Rightside Is Reducing Prices Of 4,933 Premium Domains By 70-95%

rightsideRightside announced that it is reducing the prices of Platinum Premium domain names from its New gTLDs by 70-95%.

The announcement was made by Name.com, a registrar owned by Rightside.

On Sept. 9, 2015, they are dropping the prices of 4,933 Platinum Premium Domains.

With domains that include options from .REVIEWS to .DEMOCRAT, they are reducing prices by 70-95 percent.

“And we think that some of you folks are going to be very interested in these discounted Premium Domains.”

Rightside premium pricing is a bit confusing. Purchase price could be the same as the renewal price but it could also be different. For example ballet.dance has a year one price of $10,000 and a renewal price of $1,000. Purchase price and renewal price is the same, at $7,000, for the domain b2b.software.

Platinum premium domains were priced at about $50,000 so now the most expensive of the domains in this list is priced at $15,000. The cheapest is priced at $5,000. Renewal prices range from $7,000 down to $1,500. Not exactly a deal.

In January I discovered by accident that Rightside New gTLD Domain Name Renewals Are Much LOWER Than Registration Prices.

Some of the Name.com top choices include:

  • www.skis.forsale
  • www.trademarks.lawyer
  • www.oakland.mortgage
  • www.london.dance
  • www.freelance.consulting

The Name.Market makes it easy to find the Premium Domains you want. Just head over to the site to search for keywords or the exact domain name you’re interested in. If you want to see the full list of Platinum Premium Domains that have been discounted, download the complete list of reduced Premium Domains in Excel format, or CSV format, and then register your choices on Sept. 9.


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 OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.


  1. They have finally realized they can’t sell junk at rip-off prices … much more heavy discounting to come soon in the new gTlds world as the current asset bubble bursts …

  2. Smart move, thanks for the inventory list.

  3. This list remains full of NOPE NOPE NOPE. For the 5K I would much prefer the .com’s – and in many cases I’d bet I could get more than one for the same coin…

  4. It’s ridiculous, complicated pricing like this that will end up killing the tld and affecting the gtld movement. I don’t know if it’s greed or stupidity.

    I understand premium auctions and even premium pricing, but keep renewals the same for all names. To stray into premium renewals will simply make people more hesitant to develop names on the extension.

    Don’t confuse people too! That’s a pretty good rule in business.

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