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Introducing the Beckett Bonus

You may have seen them on a few sports card boxes lately, but you’ll likely see more of these QR codes¬†elsewhere in the hobby, too.

Starting with our next round of magazines arriving in October, we’ll include a little something extra — it could be a link to something you can’t watch in a magazine but you can find right here on Beckett.com/news.

Or, it might be a direct link to a hot player’s Online Price Guide in the Beckett.com database to go along with a story in the magazine.

Or it might be a little something that, well, you just can’t find anywhere else.

We’re calling it the Beckett Bonus.

We’ll only do one (ok, maybe two) in an issue but we hope that they will bring a few of our print-loving peeps who are out there over here, too.

Maybe, if we’re feeling frisky, a code will include a little something else that’s special — and we’ll start them in October, which is slated to be Customer Appreciation Month on Beckett.com with prizes awarded daily.

Try this one if you have your code-reader handy … it’ s just a teaser of sorts for who’ll be appearing on the cover of the November issue of Beckett Baseball.

5 Comments

Brad

QR codes are a flop and never caught on. You guys are jumping on a dead horse…

Posted September 7, 2012 at 9:53 am | Permalink
Susan Lulgjuraj

I hear what you’re saying Brad, but I think it’s in capacity, it might be able to work.

I’m big fan of at least trying things and seeing how it pans out. If it doesn’t work, well at least we tried. If it works well with our readers, that’s great!

Posted September 7, 2012 at 12:25 pm | Permalink
Roger SImpson

So beckett is saying if you dont have a phone qith the sqigglebox capacity well SOOL to you!

Posted September 8, 2012 at 5:19 pm | Permalink
chrisolds

Roger: Not really. And if you have a smartphone most QR apps are free, anyway.

Posted September 8, 2012 at 5:29 pm | Permalink
Robert

i wouldn’t say QR codes are dead. You can find them on bus-stops, business cards, and now Beckett who is ripping off Sports Illustrated who has used QR codes for years to link to online content as well as have advertisers in SI who use them to point you to their website for more information, etc.

there are lots of free QR code reader apps for your smartphone or internet appliance like an ipod touch 4G.

Posted September 10, 2012 at 8:48 pm | Permalink

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