Hey guys!

October sure was an exciting month and November looks to be more of the same! We’re sure that a fair amount of you are eager to get your grub on at the end of the month, but we bet even more of you are excited about getting a sweet deal on your domains.

For the month of November you can use the promo code TURKEYTROT for:

  • $9.49 .COM/.NET registrations
  • $9.49 .COM/.NET renewals

Don’t forget to check out our other great promotions (no promo code required):

  • $6.99 .IM registrations & renewals (ended 11/18)
  • $10.99 .TV registrations ($9.99/year for multi-year registrations)
  • $6.99 .ASIA registrations

Comments
Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:24 pm November 1, 2010
Eng_ahmed_fci
Author

Case #00282643 plzzzzz reply

Harvey Specter
Posted at 12:41 am November 2, 2010
onews
Author

I don't think that TURKEYTROT is a good promo price. Take it's or leave it's, thanks.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 3:41 pm November 2, 2010
namedotcom
Author

Hi onews,

We appreciate the feedback, thank you.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 3:44 pm November 2, 2010
namedotcom
Author

Hi Ahmed,

We responded to your case yesterday. 🙂

Harvey Specter
Posted at 3:58 pm November 2, 2010
Anup
Author

You have to reduce more price on this promo.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 3:59 pm November 2, 2010
namedotcom
Author

Hi Anup,

Many thanks for the feedback!

Harvey Specter
Posted at 8:01 am November 4, 2010
Rashad Aliyev
Author

1soz.de is the best! Of course bought from Name.com

Harvey Specter
Posted at 5:14 pm November 5, 2010
Bob
Author

Wow That Promo Sucks ! Go Daddy for $7:49 + .18 ICANN = $7.66 Yeah ! USE

Promo Code MEVIO10 —SAVE $$$ $1.84 EACH

Name.com was Like $8.49 last month promo

Harvey Specter
Posted at 5:17 pm November 5, 2010
Keith
Author

Yeah That Price SUCKS— GoDaddy Has em for $7.66 with a promo code

Harvey Specter
Posted at 5:19 pm November 5, 2010
Gary
Author

Go to GoDaddy and use a promo for $7.66 total per domain

Names promo Sucks worst then ever this month – Almost $2 more each !

Harvey Specter
Posted at 5:26 pm November 5, 2010
Stevek
Author

Shoot the Turkey Trot Promo — We aren't Turkeys

Harvey Specter
Posted at 8:10 pm November 5, 2010
namedotcom
Author

Hi Bob,

True, our promo was $8.49 last month, but we like to change up the amount of discount that we give from month to month. Not unlike other retail businesses that offers coupons.

Many thanks for the feedback though, we really appreciate it. 🙂

Harvey Specter
Posted at 8:22 pm November 5, 2010
namedotcom
Author

Thanks for the feedback Gary. The issue with $7.66 registrations is that is the same as the registrar cost, so Godaddy is making zero money on those domains. Unfortunately that's not very practical if we want to stay in business.

We realize that price is an important factor for our customers, however, we offer much much more outside of price — like a clean interface, better tools, better customer service, etc. For a lot of people that extra dollar or two is worth it for the better experience. For some people, it's not, and we understand and respect that.

Again, we thank you for stopping by and leaving your thoughts. Cheers and have a good weekend. 🙂

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:07 pm November 5, 2010
xiaoyu
Author

This is not good price now.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 4:53 pm November 11, 2010
Knox
Author

Yeah guys, honestly i love name.com but the coupon codes that you guys offer are not competitive enough. Actually right now i want to register a domain name but i'm still figuring weather to stay on or register with another company. But one thing for sure why i like Name.com is because of the nice clean web interface, easy to manage and excellent support 🙂

Harvey Specter
Posted at 1:48 pm November 19, 2010
tigerhu
Author

Here you said “$6.99 .IM registrations & renewals”, but why I cost $10.99 to be registered for each .im today?

Harvey Specter
Posted at 9:09 pm November 19, 2010
namedotcom
Author

Hi tigerhu,

Very sorry about the miscommunication there. We should have noted that the .IM pricing would last until 11/18. The post has been corrected to say this.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 5:34 pm November 22, 2010
David Orozco
Author

just 0.50?

xcuseme but it is a lame promo :-p

Harvey Specter
Posted at 1:27 pm November 25, 2010
Robin
Author

you still can make profit if u provide domain for 8.5$. why dont you make it a standard rice of org, .com, .net prices to < 8.50$ and provide promotions for other domains?

Harvey Specter
Posted at 1:33 pm November 25, 2010
sharpz
Author

you still can make profit if u provide domain for 8.5$. why don't you make it a standard rice of org, .com, .net prices to < 8.50$ and provide promotions for other domains?

is it a business startergy? when i joined i was impressed by the price and free who is protection but after a year you started charging for who is protection too + its around ten dollars. i guess the actual price of a .com domain is only 6$ +.18$ icann. then y cant you make a profit of 2.32 dollars per domain? bec i used to sell domain for just 8$ on my site http://www.sharpzhost.com with just 1.50$ profit. why don't you follow it?

Harvey Specter
Posted at 4:59 pm November 29, 2010
Kade
Author

I'll pay the more money just because name.com doesn't use scantily clad women to sell their products.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 1:05 am December 3, 2010
Recommendable1
Author

Just wanted to let you guys at Name.com know all of you are doing a great job. For the complainers, if you like GoDaddy so much, why are you at Name.com? If you don't see the value in paying $1 more for your lousy domain than you're an obvious loser.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 1:43 am September 9, 2011
f2 ‘b3’a4’b8’f9 f0 f3 ’89’a9 f0
Author

.im promo code?

Harvey Specter
Posted at 1:51 am September 9, 2011
Anonymous
Author

Why not support the RMB payment, renewals good trouble? . im there a discount codedomain name

Harvey Specter
Posted at 3:09 pm September 9, 2011
Anonymous
Author

Hey, thanks for getting in touch, this is a good thought. We are looking into alternative payment methods such as MoneyBookers, we haven’t gotten too many requests for RMB payments but we can look into it for sure.