Where is the cheapest domain registration?

Mar 14th, 2011


I just need to register a domain, and I already know what free hosting im gonna use. I need the registration to be able to take credit card, and i want it to pay yearly

Answer: We found that Netfirms can give slightly cheaper price than GodaddyGodaddy A+. You cannot get extensions such as .COM, .ORG or .NET at prices lower than the $7.99 other than at Netfirms (for the first year). If you do not mind the domain extenstion or TLD you use, we are pretty sure you can buy a .INFO domain at the price of $1.99 or even less. Ocassionally some domain registrar will have an offer for .INFO registration and it can go to as low as $0.99 per domain.

Who else wants a free domain name?

Yes it is possible! If you are also looking for a web hosting service, you have the chance to get a free domain from web hosting such as FatcowBBB rated A+. If you are looking for a company with very few complaints, then try search for Fatcow review to see what we mean. They also give unlimited bandwidth, unlimited storage, unlimited add-on domains, friendly Site builder and much more for such a low monthly price. You can get Fatcow at 40% discount today while the offer lasts.

Both Godaddy and Fatcow are rated A+ by BBB so we guarantee you are in the right hands if you use them.

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  1. subexpression
    Mar 14th, 2011 at 06:42
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    Hi Ashley,

    Godaddy has domains for $6.99 for the first year:

    If you don’t care about the domain extension, the .info names are cheaper, going for $1.99 per year:

    DomainsAreFree has them for $3.99
    I assume it’s for the first year.

    Personally, I use aplus.net for all my domain names. I have many of them :)
    Aplus takes credit cards and they are very secure. I’ve used it for my own domains, and many of my friends and family.

    In any event, $9.99 per year is no big deal. You could pay that by skipping lunch for a few days.

    Best regards,


  2. Joe G
    Mar 14th, 2011 at 06:42
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    Don’t trust any cheap service, many of them don’t allow you to have full control on your domain name. If you’re going to buy domain names, http://www.goldpuma.com/domain is the lowest cost service which is full-featured and really works for you ($9.99 /year). They offer free extras with every domain name:

    Quick Blogcast
    Hosting with Web site builder
    Personalized Email Account
    Starter Web Page For Sale/ Parked Page
    Domain Parking
    Domain Forwarding
    Domain Masking
    100-Pack Email Forwarding
    Total DNS Control
    Change of Registration
    Status Alerts
    Domain Locking

    As you may know a domain name is just a name, not a real website. If you are going to create your website: 1- Buy a domain name. A domain name is a name you want to call your website. To get a domain name, you have to pay an annual fee to a registrar for the right to use that name. 2- Buy a web hosting service to provide your online space and enable you to get your website online at your purchased domain name.

    If you want to start your website I recommend purchase your domain and hosting together. In this way it is possible to get your domain for free. Some hosting services offer this gift today.

    As an experienced webmaster I recommend BlueHost service which I’m sure it would work for you and fulfill all your requirements. They have a really great offer for hosting & I have used them for over 3 yrs now, and have never had a single problem with them.

    They are a Multi-awarded Web Hosting which offer a Full-featured service only $6.95. You can see their Plan Details accompanied with reliable reviews regarding their service at:

    Here I have copied and pasted its features from their website to view:

    – Free Domain Forever
    – Unlimited Space
    – Unlimited Transfer
    – Host UNLIMITED Domains (Support All Domain Names)
    – 2,500 POP/Imap Email Accounts
    – SSH (Secure Shell), SSL, FTP, Stats
    – CGI, Ruby (RoR), Perl, PHP, MySQL
    – Front Page Extensions
    – Free Site Builder
    – 24/7 Superb/Responsive Sales/Support
    – Free Search Engine Submission

    They also offer "Free Site Builder" that helps you build your web pages without difficulty if you are not skilled in using any website creating program. (WYSIWYG: What You See Is What You Get) You can use this service optionally.

    * This service was awarded “The Best Web Host OF The Year”.
    * If you sign up for this service you will have $75 credits to advertise your website with the google & yahoo search engines for free!
    * You Can Register A Free Domain or Use Your Existing Domains. They Support All Domain Names.

    Another useful link:
    There you can find a step-by-step guide to start your website.

    And the easiest way to create a website is reachable here (using templates):

    Good Luck!

  3. Salma Hayek
    Mar 14th, 2011 at 06:42
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    Register all types of domain names through an identical procedure. Easy and rapid registration of various domain names is made possible, by an integration of various business rules and procedures into 1 application. Domain registrations can be submitted through a web- mail- or EPP interface, with a great variety of reports and tools to manage your domain names and customers. Using our system you are able to change different types of domains for a customer in just a click.

  4. Yiannis
    Mar 14th, 2011 at 06:42
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    Can you rephrase the question so it makes sense?

  5. Jeff_OL_Workspace
    Mar 14th, 2011 at 06:42
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    How does $15 a year sound? Microsoft offers domain registration through their Office Live Small Business service. If you register your domain with them, you get free hosting as well, in case you want to register and host your site at the same place. Here is some more info in case you are interested: http://smallbusiness.officelive.com/en-us/pricing

    MSFT Office Live Outreach

  6. sTonEd-mAchiNe
    Mar 14th, 2011 at 06:42
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    $1.99 only at http://www.tucktail.com/
    If you are looking for any of the following extensions: .com, .org, .net, .biz, .us, .name, .mobi

    at http://www.tucktail.com/ its only $1.99 a year and they also accept credit card payments

  7. Ryan
    Mar 14th, 2011 at 06:42
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    Godaddy is the most popular domain name registrar.
    They are also one of the cheapest at $7.49 + $0.20 ICANN fee.

    More info at: http://www.webhostingtable.com

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