Unsubscribe.com is expiring, and it’s at $26,000 in auction with less than an hour to go

Unsubscribe.com domain auction

Great domain names expire all the time for one reason or another. In most cases, the owner stopped using it and has no idea what domain names typically sell for in the open market.

Today that seems to be the case for Unsubscribe.com which has expired and is in auction at Go Daddy.

The bidding is currently at $26,000 and like most auctions you can expect a big jump towards the end. In my opinion this is a six-figure domain and I’m pretty sure most of the people bidding on it feel the same so even at $40k+ it has the chance to provide a nice ROI to the buyer.

I always like to guess what a name like this will sell for, I think we’ll see a nice jump towards the end so I’m going to guess $38,000. What do you think the final sale price will be?

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  • Anunt February 6, 2020, 10:37 am

    i don’t like the name too much…
    but i think it will sell for $40k too

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  • JZ February 6, 2020, 10:42 am

    the name has uses but is somewhat negative. I didn’t catch the end but it was up past 33k last I saw.

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  • Sam Norton February 11, 2020, 8:58 am

    An interesting idea would be to own the set – that is, both Unsubscribe.com and Subscribe.com. Like mighty men have said before me, its about the yin and the yang. Order out of chaos. Before I can unsubscribe, I need to subscribe. And once I do, I will likely have subscribers’ remorse — it happens, it’s ok, you’re not a bad person just because you paid upfront for a year’s worth of pickles from Mouth.com. Also, I’m not sure if this is the place Morgan—and if it isn’t please kindly open up a new section of your blog for those of us that need it—but I’d like to offer up my new domains for anyone who might be interested. 2019 was a great year here at my business, and 2020 is looking like no slouch. So get in on these lucky names before they’re all gone. Most of these were registered fresh, so you can rest easy knowing that they were not misused. Ok, here we go with the names: RealFartCarts.com, PopularOrUnpopularThings.com, ImpressiveGardenGnomes.net. If any of these are of interest please comment below Morgan’s article. Thank you.

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  • Brett February 11, 2020, 9:09 am

    What would be the cost of purchase for all 3 of these unicorn names old pal? The way I see it, you can’t have too much of a good thing. I may not say it often, but you are one of the most creative domaines out there. Anyone would be lucky to buy a used domain from you and put it to good use. 2019 was OK for me, not the worst year, but when we balanced our books it came to exactly 0. I mean we didn’t lose money, and we didn’t make any. Bitter and sweet. Good and not so good. If you should make me a deal, please consider the other names I’ve bought from you when deciding a discount. Your old friend, Brett.

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    • Mick Motley February 11, 2020, 9:26 am

      You can’t and you shouldn’t buy any of these domains. What would be the real world application to owning Real Fart Carts dot com? What is the point? For one, such a thing does not exist. Now I’m a man who believes in innovation, and can envision many ideas 💡but this one befuffles me utterly so. Why would you want your cart to be farting around in any situation? Just my 2 cents for now. If I think of more, I will add to this comment. But for now, please do not spend your hard earned money on these clown names.

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