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Bought an e-book between 2010-2012? You might have some Amazon credits from Apple

Source: Amazon

Apple is funding over $400 million in credits to e-book customers after the Supreme Court denied the tech giant's request to appeal an antitrust class action lawsuit, which alleged that Apple and five major publishers participated in an e-book price-fixing scheme.

People that purchased e-books between April 1, 2010 and May 21, 2012 from major retailers including Amazon and Barnes & Noble will see credits in their accounts starting Tuesday.

Customers will get $6.93 in credit for every New York Times bestseller purchased and $1.57 in credit for other e-books.

Amazon emailed customers informing them that the credit is now available and can be viewed here. The credits will expire June 24 of next year.