Deal of the week: Over 2,000 exclusive unique fonts

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December 06, 2013
Deal of the week: Over 2,000 exclusive unique fonts.

thumbnailTypefaces are the most elemental resource designers have in their toolbox. They’re a great way to add personality to designs, and really make your projects stand out.

Unfortunately, building a large library of quality fonts is incredibly expensive. With professional grade fonts often retailing in excess of $200 each, a large selection to choose from is normally beyond the reach of all but the very largest design studios.

So we are delighted that our sister-site, MightyDeals.com, has managed to arrange this incredible deal on a package of over 2000 professional-grade fonts, for just $27.

This exclusive deal with 128Bit Technologies is for over 335 unique typeface families. Each family includes a variety of styles ranging from regular and condensed to wide and italic. All fonts are in OpenType format and include the essential international characters for numerous non-English languages.

This incredible value package is for use on commercial or personal projects. The price includes a license for up to 10 computers, that means studios can install on up to 10 workstations, which is an incredible saving. Of course the fonts work on both Mac and PC.

With hundreds of typefaces to choose from you may never need to buy a font again. Some of our favorites are the classic Muritania, the sci-fi inspired Orion Nebula, the nouveau inspired Olde Lilliput and the expressive Bored Fjord. Take a look at a preview of some of the fantastic fonts included in this great value deal:

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This set of typefaces is already unbelievably good value at $198, but for a limited time, you can get them all for just $27, that’s around $0.01 per font! To take advantage of this deal head over to MightyDeals.com right now.

Have you used one of these fonts in a project? Which of the typefaces would you like the most? Let us know in the comments.

WDD Staff

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