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Cheapest TLD Guide — The List of Cheapest Domains

This is a comprehensive list of the most cheap (TLD) top level domain names and registrars that maintain these low prices. This does NOT include domains that have cheap one year registration only. This is the real deal.


Update – Cheapest Domains of 2016 available at Namesilo.

Names $1.89/year for Register, Renewal & Transfer. (Tip! First time orders: Use coupon code ‘smartdom1‘ and receive $1 off.)

  • .accountant
  • .bid
  • .cricket
  • .dating
  • .download
  • .faith
  • .loan
  • .party
  • .racing
  • .review
  • .science
  • .stream
  • .trade
  • .webcam
  • .win

Cheapest TLD

These are inexpensive to register for multiple years with constant pricing. Although some might be even cheaper when registered for multiple years.

Country Code TLDs: ccTLD

  • TLD: .com.de
  • Cost: $4.88/year
  • Registrar: Namecheap
  • TLD: .co.in, .net.in, .org.in, .ind.in
  • Cost: $6.40/year
  • Registrar: Crazy Domain

Generic TLDs: gTLD

  • TLD: .work
  • Cost: $4.88/year
  • Registrar: Namecheap
  • TLD: .accountant, .bid, .cricket, .date, .download, .faith, .loan, .men, .party, .racing, .review, .science, .trade, .webcam, .win, 
  • Cost: $4.88/year
  • Registrar: Uniregistry

This is an ongoing list, with more super cheap domains added over time..

Last updated: August 20th 2016.

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    • Thanks. The whole idea behind the first year offers is that it becomes more expensive in the long run. Usually by selling add-ons (GoDaddy is a master at this) and renewal up-charges, some have even hidden fees. Crazy Domains has constant low pricing.

      • I do understand that some use this to get new customers. It’s just that they are not thinking about retention that much. A big chunk of new customer’s leave / transfer before the Domain is expired due to the renewal charge they are going to get. Thank you for showing this list. Kudos!

    • Thanks for the suggestion – the list is still in it’s baby steps. I had a look and indeed there was some registrars offering ridiculously low 90 RUB (Russian Rouble) pricing. What I am not excited about is that you need to submit your passport details to register and there is no support for private whois. Some companies seem to “do the registering for you”, (and doesn’t come cheap) which sounds like a really bad idea.

      I’ll just leave the research to those interested on this one! 🙂