[Godaddy coupon] How to save some cash

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I know. I know. This has been posted before, but I want to remind everyone about it.

Today I thought about buying the ssl for my godaddy domain. It's quite expensive (about 80,- €). I still had the "leave the product in the shopping card to get a coupon" in mind, so I wanted to try it out.

Maybe not even 1 hour later I got a mail from godaddy with a 25% off of my total next order (valid today). Saved me 20,- € and I would have bought it anyway :D.

Just wanted to remind everyone about this lil trick.

Keep grinding!
 
I know. I know. This has been posted before, but I want to remind everyone about it.

Today I thought about buying the ssl for my godaddy domain. It's quite expensive (about 80,- €). I still had the "leave the product in the shopping card to get a coupon" in mind, so I wanted to try it out.

Maybe not even 1 hour later I got a mail from godaddy with a 25% off of my total next order (valid today). Saved me 20,- € and I would have bought it anyway :D.

Just wanted to remind everyone about this lil trick.

Keep grinding!
The abandon cart trick is a good one, I used it for grammarly and got 55% off my first year
 
lol, you coulda bought a SSL from Namecheap for $2 (or $2.99) for the first year and ~$10 for the renewal...
 
lol, you coulda bought a SSL from Namecheap for $2 (or $2.99) for the first year and ~$10 for the renewal...

Yep, considered it. But I'm not sure about the quality difference of certain certificates, since I lack the knowledge in this field. Do you have done that before? Can you recommend it?
 
Yep, considered it. But I'm not sure about the quality difference of certain certificates, since I lack the knowledge in this field. Do you have done that before? Can you recommend it?

Yes, it's virtually the same. What you need to consider is the backend and the supported encryption routines! And if you need an EV certificate, it'll cost more.
 
Yes, it's virtually the same. What you need to consider is the backend and the supported encryption routines! And if you need an EV certificate, it'll cost more.

I really appreciate your answer, but that's just too high for me. Probably another reason why I took the easy (expensive) route :rolleyes:
 
About the upper answer. I think it's a good idea to do something more difficult but with less money . A tutorial on youtube it's pretty useful and the outcome will be greater because you will even learn something new besides the economy you'll made . :D
 
Never really liked GoDaddy stole some premium domains I was looking to buy long time back.
 
What's too high for you?

Sorry, forgot to answer. It's just that I have a lot of things going on and I lack the knowledge about supported encryption routines. Thus I pref to go the easy (lazy) route.

About the upper answer. I think it's a good idea to do something more difficult but with less money . A tutorial on youtube it's pretty useful and the outcome will be greater because you will even learn something new besides the economy you'll made . :D

Probably should have tried it. Well... Maybe next time.

Never really liked GoDaddy stole some premium domains I was looking to buy long time back.

How did they "steal" it? Bought them and put a huge ass price on the domain? Hate when they are doing that...

Should have bought immediately.
 
Sorry, forgot to answer. It's just that I have a lot of things going on and I lack the knowledge about supported encryption routines. Thus I pref to go the easy (lazy) route.



Probably should have tried it. Well... Maybe next time.



How did they "steal" it? Bought them and put a huge ass price on the domain? Hate when they are doing that...

Should have bought immediately.
They did the same thing with a domain I used to own :(
It got expired and they bought it and put a 1.2K £ price on it
 
you also always get a discount whenever you call godaddy via email 30%
 
Every time I contact Godaddy they send me a 25 per cent off my next purchase.

They take forever to answer the phone though and their hold music is awful! :eek:
 
You can also get free SSL on any host with CPanel.
 
you can get free ssl from cloudflare or letsencrypt (requires 3 month renewal)

But isn't there a certain risk using free ssl?

Every time I contact Godaddy they send me a 25 per cent off my next purchase.

They take forever to answer the phone though and their hold music is awful! :eek:

True :confused:

You can also get free SSL on any host with CPanel.

Same as above, isn't there a certain risk using free ssl?
 
But isn't there a certain risk using free ssl?
I didn't have any problems with it. cpanel and direct admin don't even need 3 month checking. they will automatically renew lets encrypt SSL.
 
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