Listed below are some notable domain and website sales over the past week at Flippa.

Some domains that sold – $xxx,xxx (Specific price removed at buyer’s request.) – $4,999 – $4,100 – $3,350 – $2,150 - 1.8% of the .com value. – $2,000 – $930 – $510 – $400 – $155

Some websites that sold

  • – $40,000 – Monthly net profit of $3,000 stated, on uniques of 2,200. “K-Cups Coffee Subscription Service” “We built our business, Mixcups, out of our love for single-serve coffee and a desire to try all the new Single-Cups being brought to market. Most Single-Cups come in boxes of 12-24, so if you happen to buy a coffee you don’t like you’re stuck with 20 more of them :) Mixcups gives customers the opportunity to discover new coffees without the risk of wasting a whole box.
  •  – $18,000 – Monthly net profit of $700 stated, on uniques of 5,200. “an online classifieds site dedicated for wedding dresses in Australia. It is categorised by the large cities in Australia. There are now 375 dresses listed on the site. I started this website in January 2013, and it has continually to grow in monetization and traffic.”
  • – $16,000 – Monthly net profit of $950 stated, on uniques of 2,300. “The site gives visitors access to over 60+ outdoor gear oriented,Deal of Day” offers from merchants like REI,, Sierra Trading Post etc… Instead of a person having to visit each one of these merchants individual offers on countless websites, they are each pulled in via datafeeds in real time.”

Some domains with bids that didn’t hit reserve – $46,000 – $25,000 – $21,000 – $10,000 – $4,950 – $3,000 – $1,100 – $1,000 – $705 – $650 – $650 – $300 – $250 – $205


3 Responses to Flippa Recap: for $xxx,xxx, for 1.8% of the .com,,, more

  1. Travis says:

    Yeah, I’ve noticed a few “successful” sales w/ dead links… Wasn’t watching it wholeheartedly either…still waitin’ to see what the .net’ll fetch.

  2. Travis says:

    that comment take?

  3. Travis says:

    guess not, as I was saying lol… yeah iv’e seen a few “successful” sales w/ dead links after the auction is done ( Waiting on what the .net will fetch…comments are never as good the second time around ;)

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