AOL bought a new brand for $3,300 and AFL-CIO PAC buys a campaign domain name

End user sales report includes some big names.

This week’s end user domain name sales report includes a purchase by AOL that’s likely for a new site and the Workers Voices PAC picking up a domain name for the upcoming campaign.


The Hangout, a restaurant in Gulf Shores, Alabama, bought for $4,479.

The owner of bought for $$21,288 and (a typo) for $1,245. The sale must have been through Afternic’s partnership with GoDaddy. (And apparently is doing quite well.)

Financial Planners Inc, owner of, bought for $1,800.

Florida’s Camp Frontier bought for $3,000.

Australian company CodeFire bought for $3,500 for a site connecting employers to coders. The company also owns

AOL paid $3,300 for Is it for a new blog?

A Mark Monitor client bought for $3,200.

A Coldwell Banker real estate agent bought her own name,, for $1,177.

Meanwhile, a Re/Max agent in Alabama bought for $4,000.

Political domain buy alert! AFL-CIO Workers Voice political action committee (PAC) bought for $4,588. (This was a good deal.)

The owner of bought for $2,488.

Tamara Freeze, an employment lawyer representing employees in wrongful termination, sexual harassment, discrimination, and disability accommodation, bought for $1,288.

Payment processing company Financial Transaction Services paid $4,999 for


Quantum Energy UK Ltd bought for 800 GBP.

Elite Water Pty Ltd, an Australian company, bought for 2,500 EUR.

The company that bought for $775 had better be really careful. You don’t mess with the seller of the best creamy jalapeno sauce in the world.


  1. Ron says

    About time end users start paying, was a cheap deal based on fees that a lawyer takes on suits, looks like a fixed buy bite you in the ass type sale.

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