Godaddy Renewal Coupon Codes Updated for February 2017
New Feature: GoDaddy has offer a new service called the GoDaddy Domain Discount Club. Once you join the club they will give you heavily discounted offerings on new and renewing domains. We will still feature all the renewal coupon codes that we can. We will also keep testing out these codes each week to ensure that they are still working and valid.
We also have a 33% off promo code for the Domain Discount Club. You can either scroll down or click on the preceding sentence to view the promo code in question.
Important Note: While many of GoDaddy’s promo codes have stopped working, there are still a few promo codes that will save you quite a bit on domains and hosting, and we have them all listed here. We will keep updating this list of codes as codes expire. Here’s our guess as to why? this is happening now.
Best Godaddy Renewal Coupons Right Now:
Save 30% Off All New Products:Show Couponcjc2off30
Save $15 Off Your Order of $75 or More:Show Couponcjc30c
GoDaddy Domain Renewal Coupon: Save $10 when you spend $50 or moreShow CouponACOSKS65
This coupon code was tested this week for domain renewals and it was working. Here’s proof.
We also tested it successfully for hosting renewals. Here’s proof.
GoDaddy Hosting Renewal Coupon: Save 20% Off Hosting:Show Couponhostvip20
While you save the most on hosting plans, this renewal code will work for Domains and other renewing GoDaddy products as well.
This code is valid and working: save 20% off the renewal price of any hosting plan.
Save 33% on Discount Domain Club membershipShow CouponCJCRMN33
This coupon code was tested recently and it was working. Here’s proof.
Get 30% off All New Products:Show Couponcjc1off30
Save 50% Off Shared Hosting:Show Couponcjc1hos5
Register a New .COM Domain for $1.99!Show Couponcjc99com
Existing GoDaddy Customers: Register a New .COM for $3:Show Couponcjc3cp
Save 28% Off New Products:Show Couponcjc28c
Get 25% Off WordPress Hosting:Show Couponcjc25wp1
Get a .NET Domain Name for $8.99:Show Couponcjc899new
Save 30% Off Reseller Hosting:Show Couponcjc30rest
Get a .ORG Domain for $10.99:Show Couponcjcorg
Register a .CA Domain for $9.99:Show Couponcjcdomca
Godaddy Renewal FAQ:
Why doesn’t GoDaddy offer renewal coupons anymore?
Previously GoDaddy had been one of the only companies to offer coupons codes specifically for domain and hosting renewals, but they have recently (as of June 2014) discontinued these in favour of offering memberships for their Discount Domain Club. This decision has been met with a mixed response from GoDaddy customers.
What is the Discount Domain Club and what are membership benefits?
This Discount Domain Club is a new loyalty rewards program from GoDaddy. Customers who pay the yearly fee to join the club get special promotions and reduced prices on domain renewals. This table outlines the savings on some top level domains:
|Domain||Regular Price||Discount Domain Club Price||Savings|
For a full list of domain name discounts please see this page. With the Discount Domain Club membership you also get a one-year membership to GoDaddy Auctions and CashParking. If you already have a GoDaddy Auctions account then you get a one-year renewal for that account, and if you already have a Cash Parking account then you either get a free upgrade to a premium account or you get an additional premium account.
You can use the coupon above to save 33% on your Discount Domain Club membership (sale price of $60.29), you are not able to combine the Discount Domain Club domain renewal prices with any of their general coupon code promotions (‘Save $10 when you spend $50’, for example).
GoDaddy Transfer Coupon Codes:
What some people have been doing is registering new domains with GoDaddy for $1.99, and then using these coupon codes to transfer them to a more budget friendly domain registrar like Namecheap. These coupon codes will help you do that:
$1.99 .COM Transfer Coupon Code:Show CouponTTB199
Another $1.99 .COM Transfer Coupon:Show Coupon199MYLF
$2.99 .COM Transfers:Show CouponTDE295ES
How Long Can I Renew For?
You can renew a domain for up to 9 years. Here is the trick on that one, from the shopping cart page the maximum term you can select is 5 years. However if you renew from the domain manager you can select a 9 year term. This screenshot shows you where.
How do I redeem GoDaddy renewal coupon codes?
After you have selected your products that you would like to renew proceed to the ‘Checkout’ (NOT the ‘Express Checkout’, that will take you through to the final payment page with all of your products at full price). At the bottom of the Checkout page there is a link that says ‘Have a Promo Code?’
Click on that to expand the Promo Code box, enter your code, and then hit the ‘Apply’ button to see your discount removed from your bill’s total.
From there you can proceed to the checkout and finalize your payment. Sometimes GoDaddy will automatically apply discounts for you, it will be obvious as the total on the right hand side of the checkout page will already be reduced. GoDaddy always displays the amount of money that you saved under the final total, so if there is no discount displayed then that means that no discount has been applied yet.
A Little Background on The Company We Know As “GoDaddy”
GoDaddy has a bit of a tumultuous history, with controversial ad campaigns and questionable behavior on the part of former CEO Bob Parsons. Despite all that, GoDaddy became the largest ICANN-accredited registrar in 2005, continues to register the most domains in the business, and offers many more products and services beyond just domain registration. Until 2001 Network Solutions had been the only place you could register a domain. You can purchase Linux and Windows based web hosting at various service levels, virtual private servers, dedicated servers, email services, website builders, and participate in domain auctioning and cash parking.
GoDaddy’s biggest data center is a 270,000 square foot facility located near Phoenix, Arizona and their headquarters are in Scottsdale. Their data centers connect to a fiber optic network with maximum speeds of 20 GB/s.
Around the Web:
GoDaddy User Reviews – Kind of a mixed bag here, some people really love their products and support team and other people have not had as good of an experience. Full disclosure: I’ve used GoDaddy for almost 10 years for both domain registration and hosting and have always been happy with the service, although I’ve never had reason to call their customer support line so I can’t speak to that.
GoDaddy on Facebook – Their Facebook page has articles related to building and managing websites for small to medium sized businesses. They do not allow you to post anything to their Facebook wall but you can send them messages, I’m not sure how frequently they check those messages so if you need quick support you are probably better off contacting them directly through their support page.
Twitter – Join 185,000 others in following Godaddy. You’ll stay up to date on the latest Godaddy promotions and service announcements, and you can also get in touch with their customer service team this way.
Wikipeda: Godaddy – Godaddy’s official entry on Wikipedia. There you can learn about Godaddy’s original name, its controversial founder, as well as Godaddy’s controversies.
Godaddy Bowl – I just learned about this. There’s a college football game played every year called the Godaddy Bowl (it used to be known as the GMAC Bowl). It has almost nothing to do with renewals. I just thought it was neat.
Managing DNS with Godaddy:
You may have your domain registered with GoDaddy but your site hosted elsewhere. This video shows you how to manage the DNS so that your domain points to the correct place.