I was wondering why this hasn't been made available as a PDF.
Being particular about the items I buy I'm not willing to "give" my players a campaign card from my collection. Some players have a hard enough time locating their character sheet for each game. There's also the player who stops playing without warning and the player who "ages" their character sheet with food droppings and spilled drinks. Why would I let them hold onto a card from my Campaign Cards that could get lost or mutilated? I would, however, be willing to print a copy of the card to give to them and not worry about them losing or mutilating the cards.
I'm sure I'm not the only GM like this who would love to have access to the PDF versions of Campaign Cards meant to be shared with the players.
Paizo never makes their cards available as pdfs. I assume it's a marketing strategy to help avoid illegal downloads.
But all their books are available in PDf format as well as their pawns. Not having the cards available in PDF format, cards that are supposed to be shared with the players (to mutilate and loose), doesn't make sense.
Let's ask at the Cons. :-)