The lucky recipient gets to choose from a selection of gifts ranging from cocktail kits to packages of wine and premium spirits.
Not, of course, if you have $487 to spend on the record-setting price tag attached to a premium orchestra seat.
Russians have bought nearly five percent of the premium London properties in 2013.
She points to the far-reaching role media plays in our society and the premium placed on celebrity.
Now, he acknowledges that theaters will charge a premium but it will average out to a bit more than $3 per ticket.
Personal security was at too great a premium to leave much room for interest and speculation.
At Montmartre carriages were requisitioned and taxi-cabs were at a premium.
Probably the extra five days was in the nature of a premium for the delay caused by the campaign, and the service in it.
Jack was sure his rabbit was the biggest there, and went eagerly to look for his premium.
Any subscriber sending us one NEW yearly subscriber will receive the bookshelf as a premium.
c.1600, "reward given for a specific act," from Latin praemium "reward, profit derived from booty," from prae- "before" (see pre-) + emere "to buy," originally "to take" (see exempt (adj.)). Insurance sense is 1660s, from Italian premio. Adjectival sense of "superior in quality" is first attested 1925, originally in reference to butter.