While the flash drive is a good price, the $60.00 rebate is not. You have to activate the Total Defense Premium Internet Security and hope the $60.00 rebate will come to you in 12-16 weeks and then you can cancel the crappy av software. Tiger Direct is known for screwing it's customer's out of rebates, they did the same deal with a WD portable hard drive a few months back.
Tiger Direct and Rebates are a bad combination.
• Rebate Amount: $60.00 ( Prepaid Card )
PROOF OF PURCHASE REQUIREMENTS:
• Signed Rebate Form • Original UPC Barcode Label • Copy of Receipt/Invoice • Activation Code or Copy of Welcome Email (Activation code can be
found on the back of your user guide) • Product must be activated prior to rebate redemption
Note: A credit card is required to activate the product. First 12 months included with purchase. Your credit card will be automatically charged $79.99 annually for the life of your subscription to allow for continuous protection. You are free to cancel your subscription at any time.
Listen, here's the thing. If you can't spot the sucker in the first half hour at the table, then you ARE the sucker.
My girlfriend and I have gotten in on these massive rebate deals before from TD and we have positive experiences. We are located in different parts of the country, sent our rebates in at different times, and both got our rebates back very quickly (we opted for the 10% rush delivery though).
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