Superlative domain name backorder Includes the cost of registering the domain name.
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What is the process of a backorder
What happens after I backorder a domain?
We attempt to acquire a currently registered domain that you want to own when it becomes available. Placing a backorder doesn't guarantee that you'll get the domain. The current registrant might renew the domain, or we might be unsuccessful in our attempt to purchase it for you. The full backorder process depends on where the domain is currently registered and if it goes through Superlative Expiring Domain Auctions.
If you placed the first backorder for a domain name that you want to acquire, we submit an opening bid of $25 USD on your behalf, and we email you about the auction. If someone outbids you, you can place a higher bid, or apply the backorder credit to another domain name or keep the backorder on the same domain to try again the next time it expires.
If you won the auction, we'll move the domain into your account within 45 days with a one year registration. After the domain name is in your account, put your new domain to work with email and a website.
What if someone else wins the bid
If the domain name that you wanted went to auction and someone outbid your offer, you can apply the backorder credit to another domain name or keep the backorder on the same domain to try again the next time it expires.