Namecheap Coupon Codes – June 2012

Having just spent a fortnight in the sun, thanks to my Internet Marketing business, I’m pleased to be able to bring you this month’s Namecheap Coupon Codes.

Over the last month, I seem to have registered more new domains than normal so these coupons have come in very handy.  I guess I got a little carried away with the free tool that I brought you last month – DomainSamurai!

What about you?  Are you registering more domains than usual too, or is it just me?  Let me know in the comments…

Anyway – here are the Namcheap Coupon Codes for June 2012:

  • DEDOMAIN will give you discounted com/net/org/biz transfers and registrations AND .DE domain new registrations (only $6.40). This code is limited to 30 domains per customer and is only available for the month of June 2012.
  • BDAYCA has been extended giving you .CA new registration for only $8.99 for the first year.  Limited to 10 per customer – offer valid while supplies last.
  • POWERUSER will get you 25% off your first billing cycle for their Premium Hosting Package.

As always, remember that you can also claim a 25% discount on your web hosting with the company that I recommend even more highly than Namecheap – Hostgator by using the coupon IMwithJohn25.  I’ve just moved most of my sites to a Virtual Private Server (VPS) at Hostgator and am loving the improved performance!

Check back each month where I’ll keep bringing you these codes as long as I can find them, as long as people are still getting value out of them.  All I ask is that if you find them useful, you use my affiliate links to buy:

Once you’ve got your new domains setup, why not call back here and share the URL in the comments?  It’s always great to see how people are using these coupon codes and if you’d like me to continue bringing them, please let me know in the comments below.

About The Author

John

John is a Senior Solutions Engineer for a U.S. IT company, specialising in Software Defined IT Infrastructure. He has an extensive background in IT and spends way too much time sitting at his PC's, making videos for himself and other Internet marketers and dreaming of spending more time boating. He's also passionate about Jesus.

2 Comments

  • mike

    2nd June, 2012

    NameSILO

    Hello? Cheaper all the time. Go to their site and Type in “Coupon” and it will take you to their coupon page. No Gimmicks or Tricks. They only do registrations and they are not a reseller. They also have a telphone number. FREE Privacy protection all the time, even at renewal.

    So why in the world would you pay more to use NameCheap who isn’t really a registrar at all? Baffeling.

    Plus if you want to be an affiliate you can, just sign up on their site. You’ll make a lot more money because the prices are a lot better making it much easier to sell.

  • John

    2nd June, 2012

    Hi Mike,

    You make valid points that Namecheap are 1) resellers rather than registrars, and 2) or rarely the cheapest on the market. However, in spite of these 2 points I stand by my recommendations for a number of reasons:

    1) I’ve only ever had GREAT service from Namecheap, which I can’t say about any of the other multitude of domain registration services that I’ve used.
    2) The response time is really fast! With some registrars, it can take several hours to several days before the DNS update propagates after registering a domain whereas it’s usually only a few minutes for Namecheap.
    3) Namecheap understand Internet Marketers. It never ceases to amaze me how many people are unaware that there a large number of domain providers out there who will shut your domains down at the drop of a hat if they get just ONE spam complaint. Namecheap prefer to engage in conversation to avoid being targeted by a malicious competitor or even from being the victim of an over-zealous affiliate. Many other companies are not so understanding.

    Please note that I’m not saying that NameSILO’s no good – just that having tried MANY domain providers, I’ve found that Namecheap is the best fit for my business and hence the one that I recommend.

    God bless,
    -John.