Expired .DELIVERY Domains

Registration Requirements

There is no special process needed to register a .DELIVERY domain name, no special action is needed on your end.

.DELIVERY Registry Information

Registration Service

http://www.donuts.domains/

Whois Server

whois.nic.delivery

Registration Date

2014-10-16

Registration Price

$46.00 Annually

Registered Domains

9,567

Whois Privacy

Yes

.DELIVERY Top Registrars

Registrar name Registered domains Share, %
GoDaddy.com, LLC 3,136 18.93%
NameCheap, Inc. 2,771 16.72%
Porkbun LLC 671 4.05%
Google LLC 550 3.32%
Name.com, Inc. 406 2.45%
Tucows Domains Inc. 349 2.11%
Dynadot, LLC 248 1.50%
Sav.com, LLC 198 1.20%
Gandi SAS 174 1.05%
NameSilo, LLC 152 0.92%

.DELIVERY Domain Sales

Domain Price Date Venue
number.delivery $46.00 2021-12-02 Sav.com
team.delivery $12.00 2021-11-11 Sav.com
med.delivery $100.00 2021-11-10 Sav.com
mr.delivery $3,348.00 2020-04-24 Sedo

What is the .delivery domain name?

The .delivery domain is an open generic top-level domain (gTLD) name that was proposed by Amazon and will be managed by the Google Registry Team.

The intended purpose of this TLD is to provide a dedicated domain space for businesses, organizations, and individuals who offer deliveries via the Web.

With This Service, you can Register .delivery

The main purpose of this gTLD is to provide the global online community with an easily recognizable and intuitive namespace for finding services that enable or facilitate the delivery of products or content.

TLDs that end with the string "delivery" are of particular interest to companies offering delivery services.

Services like delivery, shipping, or logistics providers may register domain names in this gTLD for their business. As an example, 'Fedex' could use this TLD to act as a namespace for all of its global web-based products and services related to deliveries.


Are there other companies offering delivery services?

The real question is, are you sure that there aren't any other companies using this TLD for their deliveries business? If the answer is positive, then you need to get yours today!


Is it compulsory to own a website before registering a .delivery domain name?

No, it's not compulsory at all. However, if you don't have one yet or simply want to make your site more appealing and user-friendly, register for a web address now!


What can you do with a .delivery domain name?

The uses of a .delivery domain name can be various:

- Any business, organization, or individual that offers delivery via the web.

- A website where you track your order from a company. If you have ordered something from Amazon, for example, you will be able to check all the status updates on your package directly at their own .delivery page.

- Delivery services that come to your home and help you with your packages. (e.g. Amazon Locker)

- A website that offers to assist you with any issues regarding deliveries or shipping (i.e.: insurance).


Why should I get a .delivery domain name for my restaurant, food truck, or catering business?

With the growing number of shopping websites and mobile apps that offer easy ordering, you'll need to build trust fast in order to maintain your online presence and customer loyalty.

With the .delivery gTLD, you'll be able to ensure that your customers can instantly recognize your brand when they are looking for delivery services on search engines like Yahoo! or Google.


How?

By offering them a .delivery domain name that not only reflects the quality of your services, but also the convenience and efficiency of your business.


Do I need to own a website to register for the .delivery domain name?

Yes, having your own website is required in order to register for this gTLD.

However, if you don't have one yet, you can use platforms like Shopify or Weebly where you can easily create and manage one within minutes!


Do I need to own a website to register for the .delivery domain name?

No, any individual or company can register and use a .delivery domain name as long as they offer delivery or shipping services: businesses without their own website do not necessarily incur costs related to technical elements such as hosting; those who already own websites can additionally benefit from having one more level of differentiation (they will be able to choose whether this new gTLD should become part of their existing domain name or if they want to use it as a new, dedicated URL).