Cheapest Domain Registrer?

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I saw a commercial earlier for GoDaddy.com (url: http://www.godaddy.com/tv) and they were offering $3.99 per domain registration. I was curious if any of you guys could find anything cheaper than that - and if you can, please post what it is. I need register another domain here soon, and I'd like to see where the cheapest/most reliable registrar is. Thanks in advance.
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I heard 1and1 (http://www.1and1.co.uk) is really cheap, better than godaddy... theirs is (if converted to dollars) $2.42 a year :)
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yahoo all the way, not far from 1-2$ a domain
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Make sure the price of the domain is just for the domain. Some places advertised $2 domains, but you have to get hosting in order to get that price.
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Yes that is true, domain name are given free with hosting packages , let me call this a marketing technique.

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If I'm not mistaken, the GoDaddy offer is only for transfers or if you purchase a hosting package like the people above said.
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mafiaboy3 wrote:
yahoo all the way, not far from 1-2$ a domain

First year of yahoo is $1.9, but next year is $9
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You should verify if the "great prices" arenĀ“t just for the first year.

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I am a GoDaddy reseller (http://www.noland-domains.com). The $1.99 and $3.99 promotions are a great deal if you also need other products like hosting.

Our non-promotional fee is $9.95 (soon to be $8.95) and we offer a 5% discount on a 5 year registration. We also offer 10% and 15% discounts for hosting when you signup for 1 or 2 years, respectfully.

You also need to compare what is being offered with your domain registration. There are a variaty of add-ons such as Blogs that come with some registrations, which may or may not be of value to you.
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Try http://www.luckyregister.com, very low rates (event lower than Godaddy), good services and many free options.
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Quang wrote:
Try http://www.luckyregister.com, very low rates (event lower than Godaddy), good services and many free options.


DUDE. Have you ever been to godaddy.com? That site is a replica of the godaddy site with the same menu structure. Just horrible graphics. Point is that these guys are a godaddy "reseller" they will almost never be cheaper and if they are, expect that same promo to appear on godaddy. They have a monthly set of domain promos.

LATER
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I use enom (http://enom.com)

If you're a reseller domains can go as low as $7.95/yr and you can have your affiliates sell domains while you earn a small % of commission of each sale.

http://godaddy.com is also a pretty good choice.
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namecheap all the way http://www.namecheap.com

i also like registerfly.com though, they have some great coupon deals on the go from time to time.
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I recently was looking for domain name, and checked all of those, and found that godaddy is the chippest.
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very good
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Godaddy is a good company, has grown big from the time when they first started.

I have set up well over 20 or 30 sites on their services, and I just don't like the client side. It is just way cluttered with adds.

But I have to admit they have the cheapest prices you will find.

As others say, just make sure you read all the fine print :)
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I use 1 &1 also - their domains are cheap at the moment........
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stevieb wrote:
I use 1 &1 also - their domains are cheap at the moment........


They have got some cracking deals at the mo. But i've got to admit even their normal prices are good
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If you are looking for a few more ways to save some money, there are a few godaddy.com promo codes that you can use. Many of us use godaddy anyway, so you might as well save a few bucks. These should be good to use for at least the next 6 months, but it's best to use them now while they are still rocking..

Promo Code: zine3
Any .com Domain Name for $6.95 (NO LIMIT)

Promo Code: zine2
Save $5 off any order of $30 or more

Promo Code: zine1
Save 10% off your total order (NO LIMIT)

Hope these codes can save you guys some cash.
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Hello,

Yes this true but they have a very bad hosting i think you should think again before hosting your site there

Thank you.
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Search Google for Promotional codes before buying the domain/hosting.

There are loads of places that offer cheap/reliable domains. Dont waste too much time looking around just to save that extra 50c
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hostechsupport wrote:
Hello,

Yes this true but they have a very bad hosting i think you should think again before hosting your site there

Thank you.

Nobody says about hosting with them, just domain registration, but generally I'm not usually tempted by cheap domain names, they just shouldn't cost less than $6, that's the sum paid to the registry.
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UnicoDomain.com is 100% cheaper than go daddy which offer pretty good prices for .com/net/org domains, etc.

If you buy any product or hosting that cost $3.99 your domain name cost $1.99 :roll:
http://www.unicodomain.com

and is a :idea: bilingual site.

They have american people who speaks english properly.

No like other sites like :arrow: Dell.com that have those customer service people that no speak english and you can no even understand.

When they ask you for your account it takes like 5 minutes to understand and then if they don't understand you, they put you on hold for 30 minutes or they hang up the call.


Also they have spanish support here: info@unicodomain.com :?:
Puedes registrar tu pagina y si necesitas asistencia en espanol, envia un mensaje aqui al host unicodomain. Aqui, info@unicodomain.com :?:
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SamT71 wrote:
I saw a commercial earlier for GoDaddy.com (url: http://www.godaddy.com/tv) and they were offering $3.99 per domain registration. I was curious if any of you guys could find anything cheaper than that - and if you can, please post what it is. I need register another domain here soon, and I'd like to see where the cheapest/most reliable registrar is. Thanks in advance.


hi, for cheapest domain. try get hosting that offering free domain for life. in long runs, you not even need to pay for domain.

There is many hosting that provide free domain for life etc. and even unlimited $1 domains buying from LYPHA hosting
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Yahoo is cheap, only for the first time users. So better not use them, if you want everything under same roof. Godaddy with some promo codes, or namecheap will workout to be the best.
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Buying from 1and1 can land you in trouble if you ever forget to renew. $40.00 redemption, even if you try to renew on the very first day of expiry.
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Namecheap are good too.
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.info $2.49 in http://www.plusregister.com

.org $3.99
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The top three registrars i use for domain registration.

1. GoDaddy from $8.95
2. WelcomeOnLine.net from $8.95
3. NameCheap $8.88
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SamT71 wrote:
I saw a commercial earlier for GoDaddy.com (url: http://www.godaddy.com/tv) and they were offering $3.99 per domain registration. I was curious if any of you guys could find anything cheaper than that - and if you can, please post what it is. I need register another domain here soon, and I'd like to see where the cheapest/most reliable registrar is. Thanks in advance.

:D godaddy is a good registrar, $3.99 per domain registration is a relatively low price,but some registrar can even provide lower price,such as .info in plusregister,more detail info can be found on
http://www.plusregister.com/domain.php? ... in_pricing

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