Great Domains Results: Bier.DE Sold for 149,000 EUR (Updated)

The Great Domains monthly auction hosted by Sedo ended this afternoon. Bier.DE sold for 149,000 EUR, which is approximately $161,000 USD at today’s exchange rate. In addition to this sale, 5 other domain names sold for five figures each, with the $18,500 sale of KTG and the $15,000 sale of Louise.com also leading the pack. A total of 24 domain names were sold in this month’s auction.

Once the sale of Bier.DE closes, it will rank as the second largest .DE sale in the last 5 years, according to NameBio. Kaffee.DE sold for $237,474 in 2017. This sale will also rank as the second largest public ccTLD sale of the year, behind the sale of Free.co.uk, which sold for $205,000 last month (per DNJournal).

The results of Sedo’s April Great Domains auction are below. Keep in mind the auction closed today, so these sales are not yet transacted or finalized. Once Sedo collects the funds and transfers the domain names to the buyers, the company will report and confirm the sales and final sale prices.

April 2020 Great Domains Auction results:

Domain Currency Max Bid
bier.de EUR 149000
ktg.com EUR 18500
louise.com $US 15000
skincare.net $US 12200
deserts.com $US 10099
liki.com $US 10070
berth.com $US 7433
bestcoupons.com $US 5505
archiver.com EUR 4300
cash.fr EUR 3000
kopfkissen.de EUR 3000
planung.de EUR 2550
halalsupermarket.com EUR 1049
propertyauction.net $US 1049
rxin.com EUR 750
hnd.de EUR 600
licenses.net $US 580
ewallet.uk GBP 500
wippe.de EUR 499
oalb.com EUR 310
pqn.de EUR 170
antidepresivo.com $US 170
patentrezepte.de EUR 119
designerstiefel.de EUR 99

Update: According to a representative from Sedo, the sale of Bier.de includes the website.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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