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GoDaddy .co.uk domain name registration only 1p!
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GoDaddy are now offering 1p .co.uk domain name registrations for the first year!

I wonder who owns them

Showing up as 4.49

How do you get 1p?

They spam me with emails every day asking me to renew. Their customer support is phone only. I phoned up for them to stop emailing me. I still get emailed everyday. Never again.

the worst customer experience I've had - cold

Can't you move away from them before renewal?
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.com Domain for 0.99 plus cashback with go daddy
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Go Daddy has been very supportive over time as i have been with them for some time.24/7 phone support in this price with possible cashback i doubted you can go wrong, well that's j… Read more

I know this is an old thread, but if you've used the cheap codes already and don't want to sign up for a new account, try asking live chat for a voucher code. Worked for me.

delusion

You can do it all for free including hosting via Google. And buy a domain … You can do it all for free including hosting via Google. And buy a domain name at any time for it



ah, now I remember someone mentioning this last week. I will go and see if I can find any useful guides online. Thanks!

ratsdomino

great timing OP. I am looking at setting up a simple website for pictures … great timing OP. I am looking at setting up a simple website for pictures to accompany my coolcarcuffs etsy shop but am a bit unsure as to how to proceed. i might get a free one using at wordpress using the websitename.wordpress.com extensionhope this gets hot so there are lots of helpful comments!



You can do it all for free including hosting via Google. And buy a domain name at any time for it
Edited by: "delusion" 2nd Apr 2015

great timing OP. I am looking at setting up a simple website for pictures to accompany my coolcarcuffs etsy shop but am a bit unsure as to how to proceed.

i might get a free one using at wordpress using the websitename.wordpress.com extension

hope this gets hot so there are lots of helpful comments!

humadoon

can i move to another provider which is cheaper? names.co.uk were doing … can i move to another provider which is cheaper? names.co.uk were doing .com for few pence recently i think it was 30p something

humadoon

can i move to another provider which is cheaper? names.co.uk were doing … can i move to another provider which is cheaper? names.co.uk were doing .com for few pence recently i think it was 30p something


once you have purchased a domain if you want to set up multiple emails for that domain for free check out yandex mail with custom domain.
£0.81 (inc. fees) .com domains on GoDaddy!
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Great domain price for a .com for UK customers! Note that it's only this price for the first year so you may want to change provider after then! EDIT: If you can't get it to work … Read more

Yeah I got the hosting from another place. I posted another Godaddy code up what offered private registration and domain for cheap.

Original Poster

kofiaa

Can anyone please tell me what comes with the domain. Is email included … Can anyone please tell me what comes with the domain. Is email included along with a page to build a website?



For that price I doubt it! You can get it easily enough from elsewhere there if you know what you're doing or if you don't I guess you can buy it from them!

Can anyone please tell me what comes with the domain. Is email included along with a page to build a website?

Original Poster

neal

Maybe not so … Maybe not so good.http://gawker.com/5870851/has-godaddys-elephant-killing-ceo-finally-gone-too-farSpend a little more and use someone else.



I was not aware of this! Not good to hear about

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aym280

Misleading! £1 per month when you buy web builder! How much is webbuilder?



No that's not the right offer, :S, sometimes it doesn't seem to work! Try googling ".com £0.69 domain" to find the offer!
£0.69 .com domain from Go Daddy
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Found 15th Aug 2014Found 15th Aug 2014
Not the world's favorite site but luckily domains are one thing you can set and forget. And at 69p it would be mad not to take it. (Not sure if this includes the 11p ICANN fee?) … Read more

doesn't work for me, goes from 69p plus 11p icann fee to 1.99 plus 6.99 for a second year ..

MazMazMaz

What site do people recommend for domain and website build/manage for an … What site do people recommend for domain and website build/manage for an ecommerce site? Not fussed about saving a few quid as long as service is good



Paragon internet groups cloud/cluster platform seems ok, They have 3 different brands with slightly different pricing/limits, using it via their TSOhost brand to host a few sites after I couldn't be bothered to maintain my own VPS for that purpose anymore.

been to the website and where is it????????????????????????

0.69 per year every year or only first year or only the monthly cost???????

MazMazMaz

What site do people recommend for domain and website build/manage for an … What site do people recommend for domain and website build/manage for an ecommerce site? Not fussed about saving a few quid as long as service is good


bluehost (been with them for 3yrs and no probs) or 1and1 (been with them 7yrs, a bit dearer but good service)

What site do people recommend for domain and website build/manage for an ecommerce site? Not fussed about saving a few quid as long as service is good
SPECIAL OFFER! SAVE 20%* OFF YOUR ORDER OF £41 OR MORE! New Private Registrations just £2.55 per year!
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Simple special offer, Spend £41 or more then get 20% with go daddy, I think it is pretty neat offer, what do you think?

Owner is a dick. Go with namecheap. I switched to them from godaddy and have had no issues plus their open exchange service is better than the email service at godaddy. But that's just my opinion.

Zolasfoot

So the ad says normally £6.49 for a .co.uk address for 1 year. Even two … So the ad says normally £6.49 for a .co.uk address for 1 year. Even two years ago i paid £7.10 for a 2 year lease for a .co.uk. Also not sure where their hosting is ie. UK or offshore?


I always go with the cheapest providers when buying a domain as I host with a different company. I can save as much as £10 per domain just by researching promo codes and using alternating domain sites. I know that godaddy have a data centre in the Netherlands but I don't know if they host from there.

So the ad says normally £6.49 for a .co.uk address for 1 year. Even two years ago i paid £7.10 for a 2 year lease for a .co.uk. Also not sure where their hosting is ie. UK or offshore?

Is there a code for this please? Don't forget there 42% cashback through TCB.

Ahhh!

So this is when you set up a domain with Go Daddy!

I think you may want to add in a bit more info onto your title

Apart from that, I am not sure how much these normally cost so I will not be voting
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Domain hosting half  price for 12 months + Free Domain £1.00 @ GoDaddy
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first month $1. three different packages

and as i have a domain name reg with them, will there be costs to divert that url to another provider ? thanks

can someone please tell me who's the best domain provider ?

Cold for the elephants

Not too bothered about the elephants...however I would like customer service to at least TRY and solve my hosting problems rather than always attempt to sell me something. Email via their Godaddy 'workspace' is worse than useless.

You get what you pay for.

PRICES ARE LOW, SERVICE IS LOW, PRICES CREEP UP AND UP! AND IF YOU FORGET TO RENEW. GOD HELP YOU.

Owner likes to shoot Elephants and show off about it.
SSL Web Certificates £3.99 from £43.99 @ GoDaddy
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Found 16th Apr 2013Found 16th Apr 2013
Protect transactions and customer data with a SSL Certificate. This is showing as £37.99 but if you put them in the basket they are £3.99!

tareko

They do/Did. We bought 5 years



Damn. Was half way through filling out when I had to go for lunch. Hope you remembered QuidCo?

discowill

£33.99 now Expired

+ 1

Original Poster

They do/Did. We bought 5 years

Would love to know if they allow the 3.99 price.

Expired now though

£33.99 now

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.Com Domain Name for only 77p at GoDaddy
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Found 29th Mar 2013Found 29th Mar 2013
Just put FB99COM in the promo box in the cart to activate. Th US price is $1.17 which includes ICANN fees.

eatmorefish

I have a dozen or so sites hosted with Godaddy. They are often down, or … I have a dozen or so sites hosted with Godaddy. They are often down, or servers so slow that clients leave before the page loads. My advice would be to look elsewhere.


did you complain on their twitter account? or call their CS?

TecspecEngineer

Brilliant company to deal with, good prices, 100% uptime, thanks for … Brilliant company to deal with, good prices, 100% uptime, thanks for posting


I have a dozen or so sites hosted with Godaddy. They are often down, or servers so slow that clients leave before the page loads. My advice would be to look elsewhere.

I went through the whole process only to find there was no option to pay by paypal on the checkout screen even though they say they accept paypal....grrr...waste of time.

TecspecEngineer

Brilliant company to deal with, good prices, 100% uptime, thanks for … Brilliant company to deal with, good prices, 100% uptime, thanks for posting



No such thing as 100% uptime

keeps failing on payment - anyone else getting this??
Godaddy 1 years hosting + 1 year domain name for £9.05 (+ £50 Quidco Cashback)
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If you purchase a years hosting & domain name (.com) it shows as £9.05 if you use the code: cjuh1m You can also get £50 cashback through Quidco. Remember to change the defaul… Read more

anishmathw

Same here , TCB 'Pending' for same day purchase



went to confirmed today-wohooo!

dancedar

Quidco confirmed & paid


Happy to report Quidco confirmed & paid here!

makar0n

same here!still waiting for TCB though


Same here , TCB 'Pending' for same day purchase

Quidco confirmed & paid
Edited by: "dancedar" 9th May 2013

anishmathw

Quidco Paid yeyyy



same here!
still waiting for TCB though
1 year GoDaddy web hosting £35 (with £70 top cashback!)
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Found 3rd Mar 2013Found 3rd Mar 2013
It could be argued there are better quality providers out there, but for decent enough mid-range web hosting, this is a cracking deal! Deluxe hosting is US$5/month. There is a 20… Read more

Thanks OP. Voted hot. Paid £34.50 and £70 cashback tracked in 5 hours. Tasty £35 profit plus a free server to play with for a year. Appreciated!

All of that, plus the political stance of the owner, plus the sexist stance of the company, etc, etc

There's a big *if* they pay out as well. Would I trust them? Nope.

(ex-godaddy customer)

Unlimited bandwidth, unlimited diskspace...

Danger Will Robinson!

They can't offer that and don't. You use a lot of either of those and they'll force you onto an expensive plan (or delete your site).

99.9% uptime? Except for the "Scheduled maintenance" (read: every piece of downtime).

Finally, they stuff as many sites on to each server as they can. Expect unpredictable (but mostly poor) performance.

There's also a trend for unlimited hosts to close down sites that run forums.

This site should be called 'hotUKpersonalopinions.com'.
I've used goDaddy for years and had no probs. There control panel is the best I've ever used\seen.
The phone and online support is great (although the calls cost a bit) but all in all it's a good hoster and this deal is great.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/thumbnail_570x321/2013/02/go_daddy_the_kiss_a_l.jpg
GoDaddy hoasting costs £23.88 for 1 year (£1.99 p/m) as it is 50% off + £26 Quidco
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+ Get paid £26 to set up web hoasting account Quidco is tracking £50 cashback for setting up a basic hoasting with GoDaddy. The hoasting costs £23.88 for 1 year (£1.99 p/m) as it … Read more

The CEO killed an elephant on safari - quick google search should bring up some results.

Why so cold?

mpmc1987

Part host, part roast = Hoasting.


good one mate...lol
Edited by: "ctoumi" 27th Feb 2013

Should be HOT

Bully

Hoasting?



Part host, part roast = Hoasting.
Any .COM domain for £1.29 @ GoDaddy
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GoDaddy are offering any .COM domain for £1.29 for the first year, one per customer. This just appeared to me on my GMail adverts. Great deal! PECIAL OFFER! .COM just £1.29*! Addi… Read more

Not sure why this is expired - I used it today

iv been using godaddy since around 2000 and its a great company

Original Poster

J1135

Humbug?



Sheep noise, actually. But in the spirit of the (previous) season that works just as well.

If you don't like GoDaddy, fair enough. That doesn't make this a bad deal.

TempusV

Baaaa.



Humbug?

Original Poster

husain_kola

Some people on this site are idiots, when they see a deal is cold, they … Some people on this site are idiots, when they see a deal is cold, they automatically vote it cold without even reading it ! x



That's pretty much what I'm beginning to feel. It's less about the quality of the deal than people's preconceptions about the topic, or the retailer. Price doesn't even seem to come into the equation.
GoDaddy years hosting and domain 50% off (£28.69) + quidco tracking at £50 cashback
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Found 22nd Dec 2012Found 22nd Dec 2012
I saw Godaddy had 50% off of hosting plus domain and qent through Quidco which tracked at £50 cashback. I'm not sure if this is what I will get come the final payout but it may be… Read more

congrats then

Original Poster

Got my Quidco confirmed today.
http://chazclout.com/CV/Upload/images/godaddy.png

Reigan

Hunts elephants and supports SOPA type campaigns hot hot hot.



Eff that guy, he should be shot on an African hunt.

Hunts elephants and supports SOPA type campaigns hot hot hot.

IIRC the founder/MD has the scruples of Richard Branson... never a good thing!
£0.73 for .COM domain at godaddy
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Was logged in my account on godaddy and spotted this on homepage. SPECIAL OFFER! .COM just £0.62*! Additional .COMs just £5.49* per year! View offer details*Plus ICANN fee of £0.… Read more

Not for me either. Must be expired or for specific accounts.

hooray henry

All domain registers are money grabbers.The really annoying thing is it … All domain registers are money grabbers.The really annoying thing is it was a Brit that created the net yet the americans conveniently forget this and act like its theirs to profit from and regulate.


A Brit created the WEB. Using an American machine in Switzerland.

Showing 6.99 is this expired?

td0s

Its more their support of ACTA and SOPA which makes me dislike them


They support that then do they?

All domain registers are money grabbers.The really annoying thing is it was a Brit that created the net yet the americans conveniently forget this and act like its theirs to profit from and regulate.
GoDaddy - Free 1 year .co.uk renewal + transfer
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I just went through the checkout and noticed that I didn't get charged anything for a .co.uk transfer which includes a free 1 year extension. It comes up with a $9.99 fee which is … Read more

Banned

Bully

Could you wire in a cooker? i am in Syria.


Ah, you're having me on.
They got no food there.

Pluun

Norway ( went there to tile a bathroom)



Could you wire in a cooker? i am in Syria.

Banned

Belgium

Oh and Holland.
I think that's it.
And Germany should count as two as I went there when they were two diferent places.
East and west. (_;)

Edited by: "Pluun" 3rd Aug 2012

Banned

Norway ( went there to tile a bathroom)

Banned

Ryz0r

The Stop Online Freedom Act. Where have you been? Also voted cold. Never … The Stop Online Freedom Act. Where have you been? Also voted cold. Never do business with Godaddy.



Hong Kong
Cyprus
Germany
Poland
Canada
USA
Singapore
Gan
Gander
Scotland
Ireland
Wales
And a few more but what has that got to do with it? oO
Godaddy hosting for FREE + profit after cashback at TCB
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Just bought some hosting I needed, but before I purchased I looked at cash back and realised I could get it for free! I will even make around £5 profit! Cashback here http://www.t… Read more

Anyone actually get GoDaddy Cashback? i tried though TCB and nothing after a week showing in my account!

Elephants, the dude shoots elephants - what a b*stard

chrispduck

Or... You all could use the deal, make £5 profit and use the hosting to … Or... You all could use the deal, make £5 profit and use the hosting to make a campaign website against SOPA... I do agree on one level with you that *maybe* buying hosting with godaddy is supporting SOPA, but then have you ever used or bought a BMW, anything from a diamond jeweler, oil, electronic minerals (which will be in your computer) all of which have funded things much much worse that SOPA. I suggest the answer is yes, but when I phone or computer comes up as a deal you dont cry conflict minerals do you... no. Probably because it will never effect you, so why should you care.I think you need to look at things in a different perspective and realise what actually is bad.



Have you actually read SOPA? It will affect anyone who uses the internet. And if you actually had a look at news regarding SOPA and other similar bills you'd see that boycotting has been extremely effective in getting these companies to stop supporting.

Original Poster

Or... You all could use the deal, make £5 profit and use the hosting to make a campaign website against SOPA...

I do agree on one level with you that *maybe* buying hosting with godaddy is supporting SOPA, but then have you ever used or bought a BMW, anything from a diamond jeweler, oil, electronic minerals (which will be in your computer) all of which have funded things much much worse that SOPA.

I suggest the answer is yes, but when I phone or computer comes up as a deal you dont cry conflict minerals do you... no. Probably because it will never effect you, so why should you care.

I think you need to look at things in a different perspective and realise what actually is bad.

capcom1

Can you not make your point without the childish remark implying anyone … Can you not make your point without the childish remark implying anyone who does not agree with your opinion is stupid ? I agree GoDaddy certainly would not be my first choice of hosting site but i don't have a problem with other people using them and certainly not to the point that there are stupid if they do ..



If you like the internet and how it works you should seriously consider not supporting the companies that support SOPA. You'd be surprised at how much just doing that can do.
Godaddy ".com" and ".co" domains, £3.25 per year
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Go to www.godaddy.com/uk and you will see .com domains are available for £3.25 per year up to 10 years and up to 3 domains. If you don't see it advertised on page, search go daddy… Read more

georgecat

Cold - I tried to register 'facebook.com', 'microsoft.com' and … Cold - I tried to register 'facebook.com', 'microsoft.com' and 'symbolics.com' - all out of stock.



iphone1toinfinity.com (_;)

georgecat

Cold - I tried to register 'facebook.com', 'microsoft.com' and … Cold - I tried to register 'facebook.com', 'microsoft.com' and 'symbolics.com' - all out of stock.

oO

Original Poster

Good price you got then, never checked it before, i just came across his price when I needed yesterday. It seemed like a good price to me, but apparently not

And I know this because I purchased one.

They were at £0.96 a week ago
Domains for £1.04 (.com, .net, .org etc including ICANN fee) @ GoDaddy
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I stumbled across this whilst looking for some voucher codes. Slightly cheaper than the previous GoDaddy deal posted, and you can still get your free .info domain! Probably the che… Read more

tehwabbit

If you use this logic I hope you don't buy any from any of the following … If you use this logic I hope you don't buy any from any of the following companies: - Sony, Phillips, Xerox, Oakley, L'oreal, Ford, D&G, Boseor use any form of entertainment: - Sony ent, Viacom, Disney, Nintendo, Warner, EA, Multiple TV networksThe list is huge unfortunately...Also featured are a lot of major sports brands and some major parent corporations. You need to go and research how company boards work, the guy who ran GD stated how he didn't want to go ahead with the SOPA support, it's the companies board and pressure from other organisations/government bodies that force the companies to support crap like that.On topic, brilliant deal... I posted the 1.26 one last week! When I posted it there was also an offer on domain privacy at 50% off - not sure if this is still going :)As far as GD goes, they are the best host by far, never had downtime in 5 years and really fast since they upgraded to their new hosting platform. The only annoyance is the spam you get when renewing (trying to flog you additional services) but this isn't bad once every 24 months!!

Rubbish, they made a business decision, and after it backfired in their face they tried to backtrack. Would not give them my business, ever. There are dozens of extremely reliable companies offering this sort of service.

Wasn't this the company where the CEO was photographed shooting elephants?

ecocentric.blogs.time.com/201…ng/

hewty

Not valid anymore, code is not accepted

Hehe got mine for 0.92 for some reason, although they forced me to round it up to £1.00 by donating to charity ... god ...

epicvibe321

Nice find op.I'm going to register 'WWW.HOTUKMILF.COM'If you would like … Nice find op.I'm going to register 'WWW.HOTUKMILF.COM'If you would like to feature on my new site PM me your pic's.confidentiality and privacy assured



Lol
Domain Names for £1.26. Most major TLD's with Code. - GoDaddy (+.INFO Free*)
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Found 18th May 2012Found 18th May 2012
Just came up via Twitter, thought it would be useful for some. If you vote cold, please do share where you are registering cheaper domains :) Register any available .COM, .US, .MO… Read more

Cant get it working, expired?

Original Poster

Aleczandah

GoDaddy supports SOPA. Voted cold.


If only you knew how major companies and company boards worked you wouldn't shop anywhere :P


slitear

great post, i was thinking about setting up a random website for myself … great post, i was thinking about setting up a random website for myself for a while, so went for it. Question: how do I best go about building my website? I understand from the comments above that I could host it via http://www.000webhost.com for free. How do I then build a nice and functional website? What are the best (free) tools for this out there?Sorry for the many questions, but totally inexperienced in this and hoping that somebody here has some useful tips for a first time website builder like me.



Depends on the site you want to make tbh. Most web hosts will allow you to install wordpress onto your site which is blogging software - but can be expanded to handle pretty much anything! I'm not sure if they still do it, but wordpress's official site used to have the option of hosting the blog for you, and allowing you to point your own domain name at it - so your only cost would be the actual domain name.- as I said, not sure if they still do this.
Edited by: "tehwabbit" 18th May 2012

timber4483

000webhost has a website builder where you select a template then you … 000webhost has a website builder where you select a template then you just supply the content. Or somewhere like http://www.joomla24.com/ does free templates you can use if you want something a little more flash.



Great, thanks. I'll have a look at this.

slitear

great post, i was thinking about setting up a random website for myself … great post, i was thinking about setting up a random website for myself for a while, so went for it. Question: how do I best go about building my website? I understand from the comments above that I could host it via http://www.000webhost.com for free. How do I then build a nice and functional website? What are the best (free) tools for this out there?Sorry for the many questions, but totally inexperienced in this and hoping that somebody here has some useful tips for a first time website builder like me.



000webhost has a website builder where you select a template then you just supply the content. Or somewhere like joomla24.com/ does free templates you can use if you want something a little more flash.

Banned

GoDaddy supports SOPA. Voted cold.