Sells for $60,000 from T.R.A.F.F.I.C. 2nd Bite Program

Morning Folks!!

It ain't over until it is over and the fat lady is still singing. Several more domains have sold in our 2nd Bite Program that ended yesterday. went for $60,000 and went for $1400. Congratulations to the buyers and the sellers.

There are still several other negotiations going on and a few more may be closed today. There are now 49 lots closed out of 103 far! 3 Lots were 'Guaranteed Placement'

On Monday or before we will list the next round of the 2nd Bite Program that is sure to add a few more sales and then we will repeat again on Wednesday with the domains that had bids and were close to selling.

If you are a seller and DON'T want to participate, please email me so I won't include your domain name.

And for those that forget quickly....this is what I stated in August:

'My job is to sell 100% of all the domains that are in the auction. 100%. Aim for the sky. That is what I am aiming for. We all know anything over 50% is really a good outcome, but I am still aiming for 100% and I am pretty confident, given what has already been submitted, that this is doable. Now of course I can only control the “Guaranteed Placements” to some degree. But even those must have some chance of actually selling.'

Have a GREAT Day!

Rick Schwartz


10 thoughts on “ Sells for $60,000 from T.R.A.F.F.I.C. 2nd Bite Program

  1. mike

    i tell you one thing……you are one fucking winner i know, you just keep winning, and never give up…
    This is one fawking thing I ADMIRE ABOUT YOU!!!

  2. Alexander

    It’s interesting. How many bids did we have for
    Can you provide the average qty of bids per one lot for domain names sold in different price range?
    Thank you in advanse,

  3. Tony for $60,000 is not a good sale for the owner. I know if Rick Schwartz owned that, he wouldn’t let it go for less than a couple million + residuals…
    I’d buy but I have a possible commitment to buy a $40,000 domain.

  4. Jack

    Would You be so kind as to publish the list of all sold domains along with the prices?

  5. puckerhuddle

    I was wondering what exactly”Guaranteed Placement” means in relation to this auction?

  6. BillW

    Just a sad guy filled with jealousy, bigotry and hate.
    No doubt clueless about the costs of putting on convention at a Ritz Carlton….for starters I would guess just a coffee break with 23% gratuity and 8% tax gotta be at least $20 per person. Easy to rack up a $15k -$30k A/V bill for a 3 day conference with just the basics.
    Whois info…maybe not even real.
    MUMBAI, MH 400061


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