*Not that it makes any difference, but Billet.ca sold in July 2012 and not December 2012. ----- @DomainRecap : I also checked archive.org and was able to confirm that the 2tickets.ca website has been in operation since at least July 2007, and at that time they had the same phone number that Billets.ca is still using today: I could be wrong but I think there's a lot to suggest this was a more complex deal than just the simple sale of a domain. Both players are from Montreal, both own several websites that sell tickets, and they've had some kind of business relationship since at least 2009. It doesn't really make sense, unless they since parted ways and somehow it made sense for Peter to sell the domain to a direct competitor of his (maybe 100K CAD was enough to convince him, but still...?). I think DomainRecap's theory may make the most sense: "It's possible he sold it to a business entity he owns or is affiliated with. It's an easy cash flow solution if the business account can handle it." ** In any event, the sale looks good on paper (i.e. namebio) and hopefully it bodes well for 2020 .CA sales.