For those looking to build an ecommerce empire in 2022, having a Black Friday domain name (like PS5.dealsfor.blackfriday) for the most important peak trading period of the year may well be a step in the right direction. That, and having the right website builder plan.
The Black Friday top level domain is a premium one which means that it is more expensive to purchase from domain registrars. However, use the coupon TECHRADAR to save 30% of everything including domain names and web hosting at Domain.com, a great way to kickstart your Black Friday journey.
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So who bought Blackfriday.blackfriday?
The domain name was snatched in 2014 but is currently not pointing to any website and is set to expire in 2024. It is likely that the buyer purchased it with a view to sell it in the future. The purchase, in 2019, of BlackFriday.com (the domain and the website) saw hundreds of thousands of dollars exchange hands. It leaves us at least to ponder what a blackfriday.blackfriday.blackfriday subdomain would look like.