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.com and matching .co.uk domain registration £5.99 names.co.uk
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Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Get a .com and a .co.uk for 1 year for £4.99 (£5.99 with vat). Hope it helps someone
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SenatorJerald

Thanks for the info. I just wanted the cheap registration, it seems easy to point the name servers to my hosting account.

jasee

Thanks for posting. But these people are difficult to deal with if you then want to set up mail boxes with them for your domain. I did this for a domain about five years ago, I wanted a certain number of independent mail boxes with separate passwords for each, it was very difficult/impossible to do. And the so called technical staff were not useful. Not recommended

25% off .co.uk domain names from 1-10yr registrations with Code @ Names
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10/12/2018Expires on 10/12/2018Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
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cruisecars

Its a great business if you have some good names !

Settee

Selling domain names sounds like a good business, there are an infinite amount of domain names that don't yet exist and you can make money from them. So you want to buy dagfdsgsfsf.com? That'll be £5 please?

ZanyAngel

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Various codes for Domain Names Hosting Packages and Products @ Names.co.uk
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10/12/2018Expires on 10/12/2018Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
25% off orders over £50 at names.co.uk Voucher Code: HLQAVUIX (expires: 10/12/2018) 20% off orders over £25 at names.co.uk Voucher Code: … Read more
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liltman

Hmm, applies a discount on a .com domain but if u try it on 1 year only it actually increases the price haha. Ah I see, it is because there is already an offer on the 1 year .com domain. So if you use the voucher it ignores that offer lol. However upon trying again the voucher is now saying invalid for me.

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Fashion Drawing For Dummies - Free public domain book
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Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep
Free public domain book on Archive.org https://archive.org/download/FashionDrawingForDummies/Fashion Drawing For Dummies.pdf Fashion Drawing For Dummies Book still currently… Read more
Morenenth

I also commented as 3's overzealous filters made me laugh.

Morenenth

Ikr I figured but I commented, because someone else commented that the link wasn't working for them. For the record, I was away from anywhere with WiFi secure enough for my liking, so I couldn't confirm whether the download was working.

firehazard

Because there is no legal reason for it being Public Domain unless the publisher has made it so, which is unlikely. Just because someone has uploaded it there and marked it as Public Domain doesn't mean it is, in the same way it isn't Arabic despite being listed as such.

jasee

It doesn't actually IMO. Their rules are here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/code-of-conduct And their definition of por*****ic is much broader than mine (from personal experience) but maybe I'm a bit of a prude :)

zeridian

Try using WIFI instead ? (embarrassed)

1&1 Free email with domain only £0.99p for the 1st year (then £9.99 for subsequent years)
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Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
1&1.co.uk currently have a promotion for all .co.uk domains. First year only 99p and then £9.99 every additional year. You also get a free email something@yourdomain.co.uk
swooper7

1&1 can whistle, beware if you don't cancel your domain they will automatically renew it regardless of whether you've paid or not, or how you pay, and when the payment fails, out come the threatening messages... these are domain subscriptions, not a straightforward 'lease' as with other registrars I learnt the hard way, at least they weren't TLDs or it would have cost me a lot lot more

eatmorefish

How is Google Godaddy? They are unrelated AFAIK.

julieallen

Well it says on the page you linked to co.uk £0.99 /yr 1st year, then £9.99/year When you register for 2 years or more So not sure how you get them for one year at this price?

Basel

Google is goddady, however I agree with you. I personally don’t like 1and1, however for clients to offer them 99p for the first year after spending $$$$$$ on the web design is quite worth it.

cruisecars

easy tag change out for free

Get a 1-year .UK domain name for just 1p @ LCN
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Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
This offer is applicable to residents of the UK and Ireland only. The 1p domain purchase (the offer) fee applies only to new one-year .UK, .CO.UK, .ORG.UK or .ME.UK registrations. … Read more
Dealier

Email from LCN: As you may have seen, yesterday we launched a 48-hour 1p UK domain promotion. This was due to end at 23:59 today (26th July), but as mentioned within the offer terms and conditions on the LCN website, there was a maximum of 10,000 UK domain registrations available at the discounted price. We ran this campaign with the intention of giving as many customers as possible an opportunity to register a domain for just 1p. Despite there being a reasonable usage clause within the terms on the LCN website, a handful of customers registered huge volumes of domains in a very short period and we were forced to end the promotion prematurely. This was frustrating for the rest of our customers and we’re sorry for any disappointment this may have caused We would also like to apologise for not being explicit enough around the offer terms. Whilst our website did display the full terms and conditions, the original email we sent you yesterday did not clearly reference the 10,000 domain limit. As way of apology, and to ensure as many of our customers can get a domain at the offer price, we are providing you with a promo code you can use to register up to three new UK domain names for a penny each before the end of the day. Just search for your domain and add the promo code 1PUK at the checkout for the discount to be applied. The code expires at midnight and we have a total of 4,000 additional domains which we can offer at this discounted price today.

Dealier

Your should never pay for privacy on UK domains anyway. Since GDPR came in Nominet only publish your details if you ask them to.

Dealier

I got an email about this on Wednesday morning, and when I looked at the terms there was nothing about a10,000 domain limit. So I decided to wait until later before ordering. By the time I went back to the site it was too late. I'll know for next time...

cruisecars

Way to late on this one it started this morning and 10k went quick at 1p

Common.Sense

Domain privacy costs £4.95 a year to renew. Stealth charges. .co.uk £8.95 afterwards.... expensive. Order and transfer out.

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OVH - 50% Off VPS e.g VPS SSD APAC 1 1 vCore(s) - 3.5 GHz - 1 GB RAM  30 GB SSD - 1 TB Traffic £1.84
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Got a server from these guys already, but looks like they've launched in a couple of new regions so are offering 50% off their VPS range. Useful for cheap web / email hosting or i… Read more
oliver-geek33

OVH released 50% off on dedicated servers, vps, web hosting and domains till 26th of April! Check out: https://www.ovh.co.uk/ovh-deals

dragon2611

You can get 2GB ram, 1vcore, 20GB NVMe SSD (Or Ceph if you prefer) for 3 euro on hetzner. 20TB traffic although I think that's per account not per VM.

Bugster

If you want to go for cheap and nasty, you can find servers for maybe $9 annually on lowendbox, but expect openvz hosting which means kernel 2.6 and probable overselling

alexjameshaines

Only for the APAC region.

Get a One Year VPN for Approx £1.50pm / £18 per year w/code @ Macsentry (PC/Mac/Android/Windows)
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Thought this was a pretty good deal for a one year VPN - I currently use another provider and although good, it's a tad pricey and tempted to switch! Macsentry seems to tick all t… Read more
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amour3k

Loooooool, yep, I gathered ... (cough cough). :-D

tcotpatpwtcot

So far it is good. Using only for torrenting.

amour3k

Hahahahahahahahaha.

amour3k

So far, is it any good?, or ... :-D

Tina3

Worked for me... £15.50 for a year :) hopefully i can tether/hotspot more data allowance now!! (y)

Get a domain name for 18p @ LCN
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Celebrating their 18th birthday, LCN have an offer on where you can get any UK domain for 18p. Includes .co.uk .uk .org.uk .me.uk Ends midnight tomorrow!
jazlabs

Fair enough - guess it pays to shop around. I don’t suppose the standard web hosting market is as thriving as it used to be. Loads of businesses migrated email to the likes of Office365 or Google Apps, and there are more scalable players out there utilising virtualised infrastructure to reduce costs and provide better service. So, I guess if you can boost profits by adding a few quid to domain names, you’re going to do it. That’s my perspective anyway.

StatusRed

2 1/2 hours left!

Dealier

Nominet increased their prices from £2.50 to £3.75 a year. Some registrars used this increase as an excuse to more than treble their prices from £3 a year to £10 a year.

jazlabs

Never used them myself, but I used to work for Namesco about a decade ago. It’s a very customer focused company and fully based in the UK (Worcester). Their prices were never market leading, but were very popular with small-med businesses due to great customer support and account management team. Of course all this could have changed in a decade!

jazlabs

That’s because Nominet (the registry for all .uk domains) increased their fees a few years back, so every single provider pays more to register domains... some will of course be willing to take the hit short term if they’re selling hosting packages (etc).

12 months free hosting and free domain name
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Get 12 months free hosting and a domain name. All top level domains included. No credit card or payment details needed, renewal after the 12 months is up is not to bad at around £… Read more
webnet

Not quite right... In 2013/14 Nominet checked details for existing domains. They then reserved (until June 2019) the .uk version so it would be possible to register only for existing registrant. However, if a .uk domain is registered but then renewal is not done, anyone can register the .uk Also, if the .co.uk expires, a new registrant of that domain no longer has the .uk domain reserved for them. In 2016, 123-reg offered free registration of the .uk version for existing customers, so I bet thousands were registered. Then they hiked up prices (on top of Nominet hiking its prices), so there could be a load of .uk domains available. I'm off to register one which had been reserved (but the firm that had the .co.uk went bust and their domain has finally expired!)

Boyan_Sabev

Deal is over

Quiffco

you can ask for the details to be changed, but it may be too late. It should just be an initial rush then slowly die down

bfchris

Anything I can do about it now? Thanks for the reply

Quiffco

This is why some hosting companies offer WHOIS privacy, as it's now quite common for spammers to contact the registrant of new domains and offer their services. This isn't something unique to this company

OVH Black Friday / Web Hosting / VPS / Dedicated Servers
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The offers are now running until 11pm tonight. No domain offer anymore but there are deals on SSD VPS with 50% off (from £1.75 p/m), Game servers (£51.09 p/m), Web Hosting (from £… Read more
LoveTV

VPS -> VPN guys, do it! only £25.13 per year with ur own privacy (ninja) edit: choose SSD VPS 1, if you're techie enough, you could host a light web + openvpn at the same time!

Wii89

Was waiting for an OVH offer, Thanks for posting :)

.co.uk 1 Year Free Domain @ 1&1 Internet
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Found 6th Nov 2017Found 6th Nov 2017
Free 1 year .co.uk domain available, no minimum term or additional purchase required. T&C's .co.uk Domain: 1 year £0/year, then £9.99/year. Billing cycle 1 year. No minimum co… Read more
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alex_uk

the 1and1 is terrible as company!

callum001

No I'm not logged in, still showing as £0

callum001

Still showing as available here.

jacksonliam

Same thing happened here except after no contact or bill they set debt collectors on me. In the end managed to get the debt collectors fees waived and just paid the £14 or whatever it was... AVOID 1&1

spockie

APologies then if that's true. When I last did it a couple of years ago it was 2 years. Will check this out then.

17% off domain name renewals at Namecheap for today
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Found 11th Oct 2017Found 11th Oct 2017
It's rare to get discounts on domain name renewals (.com, .net, etc), so if you have any domains with Namecheap then today is the day to renew for single or multi-year. Offer rede… Read more
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techfruit

Thought I should probably follow this up after some recent changes at Innohosting - they have just been bought out by a private equity firm. They may stay a great host, but whilst I had a great relationship with their previous team I have zero experience with the new management, so couldn't comment either way on their quality any more. Personally, I have shifted some sites to Jolt.co.uk, but HostWithLove is also getting a lot of support at the moment. I hope Innohosting keeps up its long record of quality, but buyouts don't tend to be a good sign with hosting companies.

mrparm

Thanks mate

techfruit

Namecheap are great for domains - good prices, decent live chat support, and they don;t try to upsell. I've used them for a decade and have been very happy. Hosting is a different issue as it depends on your needs. What sort of site are you looking to host and what level of traffic do you want to plan for? For general (shared) hosting I use Innohosting and have been very happy with their service for many years - it's rock solid, well priced, UK or US servers, and their techs really know what they're doing. I host all kinds of sites there, from smallish Wordpress sites to forums to static sites. If you just want to host a Wordpress site, then Siteground are probably the budget option as they have built some infrastructure dedicated to Wordpress, which speeds up page delivery. If you are hosting a big Wordpress site then take a look at Pagely - they're fantastic.

mrparm

Hello, Can anyone recommend a reputable provider please for domain and hosting. thank you

M0nk3h

Although I've heard of this technique I wouldn't at all say its solely related to Namecheap. I've actually been pondering buying a domain recently, through Namecheap, typed it in and exited out - in fact a few times. The domain is still available to buy.

Wine clearance at Coop - Domain des Ormesby Saumur 50% off (£3.75 instore)!
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Coop Hull Road in York. Proper good wine. Lots of different bottles at half price. This is my pick of the bargains. Highly reviewed at the original price, but now only £3.75. Also … Read more
charlied77

Lots of wine was half price in my local coop, but wasn't marked down. They must have thought I was mad returning to the self checkout with arm fulls to investigate

woldranger

I may have just visited a second store...both are in student areas and neither had been emptied - it seems the students these days just don't care about bargains on booze!

woldranger

Cheers OP. No Prosecco and thanks to me, there's now no Cava :D

NotALot

They've been having a clear out at my local one too - including this wine so probably national

.CO.UK Domains for 99p with Heart Internet
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Heart Internet are offering .CO.UK for 99p when using the code "99UK". I've got 1 website hosted with Heart and the service that they offer has been quite decent.
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b0d

Thank you for the info. I'll be moving all our domains away from Heart Internet immediately.

iDealYou

Thanks for the info. I'll stay well clear off those companies.

deleted929126

not only .co.uk, I picked up a .uk address for 99p for future use using the code. Also applies to .org.uk if you prefer that. personally, used Heart internet for my domains for many years and can't say a bad word about them. they don't pressure you into getting anything else from them, I bought the .uk domain and within an hour I chucked a quick website onto some free hosting and had the name servers updated and some email forwarding setup without a hitch.

Maskarova

Many thanks!

AndyRoyd

I use similar services elsewhere but intend to move some services to InfinityFree on expiry. "Free" hosting typically has no or forum-only support, limited server resources and limited email services. Some providers insist that you login every xx days to show the account is still active. Most of these requirements are reasonable considering the cost being charged. Some free hosting providers place ads on your site; Infinity states it does not.

Free 1 year .co.uk domain @1&1.co.uk
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.co.uk Domain: free for the 1st year, thereafter billed at the regular price which is £6.99. Offer limited to one domain per customer and is subject to availability.
LOGiCALX

Seen them advertised a lot recently and I just wouldn't trust them, even more so going by some of your reviews. 123Reg - Never once had an issue, and been with them for over 10 years.

horsey

Since my experience with them was probably 10 years ago, I doubt they give a stuff. Anyone who doesn't Google them first probably deserves what they get

jakeby

A company to be avoided at all costs. Yes, you get a cheap domain for a year but then they chase you with debt collectors for renewal fees.

JetStream

I'll be kicking off migration to another provider 6 months prior to the renewal date.

chtyrone2

I do hope 1and1 they read this. They have an absolutely shocking reputation across the industry.

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