20 .Club Domain Names You Can Buy From $1,500

club-new-gtldThere are many opportunities in buying New gTLD domain names right now. I wanted to make it easier for some people and list some .club domain names that are available for purchase.

I went through more than 5,000 .club domain names at Sedo with ΒΙΝ prices from $1,500 and up to $5,000 and found the best 20 in my subjective opinion.

These are domain names that are available at the time of writing at a BUY IT NOW price at Sedo.com.

So here is my top 20 list of .Club domain names priced from $1,500 and up to $5,000:

.Club Domain Price
brand.club $1,500
brooklyn.club $1,500
cafe.club $1,500
cost.club $1,500
host.club $1,500
passport.club $1,500
expert.club $3,000
extreme.club $3,000
hosting.club $4,500
bio.club $5,000
biz.club $5,000
digital.club $5,000
help.club $5,000
spy.club $5,000
sound.club $5,000
seo.club $5,000
safe.club $5,000
tour.club $5,000
you.club $5,000
water.club $5,000

As you can see I prefer sort, 1-word New gTLD domains names. And I also like the balance that 4 letter domains offer together with .club. So there are 7 4-letter .clubs in the list.

If you buy any please let me know in a comment below. Before you ask me why I don’t buy these myself, I want to say that I have not listed 1 domain that intent to buy shortly.

If you are looking to buy a more expensive .Club domain name you can use Startup.Club, a program that helps entrepreneurs get a .CLUB name and additional marketing and PR support for their business. Startup.Club is offering qualified companies an easy 10 year interest free payment plan.

(While .Club is a sponsor of OnlineDomain.com this post was my completely my idea. I have told the registry in the past that some .club domains are being sold at low prices. This is an opportunity to get some domains while they are still cheap. This post contains no affiliates links.)

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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. I like .CLUB and I think most of those are great, but I don’t think every keyword works well with the extension. .CLUB is not the same as .COM. It serves a more specific purpose, but there is a club for practically anything so it has far reach.

    With that said, some of those could be bargains considering how much wine.club, coffee.club, and vegas.club sold for.

  2. you forgot to list Tail.club and relapse.club which is also listed on sedo

  3. Just a personal observation Konstantinos, but it is funny how your negative attitude of gtlds changed at exactly the same point when .club became a sponsor of your blog. Coincidence?

    You’re going to end up with egg on your face when the gtlds all tank. They are all so stupid. I will understand if this comment does not get published.

    • It is at least stupid (and I am very polite) to talk without knowing me, knowing what I have wrote, knowing what domains I own, when I bought them and what I have sold.
      I never had a negative attitude towards new gtlds. Maybe you judge by reading only articles where I said I didn’t like .xyz and .horse.
      There is good and bad in New gTLDs as there is with all domain names. Some people just choose to read half my articles while others read the other half.

      I had bought 500+ new gtlds before .Club became a sponsor 3 months ago. I will not get into any more details as this accusation is ludicrous.

      This is your opinion and I will not censor it. But I expect you to at least know the facts.

  4. @Dawgster

    I’ve been following K’s blog closely since the launch of the new gTLDs and i assure you he was never against them (read: progress) and is simply reporting whatever is going on in the domain industry. Good and bad news which concerns any TLD. He also is one of the many domainers currently investing / selling new gTLDs and legacy TLDs.

  5. KZ,
    I have been following you since I started in this industry. You should not have to defend yourself like that but like usual you took the high road. Keep up the good work.
    Thanks,
    Ken

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