Dot PARTY Pricing

TLD 1 Year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5 years 6 years 7 years 8 years 9 years 10 years
Sole .PARTY registration €29.18 €58.36 €87.54 €116.72 €145.90 €175.08 €204.26 €233.44 €262.62 €291.80

TLD Details

TLD Registrar-Lock Transfers Edit WHOIS ID Protect Registration Period
.PARTY yes yes (EPP) yes yes 1-10 years

.PARTY Domains Registration

These days, because of the numerous domain names registered on the Internet, it is difficult to acquire the domain name that you prefer. Still, the majority of domain names are limited to just several generic domain name extensions, for example .COM or .NET. In case you would like to have a domain name extension which will make your domain name much more unique, which will make it stick out from the crowd, in that case .PARTY is the perfect choice. The .PARTY TLD is just rising in popularity, therefore there are plenty of eye-catching domain names still accessible. You can find not just a domain name that fits the name of your business, but also a domain name which complements your Internet site's specialized niche.

With C-Panel Hosting you could get a .PARTY domain name for just €29.18 per year.

.PARTY Domain Management with C-Panel Hosting

The Domain Manager interface designed by C-Panel Hosting is a great home for your next .PARTY domain name. It is both fully featured as well as easy-to-navigate, so that it can be used by both experienced users and hosting newbies. You will enjoy quick access to crucial DNS settings and, with a click, assign an URL redirection. The Domain Manager furthermore will allow you to manage multiple domain names at once comfortably. As free gift, if you are searching to broaden your online presence, you can benefit from our limitless domain name parking option.

For those who also have a hosting account with C-Panel Hosting, it is possible to control both your sites and your domains from the very same Control Panel - the Web Hosting Control Panel. You won't have to switch between several web site management and domain management interfaces any more.