Here are 14 domain names purchased by end users over the past week.
This week’s top reported sale at Sedo was Caps.co.uk, a domain name that rental car company Enterprise bought. Why? It’s an acronym, so read on to learn more.
Other end user sales include a .casino domain, .co, .com.mx and .ca. Buyers include a chocolate store chain, a currency trading company and a construction firm that recently merged.
Here’s a list of end user sales at Sedo over the past week:
(You can view previous lists like this here.)
Caps.co.uk £15,000 – Enterprise Holdings, the car rental company, bought this domain that’s short for “Common Automotive Platform Standard”. It forwards to CapsConsortium.com.
GKBank.com €12,000 – GKFX is a financial trading company.
VideoSlots.casino $7,500 – Panda Media Ltd owns VideoSlots.com.
Pinnacle.co €6,999 – The Whois record is private, but it is forwarding to sports betting site Pinnacle.com.
Piax.com €5,000 – mobileBlox GmbH offers a mobile CRM system called Piax.
CacauShow.com $4,999 – CacauShow is a chocolate store with over 2,000 locations.
Grow-More.com $2,850 – Grow More is an agriculture company that uses GrowMore.com.
WeTransferIt.com $2,588 – WeTransferit LTD is a UK company that was just formed last month. It hasn’t activated a website yet.
LaFargeHolcim.ca $2,500 – Construction firm Holcim merged with LaFarge in 2015.
Meva.net $2,500 – Meva is a German “formwork” manufacturer. It uses the domain name Meva.de.
LuggageFreeTravel.com $2,315 – Need it Now is a delivery service in New York. I imagine this is for a service in which they bring your luggage to you.
Lumior.com $2,250 – AHAVA Dead Sea Laboratories. Ltd sells cosmetics.
Bubsy.com $2,200 – If you like retro video games, you’ll like some of the stuff Tommo makes. As for what this domain is for, I’m not sure.
Shortel.com.mx $2,000 – Shoretel is a communications company that uses Shoretel.com.