Which is the cheapest .com domain register?

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Godaddy are appalling as well. They offer service worth 99c and then charge renewals higher than most other people whilst still offering awful service and perpetual spam. I use opensrs and moniker.
 

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I am at Dynadot.. Spend 500$ per year or prepay the 500$ and you are on their bulk plan.. Its 8.75$ per .com.
 

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I use NameSilo...price for .com reg/renew/transfer is $8.99 with free privacy and much more.

I luv them...


...and happy to see you did your homework on 1and1....ugh!
 
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NameSilo also has a 1 dollar off coupon (each account can make one for others, I made one, "DN"), and that is good for one account, but I have like 6 accounts with different email addresses. I can use the dollar off and then push it to the main account if I want to, but some names I keep in my main one, and others I have in other accounts for various reasons. The price is the 8.99, but if you are on their special plan where you have to fund the renewals with 50.00 minimum, the renewals are 10 cents cheaper. I have that on the one account for some names I keep for my cookbook related business.
 

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You can search it from internet. There are lots of website available on internet, where you can register your domain at affordable prices.
 

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I am at Dynadot.. Spend 500$ per year or prepay the 500$ and you are on their bulk plan.. Its 8.75$ per .com.
started transferring to dynadot a few months ago when domainpeople's online payment page failed for weeks - have had great service. I hasten to add that domainpeople got its act together too but too late for me - I was on the boat emigrating already:)
 
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I use NameSilo...price for .com reg/renew/transfer is $8.99 with free privacy and much more.

I luv them...


...and happy to see you did your homework on 1and1....ugh!
ive been moving to Epik, where I get 8.49, so 50 cents cheaper than NameSilo, but the DNS system is screwed up, but i do like some of their systems. If I need DNS, I just point to NameCheap's dns or afraid.org...