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9,300 new .CLUB premium names released tomorrow

On December 13*, at 10:00 am Eastern Time .CLUB will be releasing approximately 9,300 NEW premium names into the registrar channel in the tiered premium offerings.

These names include names that were previously registered by the registry and thus were not available through the registrar channel.

The tiered premium names have suggested retail prices ranging from $100 to $10,000. As always, renewals on all .CLUB premium names, at all price points, are at the standard registration fee. Later tonight (around 9pm ET) the updated final lists of NEW names and all tiered premium names will be posted at

Some of the new names to be released include:

and many more.

The new names also include approximately 1,200 3-character .CLUB names like:

The registry is also releasing some 2-character names and some 3-number domains like:

Get the full list of names at

In honor of the release of these new names .club is going to offer a free custom t-shirt to the first 500 people who purchase a .CLUB premium name and share the name they registered on Twitter, tagging @getDotClub and including the hashtag #ClubIsEverywhere. Only premium names (priced at $59.99 or more) purchased after 10 am Eastern on Tuesday, December 13th and before 12 midnight Eastern on December 31st will qualify. .Club needs to be able to confirm the purchases via the Whois Records. The custom tee-shirts will feature the recipient’s purchased .CLUB name on the back of the shirt.


*There was a timing issue and some of the previously registered premium names that .club is moving to the registrar channel have not yet completed the deleting process yet, including the names featured in the video. They will be available for registration in a few days or so.  Sorry for any confusion.


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. 1A Club ,,,, why bother?
    All that glitters is not gold
    The others have much more appeal

  2. The marketplace has become very crowded, the Chinese dollars have tried up from a year ago.

    Hype has exited, they executed this to late.

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