Flippa Friday – Domains Selling On Flippa This Week

Flippa Friday on MorganLinton.com

I used to do a weekly post called Flippa Friday where I would highlight a few notable website sales on Flippa. While Flippa is still focused on website sales, domain sales have become a growing part of Flippa’s business. While .COM always has strong liquidity the Flippa community also definitely appreciates a good .INFO domain.

Below are some of the domains currently selling on Flippa that I think are worth highlighting:

Affiliate.info on Flippa

affiliate.info – $13,700 with 23 bids


H2O.com – $150,000 with 12 bids (reserve not met)

Websites.info on Flippa

websites.info – $18,200 with 91 bids

Scan.info on Flippa

scan.net and scan.info – $3,100 with 6 bids (reserve not met)

Submit.info on Flippa

submit.info – $2,000 with 4 bids (reserve not met)

If you want to see daily Flippa sales make sure to check-out HybridDomainer who does a daily sales recap that includes Flippa domain sales. You can read his recap from yesterday here.

As always I’d love to hear from you, feel free to share any other domain sales on Flippa you’d like to highlight or comment on any of the ones I’ve listed above. Last but not least, Happy Friday, I hope you all had an incredible week and are looking forward to an even more incredible weekend!

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  • Michael September 6, 2013, 12:28 pm

    Funny you wrote this post today Morgan. I just listed StockPrice.info for sale on Flippa today. Great opportunity for a financially saavy investor/developer/affiliate marketer.

    Thank you for always keeping your readers in the know of whats going on in the domain sales market and startup community. We all appreciate it!

  • Raymond Hackney September 6, 2013, 12:45 pm

    Good luck with the auction Michael.

    Thanks for the mention Morgan.

  • Dan September 6, 2013, 1:02 pm

    I’m VERY skeptical about some of the five figure dot info sales on Flippa.

    • Morgan September 6, 2013, 1:05 pm

      @Dan – there are some pretty high .INFO sales happening there…maybe I should do a follow-up looking-into how many of these transactions go through to the high bidder in the end. You never know until you see the WHOIS info change.

  • Morgan September 6, 2013, 1:07 pm

    Thanks for the kind words @Michael and good luck with StockPrice.info! Have a great weekend 🙂

  • MarijuanaGuy September 6, 2013, 2:27 pm

    Why would someone pay the high listing fees when other sites are free?
    It cuts into the profit margin.

    I and many don’t “believe” those sales are valid until you do the checking and please report to us.
    How come those buyers and sellers write about their sales?

  • MarijuanaGuy September 6, 2013, 2:28 pm

    How come those buyers and sellers don’t write about their sales?

  • Michael September 6, 2013, 2:43 pm

    I personally have not used Flippa too much in the past. However, I will argue that for $29, you get some good exposure to serious buyers. Yes, there are many free listing sites, but imo, their marketplace isn’t solid and professional with real buyers like Flippa.

    In regards to final sale price reporting, outside of an NDA, I’d have no problem reporting what it sells for. Or, just follow the auction : )

    Have a great weekend all and thanks for the wishes of luck in the auction!

  • Leonard Britt September 6, 2013, 3:31 pm

    Morgan, I believe there are some questionable reported sales in this industry. Publicly-traded companies are audited by CPA firms annually. I won’t point fingers but I just don’t believe all the sales that get reported. Who spends thousands on a so-so .COM domain when there are plenty of options available at a more favorable pricepoint? Who spends five figures on a non-.COM domain (zero parking revenue) to not do anything with it?

  • Aaron Strong September 6, 2013, 4:49 pm

    I have Websites dot Org on Flippa and am very surprised to see that Websites dot info is selling for more than the dot Org.

  • DomainAssets.ca September 6, 2013, 4:56 pm

    Hey Morgan,

    Yes, looks like .info is getting some traction in the marketplace.

    I just listed TrafficTips (dotinfo) at Flippa with No Reserve – 3 bids so far (6 interested bidders). I’m testing interest there by listing some domains for auction – we’ll see how the Flippa marketplace values keyword domains. I noticed some of the more visible investors also mentioned they were testing Flippa too (Adam D, Elliot, etc).


  • Mike September 6, 2013, 5:24 pm

    You are missing one of the best Geo names ever to be listed on Flippa, Newfoundland.com! Easily worth big money.

  • Konkanhotel September 6, 2013, 7:27 pm

    Hello Morgan, its good to know that every single word domain gets good value.

  • rtzj00 September 7, 2013, 12:58 pm

    Hey Morgan – great post,

    I’m selling affiliate.info and websites.info and we have had a lot of interest in these domains. We have definitely noticed that the .info market has been picking up. Flippa is a great platform but we have had some good sales elsewhere on Sedo and Godaddy too in the past so I’m still deciding which platform is best

    We previously sold currency.info on flippa where the sale did go through for $12,000: https://flippa.com/2952444-lucrative-niche-546-m-searches-high-paying-sector-very-rare-opportunity

  • Normie September 8, 2013, 7:22 am

    I have just listed my portfolio of .info domains on Flippa and bids start at only $250

    Check the auction at https://flippa.com/2968969-portfolio-of-10-premium-info-domains-for-sale-low-reserve

  • Kroc September 9, 2013, 10:11 pm

    The .INFO domains are indeed red hot right now. With the upcoming flood of new TLDs, many believe this extension will survive since “info” is what drives the internet. I’ve just listed an aged portfolio of (100) .info domains at Flippa, so let’s see what happens:


    I’ll be sure to come back and let you know if the sale goes through.


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