JetBlue pays little for a domain, but another end user pays dearly.
Sedo’s headline $120,000 sale of ConnectNow.com last week was (of course) to an end user. JetBlue also bought a domain through the service.
Here’s a list of end user sales on Sedo last week.
American Association of Young People bought yet another domain, Young-People.com, for $1,250.
Cargill acquired the domain Cargill.kr for 1,200 EUR.
Payment processing company First Data Corporation recently bought SureReturns.com for $1,995. Last week it paid $2,395 for PayStart.com.
Airline JetBlue bought Jetaways.com for 1,100 GBP.
M & T Bank paid $5,000 for RaiseYourExpectations.com.
The AARP (American Association of Retired People) bought MentorUp.com for $15,000.
Vision Signs in Ontario bought VisionPromo.com for $799.
Tailor Limited in New Zealand, which owns Tailor.co.nz, bought Tailor.co for $6,000. That many ccTLDs use a second level domain of “co” is one more draw for .co.
Millennium Scanners and Printers paid $1,200 for DallasPrinterRepair.com.
Investor services company ComputerShare bought ConnectNow.com for $120,000. The purchase may have been by ComputerShare company Serviceworks Management, which provides services to the utilities industry.
The blog Roknrol.info bought Roknrol.com for $700
Dealer Traction, which creates web sites for car dealers, bought CarFish.com for $3,750.
XL Video Ltd in Great Britain bought XLAudio.com for 800 EUR.
Harry and David, seller of fruits online (famous for its pears), bought FruitoftheMonth.net for $850. It already owns the .com.