ChicagoPizza.com Sold for $9,400 USD – Whats your thoughts?

Chicago Style Pizza

The domain name ChicagoPizza.com sold on GoDaddy yesterday for $9,400 USD, What are your thoughts on this domain name?

The domain name was registered back in 1998 and didn’t resolve for many years according to Achrive.org historical records, It was then parked at GoDaddy CashParking for a number of years and now has dropped and been auctioned on GoDaddy for $9,400 USD.

What is Chicago Pizza or Chicago Style Pizza – I do love myself a slice of deep-dish pizza – Do you?

Chicago-style pizza is pizza prepared according to several different styles developed in Chicago. The most famous is the deep-dish pizza. The pan in which it is baked gives the pizza its characteristically high edge which provides ample space for large amounts of cheese and a chunky tomato sauce. Chicago-style pizza may be prepared in deep-dish style and as a stuffed pizza

The domain name ChicagoStylePizza.com is already taken too before anyone heads on over to check it out, registered back in 1997  owned by  The Malnati Organization

So what do you think was $9,400 USD a good buy?

I think it was and there are a number of companies who could take advantage of this great name, it will be interesting to see who acquired on GoDaddy Auctions, I suspect a domain name investor not an end-user but we will know in due course – Congrats to the buyer, I think you got a great name with nice opportunity in for future resale.

Ever wanted to know what domain names Domino Pizza Owns you can check out the full list here.

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Robbie
Robbie Ferguson is an Internet Entrepreneur, Domain Investor, Domain Broker, Blogger and founder of various websites and eCommerce businesses such as ScreenProtectors.co.uk

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