We're never excited to bring you this kind of news, but in this case the change is so significant that we feel a special sense of urgency to get you this information as soon as possible.

Beginning August 21, 2017 at midnight UTC (keep in mind: that's 5:00 PM PDT on August 20), prices on sixteen TLDs managed by Uniregistry will be increasing, in some cases by very significant amounts.

We do not have the final pricing yet but we do know the rough percentage increases on each TLD:

These increase will apply to all operations on these domains, so if you've always wanted one of these domains, now is the time to get it. If you have one already and it's not renewed up to the maximum registration period (10 years on all of these), now is the time to top it off. And if you have your domain registered elsewhere and want to consolidate your portfolio at Gandi, now's the time to transfer it. As you can see from the list above, the savings could be significant.

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All that precipitation across just about everywhere but California this winter has meant an explosion of flowers: beautiful red and yellow tulips, purple lilacs, spring is in the air! And so is pollen. But for those of you who aren't allergic (or maybe those of you who are oddly fascinated with the things that punish you with their very existence), .FLOWERS is entering the GoLive phase!  In A rates, a one-year registration will be available at $33.90.

 

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Nothing says, "I love you," like .flowers and as of January 26 this new gTLD has officially entered the Sunrise phase.  Whether you're hankering for Spring or looking to surprise a loved one for Valentine's day, .flowers will be available in Sunrise until March 27, 2015.  It will then skip the Landrush phase and come into full bloom April 7 when it enters GoLive.

While in Sunrise .flowers domains will be priced at $321.74. When this gTLD enters GoLive, they will be available for just $33.90.

 

Register a .flowers?

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