW…Just bc you comment here doesn’t help. If you read the instructions thoroughly, you will learn how to get a class action rebate. Comments are useless, actually I take that back…they entertain me! Hahahaha

  3. marian gatson says:

    I bought home city ice

  4. William Jones says:

    I have purchased the reddy brand on numerous occasions

  5. Richard Drinka says:

    As a bar owner during the period of time identified in this matter, all of my ice purchases for bar use and off sale use were made through Arctic Glacier. This amounts to thousands of dollars during this time period. Am I eligible for more than the $12? If so. how do I proceed?

    ADMIN – Hi Richard,

    No proof of purchase would be required to claim up to 12 bags/blocks of Packaged Ice. For any additional bags/blocks of Packaged Ice with proof of purchase provided, you would receive: $12 plus $2 for each additional bag/block greater than 12.

  6. brett says:

    I purchased 12 bags and would like to be eligible for $12.

    ADMIN – Hi Brett,

    How about you file a claim?

  7. Terri Benson says:

    I’ve purchased this brand for a number of years

  8. Patricia Brookinsjames says:

    I have purchased this brand for years

  9. Patricia Brookinsjames says:

    Am i eligible for rebate

    ADMIN – Hi Patricia,

    Please refer to class eligibility.

  10. Wanda Sue Bailey says:

    My family and myself use this company’s ice all the time. Bags every week for drinks. This has been going on for years.

  11. ginger minkin says:

    My family and myself use this company’s ice all the time. Bags every week for drinks. This has been going on for years.

  12. Daniel B Abkemeier says:

    i PURCHASED ICE

  13. sandra cripps says:

    i purchased ice but i dont recall the date does this matter?

    ADMIN – Hi Sandra,

    Include an approximate date.

  14. Kyle R says:

    Is there a confirmation email or other indication that your submission was processed?

    ADMIN – Hi Kyle,

    I don’t think this settlement is sending a confirmation but you can call the admin to make sure he received your online claim.

  15. den says:

    Who the heck keeps a receipt for ICE for 10-16 YEARS!
    As an avid camper, biker, flea market vendor, etc.. i spend over $500 a year on ICE AT LEAST for all my outdoor cooling needs for food and beer! I have been griping about the criminal high cost of ice for years. I am so glad to see this company got a suit filed against them! I HOPE THEY GO BANKRUPT!
    I will be filling out the forms to collect my little $12 since I have no receipts, and will be telling ALL of my friends to do so also!
    MO. and AR. get really hot in late spring, summer, and early fall, and for those of us almost full-time living outdoors, we really been ripped off BAD on price of ice ALLOT considering how much we need to buy and how fast it melts!

  16. Willard Lilly says:

    I have purchased ice many times but I don’t have receipts

  17. gary shaffer says:

    my power go’s out all the time and have to by ice so I don’t loose my food

  18. patricia hojnowski says:

    I THANK YOU FOR THE JUSTICE

  19. michael dunn says:

    I purchased ice lost my receit

  20. haha says:

    what about baby powder?

    ADMIN – Hi There,

    This is also a mystery to us.

  21. melvin pettyjohn says:

    I Purchased ice

  22. Donna C says:

    I live in Texas now…I Lived in upstate NY and NYC for several years and did buy Reddy Ice all the time from a local Hess…….We can still file a claim if we have moved out of state? I bought about 3 bags a week for …..gosh about 4 yrs….. And i am looking for a reply from Class Action…..not just anyone to give me their opinion…….facts only is what i want…..(no need for people to get offended because i want to hear from the horse itself not just anyone who has a keyboard and itching to type )

    ADMIN – Hi Donna,
    You would qualify under class I I think.

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