Definitions for "Premium"
A reward or recompense; a prize to be won by being before another, or others, in a competition; reward or prize to be adjudged; a bounty; as, a premium for good behavior or scholarship, for discoveries, etc.
A sum of money paid to underwriters for insurance, or for undertaking to indemnify for losses of any kind.
A sum in advance of, or in addition to, the nominal or par value of anything; as, gold was at a premium; he sold his stock at a premium.
A subscription service that is an additional charge on a cable or DBS bill. Not included in standard subscription packages. Back to previous
Incentives for people to become new subscribers, or for existing subscribers to renew
An item offered to a customer, usually free or at a nominal price, as an incentive to purchase or sample a product or service, provide information or respond to an offer.
Keywords:  gift, entice, induce, goodie, prospect
A free gift offered to induce a greater response to the primary product or service that's being sold. The Premium need not have any relevance to the primary product being offered.
a special gift offered to potential customers as motivation to buy a product; items given out free promoting a company's name, phone number, website or similar important information.
A free gift offered to a prospect to entice a greater response to the main product or service that is being sold. A premium need not bear any relationship to the product being offered.
Something offered or given for the loan of money; bonus; -- sometimes synonymous with interest, but generally signifying a sum in addition to the capital.
similar to bonus. A product or service added to the key product offer to enhance value.
A bonus prize a new subscriber or customer receives upon their first order. List Owners also make these available to us to distribute at trade shows, etc.
The amount of money spent today to purchase an annuity. Also known as the cost.
The cost of the total annuity portion of the settlement.
The difference between the historical cost of a financial instrument and its notional value.
Merchandise that is given away either for free or with a small charge with a purchase.
A book or other piece of merchandise given away as part of a promotion.
Merchandise offered free, generally to induce an individual to buy a product.
The cost of your benefit plans. The health plans have one premium rate for you only and another, separate premium rate or rates for you with dependents. Premiums may change periodically. Your share of the premium is called your contribution.
The payment for a benefit plan.
A defined benefit ('final salary') scheme. Staff in post up to 30 September 2002 had the choice of transferring from the old PCSPS (now classic) to premium.
Keywords:  preem, sprint, prize, opinion, race
(Sprint of half-full the of-race of preem of the opinion) for the prize, the points, or the premiums of the time.
A luxury fabric exclusively made for us in Italy. The cloth has an extra finish so that it is silkier and softer.
An item offered to a donor, usually at no charge, to encourage them to make a donation. Premiums that are included in the mail package are called front-end premiums. Premiums that the donor must request are called back-end premiums.
An item offered to a buyer, usually at no charge, to encourage them to place an order. Premiums that are included in the mail package are called front-end premiums. Premiums that the buyer must request are called back-end premiums.
Securities lending fee associated with loans for which noncash collateral is involved.
Any paper that is considered better than #1 by its manufacturer.
Paper considered better than #1 by its manufacturers.
Keywords:  prepayment, prime, penalty, rate
Prepayment penalty Prime rate
Keywords:  bettors, casino, big, players, credit
Players A casino term meaning big bettors or players with big credit lines.
Keywords:  sms, amenity, mobile, charge, delivered
SMS Premium SMS is a method of charging mobile-consumers for content delivered via "SMS"#sms
An additional charge for real estate property with an amenity such as a water view or a view of wooded land.
Keywords:  shirts, refund, item, received
Item received from a refund, like t-shirts
A notice sent out by the Club holding an event. This notice usually includes the time/date/place of stakes being held, entry cost, Judges names, directions and other information concerning the event.
Base currency interest rates higher than the variable currency interest rates.
The cost or benefit associated with carrying an open position from one day to the next calculated by using the differential in short-term interest rates between the two currencies in the currency pair.
Keywords:  comment, add, trade, issue, shares
Shares of a new issue trade at a premium if their ... Add a comment
Keywords:  labor, year, parts
5 year parts and labor
Keywords:  carry, see
See Carry.
Keywords:  buyer, see
See buyer's premium.