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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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

Studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and now living in Athens, Greece. Love domains and building websites. Went online in 1995, learned about HTML in 1996 and about domains in 2002. Started publishing the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.


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

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