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  • 3 top domain registrars offering .com domains for under $3

    1. BY - Apr 26, 2012
    2. Domain Registrars
    3. 6 Comments

    Major registrars offering special discounts right now.

    I’ve written before about how Go Daddy, Network Solutions, and Register.com offer discounted registrations in Google ads for the term “domain name”.

    Both are pushing out special deals via other channels, too.

    Go Daddy just posted this link to its Twitter account. It’s good for a one domain name in a number of TLDs for just $2.49.

    Web.com’s two big registrars have similar deals going on right now. Register.com is offering $2.75 domain names (limit 3) if you use the coupon code Reg275ne. Network Solutions is offering one registration at $2.95 until tomorrow, but I can’t get the links in its emails to work.

    Of course, domainers don’t benefit much from these deals since they limit your registrations. But you may as well take advantage of them if you have some domains on your hand-register list.

6 Comments
  • DNplayground says:

    April 26, 2012 at 6:46 pm

    99 cents @register.com
    code: Reg099ql

    LIMITED TIME OFFER Use invitation code Reg099ql at check out to receive new .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, and .us domains for only $0.99 when you register for a one year term. Offer valid for new customers only, limited to a total of three domains. Upon expiration, all products will be renewed at the then current price.

  • Limited Time Offer – Spend 3 weeks arguing with registrar staff and filing ICANN complaints to get the auth codes.

  • This is a great offer! Thank you sharing.

  • “Spend 3 weeks arguing with registrar staff … to get the auth codes.”

    That is 100% correct.

    A deal is not a deal if you spend hours trying to get one domain out of an uncooperative registrar.

    They are counting on you paying $ 35. the following year.

  • $2.99 for .PRO domains at EnCirca until the end of May. No coupon required.

  • Limited Time Offer – Spend 3 weeks arguing with registrar staff and filing ICANN complaints to get the auth codes.

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