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List of “Plural” domains owned or used by companies. (Updated as I find them or you do)

NameSilo
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Hello,
I took a look and there seems to be no comprehensive list plural domains on Namepros for plural domains owned and or used by companies. I think it will be useful to all. Feel free to add some you know of or have found online.


Rules:
1. Would prefer single word domains but will accept any.
2. Basically anything with an “s” at the end that turns a singular word into a plural or into a pronoun like “New York” (newyork.com) into “New York’s” (newyorks.com).
3. Of course there are many of these already registered so let’s stick to domains actually being used or at least owned by an enduser and not just some domain in some domainer’s inventory and yes that means YOU too domainer. No domainer owned domains allowed here please. This is not a place to showcase your plural domain. Thanks.
4. What I’d consider interesting would be words that normally wouldn’t “work” with an “s” at the end and yet someone decided to register or own it anyway.

So let me start things up. Follow my lead.

Zurichs.com owned by Zurich insurance company.

Israels.com

Toms.com (Tom’s)
Bobs.com (Bob’s) redirects to Mybobs.com

Californias.com

Canadas.com

Caesars.com

Vuittons.com

Wallstreets.com

Macys .com
 
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s is for something else
s - services, solutions etc..
I really like how you can own a technically “million dollar” keyword in .com for the price of reg fee just by slapping an “s” at the end.

Figure

NewYorks.com
Japans.com
Americas.com
Russias.com

But the truth is no matter how incorrect the grammar might be smarter people than me have chosen to register and renew such domains for years and years.

Not sure of the ppc parked income on these but I’ll guess it’s worth it to keep

Here’s some more I found owned by end users.


Biggies.com
Jacksons.com
Tillys.com
Corporates.com
Nationals.com

As you can see these are pronouns not plurals.
 

ultradog

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I really like how you can own a technically “million dollar” keyword in .com for the price of reg fee just by slapping an “s” at the end.

Figure

NewYorks.com
Japans.com
Americas.com
Russias.com

But the truth is no matter how incorrect the grammar might be smarter people than me have chosen to register and renew such domains for years and years.

Not sure of the ppc parked income on these but I’ll guess it’s worth it to keep

Here’s some more I found owned by end users.


Biggies.com
Jacksons.com
Tillys.com
Corporates.com
Nationals.com

As you can see these are pronouns not plurals.
Not pronouns. They appear to be possessives, or could be read as plurals.
 
Name Worth