Spreadsheet.com expires – currently listed for $15

September 9, 2009

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Just noticed that Spreadsheet.com expired and is being auctioned off on  GoDaddy Auctions.   Current bid is $15 with the auction ending in 10 days.  Thought it might be a mistake, but the parked page shows that the name is with GoDaddy and expired on 8/15/09.

Should be an interesting one to follow since SpreadSheets.com sold last year for $25,000 at the Traffic/Rick Latona auction.

One thing to remember: Since GoDaddy expired auctions work differently than NameJet/Snapnames, the auction winner is not guaranteed the name, since the owner can still renew the name for a week or so after the auction takes place.

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admin 09.09.09 at 12:50 pm

Update: In the last half hour (since I tweeted post), there are now 11 bids with a high bid of $505.

John 09.09.09 at 1:15 pm

I wouldn’t doubt the bids will runaway to a ridiculous amount as it may get renew by the owner anyway if it hits high numbers and/or hit the news. So bidders might just have fun with it lol

admin 09.09.09 at 10:36 pm

Looks like the domain was renewed. Before the auction was closed, over 25 bids were received with a high bid of over $1100.

Domaininator 09.09.09 at 10:58 pm

Hopefully whoever renewed the domain is following this blog. Now they have an idea of what they could sell the domain for.

Ed Muller 09.10.09 at 7:27 am

I have seen namejet reward names back to clients as well – icann has a very low opinion of the pre-release market so we’re always technically at risk in these auctions (but at least we get our money back!).

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