Quick Poll: Which Of These Domains Priced $50K Or More Will Sell In The Moniker “End of Year Auction”

Moniker.com is holding its end of year action which closes on November 17th at 3:15PM EST and yesterday it released the final list for the online auction.

Here are the domain names that are priced with a stated reserve of $50K or more.

You can pick any three but you need to do so at the same time, and you also have the choice “None will Sell”

As always you can make your predictions below for bragging rights:


ce.com $1MM – $5MM
creditreports.com $1MM – $5MM
floor.com $1MM – $5MM
prime.com $1MM – $5MM
cheyenne.com $500,001 – $750,000
phd.com $250,001 – $500,000
answer.com $100,001 – $250,000
empire.com $100,001 – $250,000
tofu.com $100,001 – $250,000
webmastertools.com $100,001 – $250,000
cheaplaptops.com $50,001 – $100,000
crete.com $50,001 – $100,000
financialmanagement.com $50,001 – $100,000
qx.com $50,001 – $100,000
snare.com $50,001 – $100,000




  1. says

    Crete.com – because at that low price even a Greek can afford it. 😀

    Distasteful joke? Not if told by a Greek person. It’s the same way with Jewish jokes.

  2. Ben Elza says

    Non will sell , the .com era is finished .New , specific tlds and companies’ brands extentions will take over.

  3. says

    They’re all great domains with fair reserves for END USERS.

    Being as domainers will be the audience mainly, I like Answer.com, QX.com and Tofu.com to be sold.

    Don’t think any names over $250K will be sold.

  4. says

    creditreports.com and floor.com are over priced.
    Auctions must start at $100,000 and they take what they get.

    Answer.com will sell is my guess.

    If I had this much money would I buy any.

  5. BrianWick says

    laptops are rapidly only being used by developers now – not consumers.
    Could be that ipads, tables or whatever they are called will take on the name of a second generation laptop – so the term could survive – making it a speculative investment.

    My CheapTablet(s).com will never size up to the laptop term.

    Answer couls be a good buy – but for something more than the saturated search business

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