1&1 - 1 Year .com and .co.uk domain names - new registrations and transfers - £0.99 + VAT (about £1.18) with £1.15 TopCashBack / £1.10 QuidCo - HotUKDeals
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1&1 - 1 Year .com and .co.uk domain names - new registrations and transfers - £0.99 + VAT (about £1.18) with £1.15 TopCashBack / £1.10 QuidCo £1.32

£1.32 @ 1&1 Internet Limited
Total price 17p after cashback. New domains & transfers included. My .com was due for £6.99 renewal, just transferred to this. 99p domain + 11p ICANN fee + 22p VAT £1.32 charged to my debit c… Read More
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6m, 12h agoFound 6 months, 12 hours ago
Total price 17p after cashback.
New domains & transfers included.
My .com was due for £6.99 renewal, just transferred to this.

99p domain + 11p ICANN fee + 22p VAT

£1.32 charged to my debit card.
£1.15 Topcashback has tracked. £1.10 QuidCo if you prefer.

Bargain regardless of the cashback. Make sure you transfer out next January as they'll want over a tenner for a renewal.
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6m, 12h agoFound 6 months, 12 hours ago
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#1
Where would you recommend to go to after? I'm at. Renewal stage of about 60 domains.

Edited By: Lucky88 on Jan 20, 2017 21:25
#2
https://i.imgur.com/Znwc3st.png


£10.99 after the first year, make sure you move elsewhere.

Edited By: srw985 on Jan 20, 2017 21:33
#3
they WILL milk you next year... then ignore all requests to stop taking payments... you have been warned !
#4
Meh second year is worse than most companies. Not worth the effort.
2 Likes #5
1&1 avoid like plague
1 Like #6
Lucky88
Where would you recommend to go to after? I'm at. Renewal stage of about 60 domains.


I use this company, first class service and support.

http://www.web-hosting.uk.com
#7
kristoff
Lucky88
Where would you recommend to go to after? I'm at. Renewal stage of about 60 domains.
I use this company, first class service and support.

Your company?

Seems an honest suggestion, just an odd one for HUKD - overpriced middlemen. I consider my own company an overpriced middleman, but that site makes us look like fantastic value. 150MB hosting? lol

Anyway, for bulk domains I would try enom if you can get a good rate, I pay about £6ish for .com. Or internetBS which sounds dodgy and you'll wonder what's going on when you try paying via Paypal, but a good option with good pricing, .com around £7

1&1 have the absolute worst practices I've come across though. To transfer out is fairly straight forward as with any other registrar, BUT after your domain is with the new registrar you must go back into 1&1 contracts and make sure to go through the cancellation process or you will still be charged even though they no longer have the domain in their system. Obscure in itself and gets more complicated if you have many domains under the same contract. This was my experience a few years ago, but I've been told they're still using the same tactics.
#8
It's a shame these deals are only ever for 1 year!
#9
Lucky88
Where would you recommend to go to after? I'm at. Renewal stage of about 60 domains.
namesilo
#10
These charged me while in a free trial a few years back, would never use again.
#11
COLD terrible company. I canceled renewing my domain, but they didnt. Sent countless letters requesting money. Scumbags.
#12
Cheap domain name yet forced to take expensive webhosting - cheaper to register at full price elsewhere. The usual 1&1 con.

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