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Sorry if this is a bit noobyish, but I tried the obvious registrars and they want you to use your credit card through paypal, not just your paypal balance..

If someone knows of a relatively cheap (eg. not $25 for a .com) registrar where I can use my paypal balance to purchase with that would be great...

Comments (29)



Namecheap.com ... you can transfer funds from your paypal to your namecheap account and then use it to buy domains... you also get free whois..

Comment #1



I always use paypal on godaddy, with my balance funds, not my CC, even though the paypal account has been activated through CC at the beginning..

Comment #2



Godaddy. You have to associate your PP account as a new form of payment and it'll be there everytime you want to go through checkout...

Comment #3



Not that popular, But I love Domainsite.com for my domains...

Comment #4



Name.com.

I have paid all my domains there with my paypal funds..

Comment #5



Dynadot.com, rates are good and if you buy at a certain volume you get bulk rates.

Interface is super easy to use too...

Comment #6



Just used Namecheap..

Pros: Excellent controls for all of you domains, great control panel, good offers, easy to use.

Only con is that bulk deals aren't too great.

Thanks for the recomendation, I'll definitley stick with them. Godaddy has good prices, but their website is ridiculously annoying...

Comment #7



There are too much crappy ads but still use Godaddy. Namecheap is good bit pricey than Godaddy...

Comment #8



Moniker also accepts paypal, but they add 4% to the price...

Comment #9



May be a little late but I think most domain registration service, at least all the ones I've ever used, take Paypal..

I recommend Namecheap.com first and Godaddy.com second...

Comment #10

Not really. Add in privacy protection and GoDaddy is like $14 for a domain. Namecheap is $8.81 with privacy on new domains...

Comment #11



NameCheap and Moniker both allow you to pay with PayPal. However, with Moniker you need a verified PayPal account...

Comment #12



Good choice to go with Namecheap. I used it for years and really enjoy it...

Comment #13



Everywhere.

Upgrade your account or verify it, and you'll have access to the paypal plugin; this lets you generate mastercard numbers for online shopping.

You can generate 1x use or multiple use cards..

Dont know if this is available outside of the US..

Ah, you're in London. Nevermind...

Comment #14

Ditto on godaddy. I've always liked it with the total DNS control when I needed it...

Comment #15

Https://www.nearlyfreespeech.net/services/domains.php.

These guys accept paypal..

You can deposit funds, and register your domains. They also have a domain privacy thing that i've never really used..

Https://www.nearlyfreespeech.net/services/respect.php.

Cheaper than namecheap too (by about a $)..

Comment #16



Domainsite is good.. great ui, and domains come to just over $8 with privacy..

Comment #17



Godaddy, but I had some minor problems like dns or url forward taking forever to update...

Comment #18

Im also using godaddy and so far I like their service. try to check their support team they will answer your queries within 24 hours..

Comment #19

Domain Name Registration, Web Hosting, SSL Certificates, and more. - Dynadot.com.

Cheap Domain Registration with Free Masking and Forwarding, Paypal Domain Registration..

Comment #20



Namecheap has whois protection, easy control panel, allows PayPal and all that is cheaper than others...

Comment #21

I've been using these guys since 2007 and I've never had any major problems with them..

$8.88 .com, .net, .org and $2.99 .info...

Comment #22



GoDaddy definitely blows. 1and1 isn't bad and they offer free whois privacy, and dynadot isn't too expensive either. I hear great things about namecheap though...

Comment #23



Fucks sake, I didn't expect this post to still be going...

Comment #24

But since it still is ... I've had good luck with these coupon codes for namecheap :.

NameCheap Coupon Codes - all coupons, discounts and promo codes for namecheap.com..

Comment #25



I hate the fact you have to transfer money to namecheap from paypal then check out, it's fucking lame.. IMHO godaddy, name, moniker are easier and cheaper...

Comment #26



It also depends on the number of domains you have. However Namecheap is by far the best deal. They have monthly coupons and you get a free domain register protection for the first year. If you have over 50 domains you will get an additional coupon for renewals and new registrations.

Joel..

Comment #27



I think we need verified paypal account for domain purchase,..

Comment #28



There are lot of websites you will find hostdepartment.com is one you may get domains from there using paypal..

Comment #29


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