DALLAS -- Millions of southwest airlines passengers could be getting a free drink.
The airline has reached a tentative settlement over a voucher for a free alcoholic beverage. The $5 vouchers were given to business select passengers and had no expiration date. However, the airline changed its policy on August 1, 2010 and canceled unused vouchers.
A class action lawsuit was filed in 2011. Under the settlement, Southwest Airlines will redeem up to 5.8 million vouchers worth about $29 million. The airline must also pay legal fees up to $7 million.
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You must file before September 2, 2013.