Lowest cost to renew a domain name?

CyberAlchemist

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From your experience, what is the lowest cost to renew a domain name? I have some domains at Godaddy and had to renew $13.9 for each one. I suppose that it will have more companies offering cheaper out there. Can anyone recommend a company where I can renew my domains for MUCH CHEAPER?
 

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It depends on what the extension you are talking about.

You can check domcomp for current domain renewal, registration and transfer prices.
 

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Depends on Registrar and promo codes you get. Don't miss your email registered with, look for offers they give you. You can also search google for special promo codes for your registrar, make sure they are valid until a specified time in future.
 

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Hi CyberAlchemist,

I use Mydomain.com. I've been with them for years.

They are charging me $11.99 per year at present.

They automate the payments so you don't lose your domain, and their site is easy to get around.

What more do you want?

cheers, Mal.
 
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merapata

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it mostly dependent on extension every domain seller have different different transfer and renew price so if you tell us your Domains extensions we might be able to help you precious

#Cheers
 

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extension is important, but it is common practice with godaddy to increase the price every time you are about to renew. Usually .com, .org, .net domains go for around $11 to $12 so you can look for something along those lines, or there might be some promotion going on somewhere, but do it quick before you lose the domain
 

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DomainPeg.com is good. We get cheapest domains at godady for first year. then transfer out to domainpeg next year. their prices are quiet reasonable. $8.99 for .com, for registration, transfer and renewal also :)
I Normally took me hardly 5 minutes to transfer out a domain from godady to domainpeg. You should try them
 

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Hi CyberAlchemist,

I use Mydomain.com. I've been with them for years.

They are charging me $11.99 per year at present.

They automate the payments so you don't lose your domain, and their site is easy to get around.

What more do you want?

cheers, Mal.
DomainPeg.com is good. We get cheapest domains at godady for first year. then transfer out to domainpeg next year. their prices are quiet reasonable. $8.99 for .com, for registration, transfer and renewal also :)
I Normally took me hardly 5 minutes to transfer out a domain from godady to domainpeg. You should try them
Thanks @Mal and @Shahzadqayyum

I have not ever heard of these websites for buying domains but I will have a look on them.

it mostly dependent on extension every domain seller have different different transfer and renew price so if you tell us your Domains extensions we might be able to help you precious

#Cheers
Prefer .com extension but for other TLDs, I don't mind to buy but need to be good price.

extension is important, but it is common practice with godaddy to increase the price every time you are about to renew. Usually .com, .org, .net domains go for around $11 to $12 so you can look for something along those lines, or there might be some promotion going on somewhere, but do it quick before you lose the domain
Yeah I have got some domains at Godaddy and still finding other domain registrars.
 

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Well, I suggest IfastNet you only need to pay 12.99 yearly if your using other domains name on IfastNet that not .com it will be much cheaper.

Thank you.
 

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It generally depends upon which extension you want to renew. Also, make sure you check different domain registrars promotional offer for the renewal which might help you save your big money.

Cheers!
 

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You can renew you domain name when you renew it using a cheap offer. Prices also depeds on your domain authority how much work has been done for your domain.
 
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