Where to register a cheap .com domain and pay with Paypal,maybe with discount?

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Do you know where to register a cheap .com domain where I can pay with Paypal?
Maybe there is a discount somewhere I don't know...

Looking forward to hear from you.

#cheap #discount #domain #pay #paypal #register
  • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
    Namecheap is my registrar of choice because all of their domains come with a free year of who-is protection. They allow payment via PayPal and credit card.
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Mo
      Thanks you for your replies.

      I just saw that a .com domain is $9.28 with discountcoupon,this is not the cheapest price I think

      But it is also important to register with a good registrant and Namecheap is i know.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheKing
    register a domain from godaddy and use coupon code to make it more cheaper
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Mo
      Originally Posted by punjabi View Post

      register a domain from godaddy and use coupon code to make it more cheaper
      Okay let me check the prices at GoDaddy and do they also provide free whoisguard?
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Mo
        Just found a discount coupon for GoDaddy,price is $5.99 for a .com domain.
        This will be the lowest price for a .com domain with whoisguard I think

        Edit: this price is without whoisguard ,they count $6.99 p/y for whoisguard
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    • Profile picture of the author momfriend
      hey you do set up your own wordpress blog?
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  • Profile picture of the author BlogtoBlog
    use namecheap, has free WHOIS, and the current coupon code for November is COLDGOLD
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  • Profile picture of the author Sandy Martin
    the package of namecheap with free Whois is great. I never tried to find any other domain registrar because they are doing good.
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  • Profile picture of the author Winlin
    Name cheap is my preferred domain registrar and as mentioned if you find a coupon code you will get a bit of an extra discount.

    Your questions asks about domain registration specifically which, as many know, is a small annual fee (generally around $10.00 for a .com). Are you, I wonder, actually asking about hosting as well? -winlin
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Kage
    I thinks there is some kind of WSO offering cheap domains around here and another one for really cheap hosting.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
      Unless it's recently changed, GoDaddy gives a year's free privacy protection only on orders of 5+ domain-names in one transaction.

      Another vote for Namecheap, from me.

      Do you have (separate) hosting, Richard?
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Mo
        Thank you all for your replies.

        I take seperate hosting from Hostgator I think and I decided to take my domain from namecheap.

        I see many positive experience with Namecheap here
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  • Profile picture of the author Top Dog Marketer
    +1 for namecheap. Excellent quality and service.

    Just hop on google and type: Namecheap coupon november.

    This should bring up a coupon that should knock off a dollar or so on your next domain purchase.

    I'm the "Top Dog" when it comes to marketing.

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  • Profile picture of the author Melissa82
    Definitely Godaddy. I just like their ongoing deals for all TLD'd and I like to keep all my domains in one spot for the sake of simplicity. Just search G for "Godaddy discount code" and look for a thread in another forum specializing in domain names.
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    • Profile picture of the author 4mostip
      Originally Posted by Melissa82 View Post

      Definitely Godaddy. I just like their ongoing deals for all TLD'd and I like to keep all my domains in one spot for the sake of simplicity. Just search G for "Godaddy discount code" and look for a thread in another forum specializing in domain names.
      Convenient yes but imprudent.
      Basic rule of survival = NEVER put all your eggs in one basket.

      Same logic applies for both registration and hosting. And by extension, don't host with the domain's registrar (or register with the host!)

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      • Profile picture of the author DavidMoore557
        I've used Godaddy and Yahoo!. Nothing spectacular about either one and I did have some problems with Yahoo! when I tried to change servers (this was an old misunderstanding about 10 or so years ago.

        I'm definately looking forward to trying out Namecheap. Thanks for the tips!



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  • They were 99 cents at 1and1 a few days ago. I bought so many domains at that price that I can't count them.
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  • Profile picture of the author ClarkKent
    1&1 has .com domain names for 4.99.
    (They were .99c last month)
    .info's are currently .99c

    Be careful though, make sure you check your yearly recurring billing is disabled.
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  • Profile picture of the author 4mostip

    Costs me $9.39 pa for COM, NET and ORG domains INCLUDING free privacy (WHOIS), free advanced DNS (private nameserver), 2 free email accounts, theft protection (locking).

    Other TLDs available but I only use COM.

    NB -these are the regular (renewable) prices - before any special offers.

    Slick execution (100% flawless in 3 years) via Control Panel or API.

    Domain availability queries do not leak to taster cowboys (in my experience).

    Could pool volumes (at cost) to share benefits of further volume discounts available - but sadly cannot suckle newbies. Check out supersite dot 4mostdomains dot com (domain buyers) or partners dot 4mostdomains dot com (domain resellers) and PM your estimated annual registration volumes.

    PS - I like Namecheap and have an account there to push domains I sell - as many experienced buyers also have Namecheap accounts.

    I also have an account at GoDaddy for pushing convenience but would not dream of using them for my own domains. GD charges extra for EVERYTHING including privacy - so are totally uncompetitive for my needs.

    Also they are alleged to pull domains accused of spamming or other misdemeanors (with or without justification). I prefer discreet, reliable registrar to some self-righteous bully appointing themselves prosecutor, judge and jury!

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  • Profile picture of the author Dimian
    i prefer 1and1. $4.98 domains cant go wrong there
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  • Profile picture of the author AksGame
    i used godaddy which give .com at 7.48 i have domains with name and namecheap too

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  • Profile picture of the author topfree
    I've always used godaddy but after reading this thread and seeing gurus like Alexa Smith use namecheap, I'm using namecheap from now on
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  • Profile picture of the author danoctav
    I also use godaddy. From other 2-3 found godaddy more suitable for my needs,using coupons .com is 7.49$.From time to time they have an offer with 1$...

    +1 for godaddy
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  • Profile picture of the author libertysoul
    i used xnynz.com to register the domain..here i had register the domain name for $8.49* for (dot) com extension.here they are providing good and reliable services and 24/7 service. they are providing many extras along with this... i had an experience with them over many years.and also you can use papal for payment option here..try it out...hope it helps you.
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  • Profile picture of the author HatKing
    +1 for namecheap too. Google namecheap coupon and you can save another dollar to your domain. Also, since it is Cyber Monday (one more hour left), hostgator is giving a 50% discount on servers. Check it out!
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  • Profile picture of the author Huie
    I used Godaddy.com when they had that 1$ domain thing. Might be still going around.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jahshaka
    Register domain with namecheap, and host with hostgator.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Flowithit
    Namecheap seems to be affordable and dependable
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  • Profile picture of the author Fiona Harrison
    Well i suggest namecheap and godaddy..they both allow you to use paypal and you can find loads of latest discount coupons for both sites and use them.

    I hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author AdsenseNicheXpert
    You can use godaddy. You can get $7 per domain
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    • Profile picture of the author Sandor Verebi
      Hi Richard,

      If you want to register your domain with .info TLD, then you can do that for $2.99 at Namecheap now (I don't know, how long).

      Anyway, I'm not affiliated with them, but Namecheap is my preferred registrar, too.



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    • Profile picture of the author Sandor Verebi
      Originally Posted by sliperdm View Post

      guys, where can I get cheap ssl cert?
      Hi sliperdm,

      There is a comparison chart related ssl certificates at www dot whichssl dot com. You can choose from there either cheap or free ssl certificate as well.

      No aff.

      All the best,


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  • Profile picture of the author R0meo
    1and1.com sells com domains for 4.9$, so its pretty good and not that pricy

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    • Profile picture of the author Increaser
      Hi Richard,

      I also do not buy from GoDaddy anymore because you can get more other features free from other registrars.
      But you can always visit this page for some GoDaddy discount coupons.

      I use Namecheap, InternetBs and NetFirms.

      Internet.bs and Netfirms are usually cheaper than Namecheap.
      You can pay with Paypal with all of them.

      Netfirms Promotion
      Netfirms is currently running a 1$ Hosting Promotion which comes with a Free Domain Name (expires 30th November).
      Their hosting control panel is not CPanel, but it still is a good offer.
      Netfirms Special Offer (This is not an affiliate link, but their own link sent to me by email).

      I don't use them for hosting but for domain names.
      They are cheaper than GoDaddy and your domain comes with Free Privacy.

      If you don't want to take advantage of the 1$ offer, you can still use any of the following codes for $4,95 domain names:

      cyber495 / LOVE / promo495

      You can also get more Netfirms coupons below:

      You don't have to buy hosting to use your domain name. You can register the domain name with them and host your site with another company.

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