RomneyRyan.com Hits The Auction Block at Flippa With A BIN of $100K

The domain name RomneyRyan.com has hit the auction block at Flippa.com.

The domain was registered in 2010 and is the subject of numerous stories since Mitt Romney named Paul Ryan his running mate.

The auction, which as of publication still has over two days to go, has a top bid of  $5,000, which has not hit the reserve price.

The domain has a buy it now price of $100,000.

Beyond being very opened about his desire to sell the domain, the domain owner Peter Crowley has been baiting the campaign to buy the domain even putting up the tongue in cheek link to Mitt Romney’s tax returns.

The traffic on the domain has gone through the roof since Ryan was announced as the VP pick a week ago Saturday, and is  getting close to ranking inside the top 20,000th busiest site in the US according to Alexa.

On the other hand the domain name Mitt.com is still for sale which only has an Alexa ranking of over 13 Million.

Comments

  1. says

    Bryan Wick:
    Thanks for the explanation, I worked for a little while in Private Banking I remember they used to refer to offshore accounts and other Tax Havens as “creative accounting”.

    Go figure why Romney need a tax break….

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