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2013.com in Auction on Namejet with No Reserve?

2013.com is hitting the auction block starts with $69 bid and no reserve, What price do you think 2013.com will sell for?

The press release is below.

2013.com And NYE.com To Be Sold In Auction

Bring in the New Year with a Great Investment from FindYourDomain

LOS ANGELES, CA (November 30, 2012) – FindYourDomain.com, a leading premium domain name broker, announced today that 2013.com and NYE.com will be available for acquisition at NameJet.com, an online auction house for domains.  Bidding for 2013.com will run from December 1, 2012 through December 4, 2012 with a $69 starting bid and no reserve price, so the high bidder will secure ownership upon payment. NYE.com will be up for auction from December 16, 2012 through December 19, 2012.

The domain names 2013.com and NYE.com are memorable, have strong branding potential, and offer competitive advantages for online businesses promoting pre and post-New Year’s events.  New Year’s Eve is the biggest night of the year around the world and the internet is being used more frequently to book reservations and plan out New Year’s events. Just last week, on November 24th 2012 the domain name 1988.com sold for $20,499 on NameJet.com, showing that even older YEAR.com domain names have significant value.

“This is a great opportunity for businesses with lengthy New Year’s related domain names to acquire a domain that is shorter and easier to remember,” said FindYourDomain Marketing Manager Tom Salbego. “NYE.com and 2013.com offer the unique opportunity to capture a huge volume of traffic and increase profitability. Whether you are a party planner, an event promoter, or in the New Year’s resolution business, these two domain names will make you stand out from the competition.”

You may visit www.nye.com or www.2013.com to view the auctions and find out more information. In order to participate in the bidding, you must sign up for a free NameJet account.   Bids over $2,500 require a verified account: http://www.namejet.com/Pages/VerifiedBidding.aspx

About the Author

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

2 Comments on "What Price will 2013.com sell for on Namejet with No Reserve"

  1. the domain name howtoblog.com sold out for somewhat $900 yesterday at dynadot.

    I think that is way too much price for these domain name.

    I was just watching these domain name to buy for approx $200 to at-most $300 max.

    But it went for $900.

    What do you think Robbie,is it fair price for these domain name.

    Just want your views on how much is it worth.
    Will its buyer get anything more for these domain name Anyday.

    My bet is No.
    Whats your bet.

    Please share your precious views

    • Thanks for your comment a little off topic but HowToBlog.com seems like an ok price, if built out it could be sold for more in the future.

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