A big retailer makes a small domain purchase.
Electronics retailer Best Buy is the biggest name on this week’s end user domain sales report.
The company paid $2,588 for PhoneFreedom.com through Sedo. This domain is intuitive for one of the largest mobile phone sellers.
The rest of this week’s end user domain sales took place through Afternic:
Skydex, which makes materials to mitigate shock and blasts (think military uses), bought BlastMitigation.com for $2,500.
PowerSoak, which offers a washing system that eliminates scrubbing, bought PowerMelt.com for $1,500.
Childrens book seller Palm Publishing paid $1,400 for readytoread.com and $2,100 for readytolearn.com.
Music lessons company In Bloom Music bought RockInstitute.com for $1,200.
Ontario’s Clarington Toyota bought MyAutoMall.com for $1,583.50.
Payroll services company Employer Services Online, Inc, which owns EmployeeMax.com, bought Payamax.com for $3,000.
Dallas based SteelTex Fabricators shortened its domain from SteelTexFabricators.com to SteelTex.com for $2,500.
National Restaurant Association bought ChefsatHome.com for $3,388.