Definition of Premium fonts

I see the term “premium font” used a lot, but cannot find a definition of the term. What makes a premium font different from, I presume, non-premium fonts?

Answer

Premium is simply a marketing term but in the case of fonts its generally understood to mean a font you have to pay for. Its not that simple as not everyone uses this term so there are “fonts” you have to pay for as well. But generally a font foundry isn’t the one calling their fonts premium. Some blogger author is trying to get people to their website by telling you what the best premium fonts are, for example:

Its not quite what Scott said in that its not so much about the person selling the font. Its generally some author writing about the font that decided to use this terminology.

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