Daily Poll: Thoughts on the Sale Price of FidgetSpinner.com?


I receive Sedo’s weekly domain name sale report, which was published by TheDomains.com last night. One sale from the last week that stood out to me was the $2,000 sale of FidgetSpinner.com, a domain name that was created less than two years ago.

Fidget spinners are (popular) spinning toys that can supposedly reduce stress and anxiety. The toys were super popular over a year ago, although that popularity seems to have dwindled quite a bit. In light of this, I am curious if you think the $2,000 sale price of FidgetSpinner.com via Sedo was cheap, expensive, or a fair price for the domain name. Share your opinion in the poll below:

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  1. In the right hands, that name is much more valuable than 2k. But maybe the trend has took a dive so the seller having no plans of skills at developing probably let it go while the fire was still dwindling.

  2. I know people making over 2k per day selling Fidget Spinners with some horrible domains… imagine if they had that domain?

  3. Trend that will disappear soon if not already. Selling for $2k seems fair for something on its way out. Hopefully seller made some money

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