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After expiry and deletion, when a domain become available again?

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by Mr.John90, Apr 15, 2016.

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    Hi every one,
    SEMrush
    I want to know that how much time after deletion a domain become available to everyone? First a domain expires and we have chance to renew it with regular price, then it get deleted, we still have chance to restore it by paying higher prices. But after how much time it become available to all others at a normal price?
     
    Mr.John90, Apr 15, 2016 IP
    SEMrush
  2. FPForum

    FPForum Notable Member

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    The drop cycle varies from one extension to another. For com/net it's 35 days from the expiration date when it will drop.
     
    FPForum, Apr 18, 2016 IP
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    after 15 days it will deleted it takes 40 days to drop domains
     
    naaveenkumar, Apr 24, 2016 IP
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    #4
    Your question is wrong.

    You think about the expiration,
    but you ask about the deletion.

    1. Expiration.

    2. Up to 45 days grace period.

    3. 30 days redemption period.

    4. 5 days pending delete.

    5. When the domain name is deleted,
    then it may be registered at once.

    But good domain names
    may be registered fast.
     
    Artisan, Apr 30, 2016 IP
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    Akansha Shukla Greenhorn

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    Every domain name registrar has their own rules. It's depend upon your domain name registrar. You can ask from your customer support help line.
     
    Akansha Shukla, May 2, 2016 IP