Big companies by domain names in the aftermarket.
Wow! What a busy week for end users buying domain names. Here are some highlights:
(all sales via Afternic unless otherwise noted)
Headphone company SkullCandy bought SupremeSound.com for $1,375.
Pastebin.com, which says it’s the “#1 paste tool since 2002”, bought pastebin.net for $2,500.
FutureDontics, the company behind 1800Dentist.com, picked up DentalSaver.com, DentalSavers.com and DentalSaver.net for a grant total of $6,300.
The owner of Qualityhosting.de bought the .com equivalent qualityhosting.com for $3,700 through Sedo.
STEF-TFE made a smart move buy purchasing STEF.com for $3,400 through Sedo.
The gift company at j-me.co.uk bought j-me.com for $1,177.
Antivirus software company BitDefender bought MyBitDefender.com for $850 at Sedo.
Los Angeles Clippers paid $1,888 for SterlingFoundation.com for the foundation named after its owner.
Healthcare giant McKesson bought FloridaCancer.com for a whopping $10,500.
Accountant company CPA2Biz, Inc bought DigitalCPA.com for $2,300
Law firm Middleton Reutlinger paid $1,595 for MiddletonLaw.com.
Logo company LogoAnts.com paid $1,000 for LogoLogo.com.
Finally, Entrepreneur Media picked up 19 domain names for just shy of $31,000: