If you own more than a few domain names, you’ve probably heard that the price of .com domain names are going to be increasing across the board on July 1, 2010, the result of VeriSign’s price increase. If you own just a few domain names, this probably isn’t such a big deal, but if you own hundreds or thousands, this is a big chunk of change.
Oftentimes you see registrars touting great transfer prices, which have an asterisk because they don’t include other “little” fees which can add up. Currently, Name.com is running a special domain transfer promotion, where the real price of the transfer is $6.99 – with no added/hidden fees at all.
Name.com’s “Real” $6.99 transfer promotion details:
- No promo code required
- Doesn’t limit the number of domains that can be transferred at one time or per account.
- Includes the ICANN fee in the $6.99 transfer price
- Is valid for new and existing customers
- Ends June 30, 2010
If you transfer your domain name(s) to Name.com for $6.99 total, they will add a year to your domain registration, so you’re actually paying $6.99 for an additional year. If your domain name expires in December of 2010 for example, and you transfer it now, the expiration date will be moved to December of 2011.
Domain Investors who would like to transfer their domains to Name.com and save can start by visiting Name.com’s transfer page.