Renewing Domains? Here Are Some GoDaddy Coupons

GoDaddy recently sent me an email saying seven of my domain names are up for renewal. I was just about to renewal them when my buddy Julien sent me some nice GoDaddy coupons so I can save some money. I figured I’ll pass the coupon codes along.

  • OYH3 – $3 off / $6.95 any .COM domain name
  • OYH1 – 10% off anything
  • BTPS7 – 20% off any order of $50 or more
  • BTPS4 – 10% off anything
  • OYH2 – $5 off a $30 purchase

Since I had seven domain names to renew, I used the BTPS7 coupon code to get 20% off my order. That’s a nice saving of $12.59. If you’re wondering how come seven domain names cost so much, it’s because I enable private registration on all my domains.


The coupons can be used for any GoDaddy services, including their webhosting plans and SSL Certificates. Just enter the coupon code at the checkout to get the discount. I don’t know when these coupons expires so if you’re planning to buy anything from GoDaddy, you better do it soon.

77 thoughts on “Renewing Domains? Here Are Some GoDaddy Coupons”

    1. Kym Huynh says:

      Ditto on that one.

    2. Some of the codes are useful i use slightly different codes and have been for a while but you’ve posted equivalent ones here so there is no need to mention the others.

      Basically, to make the biggest savings use the 20% off or the $6.95 .com offer 😈

    3. People still use GoDaddy? I thought their reign was over. is more professional anyway – although you pay more, it looks better in the WHOIS listing. 😛

      1. Alan Johnson says:

        As far as I’m concerned, I am sticking to GoDaddy, I’ve been using them for quite a while and my experience has been great.

        Alan Johnson

      2. Darin Carter says:

        Why Pay $35 dollars so your WHOIS listing looks professional, you can pay less and get privacy at … is so 90’s …

    4. HeHe I do the coupon code search every time I buy a domain or renew a domain.

      I’ve also got hosting on godaddy but it’s set to be paid automatically out of my paypal account every month and I don’t really feel like messing it up so no coupons for that 😛

      1. dcr says:

        Why would it mess things up? I have domains paid for automatically with PayPal and others with a credit card, and GoDaddy manages to keep them all separate (all in the same account) without any problems.

  1. David Chew says:

    Thanks for the post john. :mrgreen:

  2. Thanks, I just renewed 6 domain names.

    1. Kym Huynh says:

      That’s a lot of domains you got right there 🙂

  3. KiwiPulse says:

    Nice Thank John! 😎

  4. Never use Go Daddy before. How’s their service anyway?

    1. The Mad Ape says:

      GoDaddy is excellent. It does take a bit of getting used to but once you see how their system works you will love it. Great products, great service, great price.

      Really, using any other host or registrar is a mistake!

      The Mad Ape

      1. Alan Johnson says:

        They are indeed the best domain name registration company but their hosting is not all that great and I would generally advise against using the same company for domain name registration and hosting.

        Alan Johnson

    2. GoDaddy are the best domain registrars ever!!

  5. Mike Huang says:

    Hmm…If I’m correct, you could use the “OYH3” code to renew one by one. In the end, you could save $21. I’ve done this before when purchasing new domains, but I’m not sure if it’ll work with renewing. When I purchased new domains, all I did was purchase one, pay for it, and purchase a new one. All this is under one account 🙂


    1. Tom says:

      I used one of these coupons last night to register 5 domains and you can use it the 6.95 .com one once and it works for all of them. No need to do it one by one.

      Before I buy a domain I do the search for Go Daddy Coupons and their is a thread at fatwallet that has the newest ones.

  6. Regio Side says:

    Excellent tip John! Thanks and great blog. 😀

  7. Hosting Blog says:

    Thanks for the coupons John.
    I usually get my promotional codes from GoDaddy Coupons, which is updated daily with new codes.

  8. Denis says:

    Just saved $12 on my GoDaddy domains 🙂 Thanks John.

  9. Neil Duckett says:

    The first and last time i bought a domain from GoDaddy the purchase went through, then a few days later they refunded it on their own accord. A quick check on whois shows GoDaddy as the owners now.
    Not sure what the ethics on that are, not happy at the time to say the least.

    1. I have heard a lot of horror stories about GoDaddy; personally I wouldn’t touch them with a bargepole!

      – Martin Reed

      1. Kym Huynh says:

        Really? I’ve always used GoDaddy and I love them.

      2. You’ve been reading the wrong stuff.

        There is a reason they are the biggest domain seller on the internet you know 😈

        1. nickycakes says:

          Not because they provide a good service, that’s for sure. They have superbowl commercials dude. That’s why they’re so popular. Go with namecheap.

          1. You gotta sell a lot of $6.95 domain names to pay for those $3 million dollar Superbowl commercials.

          2. dcr says:

            They were popular before they started with their Super Bowl commercials.

        2. Japan Site says:

          Another vote for namecheap.

      3. dcr says:

        I have heard a lot of horror stories about GoDaddy too. Fortunately, I’ve never had any problems and they’ve been very helpful the handful of times I’ve needed to contact them with anything. And, the most common complaints about GoDaddy are for things other registrars do as well.

  10. Blogetition says:

    Hey John,

    You realize that eNom registrars ( gives you free private registration? If you use the coupon code WINTERFEVER, it’s $8.41 per domain, which would have come to a total of $58.87, that would have been a saving of $55.8 which is about 50% off.

    I know it aint a lot of money and you probably like having all your domains with godaddy, but maybe next year you should change the domain names over to namecheap and give the $50 to the soup kitchen you posted about awhile back?

    1. Doug says:

      If you register or transfer at least 5 domains to GoDaddy you get FREE private registration. I just transferred 20 domain that were getting ready to expire at Dotster over. I tried using the 20% coupon off as well, but it did not work. I called their customer support (which was quite excellent) and the guy tried all sorts of coupon codes, but the $6.99 transfer deal was the best he could do. That seems like a great deal with the FREE private registration.

  11. MizHizzyFitz says:

    FYI: Seth Godin is looking for a software developer for the Squidoo team and he’s offering a $3000 finders fee.

  12. The Mad Ape says:

    I wish I had known this a couple of days ago when I renewed mine. Oh well sucks to be me!

    1. Kym Huynh says:

      It was only a couple of dollars either way. Not THAT big a loss 🙂

  13. ProBlog says:

    Thank you John ! I have to renew 3 domains 💡

  14. Spiros says:

    Thanks John for the information, I have to renew 3 domains ❗

  15. Ryan says:

    I’ve not paid full price at GoDaddy for a couple of years now. They always have GoDaddy coupon codes posted at I’d bet I’ve used OHY3 100 times!

    1. Kym Huynh says:

      Haha I haven’t used full price at GoDaddy either. Why when you have so many free coupons available?

    2. Matt says:

      Cheers mate.

      For some reason John’s didn’t work for me. But one of the ones listed on that site worked :D. Saved me $26 total 🙂

      The 2x .Net something offer.

  16. Sheesh how many domains you had to renew to have a $100+ invoice? How much their services might suck (especially the hosting, from my past experience) i love GoDaddy because of several coupons and discounts. I receive like 2-3 emails from GoDaddy a week with coupons and stuff to save money.

    1. Kym Huynh says:

      Some people I know have hundreds of domains. They just sell them for a nice profit.

      1. Used to be on that business (but was more into the fast get-rid-of scheme). Never really managed to have such high bills on just renewing my own domains (even tho I fill my enom account almost every single month).

      2. Alan Johnson says:

        There are definitely people raking in some more than worthwhile profits and…let’s just say that their portfolio contains a lot more than a few hundred domains 🙂

        Alan Johnson

  17. Frugal Dad says:

    Very timely post, I’ve got a few to renew myself and put these codes to the test. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  18. Ramanujam says:

    I guess these don’t work if you by from TDNAM.
    I buy a lot at TDNAM and a 10% off would save me good money 🙂
    Today was the first time i got a off at TDNAM….
    Guys, if you have TDNAM coupon code do post it here so that it is helpful for people.

  19. I had the first one, but the 20% one will come in handy soon 😆

    Thanks, John.

    1. Yes the 20% code is good and so is the $6.95 dot com code 😈

  20. I use private registration on all my domains too after starting getting alot of spammy calls off “new” domain parking firms and spammy letters too 👿

  21. Honest Ed says:

    That’s actually funny John, b/c I wrote a piece yesterday on how switching to NameCheap from Godaddy can save you a bundle on private registration:

    1. Godaddy is better because, although namecheap are trying to wear it off since they got ICANN creditted they are still the “cool reseller”

  22. Dave says:

    I’ve been using OYH3 for about a year now.

    I’m going to check out namecheap from the above comment though, sounds pretty good.

  23. If Bob Parsons wasn’t such a weenie I’d take you up on the offer. Sneaky with the private domains there. Is that just to hide them from spammers or evil affiliate marketers? 👿

  24. Adam says:

    Thanks for the info. I am helping my friend buy some domain names and he should be happy with the discounts.

  25. Chirag says:

    i think you are a great man because great man can only do such great things.. I think you are a genius thank for your regularly updates you are really good friends 😆

  26. GoDaddy is my domain register of choice. I do appreciate the discounts. For those of us that own an embarrassing amount of domain names having all of them in one source is extremely helpful.

    I have never used Godaddy as a host but I have heard that their offerings are wonderful. Even if you have a separate hosting plan, they make it very easy to redirect. I could go on and on. But I’ll stop there.

    John, Thanks for the coupons. Congrats on the article in Entrepreneur! I’m looking forward to a post about “Increasing traffic by getting published.”

  27. I have nothing good to say about GoDaddy – these guys oversell, over complicate and hold your domains ransom.

    NameCheap are much better and I don’t care if they charge more!

  28. Oleg Aksenov says:

    What can you guys say about 1&1 for as domains compared to GoDaddy?
    I have been using them for few months, but do not have any experience with GoDaddy. At the time the obvious advantage of 1&1 was the price. I see now it is like $6.12 for .com and private registration is free.

  29. Will says:

    don’t do it! godaddy is tricking you to use their service and it isn’t too good 🙁

    1. Alan Johnson says:

      Given their impressive market share, they don’t have to trick anyone into anything 🙂

      Alan Johnson

  30. Thank you John ! Saved me U$30 on renewals

  31. ANother says:

    Better still skip godaddy and namecheap altogether and go with – free private whois – not crappy 1 year only and cheaper per order domains that both the above.

  32. dcr says:

    Thanks for the codes! I registered a new name today for a new blog. Muhahahahaha!

    1. Will says:

      I wonder if you’re allowed to register something with the coupons and then transfer it right after?

  33. dailyreader says:

    theres a blog at that has a more current list of active godaddy coupons than fatwallet

  34. Godaddy just called me yesterday to find out about me renewing domains. I didnt call them back yet, but they said they could save me some money. Probably no more than just using codes though.

  35. balootisme. says:

    thanks chow for this coupon… 😈

  36. Adwords Exam says:

    If you do private registrations, Namecheap is definately a better choice since the first year with them is free. I used to register with Godaddy but after trying Namecheap, I never looked back since.

    1. Alan Johnson says:

      Personally, I have a few domains registered with NameCheap as well but prefer GoDaddy, I’ve gotten used to them over time and am extremely comfortable with this company.

      Alan Johnson

      1. GoDaddy are a great company, I’ve used them for every domain name I have ever had.

        Thanks for providing those coupons John.

  37. Haroon says:

    Thanx for sharing john
    I have some domain which will be expiring soon. I will use these coupon while renewing

  38. Thanks for the copouns, John, they came at a useful time.

    I’m wondering if you would consider writing a post on the pluses and minuses of privaste or hidden domain registration details? Persoanlly, I don’t hide my domain details (I have only a few), but I might expand quite abit. Also, purely from personal opinon, I always look up domains of people I am considering dealing with, and while it is not necessarily a deal breaker, hidden details always raise my caution flag … in otherwords, they start out one strike down. Your thoughts would be valuable.

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