Art.Com False Discounts Leads to a Settlement!

samantha severyn

Art.com was hit with a class action lawsuit claiming they had falsely advertised the pricing on their merchandise, violating several California consumer protection laws.

According to the complaint, certain merchandise would be advertised as “on sale” when the price had never changed. The plaintiff argued that Art.com was purposefully deceiving the public in order to maximize sales.

A settlement was reached and now Art.com customers can get a voucher towards the purchase of more Art.com products!


Class Members eligible to receive a voucher include all persons who between Feb. 12, 2012, and June 9, 2016:

  • purchased a product from Art.com through the websites Art.com, Posters.com, or AllPosters.com;
  • bought that product pursuant to an advertised sale, and used a coupon code to make the purchase; and
  • had the product shipped to a U.S. address.


No proof of purchase is necessary. Get up to $10 in vouchers!


These vouchers will not be distributed until after the court grants final approval of the settlement and any appeals are resolved. Check back with Pirl for updates!


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