New gTLD Domain Sales: realestate.agency $4,800, 3 sold for $3,000+ and 18 for $1,200+ each (seo.agency)

This past week the following 5 Donuts New gTLDs entered general availability with EAP: .agency, .bargains, .boutique, .cheap and .zone.

The total Donuts EAP purchases from the first 3 EAP days is at about $35,000 or more depending on the premium domain names.

Some of the sales are difficult to find as a few domains don’t have nameserves and don’t appear in the zone files. Only sales over $1,000 are reported.

There was no domain name sold on the 1st day of the EAP for about $12,500 or more depending on the registration/renewal price (premium level or no premium).


Click here to see all past sales for over $10,000.

There were 3 domain names sold on the 2nd day of the EAP for about $3,000 each or more depending on the registration/renewal prices (premium level or no premium):

seo.agency (SEO Image, Inc.)
wood.agency
(Birdseye International Inc.)
kids.agency
(boxstudios.com)

There were also 18 domain names bought at about $1200 each in the third day of EAP:

The domain realestate.agency was sold for $4,800 despite being bought on the 3rd day of EAP. This is because is carries a registration/renewal fee of $3,600. Click here to read the full story.

Arcade Pte Ltd bought the domain name arcade.agency.

Boxstudios.com that bought the domain kids.agency for $3,000+ also bought the domain kidscreative.agency.

Innovate Solutions from Alaska bought the domain socialmedia.agency. I got the social.agency a lot cheaper than $1,200.

Someone from Nevada bought the domains vegas.bargains and vegas.cheap and a different person from Nevada also bought travel.bargains.

Gogetssl.com from Latvia bought the domain name ssl.cheap.

I also checked all the corresponding domain names in .com and found no domain that was sitting unregistered today. I guess that buyers are becoming more picky and cautious.

A lot of the registered .com domains are owned by domainers.


Some of the purchases above might be higher that reported if the domain name is labeled as premium. Premium registration/renewals start at $50 and go all the up to $1500 per year. Prices are approximate and depend on what each registrar charges on top of the registry fee.

You can register a domain name using the Donuts EAP that is available in registrars that sell Donuts gTLDs. EAP prices start at about $12,500 and are lowered within the course of the week until they reach the regular registration cost after the 7 day period. The EAP wholesale registrar prices are:
$10,000 (day1)
$2,500 (day2)
$950 (day3)
$500 (day4)
$100 (days 5-7)

Go Daddy’s early access prices are at about $12,539.99 for day one, $3,164.99 for day two, $1,239.99 for day three, $689.99 for day four and $189.99 for days five to seven. After day seven the regular registration cost applies.

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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. Keywords like seo, vegas, travel come with huge premium renewals, which only deep pockets with holding power, or end users can really justify spending at those given EAP prices.

    Funny Berkens dropped Bahamas.TV, people spend hundreds of millions of dollars vacations there each year, and a $500 premium renewal could not be justified in .tv, which when up against the new class of gtld’s is a top 10 extension. How are these same gtld’s going to fare with their $250-$4000 renewals?

  2. Zournas,

    I believe the word you are looking for is REGISTERED, not sold. Those domains registered for those amounts plus the renewal premiums. So you may want to revise your headline. Sold applies only to aftermarket. Thanks.

  3. How much did creative.agency go for?

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