The district court erred in holding that this class settlement was not a coupon settlement within CAFA’s meaning (see 28 USC 1712. The settlement gave class members $36 or higher vouchers for defendant’s services or products. The relatively low amount of the smallest vouchers and limited (251) number of products or services they could purchase, showed these were coupons even though they were freely transferable and didn’t expire quickly. The district court also erred in failing to give this pre-certification settlement careful scrutiny particularly because there were warning flags that class counsel had sold out the class for higher fees. In addition to the coupons (which allowed a claim of higher class benefits than would likely be achieved practically), the settlement agreement contained a clear sailing and reverter clause with respect to attorney fees.