New TLD pricing list

We have just rolled out an improved version of the New TLDs pricing list. The new interface gives users the ability to search for a specific domain as well as to filter domains based on the phase they are in. We are also indicating dates for future phases, which is something that most of you asked for. As of June 27th, we are also offering the option to download the data in .CSV format, something that a lot of you asked for.

Check out the new list and let us know what you think.

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  • What would be really really use full would be is a downloadable list of domains and prices. In say excel type spread sheet for uploading to website. With many of us using programs such as WHMCS for billing it would make life a lot easier to upload a list off domians and prices. That’s my 2 bits worth…

  • What would be really really use full would be is a downloadable list of domains and prices. In say excel type spread sheet for uploading to website. With many of us using programs such as WHMCS for billing it would make life a lot easier to upload a list off domians and prices. That’s my 2 bits worth…

  • Gustavo Arruda

    Hi Greg, what kind of information would you need? If we gave you the same information you see on the list in Excel format, would that help? Let us know and we can certainly consider adding it.

  • Gustavo Arruda

    Hi Greg, what kind of information would you need? If we gave you the same information you see on the list in Excel format, would that help? Let us know and we can certainly consider adding it.

  • Quite simple “Domain” , “price” not just these but all prices across all domains . And I would assume it would be set by the appropriate prices for that reseller?

  • Quite simple “Domain” , “price” not just these but all prices across all domains . And I would assume it would be set by the appropriate prices for that reseller?

  • Gustavo Arruda

    We’ll keep this in mind for the new pricing table we are developing. It’s great feedback.

  • Gustavo Arruda

    We’ll keep this in mind for the new pricing table we are developing. It’s great feedback.

  • George Norman

    Greg M. has my vote on this one too.

  • George Norman

    Greg M. has my vote on this one too.

  • FATCAT

    YEAH THAT IS GREGXACTLY WHAT WE NEED!

  • FATCAT

    YEAH THAT IS GREGXACTLY WHAT WE NEED!

  • Guest

    It’s what we need too, together with the exact time the gTLD goes into GA.
    Also (in Chrome at least) if you start typing and extension and then switch browser tabs and then switch back again the auto filter has reset. It would be good if the state could just remain as it is.

  • Guest

    It’s what we need too, together with the exact time the gTLD goes into GA.
    Also (in Chrome at least) if you start typing and extension and then switch browser tabs and then switch back again the auto filter has reset. It would be good if the state could just remain as it is.

  • Strzelecki

    It’s what we need too, together with the exact time the gTLD goes into GA if possible.

    Also (in Chrome at least) if you start typing and extension and then switch browser tabs and then switch back again the auto filter has reset. It would be good if the state could just remain as it is.

  • Strzelecki

    It’s what we need too, together with the exact time the gTLD goes into GA if possible.

    Also (in Chrome at least) if you start typing and extension and then switch browser tabs and then switch back again the auto filter has reset. It would be good if the state could just remain as it is.

  • dnsDomains

    Please make it available for downloading as a CSV, not excel. I really don’t want to have to manually convert it every time. Also it would be really nice if the list was available via an API command so we could automatically keep our prices current.

  • dnsDomains

    Please make it available for downloading as a CSV, not excel. I really don’t want to have to manually convert it every time. Also it would be really nice if the list was available via an API command so we could automatically keep our prices current.

  • Gustavo Arruda

    We really appreciate the input. We have just rolled out a new version of the list that offers the ability to export the list in CSV format. We have also added dates and prices for Sunrise, Landrush and GA. Please let us know if this suits your needs. We are still thinking about a more robust, all-encompassing list so stay tuned!

  • Gustavo Arruda

    We really appreciate the input. We have just rolled out a new version of the list that offers the ability to export the list in CSV format. We have also added dates and prices for Sunrise, Landrush and GA. Please let us know if this suits your needs. We are still thinking about a more robust, all-encompassing list so stay tuned!

  • Thanks Guys You always do provide whats needed!

  • Gustavo Arruda

    And let us know if you need anything else, Greg!

  • Rik Thomas

    Definitely has my vote too!!

  • emerion

    Nice, but the price list does not exist anymore, it redirects to the launch page.

  • Gustavo Arruda

    Hi emerion, it’s the other way around. The launch list now redirects to the pricing table. This new table consolidates the information. It makes it easier for you given that you do not need to look for information in 2 different places.

  • Oliver

    Where is the CSV file?

  • dtran55

    Hi Oliver,

    We are currently refining our database to ensure that each .CSV export contains the most accurate information. We are planning to roll this out shortly, so we’ll keep you posted when ready.

  • Oliver

    “As of June 27th, we are also offering the option to download the data in .CSV format, something that a lot of you asked for.” Is this June 2014 or June 2015.

  • Duong Tran

    It was for June 2014. Because we rolled out a new pricing table, we are working on an improved version of the ‘.CSV download’ feature. In the meantime, you can download a .CSV file that contains all upcoming domain extensions by signing up for our newsletter – http://opensrs.us3.list-manage2.com/subscribe?u=13d4782b22724a03f96459c03&id=cab41038e5

  • Oliver
  • John_Levine

    The CSV is gone, and we really need it so we know how much to charge our customers. Please fix it ASAP.

  • Gustavo Arruda

    We will be adding it back in soon. We understand how important the feature is. We’ll announce it when it’s live.

  • Gustavo Arruda

    We have added the CSV download back for new gTLDs. Please visit the new gTLD pricing table: https://opensrs.com/services/domains/new-tlds/new-tld-pricing/

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