Plans.com Sold for $275k via Squadhelp

Squadhelp announced that Plans.com was sold for $275,000 via its recently launched Ultra Premium Domain Marketplace. It was the first sale closed on Squadhelp’s high end domain name marketplace. Some details about the sale were shared on Twitter/X by the company:

Squadhelp CEO Darpan Munjal commented to me on the sale:

“The Ultra premium marketplace is still in a private Beta, and the domains can be currently searched via the discovery tools on Squadhelp.com. I believe there is a massive potential for an exclusive destination of top tier domains and we are already seeing quite a bit of inbound interest for higher end domains. We plan to amplify the marketing exposure after our public launch in the coming weeks.”

Once the sale is added to DNJournal’s year to date sales report, it will rank as a top 10 public domain name sale YTD. I added it to the Embrace.com list of recent one word .com domain name sales.

Squadhelp recently announced it would begin accepting listing submissions for its premium marketplace.

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17 COMMENTS

  1. Thank YOU BULLS!!!!! Your not only good in bed but your high level IQ!!! I love you BULLS, you and my dad are my heros

  2. Last sold in 2008 for 70k. The price of *a lot* of things has tripled since then. He made a little money, but could have done much better with many other investments.

  3. Exactly Plans does NOT meet radio test. BULLS you Eliott and Rick Swartz are my IDOLS. My dad as well but my friends from school think he is a fat ugly washed up porn star and it hurts me.

  4. That is a facile and misguided statement. Argument for the sake of argument.

    As *usable* digital commercial “real estate,” this is one of those times when the plural is markedly and meaningfully superior to the singular instead of the opposite because of what “plans” represents vs. “plan” in common top of mind thought and immediate perception for commercial purposes. “Plans.com” is a giant gem of a domain in terms of commercial utility, and any incidental influence that would lead someone to even think of and consider visiting “Plan.com” or mistakenly doing so as a result is negligible compared to what can be done and potentially earned via “Plans.com.”

  5. plan and plans both look good on “newsPaper” but plans still does not pass the radio test.

    I still prefer Plan printed on my Tshirt . The only plural that looks good on my Tshirt is Boobs

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