Vacation Domain Names for Sale

I have reduced the prices on my vacation-related domain names by quite a bit, and I would be happy to sell them for even less as a bulk package. The individual prices are below, but I would sell the entire lot for $9,750 (saving around $4,000 off their reduced prices). Some of these domain names have been developed with mini-sites, and I would include those if you are interested. – $2,750   – $2,750 – $1,750 – $950 – $950 – $950 – $950 – $650 – $650 – $1,450

Elliot Silver
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  1. According the lot worth $21k, so the low is priced less than half of the appraised value, in my dictionary: bargain domains.

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