How does your registry expired auctions work?
The domain's listed are provided by our registry partners for Dynadot customers to acquire through an auctioning process. Each individual domain auction runs for 10 days total, with the auction period being extended by 1 hour if the domain auction receives a bid within the last hour. The highest bidder wins the domain name once the auction period concludes, with the domain going into the winner's account once the payment for the auction has successfully been processed.
What are the requirements to place a bid?
To place a bid
, you'll require a $100 account credit deposit for each domain you place a bid on. If 2% of the auction's price is greater than $100, you'll be required to pay a 2% deposit instead. Use account prepay
to add account credit.
Does the account credit deposit get returned to my account once the domain auction has successfully been paid for?
The deposited account credit used to place the bid will be returned to your account once the domain auction payment has been complete, or immediately if you're outbid.
What is the payment period for the registry auctions?
You will have 10 days to pay for any domains won through our registry expired auctions.
What happens if I win the domain but don't complete the payment for the domain name?
Any domains that are won but do not successfully receive payment forfeit the $100 or 2% account credit deposit spent on the auction bid placement.
Are there runner up winners for the registry auction?
There are no runner up winners for our registry auctions. Should the domain not successfully be purchased upon completion of the auction's payment period, the domain will be re-auctioned in the next month's registry expired auction pool.
When is the expiration of domains acquired through your registry expired auctions?
Domains acquired through this auction will have at least 1 year until expiration.