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[GET] Cheap Domain names from GoDaddy forever - BIGish Glitch!!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by LuckySeven7, May 6, 2012.

  1. LuckySeven7

    LuckySeven7 Registered Member

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    Guys, I appologise if this method is stupid but its always worked for me and ive always been able to get cheap/half price single domain from GoDaddy.

    OK, So most of the time (pretty sure its all the time) GoDaddy has this offer if when you buy 3 .com domains you get them all cheap.

    So here is what I do.

    1. Search 'Cheap Domains' into google and 99% of the time GoDaddy has this "£3.99.COM Domain Sale' on. They are normally positioned #1 for the Sponsored Adverts.

    2. Click the Offer, go through to GoDaddy and select 3 .com domain names to activate the offer (one of them of course is the single domain you want).

    3. Click through to the last step where you review your order and see the domains you are purchasing.

    4. Simply delete/remove the other 2 domains you dont want and hey presto, the single domain left still has the offer activated on it.

    5. Purchase your single domain name at the reduced rate and enjoy.


    Only trying to help guys and share my little method; after all BHW has gave alot back to me.

    A little Thanks goes a long way :D.
     
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  2. GroovinMind

    GroovinMind BANNED BANNED

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    interesting method. Ill give it a try.
     
  3. Walker2k11

    Walker2k11 Junior Member Premium Member

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    Bit stupid of godaddy not to fix that little glitch. Time to exploit it, thanks!
     
  4. xphase

    xphase Junior Member

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    I've been doing this for awhile so I can vouch for it.. I doubt they'd pull the offer unless a large % of their current customers started abusing it.