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Best Place to register .com domain names in bulk

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by ChampGuy, Aug 24, 2010.

  1. ChampGuy

    ChampGuy Junior Member

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    I am looking to register about 100 .com domain names. Does anyone know the cheapest place that I can register them in bulk? I usually register domains from godaddy, but I feel like if I was registering 100 domain names at 1 time, there is somewhere I could go and get a discount.
     
  2. ChampGuy

    ChampGuy Junior Member

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    Does anyone know the cheapest place to register domain names in bulk?
     
  3. Tanksapka

    Tanksapka Registered Member

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    godaddy is the best... I guess they give some discount if you buy 100 domain and plus free privacy.. and another hand one more important thing godaddy had a good control panel to manage these domains.

    so maybe u can find cheaper domains but when u have to work with them it will be difficult..
     
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    tubeincreaser Regular Member

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    Try namecheap with the coupon GOLDDEAL or call them with this saying you want to buy 100 domains, .coms for $8.81
     
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    I think godaddy is the best.Normally they give you 30% discount for some promocode and If you buy 100 they also give you some other discount.
     
  6. ChampGuy

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    Okay, sounds like Godaddy is the way to go.
     
  7. Aremys

    Aremys Regular Member

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    Internet.bs

    $7.49 for .COM with free whois privacy. Renewal is the same with the registration price.

    Take note that $7.49 not a discounted price, it's already their regular price. So if you still want some discount, try contacting them if they offer some discounts for 100+ domains.

    I've been using them for over a year now with more than 200 domains registered, no problems so far.
     
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    Moniker.com may be able to give you $8.37 pricing. Email them. If you are from the US I would not use internet.bs because they are NOT from the US. You should always use a registrar in the same country as your own - that way if the beans spill your legal woes can be taken care of.
     
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    godaddy coupon - cjc749fat - $7.49 .coms (exp 8/31/10)
     
  10. deathclick

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    We use a variety of registrars, and you might think about doing the same. It is one way of not putting all your eggs in one basket and making it harder to have a problem that might span a whole network of domains. All those registrars listed here are pretty good alternatives. Internet.bs is the most economical without some sort of special coupon.

    Another OK to use bulk registrar is register-spot dot com.
     
  11. No Limits

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    Split the domains into groups of 25 and find 4 registrars, or register them under different accounts with the same registrar. This is a question best answered by the customer service supervisors at the registrars themselves.

    Do the research and get your best price for the registrar and their three closest competitors, then call and ask them for a better price. There is a good chance that they will work with you because you will renew.
     
  12. ricko

    ricko Newbie

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    godaddy is the best
     
  13. dshad

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    GoDaddy is the best but it's a hefty price. If you can, I'd wait until there is another 99cent per .com deal.
     
  14. n8800

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    Godaddy SUCKS! I have around 40 domains with them ill be moving all of them to Namecheap...Atleast namecheap is a bit more professional and actually doesnt clutter up my workspace with more stuff i dont need to buy...The registrar you use is important as if it has a crappy panel like godaddy does then your screwed :)
     
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    mrh0rn Newbie

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    Iwould go with hostrocket. They have some of the cheapest plans out there and they are very easy to work with.
     
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    blb12 Regular Member

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  17. gregstereo

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    I've used a number of registrars. GoDaddy has their lovers and their haters, but they are pretty cheap. So are namecheap (hence the name), internet dot bs is pretty decent, and there are others. If you're looking at bulk (basically more than 20-30 com's as an example), and comfortable with them, GD's discount domain club is worth it to get a discount on their prices.

    Oh and as far "free" privacy - with many registrars, it's only free for the first year. Just sayin'.
     
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    The best place i know to register Domains is Godaddy
    You can buy as much as domain there with discount coupons.
     
  19. pirondi

    pirondi Power Member

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    I buy my domains from internet.bs namecheap and domainsite.com