Code.co.uk Sells For £18K Making it The Highest Priced .Co.UK Sale of the Year

Code.co.uk just sold privately for £18,000 making it the  highest .co.uk domain name sale in 2012.

The current DnJournal.com report shows CouponCodes.co.uk selling for $22,000 which was the previous highest sale for this year.

£18,000 converts to almost $28K USD

The seller of the domain is Richard Kershaw  and his company Qualitynonsense.com.

In addition to being a domainer, Mr. Kershaw is a developer whose current project is wish.co.uk

Nice sale congrats to the buyer and seller.

Comments

  1. Louise says

    Single, meaningful, brandable dot coms, or, in this case, .co.uk, which is the UK equivilent of dot com in the US, bring the value. Just noticed the headline,

    Path Announces $30M+ Round Of Funding, Investors Include Sir Richard Branson

    It has to be the domain, Path.com. That gives the business all the credibility. It has a nicely-designed site, good concept, but Path already made a mistake to allow contacts to be viewable to advertisers, for which the founder apologized. It’s like, Cloud.com, had a part in imparting the value to its owner company.

  2. Rob says

    Its not the highest .co.uk sale in 2012. It maybe the highest public sale, or highest you have been aware of, but there have been a fair few £18k or higher ones – even a 6fig one that is commonish knowledge.

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