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$5.19 domain names @ Godaddy.com

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by mjewel, May 14, 2005.

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    I have no affliation with Godaddy but wanted to pass along a tip for anyone who is interested. I used it today, so I know it works.

    Godaddy is running a promotion that loweres doamins to $3.99 if you buy a non-domain product from them.

    The lowest price non-domain product is "Traffic Facts" which runs $1.95.
    SEMrush
    $3.99 Domain name
    $0.25 ICANN fee
    $1.95 Traffic Facts
    Enter in "David" for the Promo Code which takes a $1.00 off.

    Total Domain price = $5.19

    Since "Traffic Facts" is set up to auto-renew, you'll need to cancel the service or you will be charged $1.95 next month.

    This blog gives a real good explanation of how to go about it.


    Cancel Auto Renew
     
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    bloodwrath Active Member

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    Thanks for sharing, I just registered a new domain :)
     
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    #4

    I have to cast a vote for 1and1 too.

    tom
     
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    I'm currently using maddogdomains, they have an OK control panel, 6,99 if I recall correctly. Does 1and1.com offer a complete back end (DNS settup etc?)
     
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    Dio Well-Known Member

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    Bravenet are currently offering .coms at $4.97 - I've had a couple with them recently. At that price its a steal! :D
     
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    and with the high euro-dollar ratio, or low, from whatever side of the ocean you are looking at it, .COM's are very cheap for us here in europe :)
     
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    1&1 has been a hassle for people that want to sell or transfer away from them.
     
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    1and1 give u complete control for the domain
    • FREE! Unlimited e-mail forwarding
    • FREE! Domain forwarding & parking
    • FREE! Full DNS Management
    • Online account management
    • FREE! 24/7 phone and e-mail support
     
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    bloodwrath Active Member

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    ya but check out thier faq

    Domain Pricing Term Total Cost Price Per Yr 1 Year $14.95 ($14.95/year) 2 Years $27.90 ($13.95/year) 3 Years $38.85 ($12.95/year) 5 Years $54.75 ($10.95/year) 10 Years $89.50 ($8.95/year)
    they must have a deal right now
     
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    bloodwrath Active Member

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    i xfered a few domains to 1and1
    just had to send them a fax with my sig..
    not 2 much of a pain
     
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    I've been transfering domains to 1and1 from GoBaddy(had a negative experience with them), and 1and1 wants documentation to transfer to them. So, I guess as jbw said, they probly want much documentation to transfer away.

    In a way, I don't mind the extra security precautions, since it protects me and seems like real quality service for a regular low price.

    later,

    tom
     
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    People might find it crazy, but I keep all my domains with Tucows/Opensrs. It's $10 a domain, flat price. So far, no problems, ever. Over 6 years buying domains thru them. It indeed is a few extra bucks, and a lot when you have a couple hundred domains, running over couple of years. But, all said and done, I still find it worth. I am trouble free with OpenSRS. Anybody else a Tucows/OpenSRS fan out there ?
     
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    ya i had a domain with tucows.. moved it to 1and1
    i didnt like the lack of features and what i could/coudnt do with it
     
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    I am not affiliated with Tucows. But would love to know what you didn't like :)
     
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    .info domain names for $3.95 for the 1st year...idotz.net
     
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    Anyone that wants .info names , I can get them for you for $2.50, in your own account, your choice of an enom resellers or a directi one.
     
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    I bought my domain at www.registerfly.com


    Because I can pay by paypal with registerfly
     
    fabrice4004, May 25, 2005 IP