GoDaddy Auctions

GoDaddy Auctions

Why to search domains at GoDaddy when you can find all pre-filtered great domains auctioning at GoDaddy on our website. We offer a pre-filtered list of domain names auctioning at GoDaddy. At Raj Domains, you may find LLL, LLLL, Acronym, Numeric and Trending domains auctioning at GoDaddy. All our lists are updated every day and contain only auctions which are ending within 24-36 hours. All our lists are updated everyday

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GoDaddy Auctions is a marketplace for domain name buyers and sellers. In exchange for allowing sellers to list their domains, GoDaddy Auctions charges a percentage of the sale price once the domain is sold. At any time, the seller may add one of the optional features to increase the exposure of a listed domain. Apart from the cost of a one-year renewal that is added to certain domain purchases, there are currently no fees for buyers at GoDaddy Auctions.

The domain aftermarket is the secondary market for domain names. It gives registrants the opportunity to register a domain name that is already registered or is expiring.

There are a few ways to register a domain name through the domain aftermarket:

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FAQ

After how many days will I get my domain name purchased from GoDaddy domain auction?

Three types of auctions in Godaddy:

  1. Expired domain auction (domains which got expired at GoDaddy): 10 to 12 days, but if the domain owner renews the domain within the redemption period you will be refunded and the domain goes back to the domain owner.
  2. Closeouts (after a certain period expired domains fall into this category): 7 days
  3. Personal domain auction (auctions by other domain resellers): 7 days

Can I list domains on GoDaddy auctions if they are registered with another domain registrar?

Yes. Many domainers currently have names at a handful of registrars and list them for sale on Godaddy. I would recommend using Godaddy’s Afternic .com listing service. Many registrars have an agreement in place with Godaddy that allows fast-transfers between the registrars. This also allows registrars to put your domain name up for sale on their sites. So, if a user’s searches on Web.com for your domain and you have it listed on Afternic, the user can see it through that distribution arrangement. They can buy it at their favorite registrar and Godaddy does a seamless transfer to the new registrant. It’s pretty slick.

Should I bid on a GoDaddy Auction?

GoDaddy Auctions is a marketplace for domain name buyers and sellers. In exchange for allowing sellers to list their domains, GoDaddy Auctions charges a percentage of the sale price once the domain is sold. At any time, the seller may add one of the optional features to increase the exposure of a listed domain. Apart from the cost of a one-year renewal that is added to certain domain purchases, there are currently no fees for buyers at GoDaddy Auctions.

The domain aftermarket is the secondary market for domain names. It gives registrants the opportunity to register a domain name that is already registered or is expiring.

There are a few ways to register a domain name through the domain aftermarket:

Yes, You should if you want an auction, from another registrant, or through an escrow service that manages the transaction between two parties.

Yes, You should if you want to sell the domain name which you have.

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