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Each registry is free to sell its domain the way it wishes, and some do premiums, some do not. It is a very broad subject, it seems to me we covered it also in other parts like How to ensure I always buy an informative domain in the lowest price possible? or Should renewal price of gTLD will always be identical to the price of purchase? (search for "premium")...


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ICANN 60 days rule. Well it's not apply in your case, since the domain is already register 5 year ago (not 60 days ago), and I've assume you've not change any detail from last 60 days. Domain transfer is really easy nowadays, it doesn't require time at all, you can transfer any domain name in only one day, or max two days. Also you can change anything you ...


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Should renewal price of gTLD will always be identical to the price of purchase? No, not in all cases. For at least the following reasons, which is certainly not an exhaustive list: gTLDs are started in phases, starting with a sunrise. Sunrise prices are often higher (but not always, Google Registry has lower sunrise prices than during standard ...


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The pricing of a given domain depends on the registry and the registrars. Most registries have the same price for registration and renewal, but especially with new gTLDs, registries sometimes run promotional sales where first-year registration can be significantly cheaper. Also some ccTLDs have different prices, for example .pl costs 10 PLN to register and ...


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