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Discussion in 'Domain Name Appraisal Discussion' started by dnseller, Sep 17, 2002.

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  1. dnseller

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    hi guys, i got y13.com and y17.com will this suitable for young 13 and 17 ??

    how much can i expect from you guys?
  2. Duke

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    These 3-character letter/number combos drop virtually every day and can be picked up for an $8 reg fee. So they would not be worth any more that that. Bob just sold a group of 24 of them on Ebay and got an average of just over $5 each on them (and that is High for Ebay!).
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  4. Bob

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    So True. I used to get $300 - $500 each for them. Now the are a dime per dozen unless they have a special meaning.

    And yes, I got $125 for 24 of them on eBay... $5 each (less if you count the PayPal fee). I was pretty happy with that. :D

    -Bob
  5. Duke

    Duke DNF Addict Exclusive Member

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    You are missing one important point. Yes they have some LISTED in that range, but they have ZERO bids.

    Also there is a big difference between 3-letter .coms and 3-character .coms. Three letters are good, a combination of letters and numbers like this normally is not.
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    Year 13 = last year of sixth form UK LOL
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  8. hyperi0n

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    Although pretty much usesless now (it actually redirects to a hosting site) does anyone know, out of interest, what y2k.com sold for before 2000?
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