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Need>NameCheap Domain Coupon Less than $5

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Bcue015, Jul 10, 2013.

  1. Bcue015

    Bcue015 Newbie

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    I really need a .com domain coupon code in NameCheap less than $5. Just post in this thread if you have one.
     
  2. Moosey

    Moosey Senior Member

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    You won't find a working one, namecheap is really CHEAP as it is $10 with free domain privacy.
     
  3. Limonpervez

    Limonpervez BANNED BANNED

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    not now available coupon on namecheap
     
  4. goodboy133

    goodboy133 Regular Member

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    Read. This. Forum.
    You have one just under your thread, now move your ass and don't be lazy.
     
  5. Bcue015

    Bcue015 Newbie

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    Dude I already did. Only BUYTHEDOMAIN Coupon is affordable right now. Stop assuming yourself to be an expert.
     
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  6. Melvin

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    Hey.. Thanks for the Coupon. Help me save a little. :)
     
  7. Goal Line Technology

    Goal Line Technology Senior Member

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    Code:
    http://www.namecheap.com/promos/coupons.aspx?gclid=CNLn1afVqrgCFSTKtAodgR0AIA
     
  8. goodboy133

    goodboy133 Regular Member

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    That's what I asked, little boy. If you spent 2 minutes reading this forum before, you'd not have been needy to post this thread. Now go drink your milk. :)
     
  9. E=MC²

    E=MC² Junior Member

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    Was it really necessary for you to answer him like that?
     
  10. goodboy133

    goodboy133 Regular Member

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    Well, regarding his reply to me, that's what he should expect. Nothing personal. :)
     
  11. techforce

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    sorry but why name cheap you can get one from godaddy for less that 3 $?
     
  12. SimpleSpace

    SimpleSpace Newbie

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    free domain privacy - that's one
    better to work with - that's second
     
  13. cndomainsite

    cndomainsite Newbie

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    As far as I know, many registrars offer free whois privacy with lower price. Is Namecheap really a good choice?
     
  14. techforce

    techforce Registered Member

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    Can you suggest some of them ?
     
  15. slipring

    slipring Registered Member

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    "BUYTHEDOMAIN" worked today...payed $6.17 total
     
  16. Oukast

    Oukast Senior Member

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    They really don't. I used to love Gossimer for their truly free privacy protect (not just for the first year as with NameCheap), but now even they won't offer that, so it's pretty much back to NC. But they rock otherwise so just couple bucks a year won't be a dealbreaker ;)
     
  17. worldbh

    worldbh Registered Member

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    Here are some things you better know - You better read the fine print...So if you want to register your domain with a registrar who doesn't play any games, a domain registrar who:

    • never hides any fees
    • pays the registry for the same number of years you order, up front
    • gives you direct, unfettered access to your whois records, your registrar locks, your auth codes and even total control over your domain's DNS settings like hostname records, mail exchangers and nameservers
    • offers a free whois email privacy service and will never sell your data to a third party
    • who doesn't "monetize" your domains
    • who never "front runs" prospective domain searches
    • a domain registrar who answers the phone and basically doesn't try to upsell you or sell you a bunch of services you don't need or want - READ THE FINE PRINT - free domain privacy is not free!