Heritage Auctions Sells Domains Quick.com For $299,000 & Blaze.com For $253,000

Heritage Auctions (HA.com) held a premium domain name auction today in San Francisco. The highest price paid in the auction was for the domain name Quick.com that was sold for $299,000. Not far behind, the domain Blaze.com sold for $253,000.

The live Domain Names Signature Auction attracted a lot of interest and many bids. There were another 7 domain sales for 5-figures including the sale of Sex.co for $63,250.

16 of the total 42 lots were sold for a total of $910,363. The domains that didn’t meet the reserve and were not sold, including VE.com, are now for sale at HA.com.

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Here are the results of the live domain name auction that included 42 lots:

Lot Domain Name(s) Price
Lot 1 » NJOQ.com $345.00
Lot 2 » Beho.com Not Sold
Lot 3 » VVF.com $32,200.00
Lot 4 » TitanSilver.com $276.00
Lot 5 » Balloon.com Not Sold
Lot 6 » LQMS.com Not Sold
Lot 7 » Blaze.com $253,000.00
Lot 8 » Sex.co $63,250.00
Lot 9 » 720.com Not Sold
Lot 10 » Helicopter.com Not Sold
Lot 11 » GHFZ.com Not Sold
Lot 12 » 4 Letter dot com Portfolio. (LLLL portfolio) $21,850.00
Lot 13 » Snowboard.com $86,250.00
Lot 14 » Quick.com $299,000.00
Lot 15 » KBTN.com Not Sold
Lot 16 » X.biz Not Sold
Lot 17 » WCM.com $48,300.00
Lot 18 » Tablets.com Not Sold
Lot 19 » NP.net Not Sold
Lot 20 » OJL.com Not Sold
Lot 21 » VE.com Not Sold
Lot 22 » Z6.org Not Sold
Lot 23 » Release.com Not Sold
Lot 24 » FSMQ.com $1,150.00
Lot 25 » Leash.com Not Sold
Lot 26 » GMK.com $36,800.00
Lot 27 » DoctorateDegree.com $5,750.00
Lot 28 » Jolt.com Not Sold
Lot 29 » Daiquiri.com Not Sold
Lot 30 » Timeless.com $52,900.00
Lot 31 » XFactor.com Not Sold
Lot 32 » Sock.com Not Sold
Lot 33 » Dot.net $8,625.00
Lot 34 » Townhomes.com – Plus Website and Traffic Not Sold
Lot 35 » WS.net Not Sold
Lot 36 » KLDN.com Not Sold
Lot 37 » Sit.com Not Sold
Lot 38 » BG.net Not Sold
Lot 39 » TartanJacket.com Not Sold
Lot 40 » IXUJ.com $345.00
Lot 41 » Kitty.ca Not Sold
Lot 42 » SAXQ.com $322.00

All prices include a 15% buyer’s premium.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

4 comments

  1. TitanSilver knocked it out of the ball park…Way to go!…I submitted Computer.Technology thinking the San Francisco demographic might be a great match. For whatever reasons I guess it didn’t meet the strict requirements…

  2. Some good one word buying e.g. quick.com. Demonstrates not to force a sale, rather wait for the right buyer. Maybe these sellers did not have that choice.

  3. How would someone like myself go about submitting domains to such a thing in the future … ? … as well as finding the whereabouts of said requirements/restrictions for domains to be submitted – ?
    I’d love to know –

    Thanx much –

  4. They, or perhaps more accurately just Aron, routinely reject better domains for inclusion, while some of the ones there are rather crappy by comparison. Same in previous auctions. Why is that?

    TitanSilver.com? Is that a joke?

    DoctorateDegree.com? Weak

    TartanJacket.com? Seriously?

    Dot.net? Really?

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