Most domain name registrars will change the price of domain name renewals according to market fluctuations, that is why the cost of renewing at the time you register the domain name is may different than when you renew it. So if you are own many domain names from different registrars around the world, sometimes you will want to know the up-to-date renewal price of these domains for having the next plan with them.
So in this post, I will list the links to renewal price pages of popular domain registrars in the world that I thought it might be helpful to someone. I will try to update to the list as many links as I can, let help me and others by share the renewal price page from any other registrars you can find.
The Complete Links To Domain Renewal Pricing Pages
(CTRL+F on Windows or Command+F on a Mac to search for a registrar)
(Use namecheap promo code for renewals for better savings)
(Save your money with godaddy renewal codes.)
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That’s all ‘popular’ links to help you know the pricing for renewal at domain registrars that I know and use. You can also suggest any other link that you think it will help someone, just share it via the comment form.
In the bottom line, I just want to share with you my experience when I buy a domain name. That’s right after I purchased the domain, I will look around on registrar’s domain control panel to find the auto-renew feature, and turn it off. In my opinion, that feature will be helpful in case you only have a few domain names, but if you have a few dozen or a few hundred domain names, it will make your credit card run out of money very quickly because you will only know your domain renewal cost after the transaction is completed.
Hope can help 🙂