This promotional pricing is valid for up to two (2), one-year domain name registrations per account, per year with Register.com. Offer valid for the following domain extensions: .com, .net, .org, .info, or .biz extensions (.co also available for additional fee); and generally available domain names and not for any Premium Names. After the first billing cycle, the recurring fee will automatically change to the then current rate and be billed to the credit card or payment method on file.
Current 1-year Domain Renewal Rates: .COM - $31.25 | .NET - $37.50 | .CO - $31.25 | .ORG - $37.50 | .INFO - $12.50 | .BIZ - $40.00
The offer includes a discounted rate of $5.00 for the first year of domain name registration, billed annually. After the applicable promotional period, then current renewal rates shall apply. Offer is not valid on domain renewals.
This service auto-renews. All pricing subject to change at the sole discretion of Register.com. Customer may cancel prior to the end of the promotional period or at any time thereafter by contacting Register.com. Please see our Services Agreement for additional terms and conditions.
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Domain name registration is quick and easy. After searching for the name you want, you’ll receive a list of available options, as well as similar names and recommended alternatives. Once you’ve selected and registered the name and extension you like, it’s all yours.
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Yes! You can buy a domain name once you're ready. It's best to register it as soon as you know what domain name you're looking for to make sure it's available. Then, when you're ready you can select your website builder or have someone build you a site that's associated with the domain.