Most Expensive Domain Names Ever SOLD!

Here are super premium domain names sold for more than $1 million.
Please let us know if there are any typos/errors ;)

Sex.com – $14,000,000 – 2005
Fund.com – $9,999,950 – 2008
Porn.com – $9,000,000 – 2007
Business.com – $7,500,000 – 1999 ($150,000 in 1997)
Business.com – Resold for $345,000,000 as complete business
Diamond.com – $7,500,000 – 2006
Beer.com – $7,000,000 – 2004
Casino.com – $5,500,000 – 2003
AsSeenOnTv.com – $5,100,000 – 2000
Toys.com – $5,100,000 – 2009
Korea.com – $5,000,000 – 2000
AsSeenOnTV.com – $5,000,000 – 2000
SEO.com – $5,000,000 – 2007
Clothes.com – $4,900,000 – 2008 *
Bored.com (group of domains & sites) – $4,500,000 – 2008
FreePorn.com – $4,000,000 – 2008
YP.com – $3,850,000 – 2009
Shop.com – $3,500,000 – 2001
WorldWideWeb.com – $3,500,000 – 1996
AltaVista.com – $3,300,000 – 1999
Software.com – $3,200,000 – 2005
HolidayInn.com – $3,000,000 – 1995
eShow.com – $3,000,000 – 1999
Vodka.com – $3,000,000 – 2006
Loans.com – $3,000,000 – 1999
Candy.com – $3,000,000 + (% of revenue) – 2009
CreditCheck.com – $3,000,000 – 2007
Wine.com – $3,300,000 – 1999
Wines.com – $2,900,000 – 1999
CreditCards.com – $2,750,000 – 2005
Tom.com – $2,500,000 – 2000
Dotnology.com – $2,500,000 – 2000
Autos.com – $2,200,000 – 1999
Computer.com – $2,200,000 – 2007
Coupons.com – $2,200,000 – 1999
ePregnancy.com (+ other assets) – $2,150,000 – 2009
Celebrities.com – $2,000,000 – 1999
England.com – $2,000,000 – 1999
Express.com – $2,000,000 – 2000
Telephone.com – $2,000,000 – 2000
Savings.com – $1,900,000 – 2003
Fly.com – $1,800,000 – 2009 ($1,500,000 in 1999)
Seniors.com – $1,800,000 – 2007
Mortgage.com – $1,800,000 – 2000
Auction.com – $1,700,000 – 2009
DataRecovery.com – $1,659,000 – 2008
Branson.com – $1,600,000 – 2006
SolarEnergy.com – $1,650,000 – 2008
Cameras.com – $1,500,000 – 2006
Deposit.com – $1,500,000 – 2000
MarketingToday.com – $1,500,000 – 2005
TandBerg.com – $1,500,000 – 2007
Ad.com – $1,400,000 – 2009
VIP.com – $1,400,000 – 2005
Men.com – $1,300,000 – 2005
Vista.com – $1,250,000 – 2007
Feedback.com – $1,230,000 – 2000
Find.com – $1,200,000 – 2000
Phone.com – $1,200,000 – 2003
Scores.com – $1,200,000 – 2007
Kredit.de – $1,169,175 – 2008
Bingo.com – $1,100,000 – 1999
Mercury.com – $1,100,000 – 2000
Cruises.co.uk – $1,099,798 – 2008
Chinese.com – $1,090,504 – 2007
Rock.com – $1,030,000 – 2000
WallStreet.com – $1,030,000 – 1999
Invest.com – $1,015,000 – 2008
WebCam.com – $1,020,000 – 2009
Beauty.cc – $1,000,000 – 1999
Britain.com – $1,000,000 – 1999
CyberWorks.com – $1,000,000 – 2000
eFlowers.com – $1,000,000 – 2003
Fish.com – $1,000,000 – 2000
If.com – $1,000,000 – 2003
iPhone.com – $1,000,000 – 2007
Sky.com – $1,000,000 – 2003
Topix.com – $1,000,000 – 2007
Vibrators.com – $1,000,000 – 2008
WhiteHouseCrisis.com – $1,000,000 – 2000

Questionable domain sale.

Pizza.com was sold on Sedo auction for $2,605,000 in 2008,
but, couldn’t complete the deal.
Few days later, Pizza.com was finally sold to “National A-1”
for unknown amount.

Juegos.com – There were some rumors that it was sold for
$1 million in 2004 and resold again in 2006 for $10 million.
But, I haven’t seen any confirmed report on any reputable web sites.

Shopping.com sold to ebay.com for $620 million in 2005
which include not just domain, but, entire business, it seems.
References – Forbes.com, BusinessWeek.com and cNet.com

Clothes.com – July, 2009, Amazon paid $928 million for Zappos
and Clothes.com was part of Zappos. Amazon’s SEC filing mentioned
that Zappos paid $4.9 million for Clothes.com Source.


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