How much will Election.com be sold for at the Namejet auction?

The domain name Election.com is in a public auction at Namejet since yesterday and after just a few hours it is already at $18,600. How much do you think it will be sold for? There are currently 321 bidders in the auction. There was no reserve.

Estibot.com values the domain at $142,000.

The domain was registered in 1995 and is auctioned off by it’s owner New Ventures Services Corp. (A few years back the domain was being redirected to accenture.com)

BTW elections.com registered in 1999 is parked at domainsponsor.com.

Please vote in the poll below and leave a comment if you want with the exact price you think the domain will be sold for.

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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.

7 comments

  1. My vote goes for $100,000 – $150,000 range.

  2. It is a great domain Konstantinos and one I shall definitely be following with interest, particularly as the owner of ballot.com and it’s plural, ballots.com. Interestingly I’ve had a huge increase in interested parties trying to buy them recently – is this evidence of a cyclical market due to US/UK elections in 2015? In this space, the 3 category killing phrases I’d expect are election, ballot and vote. I’d presume Vote.com is the most valuable? With Election.com, my main query would be; is the plural better for a wider development opportunity/end-user options? It is also perhaps one of the few names out of all of the domain market where to cover it’s investment value, I’d probably also want the election.org?

  3. I voted for the 75k-100k range.
    Now @ $26,500.

  4. It seems like a bad timing for the auction: running during easter weekend and ending on a Monday that is a holiday on many countries.

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