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$17.98/2 Years .COM.AU 2 year registration at godaddy promotion

Discussion in 'Domain News' started by DomainNames, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. DomainNames

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    Godaddy is advertising $17.98 /2 Years .COM.AU 2 year registration
     
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  2. ErezY

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    Keep in mind that they do not have GST so it would be same as paying $19.79 with an Aussie owned registrar. Still a great price!
     
  3. Cooper Mills DomainLawyer

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    is it $AUD or $USD ?
     
  4. DnEbook

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    In the past I have seen many names I know are taken showing up as available at Godaddy, I would check other registrars before clicking "buy now"
     
  5. Scott7

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  6. ErezY

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    Just for you info, if anyone uses a CitiBank credit card, not sure about other cards, even though GoDaddy charges in AUD, CitiBank has a new policy that they still charge international transaction fees for US companies.

    I tried to trick the system and pay godaddy via PayPal with my CitiBank credit card and I still got hit with an international transaction fee even though it was charged in AUD.
     
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