Deals.org Sells on NameJet for $32,901

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Deals.org sold this afternoon on NameJet for $32,901. There were 250 people who placed bids in the auction, and there was  a total of 308 bids placed.

The domain name was a privately owned domain name, and it skyrocketed from around $10,000 to the closing sales price during the final minutes. I think it was a pretty solid sales price considering the commercial “deals” term combined with the generally non-commercial .org extension.

Do you think it was a good deal for the buyer or seller?

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  1. “Do you think it was a good deal for the buyer or seller?”

    Yes! Most definitely! 😉

    (reminds one of the insightful Yogi Berra quote: “When you come to a fork in the road, take it!”)

    Happy Holidays everyone.

  2. ah, ok, thanks everyone
    nice sale
    mrs jello can buy a nice box of cuban cigars for xmas
    i actually like the extension with the keyword
    gives a bit of class and trust, and is very memorable
    plus the .com would be 7 figures, undeveloped imo

  3. I think the both the seller and buyer are happy. Many don’t realize that .org domains tend to do far better than .net and the keyword is tremendously valuable. I wouldnt be surprised if it sells in the future for six figures

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