Domains priced up to $50K are now Afternic Fast Transfer eligible (see all partner registrars)

Afternic has increased the maximum price for Fast Transfer domains to $50,000 from $25,000.

Afternic claims that domain names that are priced and opted in to Fast Transfer have 25% higher sales velocity.

What is Afternic Fast Transfer?
Fast Transfer domains change owners instantly after they’re sold. For example, a domain selling through an Afternic Reseller Partner (e.g., Network Solutions) automatically transfers from your registrar (e.g., GoDaddy) without you having to do a push or unlock and provide an authorization code. Many of the largest international partner resellers only accept Fast Transfer domains because the process is seamless for them and their customers.

Eligibility requirements

  • Domain must be registered with a participating registrar that is an Afternic fast transfer partner (see below)
  • Domain can’t be expiring within 30 days (or already expired)
  • Domain can’t have a transfer lock on it
  • Domain TLD must be .com, .info, .net, .biz, or .org
  • Domain must pass minimum required integrity checks on Afternic
  • Domain must have a Buy Now price between $50 and $50,000

Anyone can list domain priced over $50K on Afternic Manual Transfer domains , i.e. domains not opted into the Fast Transfer network. The Manual Transfer Buy Now Priced domains will appear on many partner sites just as a Priced Buy Now Fast Transfer name, meaning the search results look the exact same. The difference happens after payment is made on the checkout.

Afternic fast transfer registrar partners:

Domain Discover
Network Solutions Plus
eNom central
Bulk Register
Domain Monster


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. Hesitant about fast transfer for premium domains, just to many things that can go wrong, just don’t trust yanking names out of accounts.

  2. The other day I asked Afternic if Epik was their transfer registrar partner and got confirmation that it was.

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