.org Go Daddy Project 94 Results: 27 of 42 domains sold for a total of $88,642 (fs.org $9,250, ts.org $9,065)

From March 18 to April 4, 2013, Go Daddy Auctions offered on an extended 17 day auction 42 rare, valuable one and two character .org domain names. 27 of the total 42 domains were sold in this auction with a total price of $88,642 USD. The average sales price for the 27 domains was $3,283. The top domains were fs.org and ts.org getting more than $9,000 each.

Here is the complete list of the 27 sold .org domains:

Domain: Final Price: Asking Price: Bids:
fs.org $9,250 $1,000 39
ts.org $9,065 $1,000 63
nh.org $8,600 $1,000 50
lo.org $7,400 $1,000 59
bp.org $5,325 $1,000 43
hb.org $5,223 $1,000 65
e3.org $4,900 $10 85
zi.org $3,650 $1,000 41
cq.org $3,300 $1,000 57
qd.org $2,827 $1,000 41
wz.org $2,627 $1,000 32
b3.org $2,550 $10 39
2c.org $2,500 $10 67
nq.org $2,500 $1,000 14
zq.org $2,500 $1,000 45
zg.org $2,175 $1,000 21
7d.org $2,001 $10 74
c2.org $1,803 $10 57
3p.org $1,800 $10 44
xq.org $1,725 $1,000 22
5v.org $1,325 $10 98
i6.org $1,125 $10 35
2w.org $1,026 $10 41
h9.org $1,025 $10 83
7e.org $910 $10 48
k4.org $810 $10 40
6j.org $700 $10 64

One letter .org domains had a starting price of $50,000 and didn’t get any bids. Go Daddy required a $5,000 deposit in order to make a bid and that didn’t make it any easier. Here is the list of the 15 one letter .org domains that didn’t get any bids:

Domain Name Starting Price
a.org $50,000
c.org $50,000
d.org $50,000
e.org $50,000
h.org $50,000
i.org $50,000
k.org $50,000
n.org $50,000
o.org $50,000
q.org $50,000
s.org $50,000
t.org $50,000
v.org $50,000
w.org $50,000
z.org $50,000
Sold.Domains

About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

4 comments

  1. It’s crazy that not a single LL .org sold for five figures. These definitely ended up in the hands of investors. These type of auctions need a lot of promotion (and hard work) to tap into end-buyers, willing to pay more. Makes my $25.5k sale of 360.org a standing record 🙂

  2. Value of .ORG name is about 1% of same one under .COM

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