How to get premium WordPress themes for free?

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jimlynch
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120 Free WordPress Themes from Premium Theme Developers
http://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/free-premium-wordpress-themes/

"But where do you find all those great themes? Many times they’re buried all over the web in the cracks and crevices of the developers’ websites themselves. Often, you don’t even know if a theme is free or not until you click and click and click and then finally get to a page that says, “Yes, this theme is free.”

But fret no more. We’ve got you covered in this post. We’ve gone out to the most popular theme developers in the WordPress world and searched out their free offerings. You’ll find them below.

Happy theming."

Willy Victoria
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Quite simple, just search online for portals that provide premium themes for free and surely you will end up with loads of good results.

Chrysti
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It is simple you can get primium themes from here: http://www.newone.org/

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