Reduced Prices on Single Letter & Number .XYZ Domain Names

In a blog post and newsletter email this morning, the .XYZ registry announced “that over 2,700 (90%) of our variably priced premium domains have had their wholesale prices reduced for registrations, renewals, and transfers.” With the news, the company released the list of domain names that had their prices reduced.

I took a look at the list that was shared by the registry, and it appears that all single letter .XYZ domain names are still available to purchase. There are just four single number .XYZ domain names available to purchase, since I believe the others were previously sold.

I wrote about the sales of 8.XYZ and 6.XYZ in November of 2015. Interestingly, at the time of that article, .XYZ Registry CEO Daniel Negari told me that the company was “considering offers of $250K+ for the remaining numbers individually.” I am not sure the sale prices of 1.XYZ, 2.XYZ, 3.XYZ, or 9.XYZ (assuming they were sold), but it looks like the recommended sale prices of the remaining single number .XYZ domain names is now $13,000/each. As we all know, the market has changed in the last two years, especially in China.

Here are the current recommended retail prices for single letter .XYZ domain names along with the old recommended prices:

a.xyz $13,000 $55,000
b.xyz $13,000 $55,000
c.xyz $13,000 $55,000
d.xyz $13,000 $55,000
e.xyz $13,000 $55,000
f.xyz $13,000 $55,000
g.xyz $13,000 $55,000
h.xyz $13,000 $55,000
i.xyz $13,000 $55,000
j.xyz $13,000 $55,000
k.xyz $13,000 $55,000
l.xyz $13,000 $55,000
m.xyz $13,000 $55,000
n.xyz $13,000 $55,000
o.xyz $13,000 $55,000
p.xyz $13,000 $55,000
q.xyz $13,000 $55,000
r.xyz $13,000 $55,000
s.xyz $13,000 $55,000
t.xyz $13,000 $55,000
u.xyz $13,000 $55,000
v.xyz $13,000 $55,000
w.xyz $55,000 $55,000
x.xyz $55,000 $55,000
y.xyz $55,000 $55,000
z.xyz $55,000 $55,000

Here are the current recommended retail prices for single  number .XYZ domain names along with the old recommended prices:

0.xyz $13,000 $55,000
4.xyz $13,000 $55,000
5.xyz $13,000 $55,000
7.xyz $13,000 $55,000

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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4 COMMENTS

  1. game over…

    still $12,990 too much for this junk.
    Make them available “first come first serve” and maybe then you’ll get some traction.

  2. Maybe someone will purchase them all together and own a-z on xyz. Looks like a great way to burn half a million dollars (Only $506,000.00 for all of them). Will the renewal prices be the same bargain, year to year?

  3. Daniel- why are the renewal prices so high??

    Even sdfgggg.protection gets more than $2000 for renewal…

    You need to fix the renewal rates on regular names and meaningless names and on premium names..

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