Update on Top 10 Sales from a Year Ago: Pedal.com, Magenta.com, CustomFit.com, More

Feb 12 2017

Listed below are updates to the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.

1. Magenta.com sold for $100,000

Picked up by the behemoth Deutsche Telekom, Magenta One is their “next generation of television“. “Finding the best tariff for home and mobile has never been easier.  Simply combine the highlights from communication, internet and entertainment individually. Enjoy the benefits of combined fixed line and mobile.” The site has an Alexa rank near 6 million.


2. Creature.com sold for $35,000

The simple lander says the site is under construction, and that the domain is not for sale.

3. Pedal.com sold for $25,000

A workout-related app is live, and it’s the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 1.4 million. “Pedal’s goal is to make sure you never miss a workout due to travel. Our wide ranging network of gyms offers pay-as-you-go access to facilities across the US.”


4. CustomFit.com sold for $21,000

The domain was an upgrade from CustomFitMed.com, which is where the shorter domain is currently redirected. “At CustomFit we provide specialized compression garments. With our products and technologies, we would like to make your life easier, better and more comfortable.”


5. Goal.net sold for $13,500

The domain is parked an under privacy protection.

6. Barcelo.cn sold for $11,200

No site resolves.

7. Menz.com sold for $10,500

No site resolves, and the domain is owned by an individual in the Netherlands.

8. Cashpoint.nl sold for $10,080

No site resolves.

9. SecondAmendment.com sold for $10,000

They describe the site as “Cool Stuff For Gun Lovers“, and offer t-shirts, phone cases, decals, etc. They also own 2ndAmendment.com, but have a separate site live there.


10. Leasing.co.uk sold for $9,999

No site resolves.

10. PepCart.com sold for $9,999

Domain is parked.

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  1. Tupelo Technology

    I’m kind of amazed at how many of these domains just haven’t been acted upon after an entire year after purchase, especially at these prices! But maybe I’m not that surprised as it is human nature to be impulse and buy stuff and then not use it again. But I usually think of that of being along the lines of gym memberships and golf clubs, and not 5 figure domains!

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