Namecheap Black Friday & Cyber Monday Domain Name Sales

In a press release I received yesterday morning, Namecheap announced its upcoming Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Of particular interest to domain investors are the sales on domain name registrations, including newly registered .com domain names.

Here are the domain name registration deals announced by Namecheap:

  • 50% off .com – $6.98/domain name
  • 43% off .net – $7.98/domain name
  • 54% off .org – $5.98/domain name
  • 89% off .co – $2.98/domain name
  • 94% off .xyz – $0.78/domain name
  • 99% off .shop – $0.38/domain name

This particular sale is for new domain name registrations – not for transfers or renewals. To take advantage of this Black Friday / Cyber Monday offer, customers need to use this promo code: BFCMTLD23. Unfortunately, there is a limit of 5 registrations per person.

Namecheap also announced a separate offer for inbound domain name transfers, but the specific prices were not shared. The announcement stated, “customers can save up to 43% when they transfer select domains into Namecheap with the code BFCMTR23.” There is also a limit of 5 domain name transfers per person. Update: This morning, I was told the limit for inbound transfers is 50 domain names. The sale runs through December 1.

Namecheap’s sale begins at 12am Eastern on Black Friday, November 24th and ends on December 1, 2023. You can visit their Black Friday / Cyber Monday landing page to see all of their special promos.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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