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GoDaddy.com Credit: $70 Credit for $25 or $30 Credit for EXPIRED

NorthFace 1,137 December 26, 2012 at 03:43 PM in Computers (9) More Groupon Deals
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Promoted 12-27-2012 at 12:00 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 03:26 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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#616
Quote from ShatterGhost View Post :
A nice code for SSL Certs if you need to burn up some credits is 499SSL it gives you an SSL cert for $4.99 and the sweet part is you can extend the savings for 5 years so for $24.95 you can get a 5 year SSL. Use the 10 for 30 Groupon and the 5 year SSL is less than 10 bucks.

499SSL for $4.99 SSL Certs.
Wow thanks. Just what I needed. Repped.
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#617
Quote from steven2004 View Post :
Sweet deal. I tried to buy another one in the same Groupon account, but it did not allow me doing this. But I found a better deal in this website:

http://couprecoup.com/los-angeles...y&d=&sort=

The $70 Groupon is on sale for $20 here. I was able to download the voucher immediately after paypal payment.
worked for me as well! thanks!!!
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#618
Quote from crspyjohn View Post :
worked for me as well! thanks!!!
did you get the one that was going for $12.99? good deal!
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#619
Quote from ShatterGhost View Post :
A nice code for SSL Certs if you need to burn up some credits is 499SSL it gives you an SSL cert for $4.99 and the sweet part is you can extend the savings for 5 years so for $24.95 you can get a 5 year SSL. Use the 10 for 30 Groupon and the 5 year SSL is less than 10 bucks.

499SSL for $4.99 SSL Certs.
Great find. Just what I needed for some blog sites (for secure admin & logins). Got 4 certs, each 2 yrs for total for $40 (rounded up).
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#620
Quote from sandun View Post :
Great find. Just what I needed for some blog sites (for secure admin & logins). Got 4 certs, each 2 yrs for total for $40 (rounded up).
You know you can get free legit and universally accepted certs, right?

http://cert.startcom.org/
https://www.startssl.com/?app=1

They're only good for one-year at a time, and it's a pain in the ass to renew, but they are free and work.
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Quote from PyroInc View Post :
give their number a call and see what they can do. Definitely mention moving your domain over to namecheap (That's where I have my domains) and I'm sure they'll be able to work something out.
No luck. Three reps said they were powerless but were amazed by "my" coupon for domain renewalsworship

Any other ideas? If I transfer to namecheap I forfeit any existing privacy already purchased through godaddy.
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#622
Quote from crspyjohn View Post :
worked for me as well! thanks!!!
How can this be legit? Any ideas? Confused
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CDI gave me free netflix!
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#623
Quote from MachuPicchu View Post :
No luck. Three reps said they were powerless but were amazed by "my" coupon for domain renewalsworship

Any other ideas? If I transfer to namecheap I forfeit any existing privacy already purchased through godaddy.
Wow, really?

Once you add privacy you aren't able to remove it? What a f&cking joke. No wonder they give it for "free" for the first year. I would escalate that because it's completely unacceptable.
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#624
Quote from phonic View Post :
Wow, really?

Once you add privacy you aren't able to remove it? What a f&cking joke. No wonder they give it for "free" for the first year. I would escalate that because it's completely unacceptable.
No luck at godaddy, but did receive confirmation from them that this is the result of their own policy, not something they are forced through ICANN, etc. Several bloggers have also experienced this and posted their outrage.

Yeah that foo Bob Parsons is an evil genius. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice...
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#625
Quote from MachuPicchu View Post :
No luck at godaddy, but did receive confirmation from them that this is the result of their own policy, not something they are forced through ICANN, etc. Several bloggers have also experienced this and posted their outrage.

Yeah that foo Bob Parsons is an evil genius. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice...
Yeah. While they do have good prices and I've never personally had a problem with them, they do have some shady policies. Were you aware of the transfer out block they do if you make any changes to a domain, like the name/address on file in the whois information? I think they block any transfers out for like 45 days - another non-ICANN policy of theirs.

You can always transfer the domain to another registrar to avoid the privacy fee.
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#626
Is the deal over. I am looking to buy one.
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#627
Quote from steven2004 View Post :
Sweet deal. I tried to buy another one in the same Groupon account, but it did not allow me doing this. But I found a better deal in this website:

http://couprecoup.com/los-angeles...y&d=&sort=

The $70 Groupon is on sale for $20 here. I was able to download the voucher immediately after paypal payment.
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But why would they sell it for a cheaper price? Smells fishy
Quote from steven2004 View Post :
I guess that someone bought the item, but was not able to use it. Groupon will not do the refund if you have already printed the voucher.
I suspect something is up with this because the seller is non-US.

It might be a stolen credit card being used to buy the groupon and they are laundering?

Let me know if the seller initials are d.h. and they are using hotmail?
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#628
Quote from phonic View Post :
You know you can get free legit and universally accepted certs, right?

http://cert.startcom.org/
https://www.startssl.com/?app=1

They're only good for one-year at a time, and it's a pain in the ass to renew, but they are free and work.
Thanks for the pointer. I usually use self signed certs as well as the free for most purposes on other providers. A few blogs (family members) are hosted on Godaddy and they (GD) do not allow 3rd party certs on their 'shared' hosting products.
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#629
I was able to renew all THREE of my expensive domain names ($30 voucher + stacked coupon code) for a grand total of $10! Still have $4 left in store credit, too. Thanks! woot
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#630
The seller's initals are not the d.h. and the paypal is a US one. I bought one and already used it with no problem. Whatever, if anything happens, I can easily do the paypal dispute.
Quote from avalon View Post :
I suspect something is up with this because the seller is non-US.

It might be a stolen credit card being used to buy the groupon and they are laundering?

Let me know if the seller initials are d.h. and they are using hotmail?
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