Class Eligibility

All persons who purchased credits to play a song using TouchTunes’ mobile App, which was not played because it was skipped by a person using a TouchTunes-branded remote control in connection with a TouchTunes digital jukebox at any time between May 30, 2010 and October 28, 2013 are considered Class Members, and are therefore part of the Settlement.

Estimated Amount

One Credit

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Cline, et al. v. TouchTunes Music Corp.,
Case No. 1:14-cv-04744-LAK
District Court for the Southern District of New York

Case Summary

TouchTunes is a provider of digital jukebox services and also operates a mobile App which allows users to purchase credits to play songs on its digital jukeboxes. To use TouchTunes’ services, users agree to its Terms of Use. Plaintiffs claim that, before October 28, 2013, the Terms of Use did not adequately inform TouchTunes’ users that a song they purchased using credits from the mobile App might not play due to the ability of a person to skip a purchased song using a TouchTunes-branded remote control. TouchTunes denies that its Terms of Use were misleading, and no court or other entity has made any judgment or other determination of any wrongdoing or that the law has been violated.

Settlement Pool





TouchTunes Jukebox Settlement
c/o JND Legal Administration
P.O. Box 7118
Broomfield, CO 80021

6 responses to “TouchTunes Jukebox Skipped Song Class Action Settlement”

  1. JoAnna says:


    ADMIN – Hi JoAnna,

    A whole credit just for you.

  2. Brandon says:

    Is this for real? Your sueing for a juke box credit? First off, at the touchtunes jukeboxs here in northern California anyway. It costs you a minimum of 2 credits to play a song. That’s for songs on a list, that was formed by, ? who knows, not anybody that listens to good music anyway. So if you want to hear a song that isn’t on the list, its gonna cost you 2 more credits, for a total of 4 credits now. Then if you choose the “play it next” option. Which gives your song priority over selected songs before it, as long as they weren’t also selected with the “play it next” option, that’s another 2 credits. So now were up to 6 credits. 6 credits at all the jukeboxs in this town equals $1.50. That’s 1 song for $1.50, which ive done many times only to have the bartender skip my song. Many times this has happened. Honestly, if I were to somehow recoup all that cash, the total would probly be closer to $200. That’s not including, pain and suffering for having to sit through what ever lame song it was that the bartender skipped mine to hear, probly for the 5th time that hour. Sueing for one credit is a joke.

    ADMIN – Hi Brandon,

    You could always object.

  3. lex says:

    You all are acting like this site decides the settlement offers, which is hilarious.

    ADMIN – Hi Lex,

    This site decides everything in the Universe 😉

  4. James Briggs says:

    Are you sure that’s one whole credit and not one half credit ? I don’t even play juke box any more .it is such a ripoff

  5. Ronald Carlson says:

    Proof of purchase for 1 credit? Are they out of their damn minds?

  6. Pablo diablo says:

    It my money and I want it now!!!!

    ADMIN – Hi Pablo,

    I think this settlement is not a money settlement.

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