Dynadot is Now Accepting New TLD Preorders!

Robyn Norgan
Mar 17, 2014

As you (hopefully) know, 2014 is the year of the new TLD. So far, we have already launched over 30 new TLDs from Donuts and we're gearing up to launch many, many more! In fact, you can check out this awesome infographic of the upcoming launch dates of several new TLDs. However, knowing the launch dates is only half the battle because if you want to jump on that perfect new TLD you came up with, you're going to want to get your order in as soon as possible - and now you can with our preorder system!

Now you can officially send in preorders for over 50 new TLDs - and we'll be adding a lot more in the next few weeks and months as more and more new TLDs prepare for launch. Our preorder system allows you to place an order for the domain name you want before that new TLD officially launches. Once you've placed your order, no one else can place an order for that same domain name with us. Then, once the TLD is released we will make every effort to register your domain name first. Although there is no guarantee we will be able to get your domain name, if we don't you will receive a full account credit.

Take $1 off your first preorder with our PREORDER1 coupon code! Coupon is 1 per account.

Don't wait until it's too late! Check out our preorder page to search for your perfect new TLD before someone else does, so you don't have to look like this guy!

Someone Already has the domain I Want! Solve the problem & preorder at Dynadot now! - 90s Problems Meme

Please note that preorders may be cancelled by our system if there is a trademark claim in ICANN's Trademark Clearinghouse. Also, preorders cannot be grace deleted. Finally, some new TLDs have both a launch date and a grab date. In this case, we will attempt to register your domain name on the grab date. This is because the price to register domains during the launch period is much higher. An example of this is Donuts' Early Access General Availability period, which runs for 7 days after launch.

Post by Robyn Norgan