New Domain Name? Use GoDaddy Discount Codes

The average domain name is fairly inexpensive, not more than $10 – $30 per year, depending on your domain registrar. But as you buy more and more domain names, you will find that it can quickly become a very expensive habit. Fortunately, costs can be kept to a minimum by doing the following three things:

  1. Choose the right registrar. GoDaddy, our preferred domain registrar, offers some of the cheapest domain registration prices on the web!
  2. Buy domain names in bulk. Bulk domain registration prices are typically cheaper and also enable you to obtain free addons such as private registration.
  3. Use discount codes to take advantage of active promotions. Currently, GoDaddy domain names are priced at $9.99 per year for .com domains. If you use a discount code, you can reduce that price to as little as $6.99. And if you purchase any other GoDaddy products, you can register a domain name for just 99 cents!

GoDaddy Cheap Domain Discount Codes

Here are a few GoDaddy discount codes for domain names. To use the following codes, just type them into the promotion field during checkout.

  • $0.99 .info domains – Current Promotion!!! (no code necessary)
  • $1.99 domain with Every Non-Domain Purchase (no code necessary)
  • $6.99 domain – Code: yhkw105a
  • $7.49 domain – Codes: OYH3, promo749, or chill3 (the first code should work on domain name renewals)

(A 20 cent ICANN fee will also be assessed for all domain name registrations.)

Looking for Domain Name Ideas?

Yesterday, Alex at Blogsessive released yet another of his super-tempting domain name lists. And while the most versatile domains were quickly registered by eager bloggers, there are still a few great picks left on his current and past lists. So, head over and take a look.

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35 Responses to “New Domain Name? Use GoDaddy Discount Codes”

  • stratosg February 16, 2009 at 3:54 pm

    godaddy is my registrar and i am ready for some renewals :) so thanks!

  • binaryday February 16, 2009 at 9:20 pm

    Really useful information. Though how do you find out these promotion codes?

  • Blogging Tips February 16, 2009 at 11:21 pm

    I’ve been using for all my domains but then GoDaddy seems to be the more popular one though. I suppose they are the granddaddy of domain names, aren’t they?


    • Velvet Blues February 17, 2009 at 2:20 pm

      I’ve never used I just checked them out and their standard domain prices seem to be in the same range as GoDaddy.

      I use GoDaddy just because of their name, they are secure, have regular promotions and excellent support.

  • Nihar February 17, 2009 at 2:41 am

    Are domain names like is for one or two years. it is not for full life time. I was under impression that domain name is purchased only once. but need to pay yearly for hosting it.

    Please clarify.

    • Blogging Tips February 17, 2009 at 3:22 am

      You need to pay for domain renewal each year for as long as you keep the domain active. Just like hosting.

    • Velvet Blues February 17, 2009 at 2:20 pm

      As Yan stated, you do need to keep paying for domains. It’s called a domain renewal.

      Your domain, for example, expires in January 2010. That is when you will have to renew for an additional period of time. (ie. 1-10 years.)

  • Kurt Avish February 17, 2009 at 2:49 am

    Even I buy all my domains at godaddy. I got at $7.50

  • Susan February 17, 2009 at 9:57 am

    Cool list. I got a few from the website listed that I keep in a text document as they keep working. I never pay full price for a domain either!

    RRTV1 – 10% off
    RRTV2 – $5 off orders of $30 or more
    RRTV3 – .COM’s for $7.49

    These work for renewals too which is where it’s really saved me a bundle!

    • Velvet Blues February 17, 2009 at 10:08 am

      Thanks for posting those special offers!

      • Susan February 17, 2009 at 10:11 am

        You are so welcome. It’s important to share the wealth!

      • Susan June 1, 2009 at 7:58 pm

        Indeed, Godaddy offers the absolute best in domain registration and customer service. Many’s the time I’ve phoned them at 4 in the morning and talked to an actual human who assisted me with a website issue!

        In the interest of keeping up to date, my usual list of codes has been updated:
        RRTV5 – 10% off any order not already discounted.
        RRTV6 – $5 off orders of $30 or more
        RRTV7 – .COM for $7.49 (this one is my personal fave)

        It’s just adding to this growing list but I hope it helps other people. We all gotta save where we can these days!

  • Dennis Edell February 17, 2009 at 8:18 pm

    On top of that Godaddy offers refunds within 5 days of purchase…still not sure if other registrars do.

    While we’re on the subject, nowadays anyone paying more then 10 bucks each should be flogged :)

    • Velvet Blues February 18, 2009 at 1:01 am

      Indeed. I am still shocked that some registrars have higher prices, and even more shocked that people are paying these prices.

      Have you gotten a refund on a domain name?

      • Dennis Edell February 18, 2009 at 3:06 pm

        I sure have; refunded a few times.

        I suffer from terminal gunghoism. I get the idea, think up a name and buy it. Then a day or two later, several better names pop into my head. Oops. Yep, refunds are my friend. :)

        • Velvet Blues February 21, 2009 at 5:33 pm

          Wow. Well, I have never refunded. But now that I know how easy it is, I might start buying domain names a little more freely.

          You know, I’ve heard that a lot of people make big sums of free money by regularly refunding domains. ie. They register a domain, throw on some advertising, refund it a few days later and keep the loot. This way, they never pay registration fees but do get to take advantage of affiliate advertising.

  • Ben Pei February 18, 2009 at 7:44 am

    Does it work for renewal as well? Thinking of buying my name as domain. How does that sound Shirley?

    • Velvet Blues February 18, 2009 at 10:20 am

      Yes, above next to the codes, I do mention when one works for renewals. As for your name, that’s always a good idea. It’d be annoying if someone scooped it up and used it for slander… That’s my biggest fear, and why I own my name. :-)

  • Blogging Tips February 21, 2009 at 6:26 pm

    Domain refund? Now that’s new to me. Well, I’m not too sure if allows one to do so. I’m gonna check though…..

    By the way, Shirley, what’s this domain for adsense? Any idea?

  • Dennis Edell February 21, 2009 at 7:05 pm

    Remember you only have 5 days.

    Yea, MFA junkies used to do that. Test it for adsense; if it didn’t garner the results they wanted, they’d just refund. The powers at Godaddy actually swiped some accounts that were obvious…100 or so at a time.

    @Yan – If you find does refund, let me know on this post…

  • david April 17, 2009 at 11:04 pm

    Here are some GoDaddy codes that are not expired and is working great for me….

    Wallet30 takes 30% off all .com renewals and all new .com registrations.

    Wallet22 takes 20% off any order over $50

    Wallet11 takes 10% off any order.

    CHH3 = 30% off all .Com Renewals and New Registrations

    CHH2 = $5 off purchases over $30

    CHH1 = 10% off any order. This one is good for web mail and hosting

  • Melva Bolden May 28, 2009 at 1:19 am

    Since you mentioned godaddy, I’ll also provide some recent results for Godaddy coupon codes. Most of these discount coupons listed in your post will be expired.

    I am a .NET Programmer, and these completely verified godaddy discounts can be extremely useful when buying or renewing a domain. Use Godaddy promo code ZINE7 for $7.49 .com domains and renewals. I save about $10 every time I purchase from go daddy. When You buy at least five domain names, I also get free private registration when I use ZINE7.

    For other promo code coupons, use ZINE5 for 10% off, ZINE6 for $5 coupon any purchase of $30 or more, and ZINE25 for $25 off any purchase of $100 or more, like hosting plans.

    These godaddy promo codes are current, working, and non expiring til july 2010. Hope these Godaddy coupon codes save just as much money for the other blog subscribers as they have for my projects. Keep up the good work! – Melva from Burlingame, CA.

  • SARA12212 June 3, 2009 at 7:08 pm

    Use these brand new June 2009 codes to save big!

    dsc5 :10% off

    dsc7 : $7.49 .com

  • elise June 5, 2009 at 3:57 pm

    I use the ‘fitness’ series of godaddy discount codes and they work so I save cash every time I buy or renew my domains! Check them out:

    fitness5 – 10% off your order
    fitness6 – $5 off your order over $30
    fitness7 – and pay $7.49 for any .COM Domain Name from

    Expiration 3/31/2010

  • muphard August 28, 2009 at 9:35 am

    Most of the codes ending in 1, 2 or 3 have expired. Thankfully, there are replacements so I thought I’d share the ones I haev:

    MTECH8 or EMMA7 for 10% off your order
    MTECH9 or EMMA8 for 20% off $50 or more
    MTECH10 or EMMA9 for 30% off .com domains (and it works on renewals)
    They don’t expire till July 2010 and have no limitations on how much they can be used

    Plus MTECH25 or EMMA25 for 25% off $100 or more, but these expire end of August 09, so use them quick!

  • Bill September 8, 2009 at 6:21 pm

    thanks for providing the most comprehensive list of Godaddy discount codes.. this saves our money most of the times :)

  • Tom@Global Domain Hosting September 10, 2009 at 10:02 am

    I’ve very recently purchased godaddy product with a great discount.Now it’s offering domain names at just $1.99 instead of $9.99 for every non-domain product purchase.So a saving of $8 per domain. To host my domains I use JustHost hosting it’s $3.95/month

  • Matt November 25, 2009 at 10:48 am

    Here are a few more I regularly use

    CWM1: 10% off
    CWM2: $7.49 .com’s
    CWM3: $5 off $30
    CWM4: 20% off 1-2-3 yr hosting
    CWM5: 15% off $75
    CWM6: $10 off $40
    CWM7: $7.49 net/biz/org’s

    Anyone have a code for dedicated servers?

  • amymac March 10, 2010 at 2:26 pm

    new 2010 Godaddy Discount Codes!

    Fitness8 – Saves 10% off your Order
    Fitness9 – Save $5 off your order over $30
    Fitness10- and pay only $7.49 for any .COM Domain Name
    FIT20H1 – 20% off hosting plans

  • muhammad iqbal January 25, 2011 at 2:42 am

    yep, fasthosts and ukreg stink and so does their customer support. Our domain expired and even though we updated out payment details it took numerous phone calls (waiting on hold for hours) to their support desk for them to take payment and update our acount. Over 3 days the domain was down, but the worst thing about it was ukreg/fasthost automatically change the domain name servers to an advertising site.
    I cant comment if this is normal practise but I do think it is a little naughty.

  • PriyaMehta August 25, 2011 at 4:06 am

    Registering for a domain is one of the most basic aspects of developing a site, yet at the same time, it can be vital to a site’s success. If ranking high on search engines such as Google is of high priority, then it would be advisable to register an “exact match domain”.


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