Hi guys, I wanted to show you a little "trick" I found today. I was buying a new domain for a project I'm starting and as always, I went to retailmenot to check for coupons for my domains and found one which was 4$ for a .com/.net/org domain at godaddy and I thought that it was awesome, so I went ahead and when I was about to checkout, I saw an orange button and remembered that I had installed a chrome extension called "Honey" which basically finds and test coupons at amazon, godaddy, etc. giving you the one with most savings, but I had never used it before so I gave it a try (I already have a 4$ domain coupon but, what the hell, if the extension could find it for less, it would be awesome) So I just clicked the misterious orange button and it started to test 30 coupons and guess what... see it by yourself that's right, 1.17$ for the same domain. And the best part of it is that everytime you are going to buy a new domain at godaddy you just need to click the misterious orange button and voila, instant cheap domain for you!
Here's a little step-by-step how to:
1.- Go to http://joinhoney.com/?r=chrome download and install the extension.
2.- Go to godaddy and pick your domain/domains and go to the checkout page like you normally would
3.- If you installed the extension correctly, you should see that orange button at the buttom that says "find savings", click it and the magic will be done.
4.- Wait until it test all the coupon codes and gives you the best one
5.- Buy it
I'm not related / affiliated to the extension developers, just thought it would be helpful to you as it was for me
PS: I apologize for any grammar mistakes, english is my second language
edit: I know you can even get them at .99 cents in other providers but I'd rather pay a little bit more and have all my domains at one provider (godaddy in this case). I wouldn't like having two domains at namecheap, two and godaddy, one at register.com, etc.