Google Domains wants to grow its domain name business so they are now offering one free domain name (.com, .net, .org, .biz, or .info, a $12 value) to each of their customers.
The free domain name offer expires on July 31, 2016.
Here are the details of the offer that was sent by email today:
Looking for a new domain? You’ve come to the right place. We think managing a domain should be simple, secure, reliable, and we make it easy to get started.
Get one year free with this special offer.* Pick any eligible standard domain name and get your first year of registration on us. Redeem your free domain now.
Have questions? Our support team is here to help.
See you online,
The Google Domains team
*This offer is available for a free year of service with the standard .com, .net, .org, .biz, or .info domains (a $12 value). This offer can be used for new registrations or transfers of qualifying domains. Domains Apps subscriptions, premium domains, and aftermarket domains do not qualify for this offer. Offer cannot be divided or used across multiple domain registrations and/or transfers. Limited one offer per customer. Offer expires on July 31, 2016.
When trying to buy a domain I get the following error message
“You appear to be in a country where Google Domains is not yet available. You may manage your existing domains, but you will not be able to make a purchase unless you have a U.S. billing address”
It seems this offer is for the US only? :-/
Yes, the same applies to me too. (Greece)
What’s the redemption URL?
When I go to my Google Domains account (no domains yet), I don’t see the option for a free domain.
I guess you have to wait for the email to arrive.
It seems like only one who recieved this email can get free domain. I tried but it didn’t work