NBC Universal and Harry & David among companies that bought domain names via DomainNameSales.com last month.
DomainNameSales.com sent out a monthly sales list for September yesterday. This marks the first time DNW is putting together an end user sales list for DomainNameSales.com. Some of the bigger sales, including DataCenters.com at $190,000, have unknown buyers.
NBC Universal bought DumbandDumber.com for $15,000.
Bloomsbury Publishing plc, the book publisher that published the Harry Potter series, bought MusicExpress.co.uk for $3,500. It sells music books through an imprint.
Promodeals B.V. in the Netherlands bought DailyDeals.co.uk for a whopping $55,000.
Harry & David, seller of fruit gift baskets, bought BusinessGifts.com for $28,000.
Regsafe LLC, a compliance company, bought REGSafe.com for $3,000.
XercisePro, a scheduling system for the fitness industry, bought TrainerPro.com for $7,000.
Van Products, which sells van modifications for people with disabilities, bought usedHandicapVans.com for $8,000.
Residential property management company Rance Real Estate bought TenantWorld.com for $9,000.
Conservative news site NewsMax bought RetirementLetter.com for $8,000.
The company behind dating/marriage site Dream-Marriage.com bought DatingBeat.com for $7,000.
BathPros, Inc. in Bolingbrook, Illionois bought BathPros.com for $7,600.
ET Telecom Ltd in Great Britain bought AirTime.net for $4,500.
Texas flooring company Solar Contract Carpet bought ApartmentCarpets.com for $675.
Engineering Innovation Inc, which uses the unfortunate domain name EII-online.com, bought EII.net for $7,500.
Photo licensor Arcangel Images also made a nice upgrade, from Arcangel-Images.com to Arcangel.com for $2,000.
Online pet goods site WholesalePet.com bought the plural version WholesalePets.com for $15,000.
Apparel manufacturer Wilson Imports Ltd bought WilsonImports.com for $600. It uses the .net version of this domain.
Wireless internet company WiFi Mundo bought Wifi.vc for $500.
Money lender Evolution Money bought HelloLoans.com for $5,250.
Poosty, a secure email provider with a rather bad name, bought SecureMailbox.com for $6,000.
Luxury Motor Group in NYC bought LuxuryMotorGroup.com for $350.
Residential real estate firm AH Capital, which uses the domain AH-Cap.com, bought AHCapital.com for $3,000.
Advanced Microcomputing Concepts, which uses the domain AMCSolutions.net, bought the matching .com AMCSolutions.com for $1,500.
Get Taxi bought Gett.com for $25,000. I wrote about this deal earlier as it appears to have been sold through GoDaddy.
Web development firm Common Media bought CommonMedia.com for $5,000. It has been using CommonMediaInc.com.
Marketing company The Townsend Team bought TownsendTeam.com for $2,500.
American Bullion paid $250 for GoldIRARollover.com.
Financial Accounting Foundation bought FinancialAccounting.org for $4,500.