Big names buy domains: Under Armour, Mary Kay, SAP and more

Large companies snap up domain names at Sedo.

This week’s Sedo end user sales list is packed with big name end user buyers. Fortune 500 companies bought domains for under $2,000. The list follows.

You can view previous lists like this here. If you’d like to learn how to sell your domain names like these on Sedo, download this report. $1,200 – Enterprise Rent-a-Car. .BM is the country code for Bermuda. 999 EUR – Software giant SAP. I believe they have a product by this name, but I can’t translate well from German. Pendler means “commuter” in German. $1,500 – Cosmetics direct-selling company Mary Kay. 4,500 EUR – National Treasury Leisure B.V. in Amsterdam. 21,000 EUR – The whois shows Swissclear AG. Google it and you’ll land on, a financial services company. 3,900 EUR – Software company Appropos, LLC shortened its domain name from $3,000 – Concert ticket company Live Nation. 1,450 EUR – $15 billion company (market cap) FiServ. $1,800 – San Diego RV Center, which uses the domain name $795 – Chemical Heritage Foundation, owner of the matching .org domain name. $1,000 – KMT Robotic Solutions in Auburn Hills, Michigan. $750 – the owner of hotel booking site $1,000 – the owner of tire review site $2,299 – Ramses, which I believe is a restaurant in Madrid. It web address is $1,595 – Insurance company Word and Brown. They own a number of insurance brands ending in -choice. $1,000 – Par Golf Supply, Inc. in Illinois. $3,500 – GeoSafe LLC, provider of GPS solutions to emergency response services, shortened its web address from 3,000 EUR – Specialty Drinks Ltd, a liqour company. 1,999 EUR – Apparel company Under Armour. What do you think it stands for?


  1. Louise says

    Thanx for explaining bought by It was listed as a Sedo sale, but is still listed for sale by Godaddy, so I was confused by the report.

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