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The WordPress.com collection of beautiful and amazing themes continues to grow with the addition of Premium Themes, featuring intricate designs, exciting options for customization, and dedicated support.

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Find a Premium Theme

Within your WordPress.com account, you can go to AppearanceThemes to browse the free and Premium themes available to you.

To view only the Premium themes, select the Premium filter:

On the Theme Showcase, you’ll find detailed information about the unique features each theme offers along with a link to a specific demo site that lets you cruise through it and get a feel for it.

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Get a Premium Theme

On a site with the WordPress.com Premium, Business, or eCommerce plan or the legacy Pro plan, you can switch to any premium theme at no extra cost, as many times as you’d like.

On a Free or Personal plan or a legacy Starter plan, you can purchase an individual theme separately. When you purchase a Premium theme, it is available for the lifetime of that site.

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Sometimes, we may decide to retire a Premium theme because it’s outdated from a visual or functionality standpoint.

If that happens, you can continue to use the theme for as long as you like, but if you switch to another theme, you can’t change back. We’re always happy to help you find a newer and better theme for your site.

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Premium Themes that are set up for WordPress.com use only cannot be transferred to self-hosted WordPress.org sites.

If a Premium theme doesn’t work out, we offer a full refund up to 14 days from your purchase. To cancel your purchase and obtain a refund, please use the Cancel button on the Purchases page. You can always switch to any other Premium theme or one of our other fantastic free themes. And don’t worry, we’re adding more and more themes all the time.

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Edit a Premium Theme

You’ve activated a Premium theme… now what? Next, you’ll want to start setting it up!

Each theme has its own information and setup guide. To view this, go to Appearance → Themes. At the top of this screen, you’ll see the name of your active theme, plus links to the Info page and the customization area:

The currently active theme is shown at the top, with a link to the Info page which contains a guide to setting it up.

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Premium Theme Support

If you have a paid WordPress.com plan, you can contact us for help with your theme here.

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