In May it was announced that DC Comics would be abandoning their practice of including a digital code for a digital copy of the same comic inside their 20-page $3.99 titles. This coincided with the raising of prices for their $2.99 comics up a dollar to match the rest of the line.
The word out of the rumour mill now is that DC is making moves to bump their $3.99 titles from 20 pages to 22 pages. So in exchange for another dollar and the loss of a digital copy, you're gaining 2 pages of story. DC's titles have varied between 20 pages (Justice League and Aquaman) and 22 pages (Man of Steel and Batman: Wedding Preludes) so maybe this is a way to bring some much needed corporate synergy to the line.