Six Flags Great America in Gurnee will be paying out a $36 million dollar settlement over the next 5 years and if you visited the park between 2013-2018, you might be getting a small slice of that money.
It seems that Great America was scanning fingerprints of guests between the dates of Oct. 1 2013 to Dec. 31, 2018. That apparently was a big no-no due to the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act.
Six Flags is saying they're innocent, but are settling out of court.
Six Flags denies these accusations and asserts that members and season pass holders were, in fact, provided with written notice. However, the parties have agreed to a settlement to resolve the claims.
If you went to Great America between October of 2013 and the end of 2018, you might be eligible to receive up to $200. You can file a claim here.
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