Register.com $0.99 Domains .COM .NET etc. upto 3 domains

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Just registered 3 .com for .99c each and even paid with paypal. Max 3 domains at .99c Use code: Reg099ql

Remember to remove auto renew and register for the first year only

I just reg 6 domains 3 on my name and 3 on my wife
#$099 #domains #net #registercom #upto
  • Profile picture of the author alamest
    when does it expires, is it on godaddy..
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  • Profile picture of the author TheProgrammer
    Originally Posted by theimdude View Post

    Just registered 3 .com for .99c each and even paid with paypal. Max 3 domains at .99c Use code: Reg099ql

    Remember to remove auto renew and register for the first year only

    I just reg 6 domains 3 on my name and 3 on my wife
    It looks like a great offer, but what will be the renewal price after the first year?
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    • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
      Originally Posted by TheProgrammer View Post

      It looks like a great offer, but what will be the renewal price after the first year?

      It's just $38.

      I challenge people to find a sh**tier deal on domains than that.
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      • Profile picture of the author Warrior X
        Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

        It's just $38.

        I challenge people to find a sh**tier deal on domains than that.
        You've got to be freaking kidding me. Highway robbery! I though you were joking, then I realized that sadly you weren't.
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        • Profile picture of the author theimdude
          Originally Posted by TrustedCopy View Post

          You've got to be freaking kidding me. Highway robbery! I though you were joking, then I realized that sadly you weren't.
          All you do is register the domains and transfer them 2 month before the renewal date. If you can afford it do it after 60 days. I just love some of the comment here. 3 .coms or .orgs etc for $3 and all people can think of is the negative part. register.com is one of the oldest registrar around so no scam and that is there renewal price.

          Think outside the box for a change people. Buy 3 domains for $3, build 3 micro niche sites and make some $$ flip them or something

          If you can't or don't want to renew them then dump the domains after 1 year but then you made some money and then instead of complaining you happy :rolleyes:
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          • Profile picture of the author Warrior X
            Originally Posted by theimdude View Post

            All you do is register the domains and transfer them 2 month before the renewal date. If you can afford it do it after 60 days. I just love some of the comment here. 3 .coms or .orgs etc for $3 and all people can think of is the negative part. register.com is one of the oldest registrar around so no scam and that is there renewal price.

            Think outside the box for a change people. Buy 3 domains for $3, build 3 micro niche sites and make some $$ flip them or something

            If you can't or don't want to renew them then dump the domains after 1 year but then you made some money and then instead of complaining you happy :rolleyes:
            are you happy now?

            It seems pretty well justified to call them out, if they're doing baloney like that. Some newbies who don't know better may get a surprise $114 bill when the domains auto-renew next year.
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            • Profile picture of the author theimdude
              Originally Posted by TrustedCopy View Post

              are you happy now?

              It seems pretty well justified to call them out, if they're doing baloney like that. Some newbies who don't know better may get a surprise $114 bill when the domains auto-renew next year.
              I am always happy. The cost to register a domain with register.com was always high so this will apply for the first year only. Godaddy always have .99c promotions but the next year is $14. That does not make them scammers but a business and if you as a business do some research and aware of these specials then use them. Make me wonder why I even bother to share on the forum about these specials as people always look for the bad instead of grabbing this opportunity to make some money
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            • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
              Originally Posted by TrustedCopy View Post

              are you happy now?

              It seems pretty well justified to call them out, if they're doing baloney like that. Some newbies who don't know better may get a surprise $114 bill when the domains auto-renew next year.
              You could always do what just did and un-check the auto-renew box.

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          • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
            Originally Posted by theimdude View Post

            Think outside the box for a change people. Buy 3 domains for $3, build 3 micro niche sites and make some $$ flip them or something
            I don't think that most people here are having a problem with thinking "outside the box", as you call it. For me, it's just that I don't want to be bothered with transferring a domain to a new registrar before a year is up, just so I can avoid getting charged $38 the next year for it.

            Saving what amounts to about two and a half cents a day on a domain (when comparing prices with Netfirms' $9.95 first year domain registration price) just isn't worth the hassle to me.
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            • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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              Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

              I don't think that most people here are having a problem with thinking "outside the box", as you call it. For me, it's just that I don't want to be bothered with transferring a domain to a new registrar before a year is up, just so I can avoid getting charged $38 the next year for it.

              Saving what amounts to about two and a half cents a day on a domain (when comparing prices with Netfirms' $9.95 first year domain registration price) just isn't worth the hassle to me.
              I'm guessing anyone who is worried about paying $38 a year later, or who can't be hassled to take 5 minutes out of the day to save $29 bucks isn't going to do much with the domains in the first place, so they probably shouldn't even waste the $0.99.
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            • Profile picture of the author JohnT6421
              Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

              I don't think that most people here are having a problem with thinking "outside the box", as you call it. For me, it's just that I don't want to be bothered with transferring a domain to a new registrar before a year is up, just so I can avoid getting charged $38 the next year for it.

              Saving what amounts to about two and a half cents a day on a domain (when comparing prices with Netfirms' $9.95 first year domain registration price) just isn't worth the hassle to me.

              but Your 5 Reply's .. all Negative - no Hint of a Thanks but , now that is Totally 'worth' the hassle..

              it's All Quite Clear.. You seem to find 'Value' in the diminishment or at the expense of someone or something else. - how was that , im avatar dude? - last thing really quick ... how much you want for them Yachts bruddah ??
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              • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
                Originally Posted by JohnT6421 View Post

                but Your 5 Reply's .. all Negative - no Hint of a Thanks but , now that is Totally 'worth' the hassle..

                it's All Quite Clear.. You seem to find 'Value' in the diminishment or at the expense of someone or something else. - how was that , im avatar dude? - last thing really quick ... how much you want for them Yachts bruddah ??

                I'm sorry to see that you're worked up about something I wrote over two years ago.
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          • Profile picture of the author Haroon Ballim
            Consider the fees that the registrar may levy on you for transferring .

            Originally Posted by theimdude View Post

            All you do is register the domains and transfer them 2 month before the renewal date. If you can afford it do it after 60 days. I just love some of the comment here. 3 .coms or .orgs etc for $3 and all people can think of is the negative part. register.com is one of the oldest registrar around so no scam and that is there renewal price.

            Think outside the box for a change people. Buy 3 domains for $3, build 3 micro niche sites and make some $$ flip them or something

            If you can't or don't want to renew them then dump the domains after 1 year but then you made some money and then instead of complaining you happy :rolleyes:
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      • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
        Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

        It's just $38.

        I challenge people to find a sh**tier deal on domains than that.

        I bought a 99 cent domain on Yahoo domains a while back, and forgot about it. It renewed for 28 dollars, so I tried to stop the auto renew so it wouldn't renew again, and it wouldn't let me unless I moved the domain to another registrar that very instant. I was pissed off
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        • Profile picture of the author JohnT6421
          Originally Posted by Alex Blades View Post

          I bought a 99 cent domain on Yahoo domains a while back, and forgot about it. It renewed for 28 dollars, so I tried to stop the auto renew so it wouldn't renew again, and it wouldn't let me unless I moved the domain to another registrar that very instant. I was pissed off


          Sh*t, I heard that Alex..

          I'm actually considering running for Office.. just so that I could slam the livin' #$% outta businesses that do these CRIMINAL shenanigans w/ the RECURRING Charge b.s. on individuals credit cards.. What the frick are our paid reps doing bout that any f'n how

          .... sry , IT MAKES ME LIVID!!
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      • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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        Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

        It's just $38.

        I challenge people to find a sh**tier deal on domains than that.
        Great reason not to go for .99 cent domains ...

        So, what if you forget that renewal is coming up and don't have time to transfer or they make it difficult to transfer out (which is likely with that kind of renewal fee)?

        Crazy. I'll stick with namecheap and know what my renewal fees are going to be.
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  • Profile picture of the author Warrior X
    Thanks for the share. Hey how is register.com anyway? In terms of support, easy transferring etc.

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  • Profile picture of the author Marketer Matt
    More details would be great. Especially on the renewal fees...
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  • Profile picture of the author BulletheadX
    Why the concern about the renewal fees? What's to stop you from registering it with somebody else next year? Am I missing something?
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  • Profile picture of the author billthelord
    I tried...a bunch of BS followed. Scam in my books.
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  • Profile picture of the author martinricky
    The offer is really gr8. But what I think may be its like you can have less charges for first year but after renewal of 1 year they make take cost ,,,, a huge big amount.
    Because how can any one give is such a low price.
    .COM domain can be as less as 7USD as I have done some research on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aswad
    Great offer. don't really care for the renewal because the upfront is very low for domain name. Test it for 1 year and if it generated income proceed with renewal.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shounenbat
    I don't think I'll be going to that site any time soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author silyavski
    Good info though, it sounds to me like: Do not do this! But if i could register 100 domains for that price and sell them for cheap before the year is gone, its a great deal.
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  • Profile picture of the author ueon
    thanks buddy, registering some soon
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  • Profile picture of the author Simon Ashari
    Reminds me of letters I used to get in the mail trying to get me to renew my domains for $65 each (no that isn't a typo). Needless to say, I declined their offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author NetVentures
    I just registered 3 domains today for under $3 total. Good deal from a long-standing company. However, it was funny to see how the domains were $0.99 for one year, but $70 for two years! Definitely will be transferring that domain within the next few months and have already set up reminders.

    As for the company itself, it seems that Register.com's back-end is all about the up-sell. Nothing I couldn't handle but it felt a bit less intuitive to manage the domains.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrshades
    If your low on money now this is an amazing deal... for real
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  • Profile picture of the author MrDay
    I grabbed mine from Register dot com for only (.50 cents).

    Just Google ---> cheap domain names. You'll see it.

    But if you don't want to use Register dot com, then use Godaddy. I grabbed one from them for only .99 cents the other day.

    Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    Register.com prices are crazy for renewal. I opened an account with them once for 99c domain but i am glad I got rid of it. unless you doing it for flipping sites, don't do it. would cost you more, and they are annoying for the transfer roles, I ended transfer my whole account to someone else because they refused to transfer the domain within the first 3 months ?!
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  • Profile picture of the author karlmay1980
    Simple to uncheck the auto renew and transfer when domain name up for renewal, do this to Godaddy at some point during the first 12 months and they give you 1 year free when the domain registry is up, and it cheaper than their usual price of 1 year domain registry so you save over the 2 years then, simple.
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  • Profile picture of the author blillard
    I never really took these kind of offers serious in the past but I think I might bite on this one to see for myself. Thanks for the code and tip to uncheck auto-renew. I'm sure a year domain for a buck wouldn't hurt much considering you did something with it. I only want to know what are the fee's to transfer to my registrar of choice would be?
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  • Profile picture of the author stevenjacobs
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    thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron C Farrow
    Thanks for sharing. Money's tight at the moment so its either a free sh#'**y service or this. Hobson's choice really.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron C Farrow
    Oops! Says for US and Canada only. Oh well....
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  • Godaddy is a vary bad company they will make it hard to transfer by fineprinting you. Just look at all the deceptive things they support. I have 0 domains with them.
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