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02|21|2009 03:44 pm EDT

Domainer Mardi Gras 2009 Aftermarket.com Live Auction Results

by Frank Michlick in Categories: Domain Auction

We were liveblogging the Domainer Mardi Gras Aftermarket.com Live Auction. 26 Names had bids before the auction started. Out of the listed 51 domains, 34 sold (66.67% of the inventory) for a total of $439,369.00 with voodoo.com being the highest sale for $300,000 and Heal.tv being the lowest sale for $300. About 40 people were present in the room, and up to 90 people were viewing the auction video feed online.

Check out the auction results after the jump, but please note that we do not guarantee their accuracy.

Domainer Mardi Gras 2009 Aftermarket.com Live Auction

LotDomainReserveStatusPrice
1Mahogany.com$25,000.00pass
2StorageFacility.com$3,500.00SOLD$5,000
3Decor.net$1,500.00SOLD$2,900
4GolfSet.com$4,500.00pass
5MardiGrasTube.com$500.00SOLD$500
6CandyCane.com$10,000.00SOLD$10,000
7Heal.tvNO RESERVESOLD$300
8VirtualServer.com$50,000.00pass
9RentalVillas.com$9,000.00pass
10Titillation.comNO RESERVESOLD$1,400
11Jobless.com$10,000.00SOLD$14,000
12DownAndDirty.com$5,000.00pass
13Discretion.com$3,000.00SOLD$5,250
14TheFrenchQuarter.com$24,000.00pass
15Resolve.netNO RESERVESOLD$800
16ExerciseGuide.com$3,000.00SOLD$3,500
17Favorites.com$500,000.00pass
18CashForSites.com$1,500.00pass
19ShowMeYourBoobs.comNO RESERVESOLD$850
20Pho.com$25,000.00pass
21ItalianHoliday.comNO RESERVESOLD$1,750
22DCW.com$5,000.00SOLD$6,500
23Suntanning.com$22,500.00SOLD$22,500
24Babefest.comNO RESERVESOLD$650
25TextLinks.com$22,000.00SOLD$22,000
26Dreamy.com$4,000.00SOLD$9,000
27PortableDrive.com$1,500.00SOLD$1,500
28WorkPrograms.comNO RESERVESOLD$1,666
29FinancialBailout.com$2,500.00SOLD$3,750
30PetHospitals.com$4,500.00SOLD$4,500
31SongDirectory.comNO RESERVESOLD$303
32CustomSites.com$15,000.00pass
33DNSales.com$5,000.00pass
34BusinessProblem/s.comNO RESERVESOLD$850
35ElectronicToys.com$33,000.00pass
36AirlineRewards.com$5,000.00SOLD$5,000
37Trays.com$25,000.00pass
38Couple.orgNO RESERVESOLD$600
39Overwhelmed.comNO RESERVESOLD$3,700
40Voodoo.com$300,000.00SOLD$300,000
41XXXFilms.com$10,000.00pass
42LowFare.netNO RESERVESOLD$1,200
43RapidMoney.com$999.00SOLD$1,000
44Gocart.com$75,000.00pass
45MedicalTextbooks.com$1,000.00SOLD$1,500
46TicketBooth.com$2,100.00SOLD$3,800
47Credenzas.com$13,500.00pass
48GasCash.comNO RESERVESOLD$400
49NurseCollege.com$2,000.00SOLD$2,000
50MovieBuff.com$15,000.00pass
51BrightenTeeth.comNO RESERVESOLD$700
52Mardi Gras Basket (Charity Lot #1)$1SOLD$300
53Craw Fish Basket (Charity Lot #2)$1SOLD$150
54VooDoo Doll Jay (Charity Lot #3)$1SOLD$125
55Voodoo Doll Ammar Charity Lot #4)$1SOLD$275

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18 Comments

Mike

February 21, 2009 @ 6:07 pm EDT

Terrific showing for the industry! Short too! Well done.

Troy

February 21, 2009 @ 6:54 pm EDT

Just think of it. If Voodoo.com had not been a part of the auction then it would not have even raised $140,000! Heck, OL.com sold for $150,000 just 2 years ago.

Shocked that Favorites.com didn’t sell, it has such a reasonable reserve=). I don’t think that domain is worth $5000, much less $500,000.

I think StorageFacilities.com was a good deal and I think that RentalVillas.com at $9,000 would have been a good deal. Don’t care too much for the rest of the list (apart from Voodoo.com which is sweet).

Mike

February 21, 2009 @ 8:49 pm EDT

rentalvillas.com and any others that did not sell are in the extended auction. I agree on that one, especially with financing attached. Still, thought it went very well.

Frank Rijkaard

February 21, 2009 @ 9:00 pm EDT

Couple.org for only $600 ???
That was really cheap…

Anunt

February 21, 2009 @ 11:56 pm EDT

Voodoo.com for $300k…somebody must have put the voodoo on the buyer. You can buy much much better names than voodoo for $300k. Voodoo worth less than $20k.

Redundant

February 22, 2009 @ 12:10 pm EDT

Does anyone know who Voodoo went too? It could have been too HP for their Voodoo PC brand..?

Mike

February 22, 2009 @ 1:34 pm EDT

Anunt, that name makes more than $20k per year on parking. You should reconsider your valuation. Consider revenue AND resale.

It’s a great name especially with financing – not a bad deal at all if you have the right idea or product attached or like HP, have a brand already.

Sometimes it’s all about the ‘idea’ and if you think you have a good one, domain price can be secondary to the objectives. These are the large end-user sales.

JMHO

Name

February 22, 2009 @ 3:29 pm EDT

Voodoo.com $300,000.00 ,oh Itis high domain price.

Troy

February 22, 2009 @ 3:42 pm EDT

What were the terms for financing? How long were they going to finance for and what was the rate or interest?

Troy

February 22, 2009 @ 3:46 pm EDT

Mike,

How do you know that voodoo makes more that $20,000 year on parking?

Frank Michlick

February 22, 2009 @ 3:51 pm EDT

Troy: Terms for financing are here. Basically 30% down and 6 months to pay the remainder. This option was not available on all of the names though, but it was available on voodooo.com. The buyer was Donny from parked.com according to people present at the auction.

Chris

February 22, 2009 @ 5:06 pm EDT

Frank or anyone else, could you please let me know where a buyer goes to pay or get details on how to pay for a domain won in the aftermarket.com auction…

thanks
C

Frank Michlick

February 22, 2009 @ 5:14 pm EDT

Chris, I would imagine they will contact the buyers for details – but I’ll forward your message to the team over there.

Chris

February 22, 2009 @ 5:17 pm EDT

Okay, Thanks Frank

Chris,

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Adam Strong

February 23, 2009 @ 3:45 pm EDT

What did you buy Chris ?

Chris

February 23, 2009 @ 4:39 pm EDT

Hi Adam, if you could shoot me an email to jumpstart22@hotmail.com I’ll forward you all the information.

thanks
Chris

Kevin

March 3, 2009 @ 1:45 am EDT

I can’t see Voodoo.com going for $300K. The only way I can imagine that is if the buyer was voodoopc.com

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