I hope everyone enjoyed as much of the Easter Weekend as possible in the current situation that we all find ourselves living within, I haven’t written a Who Owns Them post in a few years the last being Valentine’s post back in 2017 – so I thought why not check out what is happening with these Easter Domain Names, below are the first 5 Easter Domains that I could think of when searching my mind for what could / would I type into google for easter.
Most people nowadays search on Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk for Easter Eggs, Easter Activities and want to create there own Easter Egg Hunt, but what could these domains be used for instead, is there an opportunity for these domain owners to make some additional monies from them during the month March and then switch them back?
Easter.com – Owned by Hallmark Inc, when I check I got that the site was down for maintenance.
EasterEggs.com – Greg McLemore of WebMagic Ventures, LLC, currently forwards to another domain Greg’s company owns Arcade-Museum.com
EasterSunday.com – Scott Day of DigiMedia owns Easter Sunday and has the domain name parked at present.
EasterGifts.com – NameFind / GoDaddy (Ex Frank Schilling Portfolio Domain) still parked at Uni
EasterEggHunt.com – Parked at Uni, Ownership not confirmed.
Did you think of any different domains to the ones above? I know you could go into these types of domains Easter Movies, Easter Blanket, Easter Outfits, Easter Dress Up etc, I do think the best of the bunch naturally is Easter.com and it’s great that an end-user owns it being Hallmark Inc, I can’t see any public record of Easter.com ever being sold if anyone knows how much it went for it lets discuss below.
An early record back in 1998 shows Easter.com was redirected to 0-3.com and the owner then appeared to be NameThing.com
See this snapshot back then you could get 2 Letter.com domains for only $7.5K – WOW!
It then appears around 1999 – The domain changed ownership and forwards to Hallmark.com landing page according to Archive.org history, meaning Hallmark have owned this domain for around 21 years approximately.