What are you paying for Domain Names?

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Hi Everyone,

I've been paying $10 a pop. Is there anywhere to buy just the domain names for cheaper?

Thanks
#domain #names #paying
  • Profile picture of the author candoit2
    I get them at godaddy for less.(when using a coupon).

    Type in godaddy coupon or discount + month and yr to find current ones.

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  • Profile picture of the author PCRoger
    goto google
    "cheap domain names" for new domains
    "cheap domain renewals" for renewals

    should see godaddy ad at top for $6.99 - $7.49

    I quit screwing with the coupons, haven't seen one beat their ad

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  • Profile picture of the author Techguy
    What is the catch for the $1.99 domains at Godaddy. Just one domain? It says no limit. Does anybody know the catch. There has got to be a catch.
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  • Profile picture of the author PCRoger
    The catch is that you have to buy hosting or some other service.

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    • Profile picture of the author Techguy
      Originally Posted by PCRoger View Post

      The catch is that you have to buy hosting or some other service.

      PCRoger.
      Yes, but can I buy more than one domain, and do I have to buy them all at once? Can I buy more later at $1.99? My guess is no.
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      • Profile picture of the author BinderGang
        Originally Posted by Techguy View Post

        Yes, but can I buy more than one domain, and do I have to buy them all at once? Can I buy more later at $1.99? My guess is no.
        $1.99 for one domain per service.

        It's cheaper to get a domain with coupons, unless there's a service you're actually interested in purchasing.
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        • Profile picture of the author PCRoger
          Originally Posted by BinderGang View Post

          It's cheaper to get a domain with coupons, unless there's a service you're actually interested in purchasing.
          What GoDaddy coupon gets cheaper than $6.99? that's what the GoDaddy ad is if you search as I described above.

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  • Profile picture of the author PCRoger
    I think you can buy any domain for $1.99 as long as you buy extra services for that domain.

    Someone can correct me if I'm wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author Techguy
    Ok, thanks guys.
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  • Profile picture of the author rondo
    Namecheap coupon for September: DREAMTIME
    Discount Price: $8.81

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  • Profile picture of the author la dominatrix
    Originally Posted by Techguy View Post

    Hi Everyone,

    I've been paying $10 a pop. Is there anywhere to buy just the domain names for cheaper?

    Thanks
    Namecheap is $8.81 with their coupon which changes every month. Just Google "namecheap coupon"
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  • Profile picture of the author Jesus Perez
    $8.99 at 1and1.

    Plus FREE PRIVACY FOR LIFE!
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    • Profile picture of the author PCRoger
      Originally Posted by BlueSquares View Post

      $8.99 at 1and1.

      Plus FREE PRIVACY FOR LIFE!
      I hope you are happy at 1and1.

      I had a VERY bad experience there.

      Unless they have changed, you cannot even conveniently see when domains are expiring and whether or not they are set to renew automatically.

      All of the key tools are via URL's that you cannot find from any menu, you have to contact support and ask "how the heck do I..." then they email you the URL as if you were an idiot and should know that.

      Hopefully they have improved since I was there.

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      • Profile picture of the author Dave777
        Originally Posted by PCRoger View Post

        I hope you are happy at 1and1.

        I had a VERY bad experience there.

        Unless they have changed, you cannot even conveniently see when domains are expiring and whether or not they are set to renew automatically.

        All of the key tools are via URL's that you cannot find from any menu, you have to contact support and ask "how the heck do I..." then they email you the URL as if you were an idiot and should know that.

        Hopefully they have improved since I was there.

        PCRoger.
        Also...

        Make sure you fully understand all pertinent details related to each domain that you own so that there are no Surprises, costs, problems etc... down the road for whatever reasons! No matter which ever domain name provider you decide to use...

        TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PRIVATE DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION
        Private Domain Terms & Conditions : Terms & Conditions : 1&1 Internet Inc.

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    • Profile picture of the author Sonja
      Originally Posted by BlueSquares View Post

      $8.99 at 1and1.

      Plus FREE PRIVACY FOR LIFE!
      Oooooo didn't know that! I have been using namecheap for their privacy because its like a $2 per year. But this adds I new twist. Have to check them out.

      Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author TristanPerry
    $7.75 via Moniker. Their standard rate is around $8.10 but I've got 130+ domains so get special pricing.

    But yeah, Moniker are a very good registrar. Not too well known outside of domaining circles, but definitely one of the better ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author steveniam
    I get it from name dot.com for:

    $8.99 for dot com
    $7.49 for dot org
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  • Profile picture of the author JMarno
    $8.95 websitespot.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Katinkia
    £9.95 for .co.uk /weep
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    • Profile picture of the author AndyL
      Originally Posted by Katinkia View Post

      £9.95 for .co.uk /weep
      .co.uk for min 2 years
      .com for min 1 year

      So £9.95 isn't that bad :-)
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      • Profile picture of the author Katinkia
        Originally Posted by AndyL View Post

        .co.uk for min 2 years
        .com for min 1 year

        So £9.95 isn't that bad :-)
        Oh I didn't know lol. Only ever registered about 5 domains...
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        • Profile picture of the author Kay King
          Unless they have changed, you cannot even conveniently see when domains are expiring and whether or not they are set to renew automatically.
          All their domains are automatically on auto-renew which is stated when you register them. The site to view auto-renew dates or to cancel a domain is listed in their main site though you have to look carefully to find it. This info is on a subdomain of the 1and1 site. Once you have asked how to cancel a domain it's easy to go back to the subdomain url to view all of your renewal dates.

          They also send reminders to you via email well before the date of auto-renew.

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  • Profile picture of the author RyanCoisson
    I pay just over $7 with a godaddy coupon.

    Ryan

    You can find the coupon by googling godaddy promo code.
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  • Profile picture of the author akasher
    I use namecheap. They're better than godaddy in my opinion.

    $3 for info, $10 for .com, but still worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author FrontLineMentor
    Moniker offer $6 to $8 for
    .net, .com and .org

    Godaddy is cheap if you
    use the coupons..there
    are so many coupon codes
    shared in the forum..
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    • Profile picture of the author Lance K
      I don't care if they give you a free domain, you're asking for trouble if you use a hosting service from the same company that acts as your registrar.
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      • Profile picture of the author Katinkia
        Originally Posted by Lance K View Post

        I don't care if they give you a free domain, you're asking for trouble if you use a hosting service from the same company that acts as your registrar.
        Why is that? I've always got my domains from the host companies i've used. Always thought if I did it any other way it would get very fiddly trying to sort it all out.
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  • Profile picture of the author phil.wheatley
    Normally around 10 bucks, I keep forgeting about the coupon!! What is slightly annoying is if you change it to Pounds, it should work out cheaper due to exchange rate but they seem to add extra on to make it more expensive.

    Anyway, since changing to godaddy, I've never changed since then. Godaddy + Hostgator = easy!
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  • Profile picture of the author Always-A-Warrior
    Forums tells it all. Coupons saves you alot of money. I go between GD and Dynadot for my buys.
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  • Profile picture of the author Revolves
    Godaddy with coupon codes and Moniker are good options. You also have name.com which offers $8.99 .coms.
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  • Profile picture of the author majidmaskat
    i bought .info domain for little under $1, what is the fuss with the .info being less expensive than the .com for $10
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  • Profile picture of the author katiec
    I have had nothing but problems with 1 and 1 - this might just be isolated to me personally, but I'd rather pay the $10 which I registered through Google's Blogger interface, and have it for the year and just renew.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bigsofty
    Check out domainmonster.com

    No cheaper, at $9.99 but great site and service


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  • Profile picture of the author Dave777
    And...

    One of the best coupon code tools and resources if you just hate paying retail for stuff...
    'domain names' coupon codes search results - RetailMeNot.com
    Domain Names coupon codes. Find and share coupons, discounts and promotion codes for domain names.

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  • Profile picture of the author RobotGirl
    I find GoDaddy frankly annoying. On my very first domain name I bought several years ago, I ended up paying way more than I needed, because of all the upsells and options they push at you.

    I've been with NameCheap ever since. Straight forward good.

    The September coupon code for NameCheap is "dreamtime"

    That takes a .com registration down to $8.88 and, of course, includes WhoIsGuard for the year. Not a bad deal.
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  • Profile picture of the author RobotGirl
    "swinefluzombies.com" ...? What a name?!

    What were you going to do with the site, noghost31?
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    The last three I got at Godaddy were 89cents each. Plus the ICAN fee so they cost me $3.17 total for the three of them, I think. They were .info of course, but they work just as well to hold my place on the vast world wide web.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leo Martinez
    Originally Posted by Techguy View Post

    Hi Everyone,

    I've been paying $10 a pop. Is there anywhere to buy just the domain names for cheaper?

    Thanks


    Type "godaddy promo codes" on Google. FatWallet has a long list of codes. That saves me a ton. I also buy in bulk which saves more $$$.
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