Flippa Weekly Domain Sales: Clickbait.com $9,000, Gift.info $8,500

flippaHighest sale this week at Flippa was the domain names Clickbait.com that sold for $9,000.

Post-Auction Negotiation was the method of sale for 1 domain of this week’s list.

There were 6 domains that were sold by Buy-It-Now and just rebranded “Flippa Portfolio Section” (previously known as Domain Catalog) had 2 sales this week.


Top Flippa Domain Sales from the past week:
Clickbait.com  @ $9,000  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)
Gift.info  @ $8,500  (via Buy It Now)
* Frap.com  @ $5,050  (Domain Holdings Premium Brokerage)
* EngineeringColleges.com  @ $5,000  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
* YouLikeThis.com + Portfolio of 50 Domains  @ $4,050
* CoinFund.com  @ $2,222  ($1 Reserve)
SEMForum.com  @ $1,100  (via Buy It Now)
* Vitrine.io  @ $1,000  (via Flippa Portfolio Section)
CheapLoan.org  @ $1,000  (via Buy It Now)
PIMT.com  @ $1,003  ($1 Reserve)
* WebMash.com  @ $855  ($1 Reserve)
PHPApplication.com  @ $750  (via Buy It Now)
* InternetMarketingPros.com  @ $500  (via Buy It Now)
HowToTattoo.com  @ $455  ($1 Reserve)
HostNinja.com  @ $450  (via Buy It Now)
* LearnCode.net  @ $450 / [Pending Reversal] Piano.to  @ $442  ($1 Reserve)
* PNGR.com  @ $405

Sold.Domains

About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

10 comments

  1. Whats pending reversal?
    People buy and then don’t pay?

  2. all such awesome domains! I love seeing abstract crap sell! SAY IT WITH ME PEOPLE>>>>>

    A-B-S-T-R-A-C-T C-R-A-P!!!!!!

  3. .nyc portfolio sold this past week also. Though most of then names were meh, a few made it a pretty good deal for the buyer.

    https://flippa.com/5165425-111-premium-nyc-domain-names-for-sale-own-a-piece-of-the-big-apple

  4. Gift.info for $8,500?? Wow, that’s pretty good for the seller. My feeling was .INFOs were going down in value due to the saturation of all the new gTLDs.

    • I sold events.info and celebs.info for quite a few thousand. (Konstantinos wrote about it here. The really good ones are still alive.)

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