The rebate form can be found here. This rebate only requires that customers send in their packing list & a copy of their receipt or invoice.
TigerDirect.com charges sales tax in Fla., Ga., Idaho, Il., North Carolina, South Dakota, and Texas. The $100 point has to be made without shipping or sales tax costs. However, it is taken before the rebate and reportedly will stack with two other rebates, as long as the pre-rebate price is above $100.
The rebate expires on Dec. 16, 2013. Only one rebate can be used per user, billing address, company or household.
Here is the fine print:
$20 off any $100 order (net of any coupons or other discounts) excluding gift cards on a single transaction receipt, for orders made at TigerDirect.com, TigerDirect.ca, or the mobile web sites of either brand. Online/Web only. Rebate redemption does not invalidate eligibility of other product specific rebates or promotions. Eligibility is limited to end-consumers only. Business customers or commercial resellers are ineligible to participate in this offer. Rebate must be postmarked within 60 days of purchase. Order must ship for rebate to be valid. Cancelled or returned orders are ineligible for rebate redemption, and any refund or credit resulting from an item returned after rebate issuance will be reduced by the amount of the rebate. Limit (1) only ONE rebate per person, billing address, or household. The rebate is in USD currency and may be paid with a prepaid reward card. It is recommended to keep copies of all materials submitted for your records.
To make this work, users could use filler items to hit the $100 price point (it would be a shame to miss out simply because your item is $99.99, right?). Examples are:
Creamer (yes, coffee creamer) at $2.68
Compressed Air at $5.99
Antistatic Premoistened Wipes for Electronics, Cloth at $7.99
Six-Outlet Power Strip, 6-Foot Cord, 1-15/16 x 10-3/16 x 1-3/16, Ivory at $8.66
Duracell DL2016BPK Medical Battery - 3 Volt, 90mAh, Lithium, Home Use, 1 Pack at $2.49