Premium

Posted : admin On 13.09.2021
Look up premium in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
Premium

Premium may refer to: Quicken 2017 manual for mac.

Marketing[edit]

  • Premium definition is - a reward or recompense for a particular act. How to use premium in a sentence. A reward or recompense for a particular act; a sum over and above a regular price paid chiefly as an inducement or incentive.
  • A Premium subscription adds more extensive options to MyFitnessPal's feature set, increasing customizability and flexibility. Your MyFitnessPal account will stay just as you've built it—friends, favorite foods, diary history—with many new and enhanced features added once you go Premium. Start free 1-month trial 1-month free.

What Is YouTube Premium? YouTube Premium is the site’s paid subscription service. It offers ad-free viewing of all videos, offline playback, and exclusive, paywalled content primarily made by famous YouTube personalities. Subscribers, it currently costs $11.99 a month, and this includes a YouTube Music Premium subscription.

  • 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
  • Premium segment, high-price brands or services in marketing, e.g.:
    • Premium business model, offering high end products and services
    • Premium email, a marketing term used by for-profit email services
    • Premium fare, a higher fare on a public transport service
    • Premium gasoline, a grade of gasoline, with the highest octane rating
    • Premium lager, marketing term for beer
    • Premium Processing Service, service offered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
    • Premium Residency, a Saudi residence permit
    • Premium station, a class of railway stations on Metlink in Melbourne
    • Premium television, a class of subscription-based television service
    • Premium texting, SMS used for delivering digital content
    • Premium-rate telephone number, telephone numbers for which prices higher than normal are charged

Brands[edit]

  • Premium-Cola, a brand of cola from Germany
  • Premium Brands Holdings Corporation, a Canadian specialty food manufacturing and distribution company
  • Premium Outlets, a brand of shopping malls
  • Premium Records, an American record label
  • Premium Saltines, a Nabisco brand of saltine crackers

Monetary[edit]

  • Risk premium, monetary difference between the guaranteed and possible returns on an investment
  • Insurance premium, money charged for coverage in an insurance policy
    • Deposit premium, a type of insurance premium
  • Premium tax credit, a refundable tax credit in the United States
  • Premium Bond, a type of bond available in the United Kingdom
  • Buyer's premium, a charge to be paid in addition to the cost of an item

Places[edit]

  • Premium, Kentucky, the post office for Hot Spot, Kentucky
  • Premium Mill-Pond, mill-pond in Westchester County, New York
  • Premium Plaza, Ndola, residential flats building in Zambia
  • Premium Plaza, office building in Bucharest, Romania
  • Premium River - Pine Brook Wetlands, river in Westchester County, New York

Other uses[edit]

  • Premium (film), a 2006 film starring Dorian Missick and Zoe Saldana

Premiumbeat

See also[edit]

Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Premium&oldid=922170541'

Medicare Part B Premium History

Skip Navigation

Medicare Premiums For 2019

In This Section

Premium Synonym

Premium

Premium Play

  • Life EventsToggle submenu
  • Changes in Health CoverageToggle submenu
  • HealthcareToggle submenu
    • Plan InformationToggle submenu
    • Transparency in HealthcareToggle submenu
    • Reference MaterialsToggle submenu
  • Dental & VisionToggle submenu
    • Plan InformationToggle submenu
  • Life InsuranceToggle submenu
  • Flexible Spending AccountsToggle submenu
  • Long Term CareToggle submenu
  • Multi-State Plan ProgramToggle submenu
  • Tribal EmployersToggle submenu
    • Plan InformationToggle submenu
  • Special InitiativesToggle submenu
  • Insurance FAQsToggle submenu