Top 10 Best Domain Marketplaces to Sell your Domain Names
In the previous article, I’ve introduced to you guys about top 10 best domain registrars to purchase your domain names from. Today, in this article, I’m going to show you the list of top 10 best domain marketplaces where you can sell your domains affordable and easy
- Top 10 Best Domain Marketplaces 2019 to Sell your Domain Names
- Other useful Domain Name Marketplaces you can join
Top 10 Best Domain Marketplaces 2019 to Sell your Domain Names
|Godaddy||$4.99/yr||10% – 20% ($15 minimum)|
|Flippa||$15||5% – 15%|
|Sedo||$0||10% – 20%|
|NamePros||$5 – $10/mo||0%|
|Efty||$4 – $19/mo||0%|
|eBay||$0 – $24.95||10%|
|BrandBucket||$0 – $100||30%|
1. Godaddy Auction
Godaddy Auction is one of the useful functions of Godaddy registrar to help their customers buying and selling domain names in the easiest way. To join into this marketplace, you need to pay a small membership fee $4.99/year. This membership allows you to bid and purchase domain names as well as list your domains for sale for free. Your fee listings include
- Making an Auction with 7-day public
- Setting a BIN price (Buy It Now price)
- Accepting or rejecting the offers from buyers as well as offer a new Counter.
The Godaddy commission depends on your domain sale price. If the domain was sold for a price below $5,000 then the commission is 20% ($15 minimum). If the sale price is from $5,001 – $25,000 the commission is $1000 + 15% of amount over $5,000
If you’re a buyer, there are no fees when you win a bid except a 1-year renewal fee for the Expired Domains Auctions and Value Priced Names purchasing. If the original domain owner has decided to renew or reclaim then you are entitled to a full refund.
2. Flippa Marketplace
Flippa is one of the most popular domain marketplaces in the world now. They’re the place to buy and sell not only domains but also online businesses such as websites, apps, SaaS, and Amazon FBA. Currently, there are more than 2 million open listings on Flippa with 200+ million dollars on overall sales.
To join this marketplace and list your domains for sale, you need to pay a small listing fee $15/month regardless the types of business. Flippa charges a 5%-15% commission called success fee for every listing you sold successfully, as the table below
|When you sell
|$1m to $5m+||$500K to $1m||$1 to $499K||Broker partner|
3. Sedo Marketplace
Sedo is a great place for buying, parking, and selling your domain names. They offer many services for buyers and sellers such as free registration, free transfer service, free parking, etc. Sedo also allows you to list domain names for sale for free. You just pay them a commission whenever the domain was sold successfully. The commission of the successful sale depends on the type of listing and TLD you made.
Below is the table of commission percentage you need to pay to Sedo when you have a sale
|Parked & Buy Now Domain Sale||10%|
|Buy Now & Make Offer Domain Sale||15%|
|Domain Auction Sale||15%|
|SedoMLS partners Domain Sale||20%|
If you’re a buyer and you have bought a domain via Buy Now price or Domain Auction, you don’t need to pay any fees or costs besides the price of the domain.
4. NamePros Forum
NamePros is the world’s leading and biggest domain name forum nowadays. Currently, they have over 1+ million members with over 1+ million threads and 6+ million posts. The NamePros membership is free for everyone who wants to join in this community. Also, as a free member, you are allowed to create up to 2 active domain listings for sale. If you want to list more, you need to upgrade your account to the Supporter or Business account.
NamePros doesn’t charge any fees or commissions on your successful domain sales.
5. NameCheap Marketplace
NameCheap is one of the most popular domain registrars as well as web hosting too. Currently, they’re having more than 2 million customers and more 5+ million domain names under management. If you’re a customer at NameCheap and having domain names on them, you can list your domains with a fixed price for sale totally at no any cost.
6. Efty Website
Efty is a domain management platform to help domainers as well as domain investors to manage their domain portfolio in an easy way. They have provided domain investors tools to keep track of the sales and traffic. One of the best features on Efty is to allow users to create their own domain name marketplace website in just a few minutes. You can also customize the marketplace theme, text, logo to make it more professional.
Below is the price of 3 packages offering by Efty
|Basic||$4/month||Up to 50 domains|
|Growth||$7/month||Up to 1500 domains
|Professional||$19/month||Up to 5000 domains
7. eBay Marketplace
eBay is one of the biggest marketplaces in the world for selling anything. They have a small section for domain name listing for an auction or a fixed price. If you’re a buyer, you don’t need to pay them any fee, just simply register a free account and buy the domain you want. However, if you’re a seller, you are allowed to list up to 50 free listings with a free account. If you have hundreds or thousands of domain names want to sell, you should buy an eBay Store subscription, the price is from $19.95/mo with a yearly subscription
|Subscription Fee||Basic Store||Premium Store||Anchor Store|
|Monthly (With Yearly subscription)||$19.95||$59.95||$299.95|
eBay will charge you a 10% commission as a final fee on each listings successful sold. This percent is changed on the total amount of the sale by category.
8. BrandBucket Website
Brandbucket is one of the most popular marketplaces to buy and sell brandable domain names. This marketplace is designed to focus on domain names that are unique, brandable, hand-picked as premium domains.
You cannot list your domain names for sale by yourself. All domains must be verified and approved by the BB team manually. BrandBucket will charge a commission 30% of your successful sale. I think this rate is a bit high compared to other marketplaces
9. Above Website
Above is a website applying technology to their platform to help domain investor maximize their revenue. Above.com has focused to include a Registrar, Marketplace, and Brokerage service. If you have the listing sold successfully, you need to pay 10% commission on the sale price and free escrow service.
10. SnapNames Website
SnapNames is also a popular domain name marketplace nowadays. They’re now a web.com company offering a selection of over 30 million domain names annually at reasonable prices. If you’re a seller, SnapNames offers you some options for getting your domains to marketing such as Showcase Auctions, Live Auction Events or The Domain Brokerage.
Other useful Domain Name Marketplaces you can join
Besides the Top 10 best domain registrars I’ve introduced to you in the previous article. You can use these best domain marketplaces to acquire your desired domains. All of them are easy to use and have useful support for buyers. You don’t need to pay any fees or costs as well as receive the free transfer to your favorite domain registrar after making a purchase successfully.
Good luck to you,