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Any Domain Name - £0.61 @ GoDaddy

£0.61 @ GoDaddy
SPECIAL OFFER! £0.61* DOMAIN NAME! Register or transfer any available .COM, .US, .MOBI, .BIZ, .NET, .ORG, .CA, .CO.UK and .IN domain for just £0.61!* Applies to the first year only of new or t…
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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
SPECIAL OFFER! £0.61* DOMAIN NAME! Register or transfer any available .COM, .US, .MOBI, .BIZ, .NET, .ORG, .CA, .CO.UK and .IN domain for just £0.61!*


Applies to the first year only of new or transfer registrations. This offer may not be used for renewals, bulk registrations, premium domains or Sunrise/Landrush domain registrations. Limited to one order per customer, expiring after 10,000 redemptions or at 11:59 PM on May 23, 2011 (whichever comes first). Discount will be reflected in your shopping cart; cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Customers may not use gift cards, PayPal® or AliPay to redeem this offer.
* Plus ICANN fee of £0.11 per domain year when applicable.

Your discount will be applied in your shopping cart.





^Great offer, just make a new account with a different email addess!

Cheers,

Nick



ONLY FIRST 10,000!
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#1
try it , and doesn't work , code do works though
#2
'Any Domain Name'... can I have hotukdeals.com?
#3
Code does work!
#4
The best I can get is £11.04, that's with the 10% code, for a co.uk domain for 2 years
#5
Not working for me. Best price I've found is £7.47 per year. Cold unless anyone can post what I'm doing wrong.
#6
Could you please state the code clearly in your title or description for everyone.
#7
So Bob Parsons (CEO) can go and shoot another elephant and then put the video up on his blog?!? I don't think so...
#8
Only for new members... if you already have a domain with Godaddy, just sign up using a different email address and it Should be fine.

Myself, i got this deal last time, and don't want the hassle of having to manage 2 site under different e-mails... but that's just me.
#9
I've never used godaddy before and it isnt working for me....
#10
Required code is ACES1
#11
Can be used on .COM, .US, .MOBI, .BIZ, .NET, .ORG, .CA, .CO., UK, .IN.
#12
Don't touch these cowboys with a barge pole. Steer well clear.
#13
Syphon
Don't touch these cowboys with a barge pole. Steer well clear.


Why is that exactly?
#14
axxxr
Syphon
Don't touch these cowboys with a barge pole. Steer well clear.

Why is that exactly?

You can't transfer your domain to another registrar or ANY account on GoDaddy for 90 days, and also they use the credit card information to bill you every year without you knowing - and as soon as you make the payment, as domains purchases cannot be refunded, GoDaddy wins.

They are a very manipulative company with a good marketing strategy. I would stay clear.
1 Like #15
can only speak highly of this company. been with them 3 years, always had good service when ive called them. hot deal for new clients.
1 Like #16
Make sure you turn auto-renewal off, if this is whatt you want. This is done during the registration page, in pretty small print and also in the MyAccount main menu under renewals. It seem you can delete your payment info which I will try once they have taken my 61p.
#17
Nice one, thanks.
#18
spockie
Make sure you turn auto-renewal off, if this is whatt you want. This is done during the registration page, in pretty small print and also in the MyAccount main menu under renewals. It seem you can delete your payment info which I will try once they have taken my 61p.


I think it is safest to turn auto-renewal off AND delete payment info. It seems that auto-renewal refers to the renewal of the domain at the expiration day. It is conceivable that go-daddy could argue that this in itself does not cancel recurring payments; ie the domain is not renewed but you still pay. I would use belt and braces with these guys.
#19
How is this cold?
#20
I honestly don't know! My birthday as well.
#21
Just for info for anyone seeing the comments about charging credit card and that you cannot transfer a domain soon after registration, then as noted above, disable auto-renewal (can be done anytime, not just on registration) for not being charged a year later (though transfer to another registration firm about 4-5 months before renewal would probably be cheaper) is possible.

As for not being able to do a transfer soon after (or within 60 days of a renewal being due), then to be frank, that applies across the board, because of ICANN rules on .com etc domains.

Not that I'm loyal to GoDaddy (I use Name.com MyDomain.com and NameCheap.com too) but because they were named as 'cowboys' and cannot be blamed for implementing ICANN rules!!!

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