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In the Domain Manager, you can set your domain names to renew automatically, or you can renew them manually.
You can also set your domain names to maintain specific registration lengths with Extended Auto-Renew. For more information, see What is Extended Auto-Renew?
To Renew Your Domain Names
- Log in to your Account Manager.
- Next to Domains, click Launch.
- Select the domain name(s) you want to renew.
- From the Renew menu, select Renew Domain.
- From Renewal length, select the length of time for the renewal.
- In the Renewal setting section, select one of the following:
- Auto-Renew — We automatically renew your domain name(s) upon expiration.
- Extended Auto-Renew — Select the Registration length you want to maintain for your domain name(s). We will automatically renew them for one year on a yearly basis, so you consistently maintain that extended registration length. NOTE: Some domain name extensions do not allow this option.
- Manual — You must manually renew your domain name(s) prior to their expiration dates.
- (Optional) If the ConsoliDate option displays and you want to consolidate your renewal dates, select ConsoliDate the renewal date....
- Click Next.
- If you are consolidating renewal dates, select the month and day you want your domain names to renew, select I agree to the terms... to agree to the terms of consolidation, and then click Next.
- Select any options you want to add, and then click Next.
- If you added Domains By Proxy® private registration, select whether you want to use a new or existing account, and then complete the required fields. For more information about adding privacy, see Adding Private Registration to Your Domain Names.
- If you want to add related domain names to your order, select Yes!, and then click Next.
- Click OK. NOTE:If you selected Extended Auto-Renew with a registration length that is longer your current one, proceed through the checkout process. For example, if your domain name currently has one year of registration left and you selected Extended Auto-Renew with a registration length of five years, you must purchase the additional four years at this time. Then, on a yearly basis, we will automatically renew the domain name for one year to maintain the five-year registration length you selected.
In many cases, yes. It depends upon your domain name's extension and its registry rules.
If the registry for your domain name extension allows it, we hold your expired domain name for a few days waiting for you to renew it. For many domain name extensions (such as .com, .net, and .org) there is a grace period allowing you to renew the domain name after expiration without penalty. After the grace period for these extensions, you must pay a redemption fee plus the cost of regular renewal if you want to keep the domain name.
For some domain name extensions, primarily country code (ccTLD) extensions, there is no grace period. Once the domain name expires, you must pay a redemption fee plus renewal to keep the domain name.
For more information about the domain name expiration and redemption process, see What is your process for handling expired domain names? or check our Help information for your domain name's extension.
Can I renew a domain registered with another registrar through your company?
Yes. If you transfer the domain name to your account with us, you can renew it through us without paying the other registrar's renewal fees.
Remember that regulations for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) prohibit transferring a domain name that was registered or transferred within the last 60 days.
What is ConsoliDate?
With ConsoliDate you can consolidate the dates when your .com and .net domain names renew. It changes your renewal dates from your initial registration date to a date you select.
The price for using ConsoliDate to change the renewal dates is based on each domain name you select and the number of months required per domain name to renew to the date you specify. To process a ConsoliDate request, it must include a minimum of one month.
What is Extended Auto-Renew?
Having a multi-year registration tells your website's visitors that you plan to be a trusted, well-established online presence.
Extended Auto-Renew automatically renews your domain names each year to maintain their original registration lengths and prevent expiration. For example, if you select a registration length of five years for a domain name with Extended Auto-Renew, we automatically process a renewal each year to keep its expiration date five years in the future.
NOTE: Some domain name extensions do not allow this option.
If you set your domain names to auto-renew, we attempt to renew them and bill your credit card if the renewal is successful. If our billing attempt is unsuccessful, we send you three email messages asking you to update your payment information.
For instructions on enabling Extended Auto-Renew for your domain names, see Renewing Your Domain Names or Changing the Automatic Renewal Option for Your Domain Names.
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