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have over 20 .info godaddy domain. any renew coupon code?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by cookiestuffing, Sep 4, 2010.

  1. cookiestuffing

    cookiestuffing Regular Member

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    have over 20 .info godaddy domain. any renew coupon code?

    or any other suggestions? maybe transfer? lol


    thanks.
     
  2. Tanksapka

    Tanksapka Registered Member

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    don't care about renewal.. cancel it and after reregister it:)
     
  3. cookiestuffing

    cookiestuffing Regular Member

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    but i need own it. so i need renew them.thx
     
  4. Tanksapka

    Tanksapka Registered Member

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    if you cancel the domain.. novody knows wihch domains are... and after regsiter it again.. no chance you lose those domains
     
  5. searchguru

    searchguru Newbie

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    do a google search on the term godaddy coupons + 2010 and it will list all the vendors and the coupons they offer - check the first 5 or 6 as they aren't always the same codes and offers
     
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    gregstereo Elite Member

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    their coupon codes often do not apply to domain renewals
     
  7. furca

    furca Registered Member

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    Always go with .com unless you plan on selling before the year is over.
     
  8. Hunwarrior

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    dont think godaddy will give you a code for a .99 1st year .info.
    That is the "catch".
    Just throw them away, or pay the price.

    I might be wrong thou....
     
  9. Satan Claus

    Satan Claus Regular Member Premium Member

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    gda946 still valid I think for 22%
     
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    searchguru Newbie

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    gregstereo - that's what i thought as well and then I found this code and it worked for renewals PODFD412 - 35% off domains for renewals - try this one
     
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    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Sweet, danke schoen. Time to make the donuts...
     
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    paincake Power Member

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    So is cancelling and re-buying a viable option? Won't the registrar keep the domain if you cancel it?
     
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    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Possible. Very possible.

    Cancelling or letting a name drop and then trying to re-acquire would be a crapshoot. The registrar could take it, it could be snapped up by a backorder or in an aftermarket, etc. Very bad method if it's a name you have *any* interest in.
     
  14. Satan Claus

    Satan Claus Regular Member Premium Member

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    If you 'cancel' a domain they aren't just dropped. They'll go through a redemption phase and a pendingDelete phase. At Godaddy it'll probably be put on the marketplace (either highest bidder or closeout). If Godaddy does eventually drop your domain, it might be snagged up by the dropcatchers.