Which preposition to use with premium

on Occurrences 36%

Then he rolls up his blankets, for there is a premium on sleeping-space, and goes out, with never a notion that he is doing more than any man would, anywhere in the world, to find a place in some neighbour's hut to pass the night.

of Occurrences 32%

.10 We offer the following elegant premiums of L. PRANG & CO'S CHROMOS for subscriptions as follows: A copy of paper for one year, and "The Awakening," (a Litter of Puppies.)

for Occurrences 21%

Here he bobbed up at the other end of the continent, making shady bargains with obscure shipping captains, and paying a big premium for absolute secrecy.

to Occurrences 15%

The learned Society, under whose sanction such gabble is ushered into the world, would do well to offer a premium to any one who will discover its meaning.

in Occurrences 11%

Just before starting, an officer of my regiment handed me two double-barrelled pistolsrevolvers were at a premium in those dayssaying they might possibly come in useful during my journey, and I little thought at the time that their services would be brought into requisition.

at Occurrences 6%

He had chosen apple-farming for his career, and, naturally, seemed quite happy about it; lived on his farm near by with his mother and sister, and was at the moment out on the quest of four apple-packers for his harvesting, these experts being at a premium at this season.

as Occurrences 1%

Almost all policies now written have the level annual premium as a feature.

with Occurrences 1%

Many merchants premiums with the articles they sell.

before Occurrences 1%

premium before the week's out; and if you've got any money to spare, guv'nor, I should recommend you to have a little flutter; for it's a certainty.

during Occurrences 1%

Muscle appears to have been at a premium during these eras.

from Occurrences 1%

Some years since Sir Henry Englefield, Bart., obtained a premium from the Society of Arts for the discovery of a fine tint drawn from Madder, called the Adrianople red.

over Occurrences 1%

Finally, when two or three years of war had put all property, of however precarious a nature, at a premium over Confederate currency, the company bought another slave in August, 1863, for $2,050, and thirty-two more in 1864 at prices ranging from $2,450 to $6,005.

per Occurrences 1%

One of the first of these, Halsey's premium plan, fixes a standard time for a job and if the worker falls short of, or merely attains to, that standard he gets the regular pay; but if he takes less than the standard time he receives a fixed premium per hour for the time saved.

Which preposition to use with  premium