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GoDaddy Auctions® Pricing

We make selling domains easy and affordable.  And that means you make money, fast!  Our commission fees are among the lowest in the industry and our choice between Basic and Premium listings means your domain WILL be found… at a price that works best for your budget.


Annual Membership is £4.01 (excluding taxes)

Your membership allows you to bid and purchase domains on GoDaddy Auctions®, and list domain names for sale for free.

There are no buyer fees , however, a one-year registration renewal fee (from the domain’s original expiration date) is added to the purchase of Expired Domains Auctions and Value Priced Names. If an Expired Domain is reclaimed by the original registrant, the bidder is entitled to a full refund.

Domain Listing Costs

Listing Your Domains For Sale

GoDaddy Auctions Members can list domains for free. Free listings include:

  • accepting Offers from potential buyers, as well as send your own Counteroffer
  • setting a Buy Now Price.
  • starting a 7-Day Public Auction.
When the domain is sold, the GoDaddy commission amount is deducted. The current auction`s commissions are found here: GoDaddy commission rates

Additional Listing Add-Ons
Want even more visibility for your domain? Have it featured on our home page. A Premium listing gives your domain name more visibility in the primary search results.
  • Upgrade to a Premium Listing
    Available for names registered with GoDaddy, ending in .com, .net, .org, or .co
    FREE | See example
  • Feature a Listing on the GoDaddy Auctions® Home Page
    £16.08/listing | See example
  • Set a Reserve Price on the Auction Listing (7 Day Public Auctions only)
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   GoDaddy Auctions® sellers are responsible for ensuring that offered domain names do not infringe on third-party trademarks.