Dot TODAY Pricing

TLD 1 Year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5 years 6 years 7 years 8 years 9 years 10 years
Sole .TODAY registration $23.99 $47.98 $71.97 $95.96 $119.95 $143.94 $167.93 $191.92 $215.91 $239.90

TLD Details

TLD Registrar-Lock Transfers Edit WHOIS ID Protect Registration Period
.TODAY yes yes (EPP) yes yes 1-10 years

.TODAY Domain Names Registration

Getting the proper domain name can be difficult - presently there are countless .COM domain name already registered. And you need your domain name to sound attractive, so visitors can remember it after they visit it once. In addition, you need it to convey the nature of your sites from just a single look. When you use a .TODAY domain name you will be able to have all of that. The .TODAY domain extension was offered for public registration just lately, which means that there're tons of eye-catching domain names to choose from. Furthermore, it's more appealing and you will be able to create creative combos that will be immediately remembered by all of your potential customers.

With Web Hosting World you could purchase a .TODAY domain name for only $23.99 a year.

.TODAY Domain Name Management with Web Hosting World

The Domain Manager interface designed by Web Hosting World is an ideal home for your new .TODAY domain. It's both fully featured and easy-to-navigate, so it can be used by both power users and web hosting rookies. You'll enjoy quick access to the basic DNS settings and, with only a single click, assign an URL redirection. The Domain Manager furthermore will allow you to control multiple domain names at the same time with ease. As free gift, if you are searching to broaden your worldwide web presence, you'll be able to make use of our limitless domain parking offer.

If you also have a hosting account with Web Hosting World, it is possible to manage both your websites along with your domain names from the very same Control Panel - our Web Hosting Control Panel. You don't have to switch between a variety of website management and domain management interfaces any more.