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BowlingBalls.com domain name sells for $225,000

Chernoff hits a strike with latest domain sale.

Garry Chernoff has completed another big domain name sale, this time selling BowlingBalls.com for $225,000.

The buyer knows a thing or two about bowling balls. Nick Melnikoff has bowled in PBA tours and owns Bowlers Paradise, a web site that sells bowling balls and accessories.

Chernoff told me the deal was brokered by Andrew Hunovice.

I can’t find any notable price comps for domain names about bowling, but this is definitely a premium domain name worthy of a six figure price.

There aren’t many premium bowling domains that aren’t in use, either. Bowling.com and BowlingBall.com already exist as e-commerce stores. Bowler.com is owned by Scott Day’s Digimedia and Bowlers.com is a parked page.

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  1. Jp says

    Congrats to Gary! It ain’t bowling but he just set a price range for my FishingLure.com. I find it similar enough, and wasn’t sure where to price it.

  2. @Domains says

    Nice sale, it’s a category killer for bowling, and it looks like the site that bought it also sells bowling accessories. When people go to buy a ball, chances are they will buy other bowling products, and if not now, then maybe later.

  3. Patricia Kaehler says

    Great sale…

    I have bowling and fishing on my To Do
    Keyword – Discoveries – Research List for
    a Future Posting…

    Along with many other topics…

    Survivalist Culture as one…

    ~Patricia Kaehler – Ohio USA – DomainBELL

  4. Venkat says

    Its really very nice deal and Congrats to the seller. Small help pls, i have bowlingnetwork dot com, how much value do you think this domain will have?


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