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This thread is a central location to report domain name sales of any dollar amount.

As much information as you can include about the transaction is welcome, but at a bare minimum please include the domain name(s), the sale price, and whether you were the seller.

Good luck with your sales!



Please use the Like and Thank links on a post to indicate that you like it or are thankful for it being shared.

Do not post only, "great sale" or similar as this doesn't contribute to the thread. (Don't reply for the sole purpose of complimenting.)
  • Tip: Use the Like/Thanks feature instead.

Questions are allowed, but do not post commentary. If you want to discuss or comment on a sale in this thread, quote it and then post it in the following thread instead:



Suggested template (bold details are required):

Domain name:

Sale venue:​
Listing type:​
Listing upgrades:​
Seller:​
Asking price:​
Sale price:​
Purchase venue:​
Purchase price:​
Details:​


Suggested values / explanations:
  • Sale venue: Sold at NamePros, outbound direct, inbound direct, etc.
  • Listing type: Make Offer, Fixed price, Auction, Auction with Buy-It-Now, Reverse auction, etc.
  • Listing upgrades: Premium package, featured listing, etc.
  • Seller: me, a friend, a friend of a friend, a colleague, someone else, unknown, etc.
  • Purchase venue: Where (and the year) the seller purchased the domain name originally.
  • Details: Any additional details about the domain name like how you bought it, how long you had it before it sold, its age, etc.

Examples:

Domain name: ThisDomain.com​
Sale venue: NamePros (2016)​
Listing type: Make offer with Buy-It-Now​
Listing upgrades: Featured listing​
Seller: Me​
Asking price: $950​
Sale price: $830​
Purchase venue: NamePros (2015)​
Purchase price: $25​
Details: Acquired from a reseller. 5 years old domain. Had for 1 year before resold.​

Domain name: ThatDomain.com​
Sale venue: GoDaddy Auctions (2012)​
Listing type: 7-day Public Auction​
Listing upgrades: N/A​
Seller: Someone else​
Asking price: N/A​
Sale price: $60​
Purchase venue: Hand registration (2009)​
Purchase price: $8​
Details: I watched its auction. The auction description said it was hand-registered the same day it dropped (from expiration).​



Important:
  • If you don't want to provide any other information about the sale besides what you've posted, then include "no further details" or "NFD" in your post.
 
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LOLed

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$500 USD, GoDaddy make offer
Sold a few weeks ago, hold time ~40 days
 

Greek23

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Why should anyone take conflicting info from a reported sale on this thread offline? Good question how did the name sell at two different venues?
Offline was not the correct choice of words, perhaps post it in a different part of namepros forum or dm the person directly. Sorry for any confusion.
 
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Why should anyone take conflicting info from a reported sale on this thread offline? Good question how did the name sell at two different venues?
Two reasons.

1. it did sell at two different places since most domainers post their domains for sale at multiple market places and it is possible that two different buyers purchased the domain at the same time if at least one was a Buy Now option.

2. At Dan once your domain has sold somewhere else and the nameservers still point at Dan you have the option at Dan to designate your domain As Sold. It will show on Dan's landers it has been sold.
 

Mindfulmarketing

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Why should anyone take conflicting info from a reported sale on this thread offline? Good question how did the name sell at two different venues?
Domain sold via Afternic. I listed this domain on Godaddy, Dan and Sedo as well.

You can mark a domain as "sold" on one marketplace if it sells first on another.
 

karmaco

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Two reasons.

1. it did sell at two different places since most domainers post their domains for sale at multiple market places and it is possible that two different buyers purchased the domain at the same time if at least one was a Buy Now option.

2. At Dan once your domain has sold somewhere else and the nameservers still point at Dan you have the option at Dan to designate your domain As Sold. It will show on Dan's landers it has been sold.
I get what you are saying but a domain can technically only sell at one venue as we are all aware.
 

Bailian

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P/r/o/f/i/t/F/i/r/s/t .net
Sales Venue: Afternic
Sales Price: $1,488
Cost: DropCatch $10
Sales Time:Last Month
Hold Time: 30 Days,Transfer Lock on it

A/l/l/F/l/e/e/t .net
Sales Venue: Afternic Fast Transfer
Sales Price: $1,288
Cost: Dynadot $5.99
Sales Time:Last Month
Hold Time: 150 Days

G/o/o/d/W/e/a/t/h/e/r .net
Sales Venue: DAN
Sales Price: $988
Cost: Dynadot $5.99
Sales Time:Last Month
Hold Time: 133 Days

I/m/p/a/c/t/A/g/e/n/c/y .net
Sales Venue: Afternic Fast Transfer
Sales Price: $988
Cost: Dynadot $5.99
Sales Time:Last Month
Hold Time: 105 Days

N/o/v/a/l/i/n/e .net
Sales Venue: Afternic Fast Transfer
Sales Price: $788
Cost: Dynadot $5.99
Sales Time:Last Month
Hold Time: 152 Days
 

alcy

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I like your format lol. At first glance, I thought that was mine :xf.smile:. Well, that's a great name by the way. And the extension .xyz is indeed a great contender in achieving nice domain sales.

yes..but only if yer folio is 10k plus size... decent to great 1worders... but that train is gone and belongs to dngear so do yerself favor and spend yer time and money on non xyz stuff.
 
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