Some expensive spring chickens and a cruise company were among last week’s end user domain name buyers at Sedo.
Here’s a selection of end user domain sales from Sedo last week:
A UK company called Spring Chicken Direct Limited bought SpringChicken.co.uk for a whopping 12,000 GBP.
Online game company Greentube Internet Entertainment bought Greentube.it for 1,500 GBP. Its website is greentube.com
IFN.com, which offers a toll free forwarding business, bought LiveAgent.co.uk for 1,100 GBP.
Viking Cruises, which does ocean and river cruises, bought VikingCruises.co.uk for 8,000 EUR.
San Antonio and Austin printing company Chile Media bought ChileMedia.com for $3,000. It has been using AddChile.com as its web address.
A Mark Monitor client bought BrandAlly.com for $750.
Advertising company Blvd Media Group dropped the hyphen from its domain, buying BlvdMedia.com for $1,750.
Entertainment company Discovery Communications bought HistoryStuff.com for $1,995.
GEA Group AG bought GEAGroup.co.in for 1,000 EUR. Its web address is GEAGroup.com.
Online gambling company Monte Carlo Ltd bought Casino5.com for $8,000.
The owner of San Francisco Bay area destination weddings company Holliday Weddings, bought TeamHoliday.com for $790.
New Economics Institute, which seeks to build a New Economy that prioritizes the well-being of people and the planet”, bought NewEconomy.net for $1,350.
Clothing company Next Plc has been busy at Sedo lately. It bought NextDirect.co.in for $1,500 and Next-uk.com for $1,599. Last week it bought Next-USA.com for $1,000.
Infragistics, a New Jersey development shop, bought MobileBusinessApps.com for $1,600.
O’Reilly Automotive Stores paid $3,995 for Orewards.com.
South African packaging company Mpact bought Mpact.com for $10,000. Its web address is mpact.co.za.