Not at the prices they appear to be charging. Though the current Amazon price seems to be on a par with their price, ditto for Fantasygrounds which would be my preferred electronic purchase.Any of you going to go for their "Physical & Digital Bundle"?
Now, I'll admit: I'm a game retailer, so I might be a little biased against their attempt to cut me out of the mix. But I'm also a huge fan of the game, and a realist, so I don't get too hurt by these things.
That said, take a look at these facts:
AFAIK, the print book is $49.95 USD. (And will be "cheaper on Amazon", naturally).
They are asking "$59.94" USD for their "bundle" plus $12.99 USD in shipping (free in the US if you spend $100, so if you need two for whatever reason).
No, I don't know why it's .94 instead of .95. Weird.
I'm Canadian, so of COURSE, I note that they're charging $42.99 USD in shipping to Canada. So a Canadian is being asked $102.93 USD for the bundle, or $133.81 CAD, which is about TWICE what a physical book would cost you (without any discounts).
BUT... you get the D&D Beyond version of it, and you get it TWO WEEKS EARLY (assuming the shipping doesn't get lost or something).
Is that tempting? Maybe. Tempting enough? I doubt it. It's nearly a US-exclusive offer.
I have had a quick look at D&DBeyond since my nephew wants to run a game using D&DBeyond and Roll20. D&beyond is a much more comfortable reading experience than FantasyGrounds and its character builder is pretty good but not as flexible as FGU's one. Since I have not really used it in anger yet I cannot speak to its level of automation.
So my current position is that the discount for the bundle is not big enough to justify (especially with the shipping costs), given that if I am running a game is does not work on my preferred VTT.
As for FLGS, the nearest one to me is a 2 hour drive. I usually do not go there.