It's a historic day for the internet.
As of today, Wednesday 5 February, the first new gTLDs are entering General Availability, meaning they can be purchased by anyone at regular prices.
You know what that means: it's first-come, first-served from here on out. The seven new extensions in question are as follows (accompanied by yearly registration and renewal prices at A rates):
- .bike $32.44
- .clothing $32.44
- .guru $32.44
- .holdings $52.65
- .plumbing $32.44
- .singles $32.44
- .ventures $52.65
As of right now, you can already register domains under these new gTLDs on our website.
The next set of new gTLDs entering General Availability (next Wednesday, 12 February) are the following:
- .camera $139.65
- .equiment $132.65
- .estate $139.65
- .gallery $132.65
- .graphics $132.65
- .lighting $132.65
- .photography $132.65
You can already submit an order to register any of the seven new gTLDs above, and we'll automatically place it on your behalf when General Availability begins next week (select "Golive" from the dropdown menu). As always, we'll refund you if the domain is no longer availabile by the time the GA phase begins.
Now, if you'll excuse us, we're going to go register all the things.