Some cash could be coming your way after Johnson and Johnson agreed to a $6.3 million settlement to people who bought Infants’ Tylenol.

The agreement came as a settlement to a class-action lawsuit that claimed Johnson and Johnson deceptively packaged the infant medicine that, in actuality, was the same as Children’s Tylenol.

The company denied any wrongdoing, WLS reports, but agreed to pay the amount to settle the lawsuit.
If you purchased Infants’ Tylenol between Oct. 2014 through Jan. 6, 2020 and have a proof of purchase, you are entitled to $2.15 for every 1 or 2 fl. oz. bottle. If you don’t have a proof of purchase, you can receive $15.05 for up to seven bottles.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. My daughter is 6 and 1/2 months old and I have bought this product several times because she had surgery a few months ago I do not have any receipts as I throw them away

  2. Yes I’ve purchased by bottles to the first time because this year but I did not have to but I do have some bottles

    Yes I’ve purchased by bottles to the first time because this year but I did not have to but I do have some bottles

    • No what happened is the infants version is the same exact as the children’s version, same strength medication-they packed it in “infants” and “childrens” and jacked the prices for the infants making it look and seem different to the average person.

  3. My daughter is now 2 but was born in 2017 and I used this product with her for her teething and when she was sick but of course did not save any of the receipts

  4. Dont have the papers but I have bought alot since 2008 but as I see this is only til 2014 to 2020
    And that is alot to happen with in those years and was alot of money spent

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