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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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okaydomains

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Drop reg.
Hold time: 2 weeks (60 day lock just expired)
Venue: Afternic BIN (not FT)

I received a DomainAgents offer for this which I did not view. I assume the same person bought it eventually.

But a downside with selling .xyz domains on Afternic is that they are not part of the premium network, so no Fast Transfer. The manual process has been slow, and it's taken weeks to finish the transfer and get the money.

I sold an xyz today that transferred in < 1 hour, from DynaDot. However, when I transfer any domain out of NameCheap it takes the full 5-7 days.

DD gives you the option to approve the transfer immediately which makes the difference. Hope this helps.
 

SuperDudePro

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Bought at GoDaddy expired domains auctions for $40 including the registration fee. $1510 after AN cut.

Landers at Afternic.

Received payment less than 24 hours after this notification email.

Hold time just over 3 months.
I like the name and think that it could someday go for higher. But right now, I'm glad about the sale.
 

Heyzee

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Two recent .xyz sales:

Domain: Mint // Flow .[xyz]
Sale price : $788 (BIN)
Sale venue: Afternic
Cost: $0.99 handreg
Hold time: approx. 7 months

Domain: Nano // Labs .[xyz]
Sale price : $788 (BIN)
Sale venue: Afternic
Cost: $0.99 handreg
Hold time: approx. 8 months

Bulk buying .xyz domains for 99 cents a piece is clearly profitable for me. Will probably do it all over when the unsold names expire late this year.

But a downside with selling .xyz domains on Afternic is that they are not part of the premium network, so no Fast Transfer. The manual process has been slow, and it's taken weeks to finish the transfer and get the money.
Congratulations on your sale! If you don't mind, how large is your dot xyz portfolio?
 
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