Namecheap’s “Move Your Domain Day” donates up to $1.50 per domain transfer to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)

Today it is Move Your Domain Day 2018 over at Namecheap and they are helping their customers protect Internet freedom by donating up to $1.50 per domain transfer to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).

Transfer your domain to Namecheap on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 and you can save some money. Namecheap is slashing its prices on select domain transfers that day for 24 hours.

You’ll be able to transfer up to 25 .com, .net, .org, .biz, or .info domains to Namecheap for $3.98 each. Namecheap will add one year of Private Email, a year of WhoisGuard, and a year of Positive SSL absolutely free (that’s a total value of $21.76).

For each domain you transfer, Namecheap will donate money directly to the EFF to support their work protecting digital freedom for all.

Electronic Frontier Foundation is a nonprofit organization that fights for Internet freedom, privacy, and online civil liberties. Since 1990, they have championed digital rights in the courts and through grassroots organizing, technology development, and public education.

Namecheap has raised over $350,000 for EFF over the past few years.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

4 comments

  1. Don’t forget to use the promo code: MYDD2018
    to get the transfer discount.

  2. Then next year you pay $9+ for renewal, or transfer them out 1 by 1, I did this a few years ago, and now it is more work just to move everything out, as it is not my go to register. Live, and learn.

  3. You can do 25 domains, but you have to do 5 per order which also adds some more time. But it’s a good deal price wise.

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