Uniregistry just announced today that it now supports premium New gTLD domain name registrations and transfers from the Donuts and Rightside registries.
Up until last week, that I last tried it, you couldn’t transfer a Donuts premium domain name to Uniregistry. And the worst part is that you didn’t know which domains were premium before you had actually submitted the transfer.
It is still very difficult to determine which domains are premium and which are not. That is because regular fee prices vary between extensions and so do the premium prices. And in some cases a regular fee domain name in one extension is more expensive than a premium name in another extension. e.g. Regular priced .training domains at $23.90 are more expensive than premium .photos priced at $22 as the regular price for .photos is $15.90.
But that is now solved at Uniregistry. The problem remains in some other registrars.
Also Uniregistry offers some of the lowest regular and premium rates available. The regular price for the cheapest priced Donuts extensions is $15.90.