Pheenix Starts Offering $13.99 Backorders With 500% More Registrars

pheenixTan Tran, CEO of Pheenix, Inc., gave an update on the domain name backordering platform.

Pheenix people have been quietly working hard to improve it.

Here are some great new things that they have just completed:

1. 500% increase in domain registrars.

They have increased the number of registrars that they use to backorder domain names by 500%.

More registrars means they are catching a ton of more great domains for you.

2. New Super Saver pricing plan.

Besides the ‘Gold’ backorders that you have come to know, they now have a new domain backordering pricing plan: Super Saver backorders.

Super Saver backorders allow you to pay for backorders at a reduced price point of $13.99/domain. Keep in mind that Gold backorders take priority over a Super Saver backorder. So for example if one customer has a Gold backorder and another has a Super Saver backorder on it, then the customer with the Gold backorder will win the domain.

Super Saver backorders gives a great option for customers who backorder domains that have little to no competition or for domains with a lower price point in value.

In order to qualify to add Super Saver backorders, you need to have at least 1000 Pheenix Points in your account.

3. New pricing for ‘Gold’ backorders.

Beginning September 15, 2015, pricing for Gold backorders for com/net/org will increase to $21.99.


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 blog in 2012.


  1. Here is the problem as I see it – They are a small business. What will happen is dropcatch, snap, will now add 200 more registrars. This will put pheenix right back to where they were… Unless they are playing games with their ICANN connections, there is no way they can compete with the money behind snap and the others. The results each day are the report card, we
    will see.

  2. This is true, however when one catcher has 500 connections and another registrar has 50 the odds are not good. There are many things these catchers do to manipulate the system to gain and unfair edge – the batch pool and the general pool is what I am referring to. ICANN is the one who needs to govern this and suspend any registrar not in compliance.

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