The other day, I realized that NameJet still had the NamesCon link in its header, and now I know why. NameJet is re-auctioning a large group of domain names that did not sell during the NamesCon live or silent auction.
According to an email I received from NameJet announcing this “NamesCon 2018 Remix,” there is a secondary auction made up of unsold NamesCon auction domain names. Many of the reserve prices have been lowered by their owners to help induce a sale. People who kept their backorders for auctions likely noticed the domain names coming up for sale again, but others may wish to take another look to see if the reduced reserve prices make some of the domain names more interesting.
Some of the better domain names that are coming up for auction again include the following:
It looks like the auctions are closing within the next 3-5 days, although I am not entirely sure if that is when they go to auction or actually close. At a quick glance, it looks like all of the auctions have a reserve price, but you would need to visit individual auctions to know what the reserve range is for each domain name.
If you want to have a look at the domain names in the auction, you can click on the “NamesCon” tab in the NameJet header.