Triple report today with over $220,000 of reported sales and 6 5-figure sales!
There were 21 domains sold in the first 3 Donuts EAP days for .tools, .industries, .parts, .supply, .supplies, .report, .vision, fish and .services for a total of about $72,000 or more including the premium domains.
GoDaddy/Afternic has stopped sending out the weekly sales report until the IPO.
Sedo sold 12 New gTLD domains. The 7 .Club domains were sold by the .club registry.
You can also see the .global auction results at ICANN 50 with Banking.Global selling for $12,000, the Go Daddy .ninja and .reviews auction and the sale of Luxury.Estate for $50,000 by DomainHoldings.
Back to the Donuts EAP sales: these past 3 weeks the following 8 Donuts New gTLDs entered general availability with EAP: .tools, .industries, .parts, .supply, .supplies, .report, .vision, fish and .services.
There were 3 domain names 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):
There were 7 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):
The Institute for Multi-Sensory Education bought the domain orton-gillingham.supplies.
GROB-WERKE GmbH & Co. KG from Germany bought the domain name grob.tools.
Sturdy Built Trailer Parts from Florida bought boattrailer.parts.
There were also 11 domain names bought at about $1200 each in the third day of EAP.
AC Pro from California bought 4 domains:
Raceparts (U.K.) Limited from the UK bought rally.parts.
Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, Inc. from California bought the domain genesyslab.industries.
The Institute for Multi-Sensory Education also bought the domain ortongillingham.supplies.
Uncommon Angling LLC from New York bought hookedup.fish.
I also checked all the corresponding domain names in .com and found 7 domains that were sitting unregistered today:
Why would you pay $3,000 to buy grob.tools and not also register grobtools.com for $10?
A lot of the registered .com domains are owned by domainers such as NAME ADMINISTRATION INC. (BVI) and Huge Domains.
I am sure you notice that not all domain names are reported above. The complete searchable and sortable list of 750+ New gTLD Domain Name Sales can be found in the new paid Members Area of OnlineDomain.com.
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.
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 or $3600+ 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:
$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.