Flippa Domain Name Listing Fee is lowered to $9 from $29

Today, Flippa announced lower listing fees – across the board. The Domain Name Listing Fee saw the largest reduction down to $9 from $29. Here are the all new listing fees:

Established Websites – Was $29, Now $19

The listing fee for established websites is now $19 – down from $29. This is the most popular type of listing on Flippa as it places your website in front of tens of thousands of buyers looking for a great investment or online business to buy. At $19, this is incredibly good value.

Domains – Was $29, Now $9

Our Holiday domains price change showed that there’s an appetite in the domaining community to sell your domains at a lower cost. Today we announce the listing fee for domains is now just $9. At this lower cost domainers, both professional and amateur, can list a number of domains for sale and it won’t break the bank.

Apps – Was $29, Now $19

The App marketplace is growing week by week. We want to foster the growth of selling Apps in an auction setting and to help sellers out, we’re cutting the listing fee for Apps from $29 to $19.

To See full pricing details click here.

Flippa says that “the listing fee is an important barrier as it keeps lower-end websites that you see for sale elsewhere, off Flippa. It creates an ecosystem of serious buyers and sellers. You’ll get everything you paid for previously — just at a lower price! That includes our industry leading product, an established and unique marketplace system, awesome customer support and a diverse community buyers all looking to purchase great websites, domains and app.”

I wish Flippa good luck with the new pricing. I was thinking about listing a few domains at Flippa and maybe that time has arrived.


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

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