Never pay $12 for a domain again! Here's a little trick.

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I found this trick last week on a SEO forum. There's a browser extension called "Honey" that can get you a domain name on Godaddy for $1.17. See it for yourself: http://i.imgur.com/JjKtGAs.png.

Here's a little step-by-step how to:

1.- Go to Honey to download and install the extension.
2.- Go to godaddy and pick your domain/domains and go to the checkout page like you normally would
http://i.imgur.com/qdCdEfX.png
3.- If you installed the extension correctly, you should see that orange button at the buttom that says "find savings", click it and the magic will be done.
http://i.imgur.com/hHh4QLO.png
4.- Wait until it test all the coupon codes and gives you the best one
http://i.imgur.com/gybSYT1.png
5.- Buy it

I'm not affiliated with the extension developers and I copied most of the instructions over from the SEO forum. Just want to make my first post here a helpful one.
#$12 #domain #pay #trick
  • Profile picture of the author Social App Zone
    I wonder if it works on pizza coupons?
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    Sounds pretty cool. Will have to take a look
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    • Profile picture of the author David Burnett
      Wow that seems awesome I'll have to go check it out thanks for the post!
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  • Profile picture of the author Social App Zone
    It is a neat idea. I thought it was a coupon generator for a minute., but it is sourcing valid coupons.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    Cool deal, but it's from Godaddy, I rather pay $10 at Namecheap :p

    Does it work for other stuff?
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    • Profile picture of the author Social App Zone
      Originally Posted by Alex Blades View Post

      Cool deal, but it's from Godaddy, I rather pay$10 at Namecheap :p

      Does it work for other stuff?

      Currently supported sites (Sorry I could not post a link for this):

      1800flowers.com
      6pm.com
      abebooks.com
      accorhotels.com
      acehardware.com
      ae.com
      aeropostale.com
      alssports.com
      amazon.com
      amazon.ca
      amazon.co.uk
      amyadele.com
      anntaylor.com
      armaniexchange.com
      ashford.com
      asianfoodgrocer.com
      asos.com
      athleta.com
      avon.com
      backyardocean.com
      ballarddesigns.com
      bambeco.com
      bananarepublic.com
      barnesandnoble.com
      baronbob.com
      bathandbodyworks.com
      bcbg.com
      beauty.com
      bestbuy.com
      beyondblossoms.com
      bloomingdales.com
      bluenile.com
      bodybuilding.com
      bonton.com
      brookstone.com
      butterflyphoto.com
      buydig.com
      cabelas.com
      cafepress.com
      calvinklein.com
      carsons.com
      carters.com
      casa.com
      champssports.com
      charlotterusse.com
      claires.com
      clinique.com
      coldwatercreek.com
      compuvest.com
      cookieskids.com
      cosabella.com
      costco.com
      crateandbarrel.com
      crocs.com
      cubavera.com
      cvs.com
      delias.com
      dell.com
      designsbystephene.com
      destinationmaternity.com
      diapers.com
      dickssportinggoods.com
      dockers.com
      dominos.com
      dormify.com
      drugstore.com
      dsw.com
      ecampus.com
      ediblearrangements.com
      efurnituremart.com
      ems.com
      espow.com
      etoys.com
      express.com
      fandango.com
      fao.com
      finejewelers.com
      finishline.com
      forever21.com
      fossil.com
      frenchconnection.com
      frontgate.com
      ftd.com
      funslurp.com
      gamestop.com
      gap.com
      garden.com
      giggle.com
      glassesusa.com
      gnc.com
      godaddy.com
      godiva.com
      gohastings.com
      gojane.com
      groupon.com
      guitarcenter.com
      gymboree.com
      gypsywarrior.com
      hayneedle.com
      homedepot.com
      hotels.com
      hottopic.com
      hp.com
      ice.com
      isabellaoliver.com
      jcpenney.com
      jcrew.com
      jewelry.com
      joann.com
      jomadeals.com
      juicycouture.com
      justdeals.com
      karmaloop.com
      kennethcole.com
      kikkerland.com
      kirklands.com
      kmart.com
      kohls.com
      konasports.com
      lastcall.com
      lego.com
      lenovo.com
      livingsocial.com
      llbean.com
      loehmanns.com
      loft.com
      logitech.com
      lowes.com
      lulus.com
      macconnection.com
      maccosmetics.com
      macys.com
      magazines.com
      makari.com
      mattel.com
      menswearhouse.com
      metrostyle.com
      michaels.com
      musiciansfriend.com
      naturalskinshop.com
      neimanmarcus.com
      newegg.com
      nike.com
      nordstrom.com
      obaz.com
      officedepot.com
      officemax.com
      oldnavy.com
      origin.com
      osh.com
      otterbox.com
      ouidad.com
      overstock.com
      pacsun.com
      panasonic.com
      papajohns.com
      paulayoung.com
      perfumania.com
      perryellis.com
      petsmart.com
      piperlime.com
      pizzahut.com
      potterybarn.com
      potterybarnkids.com
      puma.com
      radioshack.com
      reebok.com
      restorationhardware.com
      rosettastone.com
      saksfifthavenue.com
      scarves.com
      sears.com
      sears.ca
      searsoutlet.com
      sephora.com
      sharkstores.com
      shoemall.com
      shoes.com
      shopbop.com
      shopcasio.com
      shutterfly.com
      skullcandy.com
      snapfish.com
      soap.com
      sperrytopsider.com
      sportsauthority.com
      stamps.com
      stauer.com
      stevemadden.com
      superdry.com
      tanga.com
      target.com
      teleflora.com
      thelimited.com
      thenorthface.com
      thinkgeek.com
      threadless.com
      threadsence.com
      ties.com
      tigerdirect.com
      tillys.com
      toms.com
      toshibadirect.com
      toysrus.com
      travelocity.com
      ulta.com
      urbanoutfitters.com
      vans.com
      victoriassecret.com
      virgin-atlantic.com
      vitaminshoppe.com
      wag.com
      walgreens.com
      wayfair.com
      westelm.com
      wetseal.com
      wilsonsleather.com
      windsorstore.com
      wolfcamera.com
      woot.com
      zales.com
      zappos.com
      zazzle.com
      zulily.com
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    • Profile picture of the author grassegg
      It's supposed to work on hundreds of sites but the only other site I've tried it on is Home Depot and it saved me $10.
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    • Profile picture of the author PaidAllDay
      Originally Posted by Alex Blades View Post

      Cool deal, but it's from Godaddy, I rather pay $10 at Namecheap :p

      Does it work for other stuff?
      Agreed, namecheap gives free whois protection something that GoDaddy charges an insane amount of money for. It's been a long time since I even looked at buying a domain through GoDaddy but I believe they charge more for this than the domain itself.
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    • Profile picture of the author Geri Richmond
      Yes, it covers over 100 stores online including Amazon, Best Buy, Target etc. Why are you so down on GoDaddy? I have used them for 3 years and never had a problem. Just curious.
      I did a blog post and a video on Honey. The video is on YouTube under Want a Cheap Domain Name? Go check it out. It's really cool.
      Geri Richmond
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    • Profile picture of the author rwbovee
      This sounds like a great idea to save $10 on every domain name you purchase. It adds up.
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    The only downside is you need to use GoDaddy

    No thanks. They are horrible.
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    • Profile picture of the author Social App Zone
      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      The only downside is you need to use GoDaddy

      No thanks. They are horrible.
      But there is victoriassecret.com and lego.com Everything a grown man needs for a rainy day.
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      • Profile picture of the author WillR
        Originally Posted by Social App Zone View Post

        But there is victoriassecret.com
        Oh, well that's ok then.
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        • Profile picture of the author bobfromca
          Thanks for the share! This will save me time on GoDaddy... every time I go to renew domains or buy new ones I do a Google search for GoDaddy coupons and then sit there and copy and paste codes in shopping cart until one takes.

          I never pay more than $9 for new or renewals on GoDaddy - and usually less than $7.

          I'll try this plugin and see how it works... and hopefully save on GoDaddy and some of the other sites I use. Thanks!
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          • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
            As an affiliate referring people to sites then they use this addon.

            Would that be them taking the commission then?

            As they reload they page and set another cookie - right?

            Is it fair? Legal for them to do so?
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            • Profile picture of the author bobfromca
              Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

              As an affiliate referring people to sites then they use this addon.

              Would that be them taking the commission then?

              As they reload they page and set another cookie - right?

              Is it fair? Legal for them to do so?
              Interesting thought.

              What would be inventive is if they were able to substitute their affiliate ID or add their affiliate ID and earn commission... wonder if that is possible to do?

              I just tried the plugin again. Went to HomeDepot.com put an air compressor in cart $159. Ran plugin and saved $10. I should test it on one of my affiliate links and see if my ID stays during checkout.
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            • Profile picture of the author grassegg
              Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

              As an affiliate referring people to sites then they use this addon.

              Would that be them taking the commission then?

              As they reload they page and set another cookie - right?

              Is it fair? Legal for them to do so?
              I just tested it with my own affiliate code and it did not interfere with it. Doesn't look like it's dropping any cookies either.
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      • Profile picture of the author tritrain
        Originally Posted by Social App Zone View Post

        But there is victoriassecret.com and lego.com Everything a grown man needs for a rainy day.

        Mmmm build your own babe out of legos and cloth her in Victoria's Secret....mmmmm.


        But seriously, the extension sounds pretty cool
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      • Profile picture of the author bwh1
        LOL

        Originally Posted by Social App Zone View Post

        But there is victoriassecret.com
        OK, that's a winner BUT

        and lego.com

        Everything a grown man needs for a rainy day.
        Are you sure

        There are two or three other things that a grown man likes more then Lego IMO
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    • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      The only downside is you need to use GoDaddy

      No thanks. They are horrible.
      Well you could register with them, wait a few months and then transfer to NameCheap. When you transfer they will add an additional year to the registration so it's like you got one year for a dollar from GoDaddy and the other year for the full price from NameCheap
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    • Profile picture of the author smodha
      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      The only downside is you need to use GoDaddy

      No thanks. They are horrible.
      If you're using godaddy for domain name registrations then this is a great money saving solution. You can always transfer the details over to another host i.e not godaddy.
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    • Profile picture of the author Meharis
      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      The only downside is you need to use GoDaddy

      No thanks. They are horrible.

      I agree with you, but...
      You can register with them and transfer later on
      to your favorite registrar and save $$$.

      Meharis
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    I tested it out on Godaddy, and it did find a 99 cent coupon code, I wont be using it for Godaddy, but it will be useful on other sites I buy from, cool lil tool
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  • Profile picture of the author bobfromca
    Just downloaded and tried it on Macys.com for a random polo shirt on sale for 19.99 - Honey plugin found a coupon for and additional $3 off the already discounted sales price bringing it to $16.99. This plugin is great! Thanks again for share!
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  • Profile picture of the author socialsignals
    if you want a really really cheap new domain, use a subdomain for a domain you already own, as google treats them as separate domains
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  • Profile picture of the author Gengis
    Wow pretty cool man, thanks a lot!
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  • Profile picture of the author jivens
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    That's a pretty sweet trick man. Now if Godaddy would only quit pounding me with upsells and downsells.

    I guess that's why they make so much money though.

    I've also used Namesilo and they only charge $8.99 for .coms and no more. They have free privacy too.

    I'm not affiliated with Namesilo but I love them
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  • Profile picture of the author AJMontoya
    You can also check out eBates. Same type of thing, only they give you coupons to use discounts on all sorts of websites, including GoDaddy, and they also give you cash back on your purchases. I use coupons to get domains for $4 on GoDaddy and get 7% cash back on my purchases. If you buy a lot of domains like I do, the savings start to add up
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      • Profile picture of the author David Burnett
        Wow I just tried it, this works on a ton of sites thank you!
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        • Profile picture of the author substance
          I think I should get that too. I paid $14.99 just now at ipage for an .info domain.

          Grrr.....

          Edit: By the way, I just tried the extension and It is great for shopping.

          I love you guys...:-D
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          • Profile picture of the author mrdomains
            Thanks for taking the time to post the info, but I would never buy anything from GoDaddy. Ever.
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  • Profile picture of the author Devin X
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    Ehhhh why not ditch Godaddy and get your domains from 1&1? .99 cents (15/yr) includes icann fees and private registration. Can't beat it.
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    That's gangsta dude.

    One love to Tony
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
    $1.17 for a domain name is great, but using GoDaddy for anything is a travesty.
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    • Profile picture of the author DubDubDubDot
      Originally Posted by Curtis2011 View Post

      but using GoDaddy for anything is a travesty.
      Why?

      What is going to happen if someone registers a domain there?

      Please be specific, because at my peak I had 600+ domains there and not a single complaint from me. They have gotten five figures from me over the years.
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  • Profile picture of the author Social App Zone
    The thing to be careful of with this is geographical based codes. I used a Pizza Hut coupon code to order a delivery on-line. The problem was the code was for a city about 300 miles away. I got a call from the store manager asking me to explain where I got it from...

    ...ummm. I was there on business?
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      thank you for share with us.it really helps.
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    Thank you for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Clark
    New domains at 1&1.com are $0.99 or £0.99 from 1&1.co.uk for first year (bargain) then from $9.99 thereafter, only £2.99 in the UK. All good value.
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    • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
      Originally Posted by Paul Clark View Post

      New domains at 1&1.com are $0.99 or £0.99 from 1&1.co.uk for first year (bargain) then from $9.99 thereafter, only £2.99 in the UK. All good value.
      After my experience with 1&1, I avoid them at all costs. I wouldn't even touch them with your barge pole.

      Glenn
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      • Profile picture of the author grassegg
        Originally Posted by Glenn Leader View Post

        After my experience with 1&1, I avoid them at all costs. I wouldn't even touch them with your barge pole.

        Glenn
        +1. I had to use 1&1 last year because of a client. Nearly punched a hole through my laptop.
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      • Profile picture of the author celente
        Originally Posted by Glenn Leader View Post

        After my experience with 1&1, I avoid them at all costs. I wouldn't even touch them with your barge pole.

        Glenn
        correct, we have all learnt the hard way it seems in this thread.

        Its almost turning into a support group for us. LOL.
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      • Profile picture of the author mariambowe
        Man I tried it, best thing since slice bread, now I don't have to google for coupon codes all the time. Great job and the thank you's in your thread aren't enough. Thank this guy.
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      • Profile picture of the author jaredibook
        My pc says it's installed but no orange button appearing after clicking checkout button on Godaddy. Anyone have the same problem ? and if so how did you fix it? Any ideas appreciated. Also will this still work even if you are trying to register multiple domains one after another? Thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author kristpboye
        I use this whenever I have to get a domain. I was surprised how much it saved me the last time I registered a domain.
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    it works buddy
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  • Profile picture of the author leoghi1982
    Good! Thanks a lot!
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
    This is some good information. But when you copy posts from other forums, you should at least give them credit
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  • Profile picture of the author Raydal
    Human nature. I just love it!

    A tool is shared that can be used to buy at hundreds of
    vendors with GoDaddy given as ONE example and the
    thread turns into a GoDaddy bashing thread. Why not
    enjoy the rose rather than see the thorns?

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    • Profile picture of the author Pilotben
      Originally Posted by Raydal View Post

      Human nature. I just love it!

      A tool is shared that can be used to buy at hundreds of
      vendors with GoDaddy given as ONE example and the
      thread turns into a GoDaddy bashing thread. Why not
      enjoy the rose rather than see the thorns?

      -Ray Edwards
      Makes me smile.

      Thank you for the cool tool. I'll be using this one for sure. Never thought about the domain transfer to namecheap though. I'll be doing that from now on. Thank you very much.
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    • Profile picture of the author happyifthi
      Originally Posted by Raydal View Post

      Human nature. I just love it!

      A tool is shared that can be used to buy at hundreds of
      vendors with GoDaddy given as ONE example and the
      thread turns into a GoDaddy bashing thread. Why not
      enjoy the rose rather than see the thorns?

      -Ray Edwards
      This is indeed a gem and I hope guys see the other side as well...lets talk about Honey!!!! No need to keep bashing on something...if you need to - start a new topic on it to weigh the pros and cons...I use Godaddy and thats about it... I have not gone into the deep depths of Godaddy so i will not comment.
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  • Profile picture of the author RobinInTexas
    Has anyone confirmed that there is no risk using it? You are entering confidentiai information when you check out
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
    I wont use it with godaddy, but it looks like a pretty cool tool.
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    Didn't find a discount for Godaddy for me, but overall it is pretty impressive.Pictures on my blog.
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  • Profile picture of the author cooler1
    Does this plugin work for GoDaddy domain renewels or only newly registered domains?
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  • Profile picture of the author wakeforce139
    I don't have any problem with GoDaddy, I use them for some of my domain registrations and nothing else. Just point them at my own hosting and that's the end of my involvement with them.

    Am I missing something?
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    • Profile picture of the author pdrs
      Originally Posted by wakeforce139 View Post

      I don't have any problem with GoDaddy, I use them for some of my domain registrations and nothing else. Just point them at my own hosting and that's the end of my involvement with them.

      Am I missing something?
      I was going to ask this as well, I've found some great coupons with them, i've never had a single issue that I can think of... their domain management is easy and intuitive.

      I've only ever received one phone call, and that actually saved me a bit of cash on a purchase I was going to be making.

      I guess maybe the renewals are a bit expensive?
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      • Profile picture of the author wakeforce139
        Originally Posted by pdrs View Post

        I was going to ask this as well, I've found some great coupons with them, i've never had a single issue that I can think of... their domain management is easy and intuitive.

        I've only ever received one phone call, and that actually saved me a bit of cash on a purchase I was going to be making.

        I guess maybe the renewals are a bit expensive?
        Yeah renewals is the only thing I can think of, but any website I hold onto for more than a year and plan to actually renew better be making more than the renewal fee or I'm an idiot. Also I usually transfer them out so that isn't a problem.
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      that's my thoughts too
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  • Profile picture of the author misteeque
    Looks like a good deal!! I also heard of an offer from networkSolutions where they were giving away .com domains only for .75 cents (first year). Not sure if it still works.
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  • Profile picture of the author Meharis
    Originally Posted by grassegg View Post

    I found this trick last week on a SEO forum. There's a browser extension called "Honey" that can get you a domain name on Godaddy for $1.17. See it for yourself: http://i.imgur.com/JjKtGAs.png.

    Here's a little step-by-step how to:

    1.- Go to Honey to download and install the extension.
    2.- Go to godaddy and pick your domain/domains and go to the checkout page like you normally would
    http://i.imgur.com/qdCdEfX.png
    3.- If you installed the extension correctly, you should see that orange button at the buttom that says "find savings", click it and the magic will be done.
    http://i.imgur.com/hHh4QLO.png
    4.- Wait until it test all the coupon codes and gives you the best one
    http://i.imgur.com/gybSYT1.png
    5.- Buy it

    I'm not affiliated with the extension developers and I copied most of the instructions over from the SEO forum. Just want to make my first post here a helpful one.

    grassegg,

    I have a better deal...
    Purchase your domain from 1&1 for $.99
    Transfer the domain to Name Cheap for $4.95 (Includes 1 extra year)
    Total Cost: $2.97 and your domain is valid for 2 years.

    Meharis
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    • Profile picture of the author Geri Richmond
      Um, $1.17 + 1.17 = $2.34 and that would be for 2 years. You can, also buy a domain name for up to 5 years and Honey will give you the cheapest price.
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    • Profile picture of the author nmcc
      Originally Posted by Meharis View Post

      grassegg,

      I have a better deal...
      Purchase your domain from 1&1 for $.99
      Transfer the domain to Name Cheap for $4.95 (Includes 1 extra year)
      Total Cost: $2.97 and your domain is valid for 2 years.

      Meharis
      Cool, now all we need is to automate it!
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaolinsteve
    Very interesting. Shall be keeping this if it comes across handy one day.

    Appreciate it.
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  • Profile picture of the author phowell23
    Cool, it worked. Thanks, saves me time from having to dig around and find a Godaddy coupon code. Got a new .com for $0.99
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    Wow... Super.. Really a very good share.. thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Geri Richmond
    Originally Posted by grassegg View Post

    I found this trick last week on a SEO forum. There's a browser extension called "Honey" that can get you a domain name on Godaddy for $1.17. See it for yourself: http://i.imgur.com/JjKtGAs.png.

    Here's a little step-by-step how to:

    1.- Go to Honey to download and install the extension.
    2.- Go to godaddy and pick your domain/domains and go to the checkout page like you normally would
    http://i.imgur.com/qdCdEfX.png
    3.- If you installed the extension correctly, you should see that orange button at the buttom that says "find savings", click it and the magic will be done.
    http://i.imgur.com/hHh4QLO.png
    4.- Wait until it test all the coupon codes and gives you the best one
    http://i.imgur.com/gybSYT1.png
    5.- Buy it

    I'm not affiliated with the extension developers and I copied most of the instructions over from the SEO forum. Just want to make my first post here a helpful one.
    WOW!! This is a great first post. Thank you for all the info. This will be helpful to many people. I'm copying this to notepad and will try it out soon. Wonder if this will continue. As the word spreads, GoDaddy may just shut this down. Hope they don't.
    Thanks again,
    geririchmond.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Gram
    I wonder if this works for Godaddy Auction purchases? Many coupon codes don't.
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    I will be damned why people are slamming Godaddy, I have had nothing but good service from them. They always take care of any issues that may crop up. Like canceling my purchase if I screw up and buy the wrong thing.

    The only bitch is I bid on an auction and no one else bid on it, I had screwed up and bid on a .us domain and did n't really want it. Nothing i could do about it and I had to pay. Buit that was my fault.

    So, here is a vote for Godaddy. Name cheap was nothing but a pain in the ass for me. I let them expire and never bought anything from them again.
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  • Profile picture of the author StuartMcMinigal
    Nice little trick, I have a few domains I need to buy later for some clients, I'll report back any issues
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  • Profile picture of the author alexjer12
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    Just tried it is working with godaddy.thank you
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    Will check it out soon. Thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author Brian Tayler
    I love the idea of Honey. I've had it installed on my browser for 2 years. Unfortunately I have yet for it to find a SINGLE deal. Maybe I'm just unlucky.
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  • Profile picture of the author PMSDaddy
    Thanks grassegg for sharing the info. Just saved $25 on lawn mower from Lowes.com today.
    No more hunting and searching for coupon codes manually anymore.
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    Small problem, while going through the codes, it found one for $0.99. when it ends up I have one for $2.99, so what happened to the $0.99 one?

    So I went and deleted the domain and started again. I got to the $0.99 code and quickly clicked to pay, but when it got to the next page my cost was $11.99, not $0.99. So I give up. Doesn't look like it works as well as it sounded.
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    • Profile picture of the author Geri Richmond
      It does work! Try clicking the "Find Savings"button a second time. It might end up cheaper. I got a .com domain name for $1.17.
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    • Profile picture of the author grassegg
      Originally Posted by timpears View Post

      Small problem, while going through the codes, it found one for $0.99. when it ends up I have one for $2.99, so what happened to the $0.99 one?

      So I went and deleted the domain and started again. I got to the $0.99 code and quickly clicked to pay, but when it got to the next page my cost was $11.99, not $0.99. So I give up. Doesn't look like it works as well as it sounded.
      Sounds like a bug. You should report it to the developer so they can fix it for everyone else too.
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  • Profile picture of the author amarchugg
    Wow, that was pretty awesome! Will definitely check this out!!
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    That's cool... will check it out... where the heck was this a few years ago?
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    Thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mitch Barber
    Originally Posted by grassegg View Post

    I found this trick last week on a SEO forum. There's a browser extension called "Honey" that can get you a domain name on Godaddy for $1.17. See it for yourself: http://i.imgur.com/JjKtGAs.png.

    Here's a little step-by-step how to:

    1.- Go to Honey to download and install the extension.
    2.- Go to godaddy and pick your domain/domains and go to the checkout page like you normally would
    http://i.imgur.com/qdCdEfX.png
    3.- If you installed the extension correctly, you should see that orange button at the buttom that says "find savings", click it and the magic will be done.
    http://i.imgur.com/hHh4QLO.png
    4.- Wait until it test all the coupon codes and gives you the best one
    http://i.imgur.com/gybSYT1.png
    5.- Buy it

    I'm not affiliated with the extension developers and I copied most of the instructions over from the SEO forum. Just want to make my first post here a helpful one.
    Just did it on a domain renewal and it saved me $4 - cool!
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    • Profile picture of the author grassegg
      Originally Posted by Mitch Barber View Post

      Just did it on a domain renewal and it saved me $4 - cool!
      Nice! Didn't know it works for Godaddy's UK site too.
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  • Profile picture of the author ibesmanicanbe
    Interesting, definitely worth playing around with at some point this week.
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  • Thats a great idea for an extension! I wonder if it will save you money on expired domains that you buy at auction or any other domains you buy at auction. Thanks for sharing!
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  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    I tried all that and it usually doesn't work for me. Regardless, I usually don't pay more than .99 for a domain. If you search hard enough, there is always a way to get it.
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  • Profile picture of the author soflasol
    Thank you for Sharing, just purchased my first domain
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    This is really useful! Thanks for the post
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    Thanks for the great post it's always great to save money
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  • Profile picture of the author Rits
    This is awesome. No more manually searching for coupons :p I'll never use godaddy, but I'm sure there are tons of sites I will use it on.

    Edit: To add to this post. Saved $6 extra at bodybuilding just now It finds all the promo codes and then tests them to find the lowest price. I figured it would just list them for you to try.
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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    huh, will let me give you even a better trick

    The extension will apply for you a discount on bunch of sites (using coupons only) which has its limitation. It would never be applicable on the major online retailers ( or even domain name registrars and hosting companies )

    I own a cash back website where we offer live coupons and cash back in over 2500 store (including godaddy, hostgator,namecheap, and hundred of other website services), I don't see how this extension can offer a better value to customer.

    I personally considered a similar extension to our website over a year ago but I back out because the extension would be rejected for most of online stores ( due to the fact that a user must download the extension ) and this is why bigger cash back sites are who own similar extensions can't offer rebate or even coupons for big brand names.

    The extension might be popular but with online shoppers getting to know more and more about how to save money when you shop online, they would think twice before installing similar extension (the extension will prevent the user from earning any cash back since they the extension owner is not sharing the commission back with the use )
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    • Profile picture of the author grassegg
      Originally Posted by onegoodman View Post

      huh, will let me give you even a better trick

      The extension will apply for you a discount on bunch of sites (using coupons only) which has its limitation. It would never be applicable on the major online retailers ( or even domain name registrars and hosting companies )

      I own a cash back website where we offer live coupons and cash back in over 2500 store (including godaddy, hostgator,namecheap, and hundred of other website services), I don't see how this extension can offer a better value to customer.

      I personally considered a similar extension to our website over a year ago but I back out because the extension would be rejected for most of online stores ( due to the fact that a user must download the extension ) and this is why bigger cash back sites are who own similar extensions can't offer rebate or even coupons for big brand names.

      The extension might be popular but with online shoppers getting to know more and more about how to save money when you shop online, they would think twice before installing similar extension (the extension will prevent the user from earning any cash back since they the extension owner is not sharing the commission back with the use )
      I tried this extension with my Ebates account and it looks like it does not interfere with cashback. The extension doesn't appear to drop any affiliate cookies at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author mcgrathcullin
    Thank you soo much, this is awesome!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author sunnysmiles
    thanks for sharing! That's a pretty cool app! Won't be using it for godaddy though! But surely for amazon!
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    Wow, thank you very much. Useful trick.
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    a great share, time to go shoping.
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    Wow, cool, thanks bro.
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    Dude, this is really useful. much appreciated
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    i should have come here earlier. could have saved money will remember it
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnZ7
    This is an awesome extension. Thanks for sharing!
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  • Profile picture of the author DFTskillz
    This looks fantastic, it looks like it is supported on a lot of sites too! A great find thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author kostenlose
    Yeah Gd and Namecheap have gotten expensive in the last year. One option I've been using lately is TheCheapster.com. .COM's are only $8.99 all the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author ninatsa
    thank you, great share
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  • Profile picture of the author usfemail
    I use this whenever I have to get a domain. I was surprised how much it saved me the last time I registered a domain.
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    • Profile picture of the author serryjw
      Susan..When was the last time you used the 'trick'. What is the most number of domains you bought using this at one time?

      Thanks,
      Serry
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  • Profile picture of the author Simon Farmer
    Thanks for this. I've got my eye on about 30 domains right now so will come in handy
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  • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
    Man I tried it, best thing since slice bread, now I don't have to google for coupon codes all the time. Great job and the thank you's in your thread aren't enough. Thank this guy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kieran R
    That looks like a really great plug in, thanks for the share! It's hard to believe that Godaddy can make a profit selling domains for under 2 dollars.

    Not only Godaddy this would be good for, as I'm always searching the net for coupon codes for my Domino's pizzas!
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  • Profile picture of the author isadoregregory
    if you are talking of new Godaddy domains, buying them at that rate is really quite preposterous. there are loads of $1 code for new domains out there in the world wide web which you can use to get a new domain at a steal.
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  • Profile picture of the author NickGives
    This is AWESOME! Thanks!

    Oh BTW. I notices how the "test it out" button was an affiliate link to Amazon. Lol. But I am 100% happy to do that in return for the money I should save.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cason
    Wow that's really cool. I do this manually all the time, thanks for sharing!
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    AWESOME. I do this manually all the time. Thanks for sharing!
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    • Profile picture of the author grassegg
      Originally Posted by easternaga View Post

      I wonder if it still works:confused:
      Bought something today. Still works.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeekGuy
    Thanks a lot buddy for sharing! Keep sharing such type of tools
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  • Profile picture of the author cipango
    This is actually a cool addon. I'm sure though the best deal you get is a 30% off the domain name order. Makes it worth it when ordering several domains in one shot.
    I used to use proxies in order to find the best Godaddy Adwords offer around the globe. Right now they have a $0.99 sale in Europe around Germany/France. While it's $2.95 for the US. Just type Godaddy in Google and see the offer on top in the paid area.
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  • Profile picture of the author KingTIP
    That is a boss plug-in! Thank you for the share... whoever made this deserves a medal.
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  • Profile picture of the author thedanbrown
    UPDATE: I posted earlier and downloaded Honey. I've only used it so far at GoDaddy because I haven't found any deals at Amazon or anywhere else I shop online, but at GoDaddy I'm consistently getting domains for under $4 and even as low as $1.50

    Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author aljurians
    very cool trick ill try it
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    Cool Firefox extension. Just in time for my domain renewal. Thanks
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    Cool, thank you for your sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chirag
    Thanks for Sharing! That's awsome! Will give it a try next time I'm buying a domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeborahDera
    Does this work for renewals or just for new purchases?

    Originally Posted by grassegg View Post

    I found this trick last week on a SEO forum. There's a browser extension called "Honey" that can get you a domain name on Godaddy for $1.17. See it for yourself: http://i.imgur.com/JjKtGAs.png.

    Here's a little step-by-step how to:

    1.- Go to Honey to download and install the extension.
    2.- Go to godaddy and pick your domain/domains and go to the checkout page like you normally would
    http://i.imgur.com/qdCdEfX.png
    3.- If you installed the extension correctly, you should see that orange button at the buttom that says "find savings", click it and the magic will be done.
    http://i.imgur.com/hHh4QLO.png
    4.- Wait until it test all the coupon codes and gives you the best one
    http://i.imgur.com/gybSYT1.png
    5.- Buy it

    I'm not affiliated with the extension developers and I copied most of the instructions over from the SEO forum. Just want to make my first post here a helpful one.
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    • Profile picture of the author grassegg
      Originally Posted by DeborahDera View Post

      Does this work for renewals or just for new purchases?
      It works for renewals as well. The discount isn't as big but usually ~30% off.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrgoe
    this could come in handy, I`ll try it.. but godaddy gives out coupons that force you to checkout without paypal so it`s kinda of a pain in the ass..
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  • Profile picture of the author Pastorser
    Thanks for the trick, it sounds pretty cool. Will have to take a look today, because I need to buy a domain and was thinking to buy from godaddy.
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  • Profile picture of the author kameleon
    to get GoDaddy domain at low price you can simply enter into Google Search words like: 'GoDaddy coupon' or 'GoDaddy coupon codes'...

    this way I found one coupon code for GoDaddy .COM Domain for only $1.99...
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    Thanks for sharing this, it might be helpful one day
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    its vary useful information thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author easytim
    Grassegg,
    I just paid $1.17 for my last domain as well, but it was offered by GoDaddy at the top of the page as I was searching for a new domain name. After I first bought a domain from them they often offer discounts to me by email. If someone is searching for a domain at GoDaddy and they aren't offering an obvious discount, then you can just Google "GoDaddy discounts" and find some codes that will allow you to buy cheaper. Never pay retail!
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  • Profile picture of the author laracoates28
    Great.

    Just thinking about buying another domain and am gonna use this trick.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Kohler
    Thanks! Will take a look today.
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  • Profile picture of the author metworth
    My pc says it's installed but no orange button appearing after clicking checkout button on Godaddy. Anyone have the same problem ? and if so how did you fix it? Any ideas appreciated.
    Also will this still work even if you are trying to register multiple domains one after another?
    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author metworth
      Originally Posted by metworth View Post

      My pc says it's installed but no orange button appearing after clicking checkout button on Godaddy. Anyone have the same problem ? and if so how did you fix it? Any ideas appreciated.
      Also will this still work even if you are trying to register multiple domains one after another?
      Thanks
      Anyone help with this or having the same problem?
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  • Profile picture of the author metworth
    ok i got it to work on chrome but can't get any org's for under $12.50 even with honey
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  • Profile picture of the author amwarner
    nice to know. unfortunately it's with GoDaddy. Which means I would have to transfer the domain as soon as I get it to a different host. Which will cost me more than if I bought it from that host to begin with.

    Nope.
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    • Profile picture of the author DJL
      You might be missing the point here.
      1. Because you register a domain name at GoDaddy, there is no requirement to host it there.
      2. After 60 days, you may transfer domain name registration to any registrar of your choice, and some registrars give you a free one-year extension of your domain name when you transfer to them.
      Originally Posted by amwarner View Post

      nice to know. unfortunately it's with GoDaddy. Which means I would have to transfer the domain as soon as I get it to a different host. Which will cost me more than if I bought it from that host to begin with.

      Nope.
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      • Profile picture of the author randak
        This is very useful. Thank you for letting us know.
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  • Profile picture of the author pinkgorilla
    Thanks for sharing this!

    I see this works with a lot of sites, not just domain registrars. There's a lot of really good value deals for new customers to web hosts floating about right now. Really tempting!
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  • Profile picture of the author MTwrites
    It would have been really great if we can use this for Namecheap! But this is one cool tool and I love it, loads of savings on different stuff!
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  • Profile picture of the author ibarena
    Did this worked for ebay for anyone?

    Didn't worked for me. But it works in godaddy.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    nice! Thanks
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    nice trick, thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Malcolm Thomas
    Pretty neat trick that you managed to share but the fact of the matter is, if a person is NOT willing to invest a measly $12 to purchase a domain name, they are not cut out to be an entrepreneur and Internet Marketer.
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    • Profile picture of the author serryjw
      $12 for ONE domain isn't the issue. It saves a bunch when you buy hundreds of domains names.
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    Pretty cool extension, I will surely check it out shortly.
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  • Profile picture of the author absolutelee
    Honey is really cool! I buy a lot of domains, and it's saved me hundreds of dollars. Another idea is to just Google godaddy coupon code, or something like that. Not sure about here, but some other forums even have threads where people post codes. When Honey didn't work, I used that and I was still able to gt domains for two or three dollars.
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    Originally Posted by grassegg View Post

    I found this trick last week on a SEO forum. There's a browser extension called "Honey" that can get you a domain name on Godaddy for $1.17. See it for yourself: http://i.imgur.com/JjKtGAs.png.

    Here's a little step-by-step how to:

    1.- Go to Honey to download and install the extension.
    I had this on my last computer fbut forgot where to get it so have not had it for a while. Thanks for sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author koubain
    wonderful hack thanks
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  • I got a few renewals coming up to test this out on but from all the reviews I see nothing to lose... Thanx!
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    • Profile picture of the author serryjw
      Have YOU or ANYONE tried it in renewals not new regs?
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  • Profile picture of the author MonopolyOnline
    Not to be a downer, but I just went to install the Honey plugin.

    Their install notice reads (aka: you're agreeing to allow them to)...

    "It can Access your data on all websites"
    "Access your tabs and browsing activity"

    ... then you click "Add" to install.

    Just thought you should know. Is this app created by the NSA?
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    • Profile picture of the author Meharis
      Originally Posted by MonopolyOnline View Post

      Not to be a downer, but I just went to install the Honey plugin.

      Their install notice reads (aka: you're agreeing to allow them to)...

      "It can Access your data on all websites"
      "Access your tabs and browsing activity"

      ... then you click "Add" to install.

      Just thought you should know. Is this app created by the NSA?

      MonopolyOnline,

      I'm wondering how come my Anti-Virus, Malware & Spy detector are not reporting.
      I went to the Control Panel remove it but, I can't find it as a program.
      Suggestions?

      Meharis
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  • Profile picture of the author purpleon
    This is really great info and site . Thanks for sharing !!
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    • Profile picture of the author serryjw
      Feno....Thanks for codes. I have domains registered at GD and in auction...do you know if I can also list them at Sedo?
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  • Profile picture of the author RichardKhor
    Nice.

    I will go buy some domains that was in my mind
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  • Profile picture of the author charming boy
    They Have a List of supported websites
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  • Profile picture of the author thundergod
    This is quite a useful tool, who doesn't want to save a few bucks?
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  • Profile picture of the author cooler1
    What's the best price people have been able to get .com renewels using this?
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  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    I never pay more than $1 for a new domain unless it is something I can't do without. Just Google "Godaddy Coupons."
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  • Profile picture of the author shadowslayer
    Seems namecheap is not included...
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  • if we use honey extension we will not be able to pay with paypal.you have to usw credit card
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  • Profile picture of the author barbling
    For Godaddy Coupons, always visit the past page in this thread:

    https://www.namepros.com/577802-goda...codes-686.html

    Been using that now since, wow, the Middle Ages and it keeps working grand.
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    • Profile picture of the author armysmoke
      Originally Posted by barbling View Post

      For Godaddy Coupons, always visit the past page in this thread:

      https://www.namepros.com/577802-goda...codes-686.html

      Been using that now since, wow, the Middle Ages and it keeps working grand.
      Great share! I just used a code and bought a domain for 1.99.

      Also, Honey worked on PizzaHut too
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    Yeah, it works I am sure but I have used many and could only get $2 off.
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  • Profile picture of the author KishanS
    Has anyone got this to work outside USA?
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  • Profile picture of the author joekoffi
    Awesome! I'll have to check that out right this moment. Thanks for sharing
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    That's some real cool automation! Thanks for the share.
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  • Profile picture of the author Glynn Kosky
    cool tricks!
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  • Profile picture of the author ToonChooi Tan
    Nice cost saving tips. I just registered a nice .com domain for just $2.17 with Godaddy. It will be a very useful cost saving tool for those who want to save some money domain especially for new domain registration
    Thanks
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  • I admit I didn't read this whole thread so this might have been mentioned already, but if you contact your registrar and ask for a "supervisor" to discuss a better offer for volume buys they will work with you on price.

    Some have VIP discount packages and codes for their volume users. Ask them if they have VIP discounts. They'd rather keep you as a customer over having you move so they'll have something for you.

    Hosting providers as well.

    Obviously not useful for a single domain. I mean really, if you are looking to shave a couple cents off a single domain it's waste of time and partly the reason you are not making money to begin with.

    That last part isn't directed at anyone, just sayin'.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amelle
    Thanks for the share, very useful.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hodecker
    I read this post awhile back, and it was one of those days when I said, "why not give it a shot."

    Worked like a charm. Although it wouldn't let me check out with PayPal directly, I just used my PayPal Debit Card as a MasterCard.

    Nothing wrong with saving a few bucks. Thanks for the tip.
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  • Profile picture of the author howarddavidson
    Nice, thanks, this looks useful. I assume the extension has to read your tab information in order to work - it has to know what you're looking at in order to suggest relevant coupons.
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  • Profile picture of the author denizza
    When I saw the 25% discount, I think it's cheap, but i was not bought in, who ordered dear-fashion.com before, really need your experience.








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    wholesale lingerie/wholesale sexy bikinis/plus size clubwear
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  • Profile picture of the author grassegg
    Just want to report that Honey kept getting better over the years. They recently added a new cash-back feature called "HoneyGold". I haven't seen it work for domains yet but it would be pretty awesome if it did.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nexstair
    Correct.I have used it before.Works pretty well.But there is only credit card payment option for such rate.
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  • Profile picture of the author reachintan
    Hey,


    Thanks for such valuable information. Have checked out and it works wonders. Will share it with my friends as well.


    Thanks,
    Chintan
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  • Profile picture of the author eliteprime
    Great tips, thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author alaakhassa
    Very cool "trick"

    But you necessarely need a Credit Card.

    And you can't use one coupon more than once.


    But it solves a lot of problems




    For buying domains as low as it gets I heard that "Sedo" sell them for $9 with WHOIS Guard lifetime included free.
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  • Profile picture of the author jacksonWSA
    thanks to you that I get some cost savings when buying domain names
    thank you very much (^-^)
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