Unlimited Premium Themes Now Included in the Premium Plan
You just got more than 200 new theme options from some of the best theme creators in the business.
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, or browse all our premium themes to get excited about the possibilities. Ready to upgrade your site? Head to My Sites → Plan.
This is really great! I’ve been thinking about switching to Premium, but was unsure. Now it’s a DEFINITE! Thank you so much!
Thanks so much for this awesome addition. Decisions, decisions! 😀
Great I just purchase one this past weekend, so we can refund? WOW! Thank you!
Holy Cow! This puts the bang in the premium buck. Plus I got the theme I always wanted. Thank you!!!
It looks like you’re not quite telling us everything. Is this taking away some benefits? It looks like a whole new configuration of charging to me.
I have a premium plan though currently use a free theme. I am now beginning to look at some of the premium themes that are available. In the past I was able to try out a theme without saving it. Now it looks like there is only the Activate Now option, which then saves automatically. Is there anyway to test out a new theme (with my current content) like there used to be?
I notice that most of these ‘Themes’ appear to have a price tag, does that apply to Premium users or is that for the non Premium users?
I’ve been a premium user for some years now and like to change themes now and then, so I can’t see much sense in paying for something, which may well bore me, after a few months.
Wonderful news. I have two blogs both premium plans. Thank you for the information 🙂
Ahhhh, feel like some serious time wasting may be coming up on my part 🙂
How can I pick just one!? 😉
That sounds fantastic! Thanks!
Certainly the Premium plan gives more value to most bloggers, instead of going with one theme. WordPress themes are wonderful and more user-friendly. This was great news to all.
So happy about this! Thanks!