Awesome news. Particularly now I’ve just cancelled my Premium subscription. *shrug*

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Finding just the right look for your site can be a fun task. If you’re on the Premium plan, it’s about to get a lot more fun: the Premium plan now includes unlimited access to all our premium themes.

With over 200 premium themes on WordPress.com — and new themes added regularly — that’s more than $16,000 worth of premium themes. We bring the best premium theme designs to WordPress.com, meaning you get new, unique themes to choose from more often. From niche- and industry-specific themes like Aperitive and Marquee to beautiful blogging themes like Radiate to themes with colorful, stylish touches like Gema or Jason, you have more chances than ever of finding your perfect style.

This new addition to the Premium plan gives more of you the opportunity to try our great premium themes and make your sites shine!

Visit the Plans page to learn more about what WordPress.com Premium has to offer…

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Posted by Mara Eastern

I'm a sardonic blogger, snapper, scribbler and rhymer; a virtual space invader who indulges in cheerful negativism, morbid self-deprecation and bleak humour.

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  1. Just too late to be right on time!

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    1. shrug * It’s annoying that WordPress heard my complaints about the little value of the Premium package only when I lost patience and cancelled it. The irony.

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  2. I don’t even know what premium themes offer. Mine’s a freebie 🙂

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    1. Not to worry about it, premium themes do nothing special, except they are paid…

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      1. The thought of learning a new theme is just too much ! AND to pay for it.

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  3. I just do the free stuff… Maybe when someone starts paying me for blogging, I’ll consider start paying for some premium stuff.

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    1. I might just as well buy you a beer for blogging. You have the good sense not to pay for unnecessary things; I’ve compromised now and downgraded to a cheaper plan, so I could keep my domain without the .wordpress extension. Maybe next year I’ll have the sense to downgrade to a free plan and stop wasting money I don’t have.

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