Best Place To Buy Domains?

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What is the best and cheapest place to buy Domains?
#buy #domains #place
  • Profile picture of the author Michael Fied
    Generally your best bet is going to be -- If your going to purchase over ten I would recommend you signing up with the Godaddy Domain Club

    If your looking for more niche specific bulk domains I would recommend
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  • Profile picture of the author Azlan.MY
    I used since it offers less than $11 for .com domain plus with free whois guard for one year.
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    • Profile picture of the author yourfriend78640
      Originally Posted by Azlan.MY View Post

      I used since it offers less than $11 for .com domain plus with free whois guard for one year.
      They also offer coupons each month which reduces the price from 10.87$ to something like 9.57$ including WhoisGuard. I also buy all my Domain Names from namecheap
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      • Profile picture of the author dim3399
        Namecheap with coupon code
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesi
    Check for GoDaddy coupons, they're usually very cheap.
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  • Profile picture of the author crunchor
    godaddy and namecheap are most popular one. Godaddy support is super horrible, there is no email or support ticket, just call or live chat but its live chat is off whenever too many people. No phone support for namecheap.
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  • Profile picture of the author bizpro99
    Godaddy, and use the honey plugin in Chrome. a

    And you can use honey for any website, to find and and apply coupons automatically.
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  • Profile picture of the author Melody
    Name cheap by far - there may be no phone support but the live chat and regular support are still lightyears ahead of GD in timeframes - also very easy to push or transfer domains when you sell a site. And they run frequent sales on various new TLDs.

    Our first "Digital Yard Sale"! A massive PLR Blowout Sale to help a friend pay medical expenses.
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  • Profile picture of the author marguerite
    I use Godaddy and Namecheap I find that both have excellent customer support. Go with whichever has the lowest price for the domain you want to buy. Search for coupon copes and special offers and also pay attention to the second and subsequent year price. If you're going to keep your domain for several years it's important to know how much it's going to cost you in the long run. For the long term you might find that Godaddy offers more value, they have more coupons.
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  • Profile picture of the author LillyR
    I register all my domains at Namecheap. I always do a Google search for Namecheap coupon code and I always seem to find something that brings a one year domain registration, plus make it private, for around $10. There's not a lot of frills there, but if you want that then you can go take a peek at GoDaddy.
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