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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday December 11th, 2019

Yesterday I literally had to pull out a sheet of paper and map out a plan of attack for a vacation. I am taking my Mom to Hawaii for a belated 70th birthday but we’re coming from two different places. Heading home from two different places. But wanted to meet up on the coast and fly over. I have tons of miles at American and tons of points at Chase so I needed to find out the best way to book the flights either using miles, points, upgrades or cards. I essentially had to book a one way to California, then a few flights for my Mom, then match those flights but have an additional flight that takes me home. All while trying to get business or first class for decent price or an upgrade. Throw in the fact I needed travel insurance and one of my cards offers free insurance on anything purchased with the card and I have a whole notebook full of flight numbers, carriers, and point/card choices. Amazingly it came together and some great deals on some flights and points used for upgrades, some flights, and rental car.

I can see why there are entire sites built for optimizing points and deals because it takes a while to put together the best deal. I don’t feel like I fly that much compared to a few of my friends but I did go to Kenya, The Netherlands, Hawaii, Mt. Baker, Las Vegas, California, and Berlin recently so I built up a few more miles than I realized. Travis taught me how to transfer miles and get the most out of them. I can also book flights through my card and I get 1.5 miles for every mile so I save a good bit on plane tickets. Add in the credit card miles and an ordinary guy like myself can get a lot of places for not a lot of money. But therein lies the problem

Getting business class upgrades is pretty much impossible now because so many people have credit card and flight miles. The days of the business person that spent a ton on flights being the only person that gets upgrades is over. Everyone is Platinum or VIP and the 3 spots left in business are being sought after by 1100 people. If you try and buy tickets with your points you get the shittiest flights. Lots of layovers and bad times. Really depends on how much time I have to get to the destination.

If I were to give some pointers it would be to just call the airline if you have question. 50% of the time you get an agent that is bad and really doesn’t care to help. But the other half you get someone that really does a good job and hooks you up. I just wish I could get direct numbers to those that do a great job so I would only call them. There’s a business model. Direct number call centers and the people that do a good job will be obvious because they will log the most repeat callers. The bad can be weeded out

Quote of the Day:

People say there’s delays on flights. Delays, really? New York to California in five hours, that used to take 30 years, a bunch of people used to die on the way there, have a baby, you would end up with a whole different group of people by the time you got there.

Now you watch a movie and shit and you’re home.” — Louis C.K.

Domain of the Day: and Two coming up for auction. Somebody let some cash money expire

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction Another of the that have been up for sale each day. It’s been great for establishing wholesale value of some of the lower end LLL.coms And reserves have been reasonable I think you could call this a pronounceable but not very Great letters. N for Network or National With most of the vineyards of the US being on the Pacific side this name is a good upgrade for a lot of companies Looks like Juniper. 1995 birthday and expiry so no reserve The reserve is deservedly high but its the first time I’ve seen one up for auction in years Chicagoland is the area that includes Chicago and the suburbs and many of the suburbs are wealthy. 1998 birthday Upgrade name for hundreds of entities Contrary to the crazies, immunization is an important think. Find out what you need here Turns just you into a whole organization with one purchase Makes you sound smarter just for spending a night there or chasing to stay there Don’t get many for under $10K. Here’s your chance Met reserve under $500. Good short brand. Might want to get as well which is $300 at Network Solutions It’s $79 . Might be able to make some money as an email Cute name. 17 years old . No bidders Last chance to get your French Sex Its a dot co but there are a bunch of big Wangs that would want this. Companies named Wang is probably a better way to say it

Sedo’s Great Domains Auction is going on Now

Godaddy Domains With Bids

Click the links to fund the site and our work Great for shopping site or app but bad for the ladies Yes you can put any number behind apartment but there is only one number 1 This CBD Oil name has the most bids on the Godaddy board today Top price on the GD list but that’s not saying much today. Not many high bids in this group Marketing name all the way for repair place Organic lawn care or cleaning products come to mind I for International. Godaddy has this one at $4K which is one of the higher values Move up to the next level from LegalEase Good for someone in our industry Architecture site all the way A bit of a mouthful but exudes time, organization A bit hard to monetize but I know people worry about giving a good one Sounds like a good time before you even get started

A few other good LLLL.coms today

Godaddy Names With One of No Bids

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

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