On MyFonts, you can buy parts of font families or entire collections. You can also purchase bundles that are organized by theme or foundries. A useful tool on their site allows you to preview web font versions and some fonts are eligible for trial downloads. If you’ve seen a font in use and you want to know what it is called, you can try their WhatTheFont tool.
FontSpring has over 35,000 fonts available for purchase. Many fonts have free demo versions so you can test them first. They also have a tool for identifying fonts called FontSpring Matcherator.
Although most fonts are offered individually, many designers bundle their best selling fonts and offer periodic sales. You may also be able to grab some of your favorite fonts when Creative Market offers a bundle. These are usually priced around $39 and include web templates, fonts, and other design tools. Be sure to signup for an account so that you can receive free products every Monday.
The Hungry JPEG
Many font designers that sell on Creative Market also have shops at The Hungry JPEG. If you’re looking for discounted fonts, you’ll want to take a look at their monthly bundles that include fonts and graphics. They also have bundles for crafts that include SVG files for cutting machines. You’ll find bundles between $10 to $29. You’ll also receive a free font every week and many fonts and graphics are on sale for only $1.
Design Cuts offers bundles with fonts, textures, graphics, and other design resources. Follow their Facebook page so you receive updates about free fonts.
Kimberly Geswein Fonts
KG Fonts are very popular for SVG files, printables, and products designed by teachers. You can purchase single fonts or the entire collection of 300+ fonts. She occasionally offers discounts on commercial licenses so be sure to follow her on Teachers Pay Teachers. Teachers Pay Teachers has a sitewide sale a couple times a year and they also have a rewards program that can be used for future purchases. If you need KG Web Fonts, you can purchase them on FontSpring.
Kevin and Amanda
If you need cute handwritten fonts, Kevin and Amanda has over 600 fonts. For commercial use, you may link directly back to her site. If you’re unable to provide a credit link, you can purchase a commercial use license for individual fonts or the entire collection. Like KG fonts, her fonts are popular for SVG files, printables, and products designed by teachers. She also offers to convert handwriting into fonts.
Free commercial use fonts can be downloaded on Font Squirrel.
On Behance, you’ll find some designers that offer free fonts for their peers and future customers. Unfortunately, some designers do not state terms upfront, so it may be unclear if you can use their fonts for commercial use. (It’s always best to ask permission if you’re unsure.)
Looking for vintage commercial fonts? DealJumbo offers vintage and grunge font bundles priced between $19 to $29. Be sure to join their email list for discounts and announcements about free fonts.
Offering popular script fonts, MyDesignDeals is a great place to purchase bundles priced at $39.
Owned by the same team as Webdesigner Depot, MightyDeals offers fonts and other design resources for 50-90% off. Most bundles are priced from $9 to $29.