Premium

Premium may refer to:

  • Premium (marketing), a promotional item that can be received for a small fee when redeeming proofs of purchase that come with or on retail products.
  • Risk premium, the monetary difference between the guaranteed return and the possible return on an investment
  • "Premium segment" for "premium customers" in marketing
  • Premium television, a class of subscription-based television service
  • Premium station, a class of railway stations on Metlink
  • Premium Outlets, a brand of shopping malls
  • Premium-Cola, a brand of cola from Germany
  • Premium Internet from Virgin Media
  • Premium-rate telephone number
  • a Nabisco brand of saltine crackers
  • Insurance premium
    • Deposit premium
  • Premium Bond, a type of bond available in the United Kingdom
  • a grade of gasoline with the highest octane rating
  • a Buyer's Premium to be paid in addition to the cost of an item
  • Premium (film), a 2006 film starring Dorian Missick and Zoe Saldana

Other articles related to "premium, premiums":

Sakurako Kaoru Filmography - AVs - 2005 and Later
... Momo Imai, and Ruka The Big and Extreme Breasts PREMIUM 4 巨乳極乳PREMIUM 4 Kyonyū gyokunyū premium 4 2005-11-25 TMA 13ID-054 With Yuki Maioka, Arisu Hoshi, Rei Himekawa, and Hiyori Koharu Big Tits vs ...
Cabovisão - Television - Television Channels
... Cartoon Network / TCM Channel NewsAsia CNN International Discovery Channel Disney Cinemagic - Premium Disney Cinemagic HD - Premium Disney Channel ESPN Classic Eurosport ...
Spotify - Accounts and Subscriptions
... The service launched with Spotify Free and Spotify Premium ... Name Price Free of Ads Listening time (First 6 months) Listening time (After 6 months) Premium features Spotify Free Free No Unlimited 10 hours/month (Unlimited in the US Asia) No Spotify Unlimited US$4.99, £4 ... Singapore, Hong Kong or Malaysia Yes Unlimited Unlimited No Spotify Premium US$9.99, £9.99, €9.99 per month ...
Buyer's Premium
... In auctions, the buyer's premium is a percentage additional charge on the hammer price (winning bid at auction) of the lot that must be paid by the winner ... The buyer's premium goes directly to the auction house and not to the seller ... houses have made this charge for some time, particularly in the fine arts sector, with premiums in the region of 10%-25% ...

Famous quotes containing the word premium:

    There is little premium in poetry in a world that thinks of Pound and Whitman as a weight and a sampler, not an Ezra, a Walt, a thing of beauty, a joy forever.
    Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)

    In taking out an insurance policy one pays for it in dollars and cents, always at liberty to discontinue payments. If, however, woman’s premium is a husband, she pays for it with her name, her privacy, her self-respect, her very life, “until death doth part.”
    Emma Goldman (1869–1940)