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Auction Recap, 9th of January 2016

The Daily recap of Shane’s Auction Picks, the 9th of January

Yesterday’s Average 4L Chip Sales as listed on and was $2,431.17

Auction Quick Recap

If you ever have a bad day domaining just remember that at least no one tried to kill you because you were buying domains. Listen to the Audio, the dispatcher does a great job, in my opinion, of trying to organize chaos. There are domaining points to be made here. When in the midst of Chaos or adversity of any kind keep calm and focus, try and hold emotions in check to ensure the best outcome possible.

Get well soon Officer Jesse Hartnett.  All those bids for my friend Dirk

409 USD Ahh some early Wahlberg cinema   I think it will sell as an acronym and not as a kind of pronounceable.  16 years old

? can’t find it anywhere   No bidders.  Great marketing name for a jeweler at that price

636 USD I was thinking it could be for a Advertising company or branding type solution.  Awesome letters and age.   And the price reflects it

3,038 USD   I watch these go up every day.  Too expensive I say and that was when it was $2K, next up $5K.  Have to get it before it goes to $8K

4,511 USD Stupid perpetual bubble. The bubble makers will have the last laugh.  The zero will save you a $4K or so

1,158 USD for now. One day the zero will be awesome.  A middle of the road CHiP which is in the $2K range…at least I think that is the case

2051 USD Who knows, seems about right today

A nice group of LLLL.nets.  Here they are, 228 USD



RNRG, 222 USD 227 USD

And my group of 6N.coms, 201 USD

967613, 150 USD

831979, 155 USD

821185, 170 USD 171 USD

Value deals here with the 6N’s. I didn’t bid on any, maybe I was the missing link that kept the prices down.  The patterns will establish the run of  They are starting to sell, when these sell out then the next type will move.  We have a ways to go though

101 USD This one is also a city code  For those that are creating a portfolio

141 USD  If you’re going to move to 7N.coms then IMO you need to only add patterns this good or better

180 USD Pattern and 8’s. With the 6n starting with 888 getting 10K I’m holding onto my 7n’s beginning in 888, probably forever, but who knows.   I like this one even more.

381 USD  Are any LLL.nets worth under $1000 right now

Can’t find it, sold for 2500 in 2011

And because there are so many I threw up a quick list of a few more that are worth adding to your portfolio IMO, 156 USD, 151 USD, 155 USD, 151 USD, 151 USD, 151 USD, 150 USD, 151 USD, 145 USD, 156 USD


Special Domain Shane ONLY Coupon…….. CODE IS DDCDS2015 – Good 30% off Discount Domain Club to get the lowest renewal prices Godaddy offers (DDC)   The Chips that end in C have all pretty much hit $2500 or more. I see this keeping the trend alive

2153 USD There were a bunch of good Friday deals on this list. Maybe Friday is that sale day. I bet we could trend this, find which days have the lowest prices, only buy on that day and sell for a profit on the highest priced day of the week. If only we didn’t have to pay 20% Godaddy… Just sayin.  Has a real high bid yet I think more people come in take it higher.  Opinion only.  We’ll see from Josh if it becomes fact

1 day to go at $3500   V is not good until you add in some Venture Capital

508 USD I got an offer the other day for a LL.VC domain. It came through Whois, this is where the wholesale concept and the end user pricing can run together and start to get confusing. At what point do I shift gears and go back to end user prices? I should have a better way to track and research any leads coming in, someway to tell if it’s a bulk whois email or a legitimate end user inquiry.   Getting a great price but not good enough for seller

9 hours to go, at $3500 right now.   As good of a keyword as you can have on dot IO.  AND at no reserve

20,000 USD, Holy Crap, did not see that coming. I think this is what happens when you market a name well. Maybe it’s obvious to a lot of people, I don’t have much io experience

NameJet Results $651 1/8/2016 $376 1/8/2016 $610 1/8/2016 $789 1/8/2016 $220 1/8/2016 $25,000 1/8/2016 $4,195 1/8/2016 $79 1/7/2016 $621 1/7/2016 $2,000 1/7/2016

NameJet Action Time Left:1d 22h High Bid:$1,000 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$1,211 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$1,211 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$119 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$69 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$70 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$69 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$103 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$70 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$21,000 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$1,550 Time Left:1d 23h High Bid:$1,550 Time Left:2d 0h High Bid:$205 Time Left:2d 0h High Bid:$300 Time Left:2d 0h High Bid:$88

Recap Quick Overview

diggler.com409 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
theperfectring.com636 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
cgsp.com3,038 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
82337.com4,511 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
20189.com1,158 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
ntdx.com2051 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
lxdc.net228 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
dzbh.net228 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
twlr.net227 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
rnrg.net222 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
hwlx.net227 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
928355.com201 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
967613.com150 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
831979.com155 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
821185.com170 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
938861.com171 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
gdppp.com101 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
dg59.com141 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
9866688.com180 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
9886688.com381 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
825623.com156 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
191879.com151 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
285727.com155 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
513187.com151 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
591296.com151 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
532356.com151 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
638312.com150 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
753192.com151 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
327613.com145 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
936159.com156 USD01/08/16GoDaddy
lymc.com2153 USD01/08/16Sedo
xdvc.com508 USD01/08/16Sedo
music.io20,000 USD 01/08/16Flippa

Yesterday’s Reported 4L Chip sales.

ouch flippa… $2,153.00 1/8/2016 Sedo $1,100.00 1/8/2016 Flippa $4,195.00 1/8/2016 NameJet $2,050.00 1/8/2016 NameJet $3,038.00 1/8/2016 GoDaddy $2,051.00 1/8/2016 GoDaddy
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2 Replies to “Auction Recap, 9th of January 2016”

  1. Thanks for putting this list together. I see in the past few months alot of data gathering/price analysis is coming out. Its making it easier for investors like myself to determine where to drop my loot. -Mike Maillet (Toronto, Canada)

  2. There has to be something wrong with Flippa. They seem to have changed their auction system. Trust me when I say I have been trying to find these “Hot” deals of folks losing their shirt trying to sell domains on flippa.

    Trust me when I say that I cannot find these for sale on flippa for that price and I started looking after I saw the first one “sell” cheap last week.

    Everyone I know would jump at the chance to pick up a chip 4L so flipping cheap. Either they aren’t selling at that price and are reported or their new system is really killing people trying to sell a domain.

    I feel bad for the seller, I would have paid far more for that domain. Flippa is surely not the place to sell anything, buy maybe but I have always found it to be a frustrating experience even as a buyer.

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