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Depends on what weights you need and want, tungsten is awesome because it covers a range of weights and widths. Finding all that in a cheaper familiy will be very hard, but I think if you specifically want a couple styles it shouldn't be too hard?
With 32 styles it works out to only $15.50 per font. That's pretty darn cheap considering the quality and workmanship that HFT put into their fonts.
Amicus – If I could buy just the 3-5 weights I want at $15.50, rather than 8 for $200 (which works out to $25 each, fwiw), this wouldn't be an issue, I'd have bought them instead of starting this thread.
Looking for a free or cheap multi-weight (doesn't have to be 30 styles, but more than 2) font in the style of Tungsten (e.g. condensed/narrow, sans serif)