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88888.com Changes Hands in One of the Year's 20 Biggest Transactions to Top This Week's Domain Sales Chart

When you first see 88888.com you might think someone has a button stuck on their keyboard, but there is gold in those numbers - and a lot of it. $245,000 worth to be exact, the figure DomainNameSales.com was able to get in the biggest sale reported this past week. It also ranks among the 20 biggest sales reported so far this year.

We also saw one  of the year's five biggest non .com gTLD sales this week when Sedo sold 3DPrinter.net for $60,000. That was good enough for the #2 spot on our latest all extension Top 20 Sales Chart. Sedo also claimed the #3 slot with Routes.com at $50,000. DomainNameSales rounded out the first five with #4 Novio.com ($45,000) and #5 Preggers.com ($40,000) and they wound up having a hand in 12 of the 20 chart entries.

Sedo also had a big week, scoring a half dozen times with a roster that included the week's biggest ccTLD sale (and the only one to make the Big Board), #14 Mozart.co at $21,000.  

By Ron Jackson

Two other venues had multiple chart entries. Michael Berkens's MostWantedDomains.com hit the Daily Double with #6 TheResouce.com at $35,000 and #17 LoveToDream.com at $18,888. Go Daddy/Afternic also rang the bell twice, working with DomainNameSales to move #9 (tie) HeritageHome.com for $25,000 and #18 (tie) RealEstateSecrets.com for $17,000.

The non .com gTLDs added a second chart entry with Sedo's sale of #11 BIX.net at $23,850, but the .coms vacuumed up everything else, sweeping 17 of 20 the chart entries, including Sedo's $34,000 sale of #7 Blabbermouth.com.

 Here is how all of the sales leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, Nov. 24:

The DN Journal Top 20 
Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Nov. 18 2013 - Sun. Nov. 24, 2013
Euro/Pound to Dollar Conversions (€/£ to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Nov. 27, 2013

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. 88888.com $245,000 DomainNameSales
2. 3DPrinter.net $60,000 Sedo
3. Routes.com $50,000 Sedo
4. Novio.com $45,000 DomainNameSales
5. Preggers.com $40,000 DomainNameSales
6. TheResource.com $35,000 MostWantedDomains
7. Blabbermouth.com $34,000 Sedo
8. WonderfulWorld.com $32,500 DomainNameSales
9.
tie
Financed.com $25,000 Sedo
9.
tie
HeritageHome.com $25,000 DomainNameSales/
Go Daddy/Afternic

11. BIX.net $23,850 DomainNameSales
12. SouthHill.com $23,000 DomainNameSales
13. CambridgeHomes.com $22,000 DomainNameSales
14. Mozart.co $21,000 Sedo
15.
tie
Bener.com $20,000 DomainNameSales
15.
tie
MiWifi.com $20,000 DomainNameSales
17. LoveToDream.com $18,888 MostWantedDomains
18.
tie
BKON.com $17,000 Sedo
18.
tie
RealEstateSecrets.com $17,000 DomainNameSales/
Go Daddy/Afternic
20. IRATransfer.com $16,000 DomainNameSales

Keep in mind that these are the highest value cash only sales that have been reported to us in the past week. This column is meant to be an educational tool, not a complete list documenting ALL high value domain sales. Such a list is impossible to produce because many sales are kept private at the insistence of buyers, sellers or both. Our procedure for verifying the accuracy of domain sales reports is available here.

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were 18 more five-figure .com sales off the chart. Go Daddy/Afternic sold AtlasLogistics.com and Zample.com for $15,000 each and also picked up $11,610 for TheKingdom.com and $10,000 for DYAD.com

Sedo sold NutritionAcademy.com for $15,000, Dropz.com for $14,000 and Instal.com for $13,600. They added $10,000 apiece for four others - HoldYourFire.com, Lakeland.cn, Voog.com and VPAL.com

DomainNameSales kept pace with ElectroStimulation.com at $15,000 and three others; DinnerwareSets.com, Guizhou.net and Yunna.net, at $13,000 each. Another trio, ChelseaHotels.com, SongPlus.com and TeeGold.com chipped in another $12,000 apiece

.Com Supporting Cast

Go Daddy/Afternic led the .com supporting cast of four-figure sales with a trio of $9,999 sales that included DeckTiles.com, GlassPartitions.com and Pavlus.com. 3DStreamingMedia.com made another $9,950 and 3DPrintingMedia.com drew $7,500.

A quartet including 3DPrintPress.com, Lacondom.com, LiftBrands.com and MediaBeach.com banked $5,000 apiece while IPSP.com posted $4,888 and UnitedNY.com yielded $4,845.

Go Daddy/Afternic had 76 more four-figure .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $4,800 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Go Daddy/Afternic .com Sales Between $2,000 - $4,800
equestria.com $4,800   advanceddevices.com $2,688
lexix.com $4,750 goframe.com $2,665
remarkablogger.com $4,650 partnersforgrowth.com $2,665
fuelone.com $4,519 transbrands.com $2,600
01world.com $4,500 pushcam.com $2,599
touchsurgery.com $4,500 computerrepaircompanies.com $2,588
xi360.com $4,500 transformationinc.com $2,562
workcrews.com $4,188 clearanceshoes.com $2,520
naturalorganicskincare.com $4,088 bandercon.com $2,500
crazylion.com $4,000 fusionmusic.com $2,500
patientbilling.com $4,000 marketresearchstudies.com $2,500
shelvin.com $3,888 mobilegolf.com $2,500
bentleyproductions.com $3,600 rallycarparts.com $2,500
butiq.com $3,500 snaplend.com $2,500
gotflowers.com $3,500 spartanrx.com $2,500
rmotors.com $3,500 therelevancegroup.com $2,500
smallerpores.com $3,488 motorusa.com $2,490
fxrating.com $3,400 operational-excellence.com $2,459
concurra.com $3,388 tikn.com $2,411
rarinc.com $3,288 childpsy.com $2,400
thesubconsciousmind.com $3,250 studentloanlaw.com $2,399
happyatwork.com $3,124 motoramerica.com $2,300
beeremporium.com $3,120 project2.com $2,281
bringinglight.com $3,096 supergadgets.com $2,250
safeguardtechnologies.com $3,088 webcities.com $2,202
nowinstock.com $3,050 3dprintpro.com $2,200
flowcard.com $3,000 asere.com $2,200
radiusresourcegroup.com $3,000 festivalmall.com $2,188
sonomabungalow.com $3,000 newadvisor.com $2,095
teacherchat.com $3,000 galacticmall.com $2,088
walkerengineering.com $2,977 redplus.com $2,077
estatejewelrystore.com $2,975 yourvirtualpa.com $2,067
etherea.com $2,800 premierrooms.com $2,051
id3d.com $2,800 balestier.com $2,000
rollette.com $2,800 livably.com $2,000
multi-shop.com $2,750 marlinbay.com $2,000
crestmountain.com $2,700 quickins.com $2,000
grandbuilders.com $2,700 therapulse.com $2,000

Go Daddy/Afternic also worked with DomainNameSales to move HealthPotion.com for $7,000 and Yurz.com $5,050

Back at Sedo BrokerCapital.com and C-Change.com sold for $9,750 each. DiamondShield.com dusted off $7,500 and CreditConnect.com clicked for $7,344. Skib.com skated to $7,287, Kiano.com collected $6,300 and QuieroViajes.com captured $5,712.

87777.com commanded $5,600, FotoTour.com fetched $5,480 and five others - FlashPool.com, Gamberro.com, HiddenDoor.com, Investomatic.com and Islamitatil.com - sold for $5,000 each.

Sedo had 32 more four-figure .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $4,999 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo.com Sales Between $2,000 - $4,999
lendrs.com $4,999   posly.com $3,060
drillingtools.com $4,710 acquirerealestate.com $3,000
watchcartoons.com $4,500 tailster.com $3,000
xpload.com $4,500 pliq.com $2,720
24win.com $4,079 amishmade.com $2,600
galaxysport.com $4,000 gaye.com $2,568
kromtech.com $4,000 fantasysprings.com $2,516
showmi.com $4,000 cpalink.com $2,500
tryitnow.com $4,000 careerchase.com $2,495
hispanic411.com $3,500 btsync.com $2,448
mailchinp.com $3,500 shoppremium.com $2,395
youcasino.com $3,500 hongyegroup.com $2,295
epilation-laser.com $3,495 famulo.com $2,290
minipos.com $3,400 yupro.com $2,095
goao.com $3,300 flylounge.com $2,000
premiertalent.com $3,077 solaradvice.com $2,000

At DomainNameSales the hit list included LinkTune.com ($8,000), Guyser.com ($6,000) and CRMPartners.com ($5,800). CodeSet.com and Wellstead.com went for $5,000 apiece and TheTOC.com corralled $4,200.

FuelFoods.com wolfed down $4,000, Scalpal.com skidded to a $3,750 stop and BarItalia.com served up $3,000. CustomWindowShades.com closed at $2,501 while Invisiframe.com, MarathonFlorida.com and VictoriaMotors.com rang up $2,500 each. MobileGrid.com generated another $2,000.

Elsewhere AlanAdlari.com sold Istihbarat.com for $9,000, Papatya.com for $3,090 and Ozellikler.com for $2,000.

 Country Codes

Mozart.co made sweet music for the ccTLDs, topping our latest weekly Country Code Top 20 Sales Chart with a $21,000 sale at Sedo. They also moved the runner-up domain - Lakeland.cn for $10,000 - and DomainNameSales rounded out the top three with Jasmin.co at $7,650.

Sedo swept 18 of the 20 chart entries with a roster that included #4 Chef.co at $7,500 and #5 Kasino.fi at $6,800. DomainNameSales posted both of the charted sales Sedo missed as they also  moved #17 Meow.me for $1,700

Germany's .de easily won the extension race with seven chart entries, followed by Colombia's .co with three. Spain's .es and Switzerland's .ch were the only other TLDs with multiple chart entries, landing two places apiece.

Here is how the country code leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, Nov. 24:

Country Code Top 20
 Highest Reported ccTLD  Sales: Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 - Sun. Nov. 24, 2013
Euro/Pound to Dollar Conversions (€/£ to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Nov. 27, 2013

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Mozart.co $21,000 Sedo
2. Lakeland.cn $10,000 Sedo
3. Jasmin.co $7,650 DomainNameSales
4. Chef.co $7,500 Sedo
5. Kasino.fi €5,000 = $6,800 Sedo
6. Pinoy.ph $4,800 Sedo
7. Debugger.de €2,797 = $3,804 Sedo
8. Calzados.es €2,500 = $3,400 Sedo
9. Studio-Line.de €2,268 = $3,084 Sedo
10. SWA.ch €2,121 = $2,885 Sedo

11. Versen-ems.de €1,750 = $2,380 Sedo
12.
tie
Casino-Apps.de €1,500 = $2,040 Sedo
12.
tie
FRG-GMBH.de €1,500 = $2,040 Sedo
14. NHA.ch €1,495 = $2,033 Sedo
15.
tie
Online-Casino.no $2,000 Sedo
15.
tie
Slimming.us $2,000 Sedo
17. Meow.me $1,700 DomainNameSales
18.
tie
ContactosGratis.es €1,200 = $1,632 Sedo
18.
tie
Copyshop-Frankfurt.de €1,200 = $1,632 Sedo
18.
tie
Stuggi.de €1,200 = $1,632 Sedo

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were a few dozen additional four-figure ccTLD sales off the chart led by NetFleet.com.au's  $1,546 sale of OverheadCranes.com.au. BudgetPlanner.com.au added $1,392, CarBrokers.com.au brought $1,281, VinylPlankFlooring.com.au drew $1,146 and Outsourced.com.au delivered $1,046.

Sedo rang up $1,496 each for Bikerland.de and Bordküche.de (IDN). Sedo piled up 16 more four-figure ccTLD sales ranging from $1,000 to $2,700 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo ccTLD Sales Between $1,000 - $1,428
werbewirkung.de $1,428   job-boerse.at $1,240
geberit.al $1,360 e-sigaret.be $1,224
taktgeber.de $1,360 mobielabonnementen.nl $1,224
volkshaus.eu $1,360 mitbewohner.at $1,156
avtech.de $1,359 brazilie.eu $1,088
lxm.fr $1,359 chrome.by.by $1,050
bueroscout.de $1,346 kerzenportal.de $1,020
inc.vc $1,299 lakeland.pl $1,000

Elsewhere, Your.do sold Move.do for $1,100 and SEO.do for $1,000 and DomainNameSales sold Rex.me for $1,000.

If there are country code extensions in our report that you are not familiar with, you can look up the nation each extension goes with here

Non .com gTLDs (.biz, .info, .mobi, .net, .org, .asia, .pro & .tel)

After two straight weeks without a five-figure sale, the non .com gTLDs bounced back with four of them this week, led by one of the year's top five sales in this category - 3DPrinter.net at $60,000 via Sedo. Those four, all .nets, fill the first four slots on our latest Non .Com gTLD Top 20 Sales Chart. 

Find.info rounds out the first five after changing hands for $8,100 at Go Daddy/Afternic. The .nets then took charge again, filling the next five positions to sweep 9 of the week's top ten sales. That .net onslaught included AlanAdlari.com's $7,000 sale of Yay.net.

The .orgs finally got going by taking the first four spots on the second half of the chart and six places overall, but the .nets easily won the extension race with 13 chart entries. Here's how all of the Non .Com gTLD leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, Nov. 24:

Non .Com gTLDs Top 20
 Highest Reported Non .Com Global TLD Sales 
(.Net, .Org, .Biz & .Info) Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 - Sun. Nov. 24, 2013
Euro/Pound to Dollar Conversions (€/£ to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Nov. 27, 2013

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. 3DPrinter.net $60,000 Sedo
2. BIX.net $23,850 DomainNameSales
3.
tie
Guizhou.net $13,000 DomainNameSales
3.
tie
Yunnan.net $13,000 DomainNameSales
5 Find.info $8,100 Go Daddy/Afternic
6. Yay.net $7,000 AlanAdlari
7. Strategy.net €4,999 = $6,799 Sedo
8. Samovar.net $5,588 Go Daddy/Afternic
9. DNAModels.net €3,800 = $5,168 Sedo
10. 3DPrintPress.net $5,000 Go Daddy/Afternic

11. Coin.org $4,000 Go Daddy/Afternic
12. Accademia.org $3,750 DomainNameSales
13. BetterEducation.org $3,388 Go Daddy/Afternic
14. Unified.org $3,300 Go Daddy/Afternic
15.
tie
ClickMe.net $3,088 Go Daddy/Afternic
15.
tie
Kush.org $3,088 Go Daddy/Afternic
17. Sensations.net $3,000 Go Daddy/Afternic
18. Antioch.org $2,900 Sedo
19. Rutgers.net $2,750 Go Daddy/Afternic
20. Macizle.net $2,575 AlanAdlari

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

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There were several more four-figure non .com gTLD sales off the chart led by Go Daddy/Afternic sales of Transformation.org at $2,500 and MES.net at $2,495. GRJM.net notched $1,825, SafeHomes.org secured $1,588 and Kaleo.net called in $1,488.

MyFace.net found $1,199, BlockWatch.org spotted $1,100, AmericanTimes.net ticked off $1,094 and MyIP.info identified $1,000.

Sedo booked $2,312 for SEO-Check.info, $2,200 for Schütt.net (IDN) and $2,000 for RUNR.net. LowTestosterone.org dispensed $1,800, Chen.info chalked up $1,288 and DomainNameSearch.net located $1,249. Epilierer.org provided $1,224, PicMe.net produced $1,100 and two others, PCOS.org and TLDs.info added $1,000 each.

Elsewhere AlanAdlari.com sold Manisa.org for $2,300.

Now that you're up to date on what happened over the past week, check out how the leaders stand year to date in all categories by visiting our Year To Date Charts page

 

*****

As always, we welcome all verifiable sales reports from companies, private sellers or individuals with knowledge of an important sale made through any channel. To contribute information and help make this column better,  just drop a note to editor@dnjournal.com. We truly appreciate the industry leading companies who share their sales information with us to help everyone in the business get a handle on current domain values. 

Every Wednesday we publish the highest reported domain name sales for the previous week. On Mondays and Tuesdays our contributors send us their sales data for the previous 7 days. We then compile that information and write this article to give you the most comprehensive sales report in the industry. 

Editor's Note: If you wish to review previous Domain Sales columns, they are available in our Archive.

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