Big discount on Namecheap’s 14th birthday occasion

October, 17th 2014 by |1191 Views 2 Comments

For celebrating the 14th birthday this Oct, Namecheap introduces some impressing discount promotions for thanking their customers. Domain .NET is now just $3.88 for new registration. There are also discount on domain extension.

Namecheap coupon of birthday

Name Cheap coupon for Domain .NET just $3.88/year

Discount for domain extension

On the birthday date – 24/10/2014, you get reduction of $1/domain for whatever domain .COM/.NET/.INFO/.BIZ.

It sounds like a small deal, but this is a rare chance for Namecheap’s loyal customers.

***The valid period of time for this promotion will be from 12:01 am 24/10/2014 till 11:59 pm 25/10/2014.

Discount for new registration on domain .NET

From 15/10/2014 until the end of month, the price for domain .NET will be 3.88$/year  – The cheapest level of price so far. Namecheap limits 10 domains/account.

Press the button bellow to get the Coupon:

This discounted price imposed on first year of new registration is not lasted for long time, so you should take this advantage as soon as possible :)

Discount on New registration/transfer domain .COM

Until the end of this month, when ordering domain .COM through Namecheap iOS App, you will pay just $5.88 for 1 year using new domain.

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namecheap-ios app

Download this app on App Store. For using this App when making payment online, you don’t need to use the coupon to get discount.

Namecheap for student, free domain .ME

Namecheap provide one discount option for student –  1 year using domain .ME, absolutely free for first year.

However, this promotion program is imposed on the universities in CA/USA.

Wish you guys a glad day!

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