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How much is your limit on single domain auctions?


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bonin

DimitarBonin.comTop Contributor
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Most of us participate in auctions, what are your limits and the maximum amount to which you would bid on a single domain auction?

P.S The Auctions at Namepros do not count on it, we talk about auctions at Namejet, GoDaddy, Flippa, Sedo etc.

Thanks in advance for your honest opinion.

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It depends entirely on any given day what domains I'm bidding on. But just so I can answer your question, I voted above.
 
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It just depends on the domain quality. I would pay 5 figures for the right domain.

Brad
 

Isac

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It depends upon domain quality but at the same time how much i have in pocket. It reminds me an expired domain 3 letter .com was sale on namesilo expired auction once for around $ 5000 but at that time i didn't have any money in pocket and i left and next day i saw someone put a bid on it.
 

Ategy

Arif M, NameCult.com TheDomainSocial.comTop Contributor
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Depends completely on the name .. but most of my domains I grab at big value well under $50 or even closeout! ;)

If it's an extremely good name under value I will bid more.
 

D Haynes

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The most I've ever spent on a name is 500 bucks but the vast majority of the names I've bought have been for $12. I'm not comfortable gambling with more than that unless I know 100% I can make profit the very next day if I had to.
 

bonin

DimitarBonin.comTop Contributor
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It just depends on the domain quality. I would pay 5 figures for the right domain.

Brad

I understand what you have in mind, but I personally have a price in the head that I define as the maximum and if a domain exceeds it, I just quit ... no matter what the domain is, for example, I'm comfortable up to $2500
 

J.R.

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Depends on the dot-Com. For a 3L.com or one word generic dot.com with commercial meaning I'd go as high as $10,000. For me the test is if I think I could flip it for at least 3x the acquisition costs in less than a year. In general, $5k is as high as I'd go...
 

Haris

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no matter what the domain is, for example, I'm comfortable up to $2500

so, if a great .com like pro.com is for sale at $2900 you won't buy it?
 

Haris

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if I will see a great deal, a domain for sale at $20k that I am sure I can sell for $100k+ and I don't have the funds I would borrow money and buy it.
 

J.R.

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if I will see a great deal, a domain for sale at $20k that I am sure I can sell for $100k+ and I don't have the funds I would borrow money and buy it.

Same here. Much smarter than those who took out loans to buy bitcoin....