Shortcut to the Drop Report by going to
Every day thousands of domain names expire because the owner has forgotten to
pay, can't afford to, or doesn't want the name anymore. There are some
fantastic and highly valuable names that expire and the Drop Report lets you know
which names and when.
Domains are not available until they are dropped by VeriSign on the list day between
2:00 - 2:15 PM PST. Top domains (3 letters and dictionary words) will be registered within milliseconds of being dropped
by highly competitive firms. However, many great names will go unclaimed for days/weeks. If you see one you want
and it's available, purchase it immediately especially if it's the same day it dropped.
Click on a domain to see if it is still (or yet) available.
If you would like is to professionally attempt to acquire a domain,
click here. We need 24 hour notice.
TIP: check back daily for the next drop list (around 2:00PM PST).
TIP: 3 letter domains are very rare, you probably won't find any. However 3 character
domains (letters and numbers) get dropped daily and are often valuable. A name like ours "2Ya.com"
can sell for thousands in auction. 4 letter domain names are rare but still dozens get dropped daily (and go fast).
These are worth getting if you like the arrangement of letters. Some form great
acronyms, clever pronunciations, or are just plain catchy. The shortness has real value.
Other domains that have high value are those that have commercial or branding appeal.
Dictionary words and popular keywords also make for a great domain name.
We used this very tool awhile back, to find and purchase the domains
“hereweb.com”, "2truth.com", "2future.com", "24ex.com", “ebored.com” and “hitart.com”.
Keep a look out, you may find domains that you want to use for yourself, or believe have resell value.
TIP: Some domains were once existing websites and are still linked to from other sites, which means
free traffic if you register it! You can search for a particular domain name on google.com, and they will tell you if
any other sites have links to or contain the words of that domain.