where can i buy .com domains for cheap

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I got a couple of .com to buy. Can anyone recommends me a place where I can get .com for cheap with no hidden prices and ridiculous upsells like godaddy
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  • Profile picture of the author Manny Derek
    You can buy cheap domain name at GoDaddy. There are also some cheap domain name to buy but, only GoDaddy that i trust so much.
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    • Profile picture of the author Don Luis
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      Good luck on finding a cheap domain registrar with no hidden fees and ridiculous upsells, because you won't be able to find one.

      Godaddy is running a $5.99 promo right now.
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      • Profile picture of the author theKnurd
        I've heard a few recommendations for namecheap.com. I personally use (in addition to godaddy) name.com and dreamhost.com. With either you can get domains for around 9.99 with whois privacy included (requires coupon for name.com).

        If whois privacy is not necessary then it's easy to find coupons for name.com around 8.49 per domain. At least that has been my experience as of late.
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  • Profile picture of the author VivekGoel
    I found hostingdude to be cheaper than godaddy. Also If buy hosting service for the new domains, u can get even more discount on the domain name purchases.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ant Marshall
    GoDaddy are brilliant, I buy all my domains with them. I actually find them the cheapest.

    The upsells are only there if you want them...
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  • Profile picture of the author imaviators
    ok i have already bought from godaddy.Quite hard to navigate thru all the upsells.LOL. it seems all promo codes that i found online is not available at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author AceOfShirts
    Add me to list of people that don't understand other people's problems with the GoDaddy upsells.

    I use GoDaddy to purchase all of my domains (100+). I just click the "Next" button on the upsell page.

    Do you not eat at McDonalds because they ask you if you want an apple pie with your Value Meal? Just say no, or click "Next".

    I just Googled GoDaddy Coupon and their $5.99 special was the first result. I don't think you can beat $5.99 now.
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    • Profile picture of the author alexmobile
      Originally Posted by Ace Of Shirts View Post

      I just Googled GoDaddy Coupon and their $5.99 special was the first result. I don't think you can beat $5.99 now.
      Actually, you can get one for $4.95, which is current best price for new .COM at GoDaddy. However, you cannot enter that code manually, you must use some special link with coupon code embedded. Here is just one example of working $4.95 link:

      http://www.godaddy.com/?isc=gfnfca01
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  • Originally Posted by sakhar1 View Post

    I got a couple of .com to buy. Can anyone recommends me a place where I can get .com for cheap with no hidden prices and ridiculous upsells like godaddy
    I just bought the domains you wanted while you were dithering over saving a couple of bucks. :p

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  • Profile picture of the author mclauchlan
    Go to Fat wallet and get a Godaddy discount coupon GoDaddy Promo Codes - GoDaddy Coupons, Coupon Codes, and discount codes

    Go to Godaddy, and find the domain that you want - skip all the upsells, and insert the discount code on checkout.

    Don't forget that Godaddy will by default set your domain to auto renewal, which means that the renewal price will be charged at the full price.

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  • Profile picture of the author strspeed
    Im getting .com names for .99 cents for the first year at..

    Register Domain Names : Domain Name Registration : 1&1 Internet Inc.

    No affiliate link, link to offer
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  • Profile picture of the author blillard
    I manage to save few bucks getting domains from internet.bs. I have had no issues and they don't offer affiliate commissions so no link lol. I pay $8.35 with whois all day
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  • Profile picture of the author MikesWebShow
    Go to Craigslist and advertise to entrepreneurs who were going to make an overnight fortune but are ready to get out of the game.

    I am sure you can buy BOATLOADS of them for pennies on the dollar.
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  • Profile picture of the author anders3397
    I really like namecheap. Well priced and good to deal with.
    Avoid Domainmonster at all costs....they charged me $150 for a .cm domain that they claimed I ordered - it was hidden in their upsells. They automatically charged my credit card a week after I bought the .com domain and didn't tell me. Refused to give me a refund and even threatened me with legal action if I told anyone.
    Amazing......
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  • I love namecheap with their free whois protection.
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  • Profile picture of the author pilotalexander
    I also use GoDaddy and I have special code that never expires and allows me to get every domain for cheaper than normal. PM me if interested.
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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    From my perspective mistake #1 is to worry about saving on domains.

    If you get a .com domain with a lousy company and after 1 year your website worth $$$$$ and they didn't let you renew, do you know how much these few bucks would feel .

    Go with a company you can trust
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    Go daddy is very bad. i have never ever found someone as hopeless as godaddy, they are rediculous. And also not user friendly.

    I have a host here in Australia and we flew down to meet with them, for all our purchases and domain and hosting big sites. Now whever I have a problem I can call them up, and even at 2am in teh morning I will get a ... "Yes. Hello sir!"

    So you need to set up this with your own host and create a good relationship with them. That will help you win in the end in this game I feel. If they even get to know your first name....basis like we are, then its all smooth sailing from there.
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  • Profile picture of the author AndhikaWijaya
    I use NameCheap.com till now haven't any problem.



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  • Profile picture of the author Snoob
    1and1.com has .99cent .com sites right now but it's with 2 year
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    • Profile picture of the author thriftgirl62
      Originally Posted by fluffythewondercat View Post

      I just bought the domains you wanted while you were dithering over saving a couple of bucks. :p

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      Originally Posted by KevinRichardsonMD View Post

      I love namecheap with their free whois protection.
      Me too - NameCheap has all the extras included.

      Network Solutions - $29.95 per domain - STILL after all these years!!
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      When you make at least $100+ per month, we split the profit 80/20 and YOU get the 80% Until then, you keep 100% and I'll help you drive traffic, get backlinks and put the domain in your name too!
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