Finding discounts and using promo codes
Last Updated: December 04, 2023
Name.com offers customers a number of ways to save. Here are the best ways to score our best deals on domains, websites, and other products.
Ways to save at Name.com
Subscribe to our newsletter
Every month, we send a newsletter that highlights some of our best deals for the month. The newsletter also includes a monthly code that can be used to save on all of your .COM and .NET renewals.
We also send our newsletter subscribers one-off notifications about special deals and sales that come up throughout the rest of the month. Being included on our email list will keep you up to date on all of the best discounts available. You can join our email list by following the steps outlined in this guide.
Participate in our Monthly Domain Sale
Once a month, we slash the prices on 20+ domains over the course of a week. It's your opportunity to score major discounts on registrations of new domains. Learn which extensions will be on sale ahead of time by subscribing to our newsletter or regularly checking our Promo Codes page.
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How to apply promo codes to your purchases
Once you find an eligible promo code for your purchase, you can enter it via your cart at checkout to apply the discount. To do so, follow these steps:
- Log into your Name.com account and add the products you’d like to purchase to your cart.
- Click the Cart icon in the upper right.
- Under the items in your cart, click Promo Code? in green underneath the list of items in your cart.
- Enter the code and click Apply Promo.
- If the code is valid, you will get a green check mark, and you will see the savings amount on the right.
Only one promo code can be used per order and promotions cannot be stacked. Our domain promo codes will only apply to the first year of registration or renewal, so if you add multiple years, the discount will not apply to them.
Note: If you get the green check mark but there is no discount, either nothing in your cart is eligible for that discount, or you are trying to use the code on multiple years.