The premium is the amount an insurance plan costs per month. Premiums may vary as a function of market conditions, plan types, health status of enrollees, number of enrollees and degree of employee cost sharing. Typically, the employer and employee each contribute to the premium payment.
This is the amount that you pay to purchase international health insurance or trip protection plans. Travel health insurance and trip protection plans are typically paid in full up front, whereas annual international health insurance plans may be paid annually, semi-annually, quarterly or monthly (in some cases).
Premiums or advertising specialties are promotional items, usually three dimensional, used by a company to promote a product, service, brand, idea, organization or other element. Such items are frequently used in promotional direct mail campaigns, as giveaways at tradeshows and sales meetings, for customers, and many other uses. Premium items carry the company name, symbol, brand, trademark or other identity, and must be used correctly.
Premium is a product-oriented promotion that offers some free or reduced-price item contingent on the purchase of advertised or featured merchandise or service. The term Premium is also used for the amount payable for an insurance policy.
Over the years, the editors have dispensed premiums when any leftover money was in the till at year's end. These have included the Game Lucky Pen, the Game Coffee Mug, the Game Porcelain Magnet and "The Artful Dirger" series of CDs.