Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday March 30th, 2018

Mar 30 2018

Escrow.com

Did you know that Travis is a master at picking out the perfect credit card?  Did you know that Josh is a hell of a fisherman and used some domain money to buy a real fishing boat (I think he shared this).  Do we know anything about Aaron?  What I love about having partners in business is the vast diversity of hobbies and talents that a group brings. The conversations are great and I’m always amazed by the crazy things that our partners know.  Travis’ credit card prowess has saved me thousand and thousands of dollars the past year.

We went over my spending habits and my needs in a card and we picked out two kinds.  One a travel card and one that specializes in good points for online purchases. The other a card that gets more coins with online purchases.  I went with the travel. Pretty sure I mentioned it in a previous post. The Chase Saphire Reserve.  It’s $400 but you instantly get $300 taken off you first travel purchase of the year so now you’re down to $100.  And you get 100,000 points with signup which is $1500 in travel.  Which would pay for 15 years of annual fee if you count only the $100 balance.  Add in that you get free entry to all the high end lounges in the airport and its a winner.  There are tons of other bonuses in the area of insurance and travel. Too many to list.  I finally used my points from last year and was able to fly my family and I for 8 days in Holland on business class and hotel all for free using points.  When you spend the points wisely they can go a lot further.  I think I heard Travis say he could get 5 times his money on Hotels using his points.  Again, he’s a specialist.  Special enough that he essentially got me a free vacation for my entire family to Europe.  And this was just my domain credit card.  Not my nursery business card which my Dad still controls and is making the plain old 1%. Time to take a look at that and have Travis figure out the best way to maximize it.

The ironic part of all of this is I still get crushed in credit card fees at the nursery so by no means am I winning the credit card game. I can’t change the rates and all us businesses are going to pay the same rates regardless, so I might as well play.  And with Travis guiding me I am playing better than I’ve ever played.

On a completely unrelated note. While sick I watched an entire season of Ozark on Netflix.  A must watch.  One of the better series on TV.  Here are today’s names.    Click on them for current price

Quote of the Day: I don’t like country music, but I don’t mean to denigrate those who do. And for the people who like country music, denigrate means ‘put down’.”   -Bob Newhart


Domain of the Day:  Graphicly.com 24 bids.  Sold for $15K four years ago so somebody is getting a bargain compared to the original buyer

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

Loosie.com  At $100 at press time.  Domain ends today

SpaHoliday.com   With the weather being so shitty in Illinois that sounds like a perfect Easter Weekend

WMOT.com  Would be a steal IMO at the $111 that the current price is. And don’t think it won’t.  I have picked up a few that end in A for under $200 lately

Kuduo.com   Its a vessel and a great brand as you can tell by the bids

Chess.ws    I think chess players don’t care about the tld.  This one comes with a paid up renewal until 2099

ISGC.com    For those that like the LLLL that end in C.  That might just be me and Rosener

AdvancedRealtors.com   Advanced is a popular naming convention.  If you google it you get a huge amount of business results

Bitched.com    I know a few guys that should own this name.  Its all they do

461.net    Only 1000 of these bad boys

GunReform.com  Can’t find a hotter topic right now.  Seller is smart to put this one up right now

 

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Seeders.com   Top price on the board and you can see why.  So many uses.  Seed round comes to mind first

SOTL.com  L for league.  Or limited.  Or anything that starts with L

HRMS.com   You don’t see a LLLL.com going for almost $3K at auction very often

CentralTech.com  Upgrade name for hundreds of companies.  And its 21 years old

Bloog.com   Godaddy values this at $7K

CashSupply.com   Something we could all use.  Cash is king

AboutSex.com    1997 birthday.  I guess you could learn about it from somewhere else than porn

WebInternational.com   A bit cheesy but we’ve all sold cheesy

BatonRouge.net   Famous city in New Orleans.  Pronounced Bat On Rouge

SparkGrow.com    Definitely going to a canna grower

Crypto Domains

So many today I had to separate the all out.  All have bids. Some quite a few

CryptoCap.com 

BlockCap.com

CoinFork.com

CryptoCentury.com

CryptoFluency.com

CryptoForms.com

CryptoNightly.com

OasisBitCoin.com

PropertyBlocks.com

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

 

SupercarForSale.com   At the price of super cars, you only need to sell one to pay for this name.  A the younger gen buys supercars now, not classics

Chaining.org    The dot com would be 5 figures so this has some value IMO

WeedLotion.com  Its the future.  I think we’ll see canna oil as a medical treatment regularly available.

iCanDrawYou.com  Can you draw me like one of your French girls Jack ?    Reminds me of Reddit’s ADrawingAppeared

Wizergy.com It’s a push but I see this as an new tech energy name.  It’s $12 so I can stretch a little more

Shitting.org  Shitty name

KarPool.com  Buy this then upgrade to Carpool.  The K is going to save you a few hundred grand

ShanesHouse.com  Who’s house?  Shane’s house

ComplainForYou.com  Love this business model.  Let someone else put in your complaint

MagicDonkey.com  At least you’ll remember the name

HardSlice.com  Golf term with no bids.  More of a blog type name so reduced value.

NameSonar.com   “Let us help you find your name”  No bids

Godaddy Names With Bids

01986.com
071.info
1mss.com
7b4.com
890321.com
BGV.co
BlitzKrieger.com
BQQE.com
BullCreek.net
CampWinnebago.org
CBKO.com
CHLG.org
Decorp.com
EcoGlobal.com
FleaTreatmentCentral.com
ForeignPolicyI.org
GarimaEscortServices.com
GridAlliance.org
HandcraftedMiami.com
IDDS.org
InCaller.com
IPAN.org
IrishClubRIorg
IrvinMayfield.com
jexpclinassistreprod.com
KitPlanes2.com
LisaMarieHeart.com
LoansForPoorCredit.com
LoveSoul.com
MarCleaningServices.com
Miracle2.net
MursWorld.com
NGRB.net
NiceSearches.com
NitroJam.com
NorthlandInn.com
NRZ.co
OnlineStudentsForum.com
OYOA.com
PartShoe.com
Pasarelapr.com
PeoplesSocialForum.org
PhotoFlexLightingSchool.com
ponoka.org
QHIZ.com
qzsems.com
RedbirdKnits.com
Seasoners.com
SerenitySpringsWildlife.org
Skish.com
SmartCityHostels.com
SoarOregon.com
SpoletoCity.com
SuperLeagueGaming.com
SwagWear.com
TascaJobs.com
TeamFlexMedia.com
TheBeyHive.com
ULKZ.com
VanessaRousSo.com
WatermarkStationery.com
Yauce.com
YDSB.com
ZodiacLifeCoach.com
ZXLL.net

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7 comments

  1. Ategy.com

    Ozark is great once you can get past Jason Bateman not being Michael Bluth from Arrested Development .. which is probably the best/smartest sitcom of all time IMO.
    .
    C/C fees have eaten me up quite a bit as well .. I’m pretty sure as Americans you guy have at least 10x more options than any other country for choosing financial services. But on that note .. I’m happy to report another 4 figure sale that landed in my mailbox a couple of hours ago from Afternic, so that should help .. lol. I certainly under-priced it by a large margin .. but it’s a 200x return .. so I’m going to try to see it as a good mistake! 🙂

    1. Travis M.

      Ategy, I hear this over and over. Someone sells a name and then immediately feels like they priced it too low and wishes they had the name back. It must be part of the psychology of it. Congrats on the sale.

      1. Ategy.com

        Travis .. Nah .. I know what you mean .. and some of my past sales I “wondered” if I could have gotten more .. but only in the usual way I think you mean in that we never know for sure if we left anything on the table or not. But this one I had repriced a while back in my personal DB quite a bit higher (when I priced down most of the others because I was a little too gungho on pricing at the start). I actually removed the price from my Efty account (but actually didn’t even think I ever had it on Afternic so didn’t switch it). So this one is a little more than “wondering” .. lol .. again though .. 200x .. can’t complain .. someone got a steal though! I’ll post the domain as soon as transaction completes! 🙂
        .
        Shane .. I seriously can’t believe you’ve never watched Arrested Development. First 6 episodes are good .. but once the cast gels and there’s more and more cross-episode references .. the show is simply brilliant .. I rewatched them all at least 3 times .. each time there’s something new … apparently the scripts for each show were 3-4 times longer than typical sitcoms.

  2. Travis M.

    Chase Sapphire Reserve – close on the details
    Card is $450 with a $300 travel credit that can be used on just about anything so the total yearly fee comes to $150.
    Bonus is now 50K points – the 100K was one sweet deal that isn’t around anymore. 50K points is still very nice especially if used wisely.
    Lots of benefits including 3x points on travel and dining. A no-brainer card if you do a lot of either of these things.
    That is awesome that you guys found a way to use the points to travel to Europe!
    And I do have an option for you regarding your business…

  3. jenny arora

    Yes i Agree on. Shane .. I seriously can’t believe you’ve never watched Arrested Development. First 6 episodes are good .. but once the cast gels and there’s more and more cross-episode references .. the show is simply brilliant .. I rewatched them all at least 3 times .. each time there’s something new … apparently the scripts for each show were 3-4 times longer than typical sitcoms.

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