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"Get access to an unprecedented Battlefield experience."

— Main menu description

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Battlefield Premium is a subscription service for the Battlefield Series that offers members exclusive content.

Battlefield HeroesEdit

Premium is available in Battlefield Heroes. Once time of subscription runs out, all premium features will be disabled, though players will be not required to pay again.

  • 30 Days, 6999 Funds + 6 Keys
  • 90 Days, 16999 Funds + 18 Keys
  • 180 Days, 24999 Funds + 36 Keys

In-Game FeaturesEdit

  • Extra Daily Claw spin
  • Certain Number of Treasure Chest Keys
  • Access to Premium store
  • Free VP and XP Boosts
  • Free access to Barbershop

Premium StoreEdit

The Premium store is an official website section which only Premium members can use. The store offers content exclusive to Premium members such as Customization, weapons, and other content. The store also offers discounts on normal items in the game.

Battlefield 3Edit


Premium became available for Battlefield 3 on June 4, 2012 for a one-time cost of US$49.99/£39.99/€49.99/AU$49.99. A Premium Edition for the game was later revealed at Gamescom 2012 and was released on September 11, 2012.

In-Game featuresEdit

  • Unique camouflages for player models and weapons
  • Unique knife (ACB-90) and Dogtags
  • Early access to all DLCs (Back to Karkand, Close Quarters, Armored Kill, Aftermath, Endgame)
  • 35 unique assignments
  • Exclusive bonus content, videos, strategy guides, events, soldier upgrades, bonus content drops, and double XP events
  • Priority in server queues
  • Unique title screen
  • Premium status displayed in killcam
  • Access to the Battlefield 4 Beta on the platform with Premium

Battlelog FeaturesEdit

  • The ability to reset K/D Ratio, W/L Ratio, Accuracy and SPM on Battlelog (all-time stats will remain the same)
  • Increased Platoon Emblem layers
  • Ability to save up to five battle reports on the Battlelog as favorites
  • A carbon fiber design for player profile
  • Eight new soldier profile images related to the Battlefield 3: Aftermath
  • The ability to use a signature on the Battlelog forums


In Australia, the price for the service originally cost AU$49.99 across all platforms. When people started to purchase it, they noticed that the prices were AU$66 for the Xbox 360 and AU$79.95 for the PS3. Due to a massive number of complaints, the prices were lowered. However, only the PS3 received any benefits, and the price on the PS3 was reduced to AU$64.95. PS3 owners were also refunded AU$14.95.

Battlefield 4Edit

Battlefield 4 Premium Cover

Premium is available in Battlefield 4. It was available at launch and could also be pre-ordered. Members gain exclusive camos, weapons, as well as early access to expansion packs. It will once again have a one-time cost US$49.99/£39.99/€49.99/AU$49.99. Premium also awards with player with exclusive Dog Tags and an exclusive Knife, called the Carbon Fiber Knife.

It was confirmed in a post from the Battlefield Blog that Premium memberships can transfer from the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions, respectively.[1]

In-Game featuresEdit

Battlelog FeaturesEdit

  • The ability to reset K/D Ratio, W/L Ratio, Accuracy and SPM on Battlelog (all-time stats will remain the same)
  • Increased Platoon Emblem layers
  • Ability to save up to five battle reports on the Battlelog as favorites
  • Exclusive soldier profile images
  • The ability to create new Platoons

Battlefield HardlineEdit

Battlefield Hardline Premium Promo

Battlefield Premium is featured in Battlefield Hardline, offering similar content to that of past installments.[2] It will have a one-time cost of US$49.99/£39.99/€49.99/AU$49.99.

In-game FeaturesEdit

Battlefield 1Edit

Battlefield 1 Premium

Premium Pass is feature in Battlefield 1, functioning in a similar manner to past installments.[3]

In-Game FeaturesEdit

  • Two weeks early access to four expansion packs
  • 14 Unique Dog Tags
  • 14 Battlepacks
  • Premium Friends
  • Allows players who do not own Premium play expansion pack maps if a member of their party owns Premium
  • Non-Premium players will not be awarded XP for playing on expansion maps
  • XP earned will be saved and awarded to Non-Premium members once Premium Pass or the respective expansion has been purchased
  • Weapons, gadgets, and Vehicles exclusive to expansions will be unusable by Non-Premium owners
  • Progress for expansion exclusive medals and Codex Entries will not be tracked for Non-Premium members.


  • Battlefield 3: Premium was first revealed by error due to an update for the PlayStation Store on May 30, 2012.