New gTLD Domain Sales: Luxury.Estate $50k, Eat.Club $20k, AirConditioning.Services $12,500 ++

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. $20000 $899 $3750 $2499 $1500 751 GBP $1500 $1500 $1500 $1500 $1000 $900

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): (Bought by AC Pro from California) (Bought by AC Pro from California) (Bought by AC Pro from California)

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

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

GROB-WERKE GmbH & Co. KG from Germany bought the domain name

Sturdy Built Trailer Parts from Florida bought

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

Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, Inc. from California bought the domain

The Institute for Multi-Sensory Education also bought the domain

Uncommon Angling LLC from New York bought

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 and not also register 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

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:
$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.


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 blog in 2012.


  1. Nice article.
    After seeing the list there may be some value in
    just picked them up to match the cctld.

  2. my domain to have Maximum bid in sedo among gTLD domains. but i wanna sell to best price.

  3. Acpro are busy again, they already got (which is redirecting to their main site) and i think they paid $12.500 for that during eap. . …might even have a chance to sell my now

  4. “Why would you pay $3,000 to buy and not also register for $10?”
    A guy from LA today has regged … lol 😀 … a typical example of cybersquatting …

  5. It looks like was picked up on the 2nd day for about $3k also…

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