Categorized | Domain Name Auctions Fetches $135,800 at NameJet,’s Reserve Wasn’t Met

Posted on 25 July 2011 by Andrei

After 443 bids from 370 bidders, the reserve ended up being met and fetched $135,800 (three people placed bids which exceeded the reserve). received a high bid of $30k but its reserve wasn’t met . These two are NOT expired domains, they were listed by a domain investor and both had a reserve.,, and are 4 other examples of domains which are being auctioned by a domainer at NameJet, these auctions are just around the corner. Oh and I’m sure most of you already know that and have been sold by the same person at NameJet a short while ago.

8 Comments For This Post

  1. Nick Says:

    One of the best real estate domains, so many uses.

    Im not surprised at the price.

  2. reserve Says:

    since when does namejet have reserves??

  3. Andrei Says:

    @reserve: these weren’t “regular” NJ auctions. The two domains didn’t expire, they were listed by their owner.

  4. Xdreamer Says:

    Hard to say if it’s a end user price or not but congrats to the buyer and seller.

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    I wonder what that makes my worth? Lol.

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