Name.com Labor Day Sale

Name.com has a special offer for domain names in honor of Labor Day. From now through midnight MST on September 5, 2011, you can get special rates on .com, .net, and .US domain name registrations when you purchase them using the coupon promotion code ‘HARDWORK’

The special prices are set at:

  • $6.99 .US registrations
  • $8.49 .COM registrations
  • $7.99 .NET registrations
The only fine print I saw is the end time/date, so it doesn’t appear that there are any limits to the number of domain names that you can register or that can be registered as part of this promotion. If I hear otherwise, I will let you know.
Elliot Silver
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2 COMMENTS

  1. “Special prices”? My prices at moniker are:
    $6.85 .US registrations
    $8.99 .COM registrations
    $7.99 .NET registrations

    So, are these prices also special?

  2. @ Dietmar

    What’s the difference between Moniker and Network Solutions, which has a rack rate of $35/name for .com? Customer service and other loyalty reasons. If you are loyal to Name.com, it’s a good price. I suppose if you have no loyalty to one registrar and choose where to register a name based on price, it probably isn’t such a great deal.

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