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    Cheap domain registrar

    I have around 30 domains registered with mydomain.com, but I am suspecting there are cheaper options around. Can anyone suggest a cheap but reliable registrar?

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    Search at google.com. I think you should go at godaddy.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by drtanz View Post
    I have around 30 domains registered with mydomain.com, but I am suspecting there are cheaper options around. Can anyone suggest a cheap but reliable registrar?
    Which TLD domains you with to register ? Are you looking to register bulk domains ?
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    Try 1&1, i just registered my domain for 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drtanz View Post
    I have around 30 domains registered with mydomain.com, but I am suspecting there are cheaper options around. Can anyone suggest a cheap but reliable registrar?
    Check out Cosmotown - I've registered a few with them .. Their .COMs are 8.99/yr out the door, but if you sign up for 5+ years, than 7.99/yr. .NETs are super cheap.
    The best thing I like about them is they have free whois privacy, and it's not just for the first year.

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    I used godaddy for years, but a combination of all their upselling tactics and support of the SOPA bill a while back drove me elsewhere. I've been using namecheap.com for a while now. They're reliable and inexpensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Force Flow View Post
    I used godaddy for years, but a combination of all their upselling tactics and support of the SOPA bill a while back drove me elsewhere. I've been using namecheap.com for a while now. They're reliable and inexpensive.
    Hate GD .. I really like Namecheap as well. They've been good to me. Only thing I don't like is the charge 2.88/yr for WHOIS privacy after the 1st year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by domainerphd View Post
    Hate GD .. I really like Namecheap as well. They've been good to me. Only thing I don't like is the charge 2.88/yr for WHOIS privacy after the 1st year.
    Most places don't give you a free year or that low of a price. I consider it a pretty good perk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Force Flow View Post
    I used godaddy for years, but a combination of all their upselling tactics and support of the SOPA bill a while back drove me elsewhere. I've been using namecheap.com for a while now. They're reliable and inexpensive.
    Yes. Namecheap. I haven't had any issues with them so far.

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    The price point you are at is perfect. I fear if you get a better deal there is a catch.

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    For a good all around register that is constantly just a little cheaper use namecheap.com.

    I however only buy at godaddy now and use coupons. Search "namepros godaddy coupons". They have a thread that is daily updated with the latest codes. My last 15 domains have cost me $1.99 each.

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    Namecheap is one of the best I haven't have any issue with them so far in last 7 years. So I highly recommend this to anyone.

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    Definetely namecheap since they offer free whoisguard on their domains. I have all my 9 domains with them
    Their support is sweet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khan635 View Post
    Definetely namecheap since they offer free whoisguard on their domains. I have all my 9 domains with them
    Their support is sweet!
    Note that it's free only for the first year. After that, you'll have to pay for it, though it's only a couple bucks a year.

    If you subscribe to their newsletter, there are often discount/coupon codes.
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    I use namecheap and it's ok.
    An other is namesilo. The site claims - cheapest domain name - but I never use it.

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    Namecheap is decent if you get in on a discount, but the best deal on a renew is usually the regular price + .99 for whois. Namesilo is very cheap, free whois, no problems for me yet. They had a $0.60 cent increase or something recently but still the lowest cost option I've found (they have a ton of $1 off coupons floating around too).

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    visit http://couponsshop.in and get daily updated coupon code for domain name discounts

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    I use namecheap too. It's quite easy to register and use

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    http://www.namecheap.com/deals/20000...june-2013.aspx

    20,000 Retweets for $0.98 Domains - Namecheap is the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by drtanz View Post
    I have around 30 domains registered with mydomain.com, but I am suspecting there are cheaper options around. Can anyone suggest a cheap but reliable registrar?
    Internetbs.net is cheap as far as i know. They are providing .com for 8.95$
    But Godaddy is also awesome because they always have some promo codes to buy domains for just 1$.
    I will suggest Godaddy

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    Hello - I use resell.biz reseller account and I am happy with it. Prices are the lowest in industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01globalnet View Post
    Hello - I use resell.biz reseller account and I am happy with it. Prices are the lowest in industry.
    Hello,
    You are right their prices are good. But I guess they don't allow us to integrate their domain registration system with whmcs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drtanz View Post
    I have around 30 domains registered with mydomain.com, but I am suspecting there are cheaper options around. Can anyone suggest a cheap but reliable registrar?
    That which you seek, has only one name: namecheap [dot] com
    Try it on. I am very happy with it.

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    From last 2-3 yrs. I am using GoDaddy for domain registration and I am happy since I need FULL control on my all the domains.

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    I think GoDaddy is the best option for you.

    They are cheap, reliable, friendly and always available on the phone to resolve you issues. I've been with about 4 different registrars, and I can say GoDaddy is an ideal choice.
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