Shop at Harbor Freight? They just settled a lawsuit, and it may mean money for you Joe Raedle/Getty Images
A customer pays for his purchases at a Target department store July 27, 2001 in Miami-Dade County, FL. Consumers are being lured by back-to-school sales and a special statewide tax-free shopping period that ends August 5, at the same time that many taxpayers are receiving federal rebate checks. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

If you shopped at Harbor Freight Tools in the past six years, you could be eligible for some serious rebates. In fact, almost anyone who made a purchase between April 8, 2011, and Dec. 15, 2016, is eligible for a rebate.

Itemized receipts with a “YOU SAVED” amount on them are worth 20 percent of the “YOU SAVED” amount in cash or 30 percent of that amount in Harbor Freight Tools store credit.

No receipt? Credit card statements with Harbor Freight Tools purchases are worth money too. Just send them a copy of the statement for a cash rebate worth 10 percent of the entire purchase or 12 percent of the entire purchase in store credit.

The company just settled a class-action lawsuit that charged them with misstating the discounts they offered by misstating “regular” prices (the pre-discount prices). While Harbor Freight Tools disputes the claims in the suit, they’ve settled, and even without a credit card statement or a receipt, you may be eligible for a $10 Harbor Freight tools gift card.

Don’t leave this task to do ‘one day!’ They’re only accepting rebate requests through Aug. 7. Full terms and conditions are here.

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Patrick is a content editor for Rare.
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