The biggest new domains to hit the internet are here!
The first round of new domain extensions (also called nTLDs) are already live, and more will launch every week.
For soon-to-be-released domains, iPage offers Pre-Registration for General Availability. Pre-registering a domain gives you a better chance of securing the name you want. The new domains will be popular, so we recommend pre-registering. Get started by entering a domain or keyword in the search box above.
Please note that pre-registering a domain does not guarantee you will get it. If you don’t get the name however, your registration fee will be refunded. If multiple people pre-register the same name, an auction will determine who ultimately wins the domain.
New TLD Phases
New domains extensions are released to the general public. Domain inventory is searchable, and new domains can be registered on a first come, first-served basis.
Beat others who want the same names by submitting your name before the domain extension goes into live registration General Availability.
Early Access Period (EAP)
The Early Access Period (EAP) takes place the first seven days of a new TLD’s General Availability. During this time, domain names can be registered on a first come, first-served non-restricted basis. The EAP period is applicable only to specific new domain extensions.
Pay a premium to place your registration request ahead of the standard preregistration period.
Available only to Trademark Holders, this registration period, also known as Sunrise, is the first chance anyone has to register a new domain. However, you must have your trademark validated with the Trademark Clearinghouse before you can register your domain.