Domain Auctions

Started by gnh73, Jul 07, 2022, 02:03 AM

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gnh73Topic starter

Greetings, my friends!
The question at hand may not be new and there may already be a similar topic on the forum.
Regrettably, I was not able to find one :(

I am particularly interested in auctions (or websites for selling domains) that do not involve complex verifications or certifications and have no participation fees.

If such sites do not exist, could you kindly provide a list of the top 10-15 known ones?

I trust that my question is clear and I will receive informed answers.
Thank you!


Here is a list of websites that you can use for domain auctions or sales: (also listed on,,,,,,, Sedo, Namejet, Godaddy, Flippa,, Ename, Snapnames, Dropcatch, Pheenix, Bido, and Domainnamesales.


If you are looking to buy a domain, there are various websites that can help you out. Some of the most common ones include:

- GoDaddy: This is one of the biggest auction sites out there.
- This site is accredited by ICANN for domain registration and also offers auctions.
- While this is a simple and reliable service, using it may require additional checking for drops.
- This site lets you find both old and new sites and choose the best option for you.
- This site allows you to purchase a high-quality, expensive drop as part of a group where each member places their link.

One advantage of using these sites is that they can provide a steady stream of visitors and offer transaction guarantees, which increases your chances of making a profitable purchase. However, keep in mind that there is usually a commission fee that needs to be paid to the domain name exchange.

Another option for purchasing domains is to buy them directly from the owner. This can be done by finding information on how to sell a domain, registering at a domain auction, and making a successful bid.

After purchasing a domain, the next step is to go through the re-registration process. Many people find it convenient to buy through domain exchanges because the exchange acts as a guarantor for the transaction. They will transfer the domain name to the new owner and handle the necessary reissues after a legal payment has been made.

Finally, some domain exchanges offer deferred order services. This means that after the registration period ends and the grace period expires, the domain name becomes free and available for registration. However, most of them are not immediately released by the registry. By ordering this service, the registrar can attempt to re-register the domain name as soon as it becomes available.