Many of the domain names that will be included in the NamesCon auction have already been added to the GoDaddy auction page. As we get closer to the conference, I believe more domain names will be added. Yesterday evening, GoDaddy’s Joe Styler announced that the reserve ranges have been added to auction descriptions. Previously, the auctions with reserve prices simply stated “Reserve Not Met” and did not show the reserve ranges:
Because customers asked we added Reserve Ranges to the @RIGHToftheDOT @NamesCon auction. Click the domain to expand the detail and then click the Description link to see the Reserve Range. @DomainShane There are more names coming soon. Some Amazing names with low/no reserves pic.twitter.com/QaxoKlRbTi
— Joe Styler (@jjstyler) December 14, 2019
Having the reserve ranges is a helpful feature which will allow participants to get an idea of whether a domain name will be available in their price range. There are several domain names that I will likely bid on during the auction, and I would not waste my time following those particular auctions if the low end of the reserve range is already beyond what I would pay.
In order to see the reserve price range for each individual domain name, you will need to click on the “plus” sign to the left of each listing, then click on “Description.”