Featured in the  Wall Street Journal · Forbes ·  ABC News · BBC News ·  CNN/Money · MSNBC · Newsweek · USA Today · New York Times · IBD


June 21, 2017

Domain Sales

About Us

YTD Sales Charts

E-Mail Us

The Lowdown

News Headlines




Classified Ads


Pair of 3-Letter .Coms Tops This Week's Domain Sales Chart - One Hits Six Figures

We often talk about the summer doldrums at this time of year - more people are on vacation and activity in the domain aftermarket often slows down. So, this being the official first day of summer it is not surprising to see a relatively low number of sales reported this week, especially in the non .com categories. Even so, every week generates at least a few notable sales and the one just past was no exception with the always reliable 3-letter .coms leading the parade. They produced the top two sales on latest weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart with PEP.com setting the pace after changing hands for $100,000 in a private transaction. 

PEP.com, of course, is not just a 3-letter acronym - it is also a dictionary word which adds a good bit more value, especially when it is one that has a positive connotation like pep does. I would not have been surprised to see this one go a good bit higher as it would make a great brand name for companies in a wide variety of fields.

The runner-up spot went to EPG.com, a domain that drew $50,000 at Sedo, lighting a fuse that saw them go on to sweep 14 of the 20 chart entries including six on the top half of the elite list. 

By Ron Jackson

It was also an overwhelmingly dominant week for the .coms as they claimed every position on the Big Board but two. One exception was Sedo's sale of a ccTLD - #19 Vital.tv - at $7,952. The .com contingent incuded #3 InvestSmart.com ($25,000 in a private transaction), Sedo's sale of #4 Fremdgehen.com at $22,400 and a pair of $20,000 sales at Michael Mann's DomainMarket.com, involving Dalwhinnie.com and DeepCurrent.com, that rounded out the first five. Stu Maloff's sales platform, BrandableBusiness.com, also contributed to the .com cause with #16 (tie) OGUS.com at $8,000.

This was the worst week we've ever seen for non .com gTLDs. Only two sales were reported for the entire category. This group has been sliding in sales volume for several years now but it is still a shock to see the number reported in any given week come this close to zero. Still, one of those two did make the Big Board - #20 TYI.org at $7,488.  

Here is how all of the sales leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, June 18, 2017:

HealthInsurance Services, Inc
eHealthInsurance Services, Inc
eHealthInsurance Services, Inc

The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. June 12, 2017 - Sun. June 18, 2017
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect June 21, 2017)


Sold For

Where Sold
1. PEP.com  $100,000 Pvt Sale
2. EPG.com $50,000 Sedo
3. InvestSmart.com $25,000 Pvt Sale
4. Fremdgehen.com €20,000 = $22,400 Sedo
Dalwhinnie.com $20,000 DomainMarket
DeepCurrent.com $20,000 DomainMarket
7. Voise.com $18,000 Sedo
MyItem.com $15,000 Sedo
T20GlobalLeague.com $15,000 Sedo
10. EssenceGlobal.com £9,000 = $11,430 Sedo

11. Sipoint.com $9,900 Sedo
12. Amedico.com $9,000 Sedo
13. DogNutrition.com $8,999 Sedo
14. EPXT.com $8,687 Sedo
15. TeenDrivers.com $8,200 Sedo
ElementGroup.com $8,000 Sedo
OGUS.com $8,000 BrandableBusiness
Shuswap.com $8,000 Sedo
19. Vital.tv €7,100 = $7,952 Sedo
20. TYI.org $7,488 Logan Flatt/
Uniregistry Market

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 Top Sales Charts

Click Link Below for
The All-Time Top 20 All-Cash Domain Sales Reported By DNJournal.com
 (2003 to Now)