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NorthFace 1,153 December 26, 2012 at 04:43 PM in Computers (9) More Groupon Deals
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Promoted 12-27-2012 at 01:00 AM View Original Post
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Groupon offers $30 GoDaddy.com Credit for $10 or $70 Credit for $25. Expires Feb 27, 2013. Thanks NorthFace

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Edited January 4, 2013 at 04:26 PM by NorthFace
Just saw this Groupon and tried it out to see if it worked on renewals, and it does. The Groupon is just a redemption code that can be applied to ANY Godaddy.com account. It is in-store credit so I am pretty sure it can be applied to anything.

GoDaddy.com Online Deal [groupon.com]

Choose Between Two Options
  • $10 for $30 worth of website-building products
  • $25 for $70 worth of website-building products

Redeem at (copy/paste after logging into Godaddy): http://www.godaddy.com/redeem/groupon.aspx

It CAN be used on renewals. AND the credit is applied to your account and CAN be used over many transactions.

STACK with 29% off coupon: gdx1236g

Or 44% off domain renewal codes:
GDBBREN8
GDBBA547
gd50bbpd5



Expires Feb 27, 2013

Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid online only. Online registration required. Must be 18 or older. Gift cards, Paypal, Alipay and CCavenue may not be used to redeem offer. Goods sold by GoDaddy.com. Paid value will be applied to first purchase. Must be an existing GoDaddy.com customer or create a new customer account to redeem.

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Quote from ShatterGhost View Post :
I didn't contact them and I received an email that said they are refunding the single 10 groupon that Godaddy reversed on my account. I was just going to eat that loss since I had redeemed several before they changed the fine print on the website and on the groupons.

So it looks like they are going to refund any groupons that godaddy reversed/denied which were put into the godaddy system after January 1st. when the fine print changed.
Ah, thanks for the info.

Too bad GD didn't reverse the $2.45 I still have on my third one...
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Did the people getting refund emails try and contact Groupon, or was the notification/refund automatic?
Mine was automatic.. I didn't even know there was an issue until I saw a "Your refund has been processed" email from Groupon.
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#738
Now none of the godaddy coupons work with instore credit Frown
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#739
I got a full refund on the $130 of credits that godaddy cancelled. I did not request it, but groupon gave it anyway.

Had $10 left in credits which I just now was able to use on 2 years of SSL certs - coupon worked. PETE499SSL seems fine with the credit.
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Quote from SarahJ View Post :
I got a full refund on the $130 of credits that godaddy cancelled. I did not request it, but groupon gave it anyway.

Had $10 left in credits which I just now was able to use on 2 years of SSL certs - coupon worked. PETE499SSL seems fine with the credit.
I imagine coupons will still work with any high margin items (SSL certs, hosting packages, etc.). They seem to only prohibit them on low-margin or below-cost things like domain registration/renewals.
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i have 4 left. damn
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#742
Domain renewals/transfers were later disallowed with these coupons?
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Is there any way to find link the coupon with the groupon acct?

Is there any way to see the deal referrals from one groupon acct to another? (In other words if you refered this deal to your friend, can you see when and what the referral emal was in your current/main groupon acct?)

Is there any history of godaddy taking back or reversing groupon transactions like renewals with vouchers already redeemed before the terms were changed on Jan 1st.
thanks!
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#744
To get around godaddy's "one per account" policy, just create a new godaddy account for each "extra" groupon coupon you bought, then transfer a few domains from your primary account over to each new account (easy instant process).

Then, log into each new account and apply each groupon once in each account (assuming you haven't tried to apply them already [to an account where you already used a groupon], which might have flagged those numbers).

I just did this and used a few $70 groupons that I had purchased (but not yet entered)... And they worked fine on domain renewals, which is all I used them for. I plan to transfer the domains back to my primary account in the near future...
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So if I have 5 coupons that I want to use for domain renewals now, what can I do? I don't think I can transfer these domains out since I just transferred them 20 days ago. Can I buy gift cards with another account?
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So if I have 5 coupons that I want to use for domain renewals now, what can I do? I don't think I can transfer these domains out since I just transferred them 20 days ago. Can I buy gift cards with another account?
It's not a real transfer, which is between different registrars. You just want to perform an account change [godaddy.com] to get around the one Groupon per account limit.
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Wow, with that kid aaron swartz death and godaddy's collusion in retraining the free flow of the internet, I guess there are plenty of reason to find godaddy just abhorrent and despicable.

Is it hard to transfer your domains once you have renewed them for a long time to another company?
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Wow, with that kid aaron swartz death and godaddy's collusion in retraining the free flow of the internet, I guess there are plenty of reason to find godaddy just abhorrent and despicable.

Is it hard to transfer your domains once you have renewed them for a long time to another company?
How does GoDaddy have anything to do with the death of Aaron Swartz? Your comment makes no sense. If you want to blame anyone, how about the US Government, specifically the USAO. Or MIT. Or JSTOR.

Let me guess - you blame Bob Parsons for the Somalian pirates who hijack ships too. I mean, he did go to Africa, and Somalia is in Africa, so he's obviously connected somehow...

But to answer your actual question, it's trivial to transfer domains from GoDaddy. New domains have a waiting period (2-3 months IIRC), and if you modified some piece of the contact information they make you wait a period of time too. As long as neither of these applies, then you can do it quickly.
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How does GoDaddy have anything to do with the death of Aaron Swartz? Your comment makes no sense. If you want to blame anyone, how about the US Government, specifically the USAO. Or MIT. Or JSTOR.

Let me guess - you blame Bob Parsons for the Somalian pirates who hijack ships too. I mean, he did go to Africa, and Somalia is in Africa, so he's obviously connected somehow...

But to answer your actual question, it's trivial to transfer domains from GoDaddy. New domains have a waiting period (2-3 months IIRC), and if you modified some piece of the contact information they make you wait a period of time too. As long as neither of these applies, then you can do it quickly.
thanks for your help,
I actually didnt know any of this till I saw it on this thread first but see this:
http://godaddyboycott.org/

plus when I lost my grad funding and my friends had graduated I had to pay $2,621.87 in journal subscriptions and fees to JSTOR because my small town library cant afford interlibrary loan or journal subscriptions. Those fees were not a SD and if all this kid wanted to do was liberate the library journals then go daddy is def on my sh=t list thats for sure.
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thanks for your help,
I actually didnt know any of this till I saw it on this thread first but see this:
http://godaddyboycott.org/

plus when I lost my grad funding and my friends had graduated I had to pay $2,621.87 in journal subscriptions and fees to JSTOR because my small town library cant afford interlibrary loan or journal subscriptions. Those fees were not a SD and if all this kid wanted to do was liberate the library journals then go daddy is def on my sh=t list thats for sure.
First, while GoDaddy did support SOPA/PIPA, so did hundreds of other companies. Almost every music/movie studio did. Most sports organizations (MLB, NFL, etc.) did. Credit card companies did. Internet Service providers did. Most pulled support, as did GoDaddy. But for some reason, everyone only wants to focus on them and ignore the other companies that were just as much behind it.

But, regardless, that still has nothing to do with Aaron Swartz or JSTOR.
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