Dynadot's 25 Days of Holiday Coupons!
Well it seems the holidays are officially upon us. I've been trying to ignore it since I saw the first Christmas decorations out in August - yes, August! But since tomorrow is December 1, I guess it's time to give in and get ready for snow (just kidding we don't get snow!), egg nog (except really who drinks that stuff anyway?), mistletoe (just be careful who you stand under it with), holiday cheer (unless you're spending the holidays with your family), and, of course, holiday savings (now we're talking)! After all, the holidays are really about great sales, right America?
So this year, no matter what holiday you may be celebrating this season - Ashura, Bodhi Day, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, the End of the World, etc - now you have 25 reasons to celebrate your holidays with Dynadot! Here's a taste of the holiday coupons to come:
December 1: Prepay $10 and we give you $5*
Use code 1PARTRIDGE before 12/1/12 23:59 PDT
December 2: Transfer your .ORG for just $7.75
Use code 2DOVES before 12/2/12 23:59 PDT
December 3: Take $1 off 1 year .TV Renewals
Use code 3HENS before 12/3/12 23:59 PDT
December 4: 1 year .IM registrations are just $7.50
Use code 4CALLBIRDS before 12/4/12 23:59 PDT
December 5: 10% off .NET 1 year registrations
Use code: 5GOLDRINGS before 12/5/12 23:59 PDT
But that's only 5?!? I thought you said 25? Stay tuned! We'll be announcing each coupon daily on our social media pages, so you'll have to check in with us there to see all 25 of our coupon specials. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, so you don't miss any coupons! And on Facebook we recommend adding us to your interest lists by going to our page and clicking this button:
Now, we understand that if you're celebrating the end of the world this year, you'll only get 21 coupons. But don't worry about it - 4 less coupons are the least of your worries. As for everyone else, we wish you an absolutely fantastic holiday season and a spectacular new year! See you in 2013...maybe.
*Code 1PARTRIDGE can only be used once per account.
This post was written by Robyn Norgan, who is looking forward to officially welcoming the holidays by watching Miracle on 34th Street (the original 1947 version of course) with her family, an annual Christmas tradition. What are your holiday traditions? Share them in the comments!