Flippa Weekly Domain Sales: 1095.com $17,566, Dobi.com $9,750

flippaHighest sales this week at Flippa were the domain names 1095.com that sold for $17,566.

.io did very well this week with 6 sales.

Post-Auction Negotiation was the method of sale for 8 domains of this week’s list.

There were 14 domains that were sold by Buy-It-Now and just rebranded “Flippa Portfolio Section” (previously known as Domain Catalog) had 9 sales this week.


Top Flippa Domain Sales from the past week:
1095.com  @ $17,566  (Domain Holdings Exclusive!)
Dobi.com  @ $9,750  (Domain Holdings Exclusive!)
Imasecure.com  @ $6,000  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Aspin.com  @ $5,500  (via Buy It Now)  //  [Confirmation Pending] DropCatcher.com  @ $5,000  (Editors’ Choice via Post-Auction Negotiation)
TopTwenty.com  @ $4,500  (via Buy It Now)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Imasecure.us  @ $4,500  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)  //  [Confirmation Pending] ExtraMoney.com  @ $4,100  (Domain Holdings Exclusive!)
WeddingProposal.com  @ $3,500
Mindblower.com  @ $3,000  (via Buy It Now)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Impervious.com  @ $2,899  (via Buy It Now)  //  [Confirmation Pending] SDRE.com  @ $2,500  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
King.io  @ $2,150  //  [Confirmation Pending] eNails.com  @ $2,000  (via Buy It Now)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Portfolio of 140+ Domains  @ $2,000   //  [Confirmation Pending] Portfolio of 27 Domains  @ $1,925  (via Buy It Now)
DNPrices.com  @ $1,850  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
Plagued.com  @ $1,800  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Obtaining.com  @ $1,800  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Konger.com  @ $1,601  //  [Confirmation Pending] Cloud.ms  @ $1,500  (via Buy It Now)  //  [Confirmation Pending] CasterWheels.com  @ $1,500  (via Buy It Now)
ForexInvestments.com  @ $1,450  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
Apartment.io  @ $1,436
Backpackz.com  @ $1,350  ($1 Reserve)
MobileRepairs.com  @ $1,250  (Negotiated Post-Auction)  //  [Confirmation Pending] SafetyObservations.com  @ $1,250  //  [Confirmation Pending] Portfolio of 12 LLLL .com Domains  @ $1,200  (via Buy It Now)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Domain-CGI.com  @ $1,100  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Copiers.org  @ $991  ($1 Reserve)
SexTeens.com  @ $960  ($1 Reserve)
BlackJack.io  @ $906  ($1 Reserve)
iueu.com  @ $850
Geaf.com  @ $850  (via Buy It Now)
Oceanics.com  @ $759
Bart.net  @ $757
IDHH.com  @ $750  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
FXFactor.com  @ $725  (via Buy It Now)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Roulette.io  @ $715  ($1 Reserve)  //  [Confirmation Pending] SeattleSkylights.com  @ $685  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)  //  [Confirmation Pending] Handwrought.com  @ $656  //  [Confirmation Pending] PIMT.com  @ $640
New-Year.com  @ $600  (via Buy It Now)  //  [Confirmation Pending] iojo.com  @ $560  //  [Confirmation Pending] Krev.com  @ $550  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
Exercise.net  @ $506  ($1 Reserve)
DialMedical.com  @ $501  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)
Fizz.io  @ $500  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)
CCO.io  @ $500  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)
CutePurses.com  @ $500
DubaiApp.com  @ $500  (Negotiated Post-Auction)  //  [Confirmation Pending] JavaMySQL.com  @ $499  (via Buy It Now)
Gets.org  @ $499  (via Buy It Now)

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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.

3 comments

  1. I’m still puzzled by the .IO sales.

  2. Several of those .IO domains seem like viable names for projects. Of many .IO domains selling on Flippa this cannot be said.

    Gambling domains almost always outperform other niches price-wise. That applies to 2 of these. And with Apartment.io, the .COM is locked up in use and off the market for good, which raises the value of the keyword in remaining extensions with any degree of popularity. Fizz.io and King.io are both short, familiar, and optimistic. I can see them being used by apps or websites.

    If these are retail prices and the buyers are end users, then why not? If wholesale and the buyers are domainers, then I’m dubious.

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