Originally Posted by JSWolf
So all I'd need then is to bring in my wife's iPod Touch and I can then get the free eBooks. Seems a bit silly.
Gets you in the store...where presumably some percentage of visitors would buy something physical.
Or, maybe they're going to collect data on the number of devices that show up?
I thought someone posted this week's book as a freebie for Kindle (or was it Kobo)? So if these are publisher-offered freebies, it seems even more likely that B&N is hoping you'll buy a dead-tree book if they dangle this carrot...