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.eu domains only 95p + Quidco! @ 123-reg
.eu domains only 95p + Quidco! @ 123-reg

.eu domains only 95p + Quidco! @ 123-reg

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I have just had an email from 123-reg saying .eu domains are now at 95 pence!

Here is what they sent:

Pack your suitcases...you and your website are going to Europe this summer.

To celebrate everyone's favourite season we've come up with an offer that's hotter than July.

For a limited time only, our .eu domains are just 95p. That's a sizzling hot saving of over £8!

Buying your .eu will improve your search engine rankings and help drive traffic to your site.

So hit the beach, sip an ice-cold cocktail and soak up the sun - while your website basks in search engine glory.

Stamp your passport with a .eu domain for just 95p.

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It IS a good deal based on the previous price but .eu domains have never been popular and chances are nor will they be once the boom next year hits with "anything" after the dot allowed.

This is cheaper than 123-reg's cost, I'd stay very far away until I could understand the way they're going to claw their money back.

The link to the T&Cs goes to Page Not Found - 123-reg.co.uk/ter…tml.

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que;5643419

This is cheaper than 123-reg's cost, I'd stay very far away until I could … This is cheaper than 123-reg's cost, I'd stay very far away until I could understand the way they're going to claw their money back.The link to the T&Cs goes to Page Not Found - http://www.123-reg.co.uk/terms/eu-summer-offer-terms.shtml.



I have a invoice from my order and there are no hidden costs...

You wouldn't see any hidden costs on your invoice. You'd see them in a year when you want to either renew or transfer the domain to another registrar. T&Cs link is still broken.

It will no doubt be full price next year - and they know that people tend not to want to lose a domain once registered. They "get their money back" by the next few years renewals.

Still hot though - but I would say only if you want to get a .eu domain anyway.

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MrShed;5674309

It will no doubt be full price next year - and they know that people tend … It will no doubt be full price next year - and they know that people tend not to want to lose a domain once registered. They "get their money back" by the next few years renewals.Still hot though - but I would say only if you want to get a .eu domain anyway.



My thoughts exactly, I would expect nothing but to be charged full price next year.

This is a deal that applies now and its a dam good deal.
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