Multi-Year Discounts in our Dot UK Domains Spring Sale

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Special offer on UK domains in the Blacknight Spring Sale, covering multi-year registrations booked before May 31.

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve got a special offer on UK domains, covering multi-year registrations booked before May 31.

.UK, is the official domain for the United Kingdom. It’s also available to entities outside Britain who have a legitimate interest, for example, in trading with customers in the UK.

And while it’s now possible to register ‘second-level’ domain names directly on the .UK root (e.g. yourname.UK), .UK domains are best known in three main ‘flavours’: .CO.UK, .ORG.UK and .ME.UK, and these remain popular with both registrants and the public.

.CO.UK is the classic flavour; the Sunday roast, if you will. It’s the original domain for British business; one of the most established and popular domains in the world. You do not need an address in the United Kingdom or even in the European Union to register a .CO.UK domain name.

.ORG.UK is for fund raising and social causes; charities, NGOs and non-profits.

.ME.UK is for individuals – people with a message or a personal brand. The alternative email or website for unique individuals who want to stand out.

Special offer on UK domains in the Blacknight Spring Sale, covering multi-year registrations booked before May 31.

Multi-Year Value on UK Domains

Dot-UK domains are great value at Blacknight: just €7.99 to register for the first time, or to renew an existing domain name. But for a limited time only, we’ve got a discount on multi-year registrations, saving you up to 62% over 10 years.

Register or renew a UK domain before May 31, and the second year is yours for just €5.99, or a total of €13.98. Get 3 years for €16.99, 5 for €24.49, or 10 years for €42.99, or an average annual cost of just €4.30. All prices are exclusive of VAT.

Research indicates that UK domain names engender a high degree of trust with British consumers.  According to the latest Annual Consumer Tracking Survey conducted by the UK registry, 91% of people said they would click first on a website ending in .UK when shopping online compared to other ‘newer’ domain endings. 73% said they would click first on a website ending in .UK compared to other ‘established’ domain endings.

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