Namecheap Coupon Codes – September 2011

Oh wow – September happened and I didn’t even notice it! 😯

Sorry if you’ve been coming here looking for the Namecheap Coupon Codes for September 2011 – I hope that I can convince you that they’re better late than never…

The codes are:

  • HOTNCOLD for one year registrations of com/net/org/biz
  • MellowFall – 10% discount for VPS packages
  • WindOfChange – 10% discount for shared hosting packages

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’ll keep bringing you these codes as long as I can find 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!

About The Author


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.


  • nhl

    21st September, 2011

    I was wondering if anyone has experience with NameCheap as a domain registrar only (not their hosting). What did you think? Are their hidden fees? Fairly easy to use?

    How would you compare it to your experiences elsewhere if any?

    If you don’t like it, what would you suggest and why.

  • John

    21st September, 2011

    I’ve found NameCheap to be a great domain registrar. I’ve been using them for several years now after being exclusively with 1&1 and can honestly say that in my opinion, they’re the best out there. I use them only as a registrar – all my hosting is now coming from Hostgator, who I also recommend strongly.

    I have clients who use all manner of registrars and hosts and it never ceases to amaze me how bad some of them can be, so I always count my blessings that I found the great combination of NameCheap and Hostgator.