GoDaddy's Domain Closeouts are prior domain auctions that did not sell, and take place right before the domain is officially deleted and sent back to the registry to release for anyone to hand register at cost. Within this time period, GoDaddy offers these closeout domains up for immediate sale in a 5-day Buy-it-Now (BIN) reverse auction format, where it starts at the initial $11 (plus registration costs) and then the price drops daily before finishing at a final $5 BIN. Obviously this isn't the place to go looking for LLL.COM domains or premium one-word .COM names, but there are usually some nice deals hidden deep within the GoDaddy Closeout listings and we've tried our best to find some of these gems with potential value. Due to reader requests, we have totally revamped the format of this article, providing additional information about each domain auction, such as Price, Age, and Valuation, as well as denoting each area's "Hot Pick" selections directly on the list, rather than in a text blurb. This should make it easier for everyone to find the pertinent data without having to hunt around for it.
It's Monday, which means it's time to get back to the grind. That means returning to the office or classroom and making sure you're prepped and pumped for another week. It also means deals on laptops that will definitely make that grind significantly easier courtesy of Amazon and Walmart. You have the choice of the 320, 330 Intel Celeron N4000, 330 Intel Core i3, or 330s, and the best part is they're all under $500. These laptops scale by processor and speeds, so you can easily get an idea of the differences between the 320 and the 330 Intel Core i3.
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