where to buy cheapest .com domain?

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Where to buy the cheapest .com domain?
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Buckley
    Name.com and Namecheap.com are cheapest at 9.98/9.99
    goDaddy is 11.99 for a .com domain
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    • Profile picture of the author meevamarie
      netfirms.com is $7.99 for the first year
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  • Profile picture of the author djbventures
    Agreed. Namecheap is really good.

    And don't forget to search for the COUPON or PROMO codes. You can get whatever you need even cheaper.
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  • Profile picture of the author mediasurgeons
    Luckyregister - cost me $8.99
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  • Profile picture of the author Reverb
    I've been using GoDaddy for years now, but due to their slow as molasses site and all that add-on junk they try to sell you, I'm thinking of trying NameCheap. I dread buying or renewing a GoDaddy domain because it's a long process for me. It should just take a few simple clicks to renew, but GoDaddy turns it into a "minefield". And now I'm receiving calls from them to renew domains, and that's another annoyance. Now I'll have to find out how to opt-out of that.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheKeys
      Originally Posted by Reverb View Post

      I've been using GoDaddy for years now, but due to their slow as molasses site and all that add-on junk they try to sell you, I'm thinking of trying NameCheap. I dread buying or renewing a GoDaddy domain because it's a long process for me. It should just take a few simple clicks to renew, but GoDaddy turns it into a "minefield". And now I'm receiving calls from them to renew domains, and that's another annoyance. Now I'll have to find out how to opt-out of that.
      Ha, I thought I was the only one to feel feel the pain. I feel like go-daddy is adding way more to "make more money" but losing customer satisfaction greatly.
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      • Profile picture of the author Reverb
        Originally Posted by TheKeys View Post

        Ha, I thought I was the only one to feel feel the pain. I feel like go-daddy is adding way more to "make more money" but losing customer satisfaction greatly.
        Ha, you're not alone. IMO, they are definitely losing customer satisfaction. It's even worse for me than I wrote earlier. The last two times I tried purchasing/renewing from them the site wouldn't let me complete my checkout. I had to call both times to have them complete the transaction after I had the shopping cart ready. It's very frustrating and time-wasting too. I wish they had a "lite" option to just quickly, simply, renew domains.
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  • Profile picture of the author rondo
    Namecheap is $9.28 with a coupon.
    Namecheap coupon code - Web Hosting Diary

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  • Profile picture of the author Woody C
    InternetBS.net is $7.49 all the time for .com's.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrchristo
    doteasy have a $1 deal on right now.

    limited 1 per customer
    http://miniurl.in/2f2846

    namecheap are good for .co's and godaddy have some nice coupon codes if you do a google
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  • Profile picture of the author Michisor
    Originally Posted by visimedia View Post

    Where to buy the cheapest .com domain?
    I use Namecheap, the support is great, and the site is intuitive. I know there are many company which offer cheaper deals, but I thing that for domain and host the support and quality services are extremely important.

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  • Profile picture of the author James_Harkin
    I pay $6.99 each per year (as many domains as you want .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, .name, .us all $6.99 each per year) at:

    $6.99 domain names, $2.99 website hosting, $0 Internic Fees

    You can pay with PayPal or credit card. They resell for eNom. But seem to have a great deal as its more expensive with eNom.

    If you have any issues with their service go here: 9DollarDomains.com - Portal Home

    They normally respond within a few hours or so

    Enjoy

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  • Profile picture of the author iamsuneel
    I normally prefer NameCheap.com, but just now found InternetBS.net from another warrior.

    You can try them for they sell at $7.49. But, I voted against it. But just wanted to let you know there is an option open.
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  • Profile picture of the author brendan301
    i use domainsarefree.com

    .coms are 3.99, no coupon necessary
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    • Profile picture of the author dsilvaevan
      Originally Posted by Daryl Lim View Post

      GoDaddy often have $0.99 (first year only) deals, awesome stuff. Bad point is that you can't pay with PayPal (disadvantage to those w/o credit cards like myself) on these promo deals.

      Alternatively, NameCheap, you can get a discounted .com for $5 there, cheap as well. Namecheap has a friendly payment processing system, and they accept PayPal.
      u cant pay with pay pal? i have been using godaddy for many years and have been using PAYPAL with them since
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      • Profile picture of the author meevamarie
        not sure why you can't pay with paypal on godaddy - I have - for years. Is this a new thing? I've been checking for availables on godaddy and buying on netfirms, because they are cheaper. The .99 cent sales on goddady are usually not the .coms, but .us, .me etc
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      • Profile picture of the author meevamarie
        @Daryl - just checked and sure you can pay with paypal on godaddy - see it right on their front page, they accept EVERYTHING so it seems. I would have been totally floored if they hadn't.
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        • Profile picture of the author AX
          You can usually pay with Paypal on Godaddy but often not with many of these special lower than usual discount offers(.com,.net,.org) where they have special terms.
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          • Profile picture of the author creative
            Sometimes you can find discount coupons for domain registrars.
            It's worth checking these out.
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  • Profile picture of the author Valentin Yonte
    I confirm that dsilvaevan comment. You can pay with paypal in Godaddy, but really is tedious to buy something there, because they treat to sell all that they can.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeb
    Yes you can pay with paypal with godaddy. But they don't accept paypal for certain deals such as the 99cents domains. Other than that, godaddy does not come with free whois privacy. Namecheap does and internetbs does for free.
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    • Profile picture of the author lvsniper
      I usually stick to godaddy/name and namecheap for my domainstuff. There are promocodes for 8 to 10$ per .com
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      • Profile picture of the author DavidMaddux
        Everyone has made some great suggestions

        It's not just the initial investment, but you want to be in business with a registrar who knows what they're doing.

        Stick with NameCheap.com, and don't forget they provide free WhoIs Guard for the first year, then it's like $2.50 or so per year.

        Current coupons (to use at checkout) are:

        GETITCHEAPER (Average Discount approximately $1)
        SWITCH2NC ($1 Off Domain Transfers)
        WGSPECIAL (WhoIs Guard $.99 per year)

        These coupon offers come and go, and sometimes there are 1/2 price deals, etc. Focus on doing business with a quality company and don't worry too much about saving $1 or $2 over the next 12 months. Good luck with your search.

        Best wishes.
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  • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
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    Yeh many people use namecheap. That is my second preferred domain registrar. Their prices are good and their service is good
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  • Profile picture of the author Reverb
    If anyone's interested, I just found this fairly long list of ICANN-Accredited Domain Name Registrars. It includes the Country of each, and Accredited TLDs. ICANN | ICANN-Accredited Registrars

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