Great Domains Auction Results: $225k+

SedoSedo’s monthly Great Domains domain auction concluded earlier today, and the result was one of the most successful Great Domains auctions in quite some time. In total, 18 domain names were sold, and the auction grossed over $225,000.

Leading the way in this auction were three letter .com domain names. The three highest results were domain names, including ($77,000), (38,200 EUR), and ($30,000). Several four letter .com domain names were also sold in the auction.

Listed below are the domain names that were sold in the auction. Keep in mind that the deals have not been transacted yet, and once they close, they will be reported to DNJournal and NameBio.

July 2016 Sedo’s Great Domains auction results:

  • $US 77000
  • $US 72999
  • EUR 38200
  • $US 30000
  • $US 1363
  • EUR 1090
  • EUR 499
  • EUR 352
  • $US 249
  • EUR 240
  • EUR 232
  • EUR 215
  • EUR 205
  • EUR 200
  • EUR 190
  • EUR 190
  • EUR 190
  • EUR 185
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