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Anybody know of a good reliable under $8 domain registrar?

Hello Everyone,

Does anyone know of a good reliable domain registrar that is under $8?

No Godaddy.com. I had them for years and they raised their prices and I am sick of them anyway.

I am looking for legit, reliable, good priced, good reputation.

Thank you for your help.

Jeff

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Decent Domain Registrar under $8

Godaddy is not bad, but yes, they have raised prices. You may want to try out 1and1.com. They currently have the 1st year special of $4.99 and $8.99 from there on. Have used them in the past and know many others who are using them. They're decent.

Don

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Thanks Don, but Godaddy is bad they are Sheisters etc.

HI Don,

Godaddy are a bunch of sheisters and by raising their prices. I have tried their hosting services etc and all they do is try to charge you. I noticed 1and1.com and might give them a try in the future. Thanks again.

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I use GoDaddy only for domains

and if you look just a little bit online, they always have coupons that bring down a domain to about $7.

~Sovereign

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Thanks for the reply

I think that is coupons for new registrations. I don't think for renewals. I will check to see, but I am kind of wanting to get a way from them.

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Including

renewals.

~Sovereign

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