$5.00 domains at register.com (price changed to $5)

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LIMITED TIME OFFER Use invitation code Reg2ea at check out to receive new .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, and .us domains for only $5.00 when you register for a one year term. Offer valid for new customers only, limited to a total of three domains.

https://www.register.com/promo/domai...ebsite-v2.rcmx

If that link doesn't work, google "register.com sale". They do try to upsell you, but not nearly as bad as godaddy. I snatched up a couple of domains, said no to all the upsells and already updated my nameservers. When I can, I will move them to my own registry where I get all the domain protection free. You can use a credit card or PayPal.
#$200 #domains #registercom
  • Profile picture of the author WhiteDove
    Thank you for the information, I appreciate it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Anton095
    There as 5 $ price, wny not only 2$?
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    • Profile picture of the author MariusPrice
      Thanks so much, even $5 is better than $10

      Marius
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      • Profile picture of the author aaallday2010
        UPDATE: Register.com is a sham.

        After the first year of paying $5, they charge you $38 per year thereafter!!

        $38 for one .com domain? That's unheard of.

        Not only that, but while ordering, you have to be very careful. They will automatically add things to your order very sneakily, like a "professional email address" for an extra $35 per year. I never clicked on that.

        They also added something else for an extra $9, which I never asked for.

        It's one thing for a company to have a sale and increase their business, it's another when they lure you in with a great price, only to automatically add things to your order without permission.

        I don't like when companies do that and as a result, register.com has completely lost my business.

        Those money hungry loons can scam someone else, but not me.
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        • Profile picture of the author john_kennedy
          Originally Posted by aaallday2010 View Post

          UPDATE: Register.com is a sham.

          After the first year of paying $5, they charge you $38 per year thereafter!!

          $38 for one .com domain? That's unheard of.

          Not only that, but while ordering, you have to be very careful. They will automatically add things to your order very sneakily, like a "professional email address" for an extra $35 per year. I never clicked on that.

          They also added something else for an extra $9, which I never asked for.

          It's one thing for a company to have a sale and increase their business, it's another when they lure you in with a great price, only to automatically add things to your order without permission.

          I don't like when companies do that and as a result, register.com has completely lost my business.

          Those money hungry loons can scam someone else, but not me.
          They have been charging that for years. After 60 days you can move your domain to another registrar. They do try to upsell you stuff (I mentioned that in my OP) but you do NOT have to buy any of it. They are certainly not as bad as upselling as godaddy! Since when is an upsell a scam? You just need to pay more attention to what you are doing when buying products and services.
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          • Profile picture of the author aaallday2010
            Originally Posted by john_kennedy View Post

            They have been charging that for years. After 60 days you can move your domain to another registrar. They do try to upsell you stuff (I mentioned that in my OP) but you do NOT have to buy any of it. They are certainly not as bad as upselling as godaddy! Since when is an upsell a scam? You just need to pay more attention to what you are doing when buying products and services.
            Maybe "scam" was too harsh a word, but I should be the one adding things to my order not them.

            Thanks John for the info.
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  • Profile picture of the author aaallday2010
    It's $5, not $2. Still a good deal though.
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  • Profile picture of the author john_kennedy
    It was $2 this morning. I bought 2 domains, paid $4. It does say LIMITED TIME OFFER, so if you snooze you lose. But, $5 is better than a sharp stick in the eye.
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