2nd day results of Afilias 3rd premium .INFO auction at Namejet: Games.info $11,500, Gold.info $10,099 etc

Namejet partnered with Afilias to auction a list of 79 Premium .INFO domains for the first time. The list includes domains such as books.info, gold.info, casinos.info, shop.info, stocks.info and a lot more. Each name is listed with No Reserve and will sell to the highest bidder.

Here are the results of the 16 domains auctioned on the 2nd day:

games.info $11,500
gold.info $10,099
game.info $6,301
herpes.info $5,800
hiv.info $5,400
hepatitis.info $4,988
golf.info $3,802
gifts.info $3,369
furniture.info $3,360
energie.info $1,925
god.info $1,900
general.info $1,100
genetics.info $1,019
gems.info $840
galaxy.info $498
flute.info $131

Here are the results of the 16 domains auctioned on the 1st day.

See here the results of the 1st .info auction and the results of the 2nd .info auction.

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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.

10 comments

  1. wine.info has potential 🙂

  2. I have OnlineJob.info. Now I know why it’s getting a lot more attention at DNS.

    Also have PictureID.info, but am not seeing any difference there.

  3. the medical names did fairly well given how the other names have done, but I’m really surprised that furniture, gold, golf and games went as low as they did. Someone’s going to make a very nice return on those. I missed out on gems.info today – tried to grab a bargain as it’s a great generic but the exact match searches weren’t there to push it much higher 🙁

    • How were games.info and gold.info bargains at $10k+ ?

      • Because they went for 5-10k less than I expected and for well below what their end user value is. I don’t think these are steals necessarily but the buyers should do very well.

      • Does anyone know how long we must wait until we can manage the .INFO names that we have purchased (yesterday and the day before)? Is there a waiting period?

      • The auctions end in different days so it’s hard to tell.
        I believe after you have paid and all auctions have ended there might be a 5-7 day waiting period so that the domains are transferred to Enom.

  4. so with eNom, there is going to be an auction lock with these premium .info domains?

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