Thats pretty sad you took it to the BBB. First off, it was not a typo, it was not a human error. Those pages are generated automatically and there was some sort of error. Secondly, they have safeguards in place for this kind of thing, they clearly state in the policies on their website that theyre not responsible for price errors and they do not have to honor them. Not only that, every invoice I've ever received has had initials on it, meaning its checked by a human before it leaves the warehouse. Bottom line is you were trying to get something for next to nothing, dont except any action on your behalf from the BBB nor should you expect anything from Tiger or Amazon, they dont owe you squat.
Your receipt of an electronic or other form of order confirmation does not signify our acceptance of your order, nor does it constitute confirmation of our offer to sell. TigerDirect.com reserves the right at any time after receipt of your order to accept or decline your order for any reason.
Tiger Direct doesn't have to give you anything but a full refund. From a business perspective, they've handled this snafu ethically and morally.
Amazons Terms and Conditions dictate that items they list for other companies fall under the terms and conditions of those other companies.