Sedo Great Domains Auction Ending in an Hour

There are some very good domain names up for auction in Sedo’s GreatDomains featured auction, which ends in under an hour. Many of the domain names have met reserve prices and will sell.

My favorites include the following (with current bids as of posting):

  • $7,500 high bid
  • 6,800 GBP high bid
  • $1,500 high bid
  • $8,200 high bid
  • – $9,000 high bid
  • – $905 high bid
  • – $4,100 high bid
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  1. There appears to be a major GreatDomains auction problem right now, a few minutes before it closes. There are many domains which are still in the auction, but are not showing up on the auction page. Accordingly, they have posted a message on the front page –

    GreatDomains Auction – Due to an unexpected technical error with the buyer control panel, it is not possible to bid via this tool at the moment. Please bid by following the links for the individual domains using this page The auction has been extended until 7.00pm CET / 13.00pm EST.

    This is a real problem – I have domains in the auction which are still live, but not appearing on the auction page, so people aren’t able to bid on them. Certainly a lot of people won’t know to check back later because the auction is being extended.

  2. Update – now it appears to be back up, and some times extended, but I’m afraid that the damage is done….

    Also, what time is 13:00 pm EST? Do they mean 1:00 pm EST?

  3. Here is the newest update:

    GreatDomains Auction – Dear bidders, Due to a temporary technical error with the buyer control panel, we have now extended all auctions which reserves had not been met by the original closing time of 6 PM, until 7:15 pm (CET). All other bids via the links on our website were at no time affected. This means all domains that had exceeded their reserves by 6 PM CET are sold at their last bid.

  4. LOL

    It should read …

    It is Industry policy that the fox always has first grab when

    the Barn door is closed.

    Please excuse us while we CHEERY PICK some premium

    Domain Names for our Catalog.

    It is Industry policy that the fox always has first grab when

    the Barn door is closed..

    Thanking you in advance for your Cooperation 🙂

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