Here are the 25 most expensive domain names publicly reported.
- CarInsurance.com — $49.7 million.
- Insurance.com — $35.6 million.
- VacationRentals.com — $35 million.
- PrivateJet.com — $30.18 million.
- Voice.com — $30 million.
- Internet.com — $18 million.
- 360.com — $17 million.
- Insure.com — $16 million.
What is the most a domain name has sold for?
- LasVegas.com – $90 million (2005-2040) Shares 42. By Jenny Chang.
- CarInsurance.com – $49.7 million (2010)
- Insurance.com – $35.6 million (2010)
- Vacationrentals.com – $35 million (2007)
- Privatejet.com – $30.1 million (2012)
- Internet.com – $18 million (2009)
- Insure.com – $16 million (2009)
- Sex.com – $13 million (2010)
How much can you sell your domain name for?
Realistically a domain name can be worth any amount but most domain names sell for around $5,000 to $20,000 – premium domains, category killers and short domains however can easily command $100,000 or millions depending on a wide number of reasons.
Can I make money buying domain names?
There are many different ways to buy and sell domain names. Many standard domain registrars, such as GoDaddy.com, will facilitate sales via auction. Make an offer sales are well-suited for niche domains that may not have a lot of interest and/or where the exact value of the domain isn’t well known.
Why are some domain names more expensive?
Its cost can be significantly more than a typical domain purchase — anywhere from hundreds to hundreds of thousands of dollars — due to its perceived higher value. The higher price will apply to the initial acquisition of the domain, but it will renew at the regular renewal price for whichever domain extension it uses.