Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by sauravbir, Jan 2, 2021
rxcasino.com Appraisal please?
Not really sure wha rx means but looking at the rx related sales, we may be looking at mid $$$ for this name. However, this is an educated guess and so have another round of appraisal from someone else too.
RX implies prescription drugs. That's why previous prices are so high: online pharmacies.
A prescription drug casino? Good luck with that.
$XX or zero
2 letter casinos sell well. I wouldn't pay much attention to appraisals on here tbh. It all depends who you sell too. below are recorded examples of recent sales from 2 letter initial casino domains.
hpcasino.com $1,990 (USD)
nzcasinos.com $2,500 (USD)
gpcasino.com $2,900 (USD)
pmcasino.com $1,100 (USD)
sscasino.com $1,299 (USD)
nycasino.com $2,399 (USD)
I was told $xx about my crypto domains as it was first time really selling a crypto domain, I usually sell city domains, gold and silver trade domains etc. I had some daft inboxes with lame offers, but I sold one of the domains today for $1300 via escrow (ongoing). It all depends who is after the domain or who it will appeal too.. get a good broker and you will sell it for a good price.
rxcasino.com may appeal more towards crypto currency casinos. Who knows... good luck with it.
Nevertheless I wouldn’t renew the domain
These are good domains. NY = New York, GP usually refers to in-game currencies, and so on. RX is already an acronym that refers to prescription drugs. I guarantee you no casino operator or promoter would want their name to carry that implication.
AMD radeon uses the initial RX in it's processors. So there still is a possibility to use it despite the acronym.
Always ah possibility but the chances are slim as evaluated
ok , thanks
Not to sound like a downer, but I don't see any value in this name. The reason being that the 2 letters RX imply prescription drugs (like mentioned above), which has no correlation with gambling or casinos (in a good light). I wouldn't renew the name, just let it drop and be a lesson learned.
tell me some good broker name
As others have said "rx" doesn't really match with "casino". That said the fact it is a "casino" com and "rx" is short means it might sell but would probably take some time, if it would even sell at all. Plenty of alternatives to be had for little cost. It's worth shoving it on the free markets tho to see what interest you get. Seems you are new to domaining so at least you'll dip your toe with a domain you are not precious over
This is a part of domaining, being able to find such names and resell for a profit. Read and search the forums for tips and guides. Read through namebio.com and dnjournal.
But remember reported sales, and especially odd extensions, are rare. Just because someone sold GoBet for 750K doesn't mean you would or anything similar would even sell at all
RX .com sold for one million dollars to another Domainer no less. Timeless
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