Promo Codes

Domains for a dollar, for one day only


We hope all of your Superb Owl Sunday wishes came true, whether you were rooting for seagulls or minutemen or any other sort of pigskin-wielding professionals. And now that the big game is over, we have a major sale to announce:

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The February 2015 name.com promo code is a particularly tasty one


Coming up with a new promo code every month is always a struggle for us because we always have so many good ideas. Luckily, one of those ideas ends up being a great one and that’s the one that gets used. This month, we think we’ve hit peak awesomeness for the name.com promo code. That’s because the February 2015 name.com promo code is… LASAGNA!!!

Why is the name.com promo code lasagna you ask? We’ll tell you why! For no reason at all! Sure, we could have piggybacked off Valentine’s Day or the Superb Owl for our promo code, but we thought that would be lame and uncreative. Lasagna is exactly the opposite of lame and uncreative… it’s tasty and filled with layers of yummy goodness, kind of like an awesome website.

How is lasagna like a website? It’s like a website because the exterior noodle...

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Start 2015 off right with RESOLVE


It’s a New Year, so it’s the time of the year for New Year’s Resolutions. Yeah we know, it’s a cliche. But it’s as good a time as any to try something new or accomplish a task you’ve been putting off. Learn a new skill! Visit a new place! Or maybe … start that website that you’ve been thinking about. The first step toward a new site is registering a domain, and with that in mind, your January 2015 promo code is RESOLVE. Use it at checkout to receive $10.25 .COM/.NET registrations and renewals.

And then get started on that new site. We recommend the Name.com website builder or RapidPress if you’re not the coding type. You can even check out our eBook for a full guide to getting your website off the ground...

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Get $1.00 .NINJA domains on the most awesome ninja day of all


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Ninjas are awesome 365 days a year. They’re awesome 366 days in a leap year. But there’s one day when they’re particularly awesome in there sneakiness/efficiency/precision/etc. And that day is today: The International Day Of The Ninja.

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Cyber Monday: You Save, We Give.


Our Cyber Monday is going to last for five days. From Dec. 1 through Dec. 5 you save on domain names, websites, email, and hosting by using the promo code CYBERGOOD. But this isn’t just another week of Cyber Mondays. It’s not just a sale on domains and websites. This, my friends, is a First World Solution. It’s something we hope overtakes first world problems or, as the Twitter hashtag goes, #FirstWorldProblems. You know, those nuisances caused by too many kernels in your popcorn, or the upsetting tribulations of not getting enough likes on Facebook. First world problems are the trials of those who live in a world where adversity comes in a ketchup bottle that won’t release its tomatoey goodness.

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December 2014 promo code: Put on your leotard and JAZZERCISE


OK, we have to be honest. There’s no specific reason we made this video. There was no promotional or domain-themed tie in. We just thought it’d be fun to put on some spandex, learn an ’80s aerobics routine, and dance to Taylor Swift. AND IT WAS SUPER DUPER FUN, and now we have this video. So in honor of our tribute to “Shake It Off,” your December 2014 promo code is JAZZERCISE. Use it to receive $10.25 pricing on .COM and .NET renewals and registrations. The promo code is valid through December 31, 2014.

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The November promo code wears its mustache proudly


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We’re big fans of Movember here at Name.com, and we’ll be having another Movember contest within our office. This year we’re keeping track of our progress at www.stache.ninja, which—not coincidentally at all!—is the inspiration for our November promo code. Use STACHENINJA through Nov. 30 for $10.25 registrations and renewals on .COM and .NET domains. The code is also good for 20% off new .NINJA registrations.

What else can you save on this month?

Glad you asked! There’s no promo code required for these sales (new registrations only):

  • .REVIEWS for $8.99
  • .SOCIAL for $11.99
  • .ROCKS for $6.99 when bundled with any other registration

Got it? Now go shave your face let out your inner Ron Swanson or Magnum P.I. And register a few domains.

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Get your new website started with $9.25 .COM and .NET domains


If you’ve got an idea for a new website, there’s no time like the present. Start a search, lock down the domain you’ve got in mind, and start building. And here’s a little extra incentive to help you get started: From now through Nov. 4, you can use the promo code GOFISH at checkout and the registrations (and renewal!) price for .COM and .NET domains will be just $9.25.

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Name.com Promo Code for October 2014: It’s all about you…


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Every month we brainstorm what our latest promo code should be. This time of year there are plenty of sports activities with football, baseball and now hockey starting up. A lesser domain registrar might settle for “tackle” or some such as their magical discount word, but we feel the big sports get enough attention as it is. That’s why we’re going bigger and better than usual mainstream fare and we’re coming up with a promo code that really matters. We’re bringing in the most important person in this exchange and that is YOU. That’s right, this month’s promo code is “YOU.” There’s plenty of reason to celebrate you. You’re bombarded with ads and promises, your told your hair needs more body and your smile more shine. To heck with those marketing fiends...
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Name.com at Denver Startup Week: A taco truck and a t-shirt cannon


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Thank you Denver. Thank you everyone everywhere. We survived an amazing week thanks to you and your participation/encouragement/free beverages during Denver Startup Week. Here’s a quick wrap-up of the events that took place. First, we asked our in-house mechanical guru Jon Liu to build a t-shirt cannon.

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