Brandable domain name sales week 19.

It was a BIG week for brandable domain name sales which is why I decided to extend the list for this week from the usual 20 sales to almost double that number. As more data is always better I also added a third column by popular demand showing the source of the sale.  This week biggest brandable domain sale is which sold for a cool $127,500 with the help of domain name broker Tracy Fogarty from eNaming. went for $14,99 at auction powerhouse NameJet. The domain name was first registered in 1997 and used to be previously owned by United Airlines as the Continental Airlines frequent flyer program used to be called OnePass. There are and were many other services called OnePass out there such as Google’s payment platform for online news publishers that was shut down in 2012.  It’s a great brandable and I’m sure the buyer will be able to turn this investment into a nice profit over time. Other names I like from this list are Maxify, Omento and OneTrack.

Here’s this week list:

Domain Name Reported Sales Price Where?
1. $127,500 eNaming
2. $20,000 Sedo
3. $19,500 Flippa
4. $15,000 Sedo
5. $15,000 Flippa
6. $14,199 NameJet
7. $10,000 Sedo
8. $8,567 Sedo
9. $6,500 Sedo
10. $6,133 NameJet
11. $5,000 Sedo
12. $4,950 GoDaddy
13. $4,795 Sedo
14. $4,464 Sedo
15. $4,100 Sedo
16. $4,000 Sedo
17. $3,955 Sedo
18. $3,811 NameJet
19. $3,600 NameJet
20. $3,350 GoDaddy
21. $3,400 NameJet
22. $3,000 Sedo
23. $3,000 NameJet
24. $2,999 NameJet
25. $2,995 Sedo
26. $2,769 Sedo
27. $2,700 NameJet
28. $2,600 NameJet
29. $2,500 Sedo
30. $2,500 BuyDomains
31. $2,387 NameJet
32. $2,240 GoDaddy
33. $2,210 NameJet
34. $2,150 NameJet
35. $2,034 Sedo
36. $2,034 Sedo
37. $2,050 NameJet
38. $2,016 NameJet
39. $2,016 BuyDomains

Please do keep in mind that these are the highest sales that have been reported at NameBio et al. This list is meant to help give you insights and is nowhere near complete as many sales are kept private and the major market places specializing in brandable domains do not report their sales. 

If you know of any recent, verifiable brandable domain name sales please do let me know so I can include it in next week’s report.

Doron Vermaat

Doron has over a decade of professional experience in marketing and business development for technology startups in both Europe and Asia. He is the product guy behind domain name management software, Efty and the founder of High West a specialized recruiter for tech and digital talent. In his spare time, he moonlights as a domain name investor. He lives in bustling Hong Kong with his wife Fay, daughter Isla and their rescue dog Pepper.

10 thoughts on “Brandable domain name sales week 19.

  1. Anyone know how to pronounce Not fond of brandables that you cant immediately pronounce without wondering. Envado for $4.8k was a nice sale. I suspect is going to be something like TR Energy Inc. and may not actually be a brandable per-se.

    Great list once more Doron. Thanks!

    1. Ceata is indeed not the best brand if you ask me. might be an upgrade from I also really like the sound of Envado although it looks and sounds a lot like Envato (the company behind ThemeForest and CodeCanyon).

  2. The brandable with z at the end just become another hot item in your list,,,, I found in namebio some other domains are also sold in good price like,,,,,,, etc. I just offered at Ebay for express sale for just 200 $, and your list make me think twice to sell it.

  3. BrandBucket registered both and on July 26, 2006. We all know they sold to the ThemeForest company but they allowed Envado to expire and was purchased in a Godaddy expired auction in 2012. selling at $4,795 is probably more than they sold for. I am sure Envato bought it as a typo and will re-direct.

  4. That’s interesting indeed. I’m surprised they let it drop, but perhaps they didn’t want to offer such a similar name given they use Envato as a client example across their site?

  5. When I register a domain that sounds the same as another spelling I would always register the alternate spelling just like they did but when I sell one of the domains I always include the alternate spelling in the sale out of courtesy. I am very surprised they didn’t do that here.

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