We are thrilled to announce that NameJet and Right of the Dot will once again be hosting a live domain name auction at NamesCon 2017. Raise your paddle high because this is the perfect chance to expand your portfolio with ultra-premium domains! The auction, held at the Tropicana hotel on January 23rd between 3pm and 6pm PST, promises to be one of the biggest event at this year’s conference.
Some of the industry’s best .COM and new gTLDs will be up for grabs at the auction. Confirmed names include LEADS.COM, SPORTSCARS.COM, PATTY.COM, STOP.COM, WINECLUB.COM, GOLD.CLUB, SINGLE.COM and E.HOSTING. Also available to the highest bidder is a special super-premium bundle featuring BAR.COM, BAR.NET, CAFES.COM, GRILL.COM, PLACE.COM, PUB.COM SHELTER.COM. There will be an estimated 125 names for the taking at the live auction on January 23rd in Las Vegas, with 300 available in the overall auction which continues online until February 2nd, 2017.
Pre-bidding is now in full swing in preparation for the launch of NamesCon 2017, so make sure to check out NameJet’s page regularly to see what exciting new names have been added to the list. Please note that in order to bid, you’ll need to have a NameJet account and a ticket for NamesCon (get yours here, now). Looking to put your domains up for sale at this year’s auction? Submit your names here (be warned: only ultra-premium domains will be considered).
The last two NamesCon auctions resulted in over $3.5 million in sales. Now, that’s something to get really excited about! Notable domains sold last year included HOMECARE.COM ($350,000) WINE.CLUB ($140,000), TUSCANY.COM ($157,000) and PENIS.COM ($110,000). New TLDs also had their chance to shine — PALEO.DIET sold for $1,700 only hours after being given away.
“The partnership between Right of the Dot and NameJet, combined with the venue of NamesCon gives this domain auction the necessary ingredients for it to continue being the best domain auction in the industry. We are proud to host this auction at NamesCon.” – Richard Lau, NamesCon co-founder