Cheapest Price for Domains ?

by yasky
21 replies
I currently in need of some domains. I've been getting them from namebargin however now there price is $9.95. Just wondering if there is a cheaper place out there.

FYI I am looking for 30 to 50 domains. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
#cheapest #domains #price
  • Profile picture of the author sahi
    Well you can try netfirms.com, as they charge $7.99 the first year.
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  • Profile picture of the author kay12345
    if you are looking for .COM/NET/ORG, i think the cheapest solution is to use coupon code for godaddy and namecheap

    apart from individual domain purchase discount, there are also some coupon offers 10-30 % discount on huge order, which i think you can benefit since you said you are in need of lots of domain
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    • Profile picture of the author yasky
      Thanks, I will check both of those out tonight !

      Anyone else with a suggestion please reply..
      Thanks again for the reply's
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      • Profile picture of the author Ron Razor
        maddogdomains.com is only $7.49 for the first year of .com domains. That is the best I know of.
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          • Profile picture of the author DAS_Matt
            Originally Posted by TMG Enterprises View Post

            Try DNCoupons - Domain Name Coupons whenever you need domains. They list all the current coupons for around a dozen or so registrars, including godaddy and namecheap. Don't forget to see if there is a deal on bulk registrations, too, since you are planning to grab so many at once.

            I've always bought my domains at a discount thanks mainly to the above site.

            Tina

            Oh.. great link.. thanks..
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          • Profile picture of the author yasky
            Originally Posted by TMG Enterprises View Post

            Try DNCoupons - Domain Name Coupons whenever you need domains. They list all the current coupons for around a dozen or so registrars, including godaddy and namecheap. Don't forget to see if there is a deal on bulk registrations, too, since you are planning to grab so many at once.

            I've always bought my domains at a discount thanks mainly to the above site.

            Tina

            Thanks for the coupon site I will definitely be checking this out tonight.
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  • Profile picture of the author jackyjee
    I am also finding some cheap domains to launch a new website.
    Kindly,help me out with this one & send me links about the cheap domains.
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  • Profile picture of the author Noktral LLC
    If you want .com domains from GoDaddy you can just head to google, search 'cheap .com domains' and the sponsored link will be from GoDaddy for like $6.99. I do this everytime I get a new .com
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    • Profile picture of the author yasky
      Originally Posted by Noktral LLC View Post

      If you want .com domains from GoDaddy you can just head to google, search 'cheap .com domains' and the sponsored link will be from GoDaddy for like $6.99. I do this everytime I get a new .com

      Have you had any problems with GoDaddy.com?
      I have heard some bad stuff about GoDaddy, although not from anyone I know is creditable....
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      • Profile picture of the author orchid
        The majority of my domain names were bought from Godaddy. Can't see where they get a bad rep, you buy the domain name and you don't have anything else to do with them for a year or two or three depending on your subscription.

        I have had to contact them with problems with domain forwarding. I've spoken to a human being and the problem was sorted in reasonable good order.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    If it makes a difference to you, namecheap.com domains come with free whois guard.

    While Godaddy coupons tend to be lower - you can get the domain for $6.99 versus $8.81 with namecheap -- adding Godaddy's private registration is an additional $8.99.

    I'm not sure how different namecheap's whoisguard is when compared to Godaddy's private registration, but namecheap provides me everthing I need for $8.81 versus $16.16 Godaddy charges for approximately the same thing.

    You mileage and needs may vary.
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  • Profile picture of the author E-supreme
    I tend to use godaddy for all my domains and then use the coupon code to get each .com for a little over $7.
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  • Profile picture of the author orchid
    As you are planning to buy so many domains at one time why not check out Godaddy bulk domain feature. The per domain price would be significantly reduced.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hersh
    The best option you got here is to use Google and look for "cheap domains".You'll find that by clicking on the sponsored ad you can get a domain for $6.99.

    You'll be able to see the discount at the end of the purchase.

    Mike G
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  • What's cheap? Does it have to work? If you have problems and can't get help is that cheap?
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    • Profile picture of the author simonjwarner
      Well I personally find Godaddys interface the work of Satan!


      The best for customer service for me has been daily.co.uk, the often have some good bulk offers on.
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  • Profile picture of the author realoptions
    I usually use Godaddy for domain names and I have not had any problems with them. They typically have specials that can be found via Google. Another way to save is by making bulk domain name purchases. Just ignore the upsells, if you're trying to save money.
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  • Profile picture of the author tj
    Basically the claim is that Godaddy holds all of your domains in a kind of hostage situation if someone is accusing you of spamming and none of your websites can be found on the web in this time. You would have to bailout your domains for a higher amount of $$ the first time (no matter what if the accusation was right or not).

    Timo
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    • Profile picture of the author blkfin
      For the money I find Godaddy to be the best. my price is typically 7.49/yr The have phone support and if you accidentally renew a domain you can still cancel it.

      my .02

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  • Profile picture of the author rondo
    The DNCoupons site hasn't updated some of the coupons for months.

    The latest Namecheap coupon is listed here as soon as it becomes available.
    $8.81 with free whois privacy for one year.
    Current code is AutumnLeaves


    Andrew
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