Day 3 of Apple’s 12 Days of Gifts offers Lonely Planet’s ‘Best in Travel 2014’ iBook for free

It’s the third day of Apple’s “12 Days of Gifts” promotion, and today the company’s offering Lonely Planet’s “Best in Travel 2014” iBook for free.

Here’s a description of the book:

From the people who have been delivering trustworthy guidebooks to every destination in the world for 40 years, Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2014 is your passport to a year of unforgettable experiences. Discover the best places to go and things to do all around the world right now! Visit previously secluded destinations before they get crowded, join in this year’s global events where they are happening, and explore countries that are more accessible than ever; all with this motivating annual trend-setting travel reference. Dive into a year’s worth of travel inspiration and begin planning an exciting 2014 filled with travel and exploration now!

The Kindle version of the book is available for $8.48. To download the iBook, you can open the 12 Days of Gifts app, or directly head to this iTunes link.

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Apple kicked off the 12-day promotion with a free download of a Justin Timberlake performance, followed by a free download of Rovio’s Tiny Thief and an episode of the TV show Once Upon a Time.

You can download the 12 Days of Gifts app from this link, to keep a tab on the new gift Apple posts each day until January 6th.

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  • Andrew

    In Canada, we get “A Duck in New York City”.

    (Please note sarcasm)

    • BackupHero

      Yeah, it sucks.

    • jstimson

      I assume that’s because “A Duck in New York City” is available in French and English, whereas the Lonely Guide is English only.

    • Robert Ford

      That’s your fault for being from Canada. Always looking to blame somebody for your mistakes…pffttt, typical Canadian…

  • Jauhari

    I think 12 Days of Gift is REGION based.. so each region got different Gift…

  • Andrew

    It would be nice if the gifts were more age & gender specific.

    • Gautam

      Agreed, let’s hope we see that happening in 2014, but would significantly add to the overheads.

  • Sol Erwin Diaz

    Lonely Planet channel and web page are still best for travel information. Good luck and more power Lonely Planet.

  • Retina

    DAY 5…Home Alone