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02|14|2011 08:28 pm EDT

SnapNames to Increase Prices For Deleting Domains Starting Tomorrow

by Frank Michlick in Categories: News, Up to the Minute

According to an email just sent out by SnapNames the pricing for backordering deletion domain names will increase from $59 to $69 starting tomorrow.

See the full text of the email below:

On February 15, SnapNames will raise the starting bid for backorders for all deleting domain names from $59 to $69. This starting bid increase applies only to orders for names that are deleted from their respective registries (not the expiring or privately held names listed from registrar partners or sellers).

This change applies exclusively to new orders—any previously placed deleting domain name backorders will be grandfathered in and remain at a starting bid amount of $59; thus, $59 will be the opening bid if the name enters our system. (Note, if you are the only bidder in this scenario, like today you will be the buyer at $59. If another party backorders the same name after February 15, that party’s opening bid will be at $69 and the system will alert you to raise your bid if you so elect.)

As is the case today, all non-deleting domain names will enter our system at the starting bid price specified by the listing party. Opening bids for those names will stay at the amounts originally set.

There is no change to auction procedures. If there is only one bidder for a name at the time of its availability, the name will be awarded to that bidder. For names with more than one interested party, the names will go to auction and the highest bid at or above the starting bid amount will prevail.

Questions can be directed to the SnapNames support team:

E-mail: support@snapnames.com
Web: http://support.oversee.net/login.php

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4 Comments

Acro

February 14, 2011 @ 9:16 pm EDT

Pool has been beating Snapnames lately, not very pleased.

Donny

February 14, 2011 @ 9:18 pm EDT

Somebody has to pay for the failing live domain auctions.

Chang

February 14, 2011 @ 9:26 pm EDT

Not sure it matters as 99% of the domains at Snap are beyond horrible.

Chang

February 14, 2011 @ 9:26 pm EDT

@ ACRO …… well I guess you’ll just have to beat yourself. :)

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