Jeff Sass, CMO of the .Club registry, emailed me this morning to let me know the registry has made pricing adjustments to some of its registry-held .Club domain names. The registry shared a video to highlight some of the .Club domain names that had their retail prices reduced. In addition, Jeff shared the following information with me:
“Twice a year we make adjustments to our premium name inventory available at registrars around the world and we just released our latest update as noted on our blog. In order to make certain names available at registrars we had to lower their prices to fit within our authorized premium tiers. This means some names that were formerly in the “super premium” category are now available at very attractive prices, in many cases at $10,000 or less. Many of these names were previously only available at aftermarket platforms. “
I am not sure if these domain names have standard renewal rates or if the rates are higher based on the individual domain names. It’s always best to double check this information first. It might also be a good idea to try and lock in renewal rates for the foreseeable future (if possible) to ensure the renewal prices do not fluctuate much.
Here’s the .Club video highlighting some of the domain names that were recently repriced: