According to Dailymail.co.uk, the domain name Holiday.com is going to be auctioned off at the World Travel Market, a conference for the international travel industry at London Excel on November 5.
According to unnamed “experts” the domain is about to “become the priciest domain name in history as it is auctioned for an estimated £20 MILLION”
Of course that is 20 Million British Pounds which equates to over $33 Million dollars at today’s exchange rates.
The story goes on to say the domain is owned by Breathe Luxury Limited and the domain is 16 years old.
According to Estibot the highest sale of any domain with containing the word Holiday was GolfHolidays.com which sold in March, 2011 for either $80,790 or $50,000 (Estibot has the domain selling on Sedo on the same day for two different amounts), golfholidays.co.uk which sold for $36,685 in 2011, holidays.mobi sold for $22,500 in 2008 and beachholiday.com sold for $19,888 in 2007.