Daily Domain Sales (2-26-2015): Musix.com 7,750 EUR, Lace.eu 3,750 EUR

dailyI sold 4 domains this past week. 2 of them are paid already and I am sure that the 3rd will get paid also. Not sure about the 4th one. I sold 2 new gtlds, $2,5k and $10k(-20%), a .us for $2k and a .info for $4,5k. I guess you can make money with any extension. I also declined a $10k offer on a .com.

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Click here to see all the old daily domain sale reports.

To newbies: these prices below are 99% WHOLESALE prices except for some sales at Sedo. Here are the top domain name sales and auctions from Sedo, Namejet, Snapnames, Go Daddy, Drop Catch and Flippa (please note that a lot of the domain names listed below have not been paid for yet):

Sedo Domain Sales:
musix.com 7,750 EUR
mybusinesscloud.com $4,995
lace.eu 3,750 EUR
knips.at 1,800 EUR
heimwerk.de 1,750 EUR
clickjet.com $1,500

Namejet Domain Auctions:
suc.net $2,700
ranchhomes.com $2,209
performancefitness.com $1,405
zoce.com $931

Go Daddy Domain Auctions:

DropCatch Dropped Auctions:
mailout.com $3,316
MakeBetter.com $1,000
BianchUi.com $964
NetBag.com $950
Clean1.com $326
Dreimaster.com $305
KadosHop.com $244
UnoGateway.com $240
VillaDuParc.com $160
Unickz.com $144

Flippa Domain Auctions:
LearnTheWeb.com $1,800
RealEstateDomain.com $600
CoolByDesign.com $366
oduh.com $265
MindDig.com $175


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.


  1. Not a bad week for! Will any of those sales be reported?

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