Save Big on Web Hosting and .com Domains for Namecheap’s Birthday


Domain Registrar (opens in a new tab) Namecheap celebrates its 22nd anniversary with a massive sale, offering 15% off renewals, including domains, Web hosting (opens in a new tab)SSL certificates, company E-mail (opens in a new tab) and premium DNS to its loyal customers.

Additionally, new Namecheap customers will have the opportunity to take 44% off .com domains and up to 44% off select domain transfers.

To take advantage of current renewal offers Namecheap (opens in a new tab) customers must use promo code BDAYGEN22 for all areas, SSL (opens in a new tab)private and premium email DNS renewals, and for all web hosting renewals, use the promo code BDAYHOSTING22.

Additionally, Namecheap has generated a discount code (BDAYTRANSFER22) allowing users to transfer up to 100 domain names to Namecheap from a select list of TLDs for only $7.88 for .com and $9.38 for .net, as well as other mainstream TLDs.

All Namecheap customers can also register the popular .com domain for just $7.88/1 year, which is 44% off the regular price.

This exclusive one-day anniversary offer is available from 12:00 a.m. EDT on October 11 until 11:59 p.m. EDT on October 12, 2022.

Why is this a good deal?

Most web hosting and domain registration discounts usually focus on lowering prices for new customers, however, Namecheap is also giving current customers a chance to save some money.

In addition to the discount, Namecheap offers a one-year free referral opportunity for up to 22 nonprofits and charities.

Successful applicants will receive any non-premium domain they like or a free renewal, a web hosting package that best suits their needs, and a free PositiveSSL certificate for security.

With the application process now open, the opportunity is open to anyone who has recently started a nonprofit, needs a website, and has the know-how to create one, and Namecheap is also accepting applicants. applications from existing organizations that would benefit from the gifts offered.


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