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Topic # 132371 19-Oct-2013 21:30
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Dont know if anyone has figured this out yet...

One way to save money with godaddy ( with no spend limit ).

Procedure :

 

  • find a domain
  • add it to cart
  • proceed to checkout
  • Get onto the final screen (last step before it uses your creditcard / paypal)
  • DONT pay for the domain.
  • DONT logout of GoDaddy.
  • Close the browser or website...don't revisit the site until you get the email
  • wait
  • wait some more..
  • you will receive a "Complete your order and save 30%" email.
  • Use the coupon code provided in your email.
Seems like its worked twice this week for me, only purchased 2 domains on separate days.

Would be good to know if this works for someone else.






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  Reply # 917562 19-Oct-2013 22:55
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I would rather not deal with go daddy.




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  Reply # 917564 19-Oct-2013 22:58
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richms: I would rather not deal with go daddy.


Failed to find a decent replacement,suggestions?




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 917566 19-Oct-2013 22:59
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I use first domains for nz, and 101domain for my other extensions.




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  Reply # 917583 19-Oct-2013 23:22
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Or you could google search for godaddy coupon code. I've never paid their advertised pricing and often save in excess of 70%.

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  Reply # 920289 23-Oct-2013 11:46
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GoDaddy has heaps of codes, all easy to find.

They even do a birthday/signup code which ends up being something like "Oct123"  guess what "Nov123" works in November



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  Reply # 920291 23-Oct-2013 11:49
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freitasm: Hmmm. I never use a discount code. Should really look for these...


$1 saving is still alot of money, guess it all adds up






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  Reply # 920292 23-Oct-2013 11:50
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lummie: GoDaddy has heaps of codes, all easy to find.

They even do a birthday/signup code which ends up being something like "Oct123"  guess what "Nov123" works in November


thats crazy, will try that next time.




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  Reply # 920297 23-Oct-2013 11:55
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Before you use that code, the one i Got was BDAYDEC12 i know that BDAYJAN13 worked

But if you look around its easy to get 30% codes.

A while ago they where doing .com domains for $1

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  Reply # 920300 23-Oct-2013 12:00
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RetailMeNot is your best friend for discount voucher codes. For any number of websites, products, and services.  

A quick search on GoDaddy brings up….

http://www.retailmenot.com/s/godaddy

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  Reply # 921614 25-Oct-2013 12:29
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I use name.com for my non-nz domains.
Same prices, lots of discount codes and good CLEAN management.

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  Reply # 921683 25-Oct-2013 14:49
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Name.com looks good I'll have to try that out sometime, I've been using Hover recently for .com's, (will also be coupons around for them)
GoDaddy is pretty good for wildcard SSL certificates etc though and that's where those 30% off vouchers are awesome

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  Reply # 921687 25-Oct-2013 14:54
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I just use Metaname for everything, works well and I don't mind paying a local NZ company a few extra dollars.




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  Reply # 921767 25-Oct-2013 16:11
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they hand out 50% new user discount codes like nobody's business. It is the renewals that they sting you on



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  Reply # 921770 25-Oct-2013 16:17
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khull: they hand out 50% new user discount codes like nobody's business. It is the renewals that they sting you on


if u on referring to godaddy,.....follow the procedure in the first post.





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