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Cheapest .COM transfer?

Located in Domain Coupons and Offers started by Nitaky, Apr 12, 2018.

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  1. Nitaky

    Nitaky Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Hello :)
    Any Cheapest .COM transfer?
    I tried godaddy 0.99$ coupon code but it don't work for transfer, any one of you have a valid 0.99$ .com transfer godaddy coupon code?
    Or if you have an other offer like 0.99$ with an other registrar?
    1 billion thanks :)
     
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  2. greatdomain365

    greatdomain365 Established Member

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    I think that Godady offer 1 domain per account and for credit card.
     
  3. Nitaky

    Nitaky Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Hi :)
    Yes i know this and its a new domain for new client with new credit card but its seems that their coupon code work only for new registration and not for "transfer", so for that i am asking if there is a
     
  4. daica85

    daica85 Owner of eCoupon.io VIP

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    I see that most registrars have the transfer fee around $8 - $9 currently.
     
  5. rubencouto

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  6. Nitaky

    Nitaky Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Thank you guys :)
    Any cheapest option?
     
  7. stefan2k

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    .alibabacloud.com
    $6,79
     
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  9. MetBob

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    This site (at link, no association with me) always answers questions like this (and is updated every few hours):
    https://tld-list.com/tld/com

    I see that if you use the code given at the above link that you can transfer one at Namesilo for $7.39 which looks like best (other than 1&1 which I think charge you to transfer out - have never used them but heard that).
     
  10. Jv1999

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    HostingDude, LUcky registrar both do $0.99, but you have to use a different payment method
     
  11. Nitaky

    Nitaky Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    $0.99 also for transfer?
     
  12. Jv1999

    Jv1999 Learned Squire of the Tower VIP

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    No sorry. My mistake. I thought you were looking for $0.99 1st reggae
     
  13. Przemyslaw

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    NetworkSolutions.com - $4, coupon code - 60OFFTRANS

    Edit: As @usernamex noticed there is a catch (sorry, but I have not seen it before):
    "Domains transferred out prior to one year renewal will be subject to a $20 fee per domain."
     
    Last edited: Apr 16, 2018
  14. hjordis

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    Although it's a good deal, I'm gonna pass on that, Networksolutions is a nightmare to deal with
     
  15. MapleDots

    MapleDots Domain Properties 2010 - 2018 VIP

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    If they gave it to me for free I would still pass.

    Good choice (y)
     
  16. AuctionBio

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    Yes you are right..
     
  17. MapleDots

    MapleDots Domain Properties 2010 - 2018 VIP

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    Their hook into you and then you can never remove our payment type.

    Call support to remove your card and they tell you to get a temporary visa to attach to your account.

    What a load of bullcrap :xf.sick:
     
    Last edited: Apr 15, 2018
  18. usernamex

    usernamex Moderator, NamePros Moderator VIP

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    Watch out for the fine print on the NetSol deal:
    Domains transferred out prior to one year renewal will be subject to a $20 fee per domain.


    *Promotional pricing applies to the first year and is valid for up to 50 transfers per order. Promotional pricing is good for 60% off the $9.99 transfer fee per domain. Transfer fee applies to the first request for transfer. All transfer purchases are final and no refund can be provided for this service fee. If transfer fails, unlimited subsequent requests of the same domain may be made off the same order. Offer is valid until 4/29/18. Domains transferred out prior to one year renewal will be subject to a $20 fee per domain. Offer valid only for domain name transferred to Network Solutions. Other fees are excluded. Limit 50 transferred names per order. Offer cannot be combined with other coupons or offers. See Service Agreement for additional details.

    ETA: @Przemyslaw - would you be so kind as to edit your post with the above warning? Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Apr 15, 2018
  19. Przemyslaw

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    Thanks for finding this. Sorry that my post was misleading, but I did not read these restrictions before posting :sorry:
     
  20. MapleDots

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    NetSol and Web.com are one of the biggest scams in the industry. It took me an incredible amount of time and effort to get my domain away from them. I hope never to grace their corner of the web ever again.
     
  21. usernamex

    usernamex Moderator, NamePros Moderator VIP

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    @Przemyslaw - thanks for updating, no need to apologize, we all just try and look out for each other, there's no way for anyone to catch every gotcha : thumbs up :

    It's much worse when the gotcha shows up AFTER the deal and none of us knew because the terms weren't clear or the company offering them changed them mid-promo.
     
  22. hemirate

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    Tld-list.com is a crappy affiliate website.

    As you can see most offers/prices in this thread are not even posted on that site.
    Why? Because they make money with links to affiliate offers.
     
  23. bluemeteor

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    Do we have this kind of price every month? Including other registrars.
     
  24. MetBob

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    I think you are being unfair to TLD-List. Yes, they openly say they make revenue from some linked registrars and promotion codes. I mean a service has to make money somehow - they don't have advertising on site like many sites do. They also make it clear (in their FAQs) that they do not in any way prioritize those registrars with affiliate relationships:

    "Does this site make affiliate commissions?
    Sometimes. Some registrars featured on this site offer affiliate programs and TLD List is enrolled in them. That means if you visit one of these registrars by clicking a link on TLD List and make a purchase, TLD List receives a small commission.

    Please note: registrars with affiliate programs are not promoted by TLD List in any way. All registrars are ranked purely by their pricing, features, and Value Score."


    Re yes there are "deals" offered here that do not appear there, mainly from small registrars I have not heard of. As many have pointed out though, a number of these "deals" have hidden things like $20 fees to transfer out in less than a year which makes them not of interest to many of us. In other cases, their pricing and terms are simply not transparent. As TLD-list state they only include registrars with transparent pricing, and they clearly have a list of which registrars they include.

    "Why isn't Registrar XYZ on this site?
    TLD List only features major registrars and domain providers. If Registrar XYZ is not on this site, it's probably because they don't publish pricing for the domains they offer in a clean and transparent manner (cough, like eNom, cough).

    If you'd like to request a registrar to be added, use the contact link at the bottom of the page."

    Personally, I find it a great service that TLD-List offers in showing (updated every few hours) the register, transfer and renew prices, along with the features included free, from each registrar. They cover a wide list of major registrars including GoDaddy, Namecheap, Namesilo, Google, Epik, Gandi, Alpnames, Uniregistry, Porkbun and many others. I like a lot that they also show a graph so you can see at a glance what the lowest registration cost was in the past, to help evaluate how good a current promotion is.

    Anyway, for those who don't want to use it, don't, but I find it very useful (I have no association in any way with TLD-list, don't even know who it is that operate it).
     
  25. hemirate

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    I stand by my opinion.

    A service that does not provide a complete list (or sort of) is purely rubbish.

    Just look at this thread. OP asked for transfer coupons. Fellow users posted at least 3 registrars offering cheaper options than the one on TLD-LIST.

    Then if you consider LCN, Alibaba Cloud, Hello.co obscure registrars (just because they don't have an affiliate program or because you never heard of them, which is hard to believe) that's your problem.

    And don't even get me started on ccTLDs (co.uk, .es, .it). TLD-list doesn't even make sense on that side.

    EDIT: Nothing wrong in providing affiliate links in their list, I support that, but if by being more complete they are going to add ads like Google Adsense it would even be better for the end-user if that means having a real price comparison website
     
    Last edited: Apr 26, 2018

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