.PRESS Pricing

TLD 1 Year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5 years 6 years 7 years 8 years 9 years 10 years
Sole .PRESS registration $61.00 $122.00 $183.00 $244.00 $305.00 $366.00 $427.00 $488.00 $549.00 $610.00
.PRESS with hosting $61.00 $122.00 $183.00 $244.00 $305.00 $366.00 $427.00 $488.00 $549.00 $610.00

TLD Details

TLD Registrar-Lock Transfers Edit WHOIS ID Protect Registration Period
.PRESS yes yes (EPP) yes yes 1-10 years

Registering .PRESS Domains

These days, because of the millions of domain names registered online, it's difficult to acquire the exact domain name that you want. Still, most of the domain names are restricted to only several generic domain name extensions, for example .COM or .NET. In case you're looking for a domain name extension that will make your domain name a lot more unique, which will allow it to stand out from the crowd, in that case .PRESS is the ideal choice. The .PRESS TLD is just rising in popularity, therefore there are plenty of attractive domain names still obtainable. You can get not just a domain name which suits the name of your company, but also a domain name which matches your site's specialized niche.

With CyanHosts you can obtain a .PRESS domain name for just $61.00 a year.

.PRESS Domain Names with CyanHosts

You've arrived at the best place in case you are searching for a home for your .PRESS domain names. Being fully featured and easy to use at the same time, our Domain Manager tool will place domain management at your fingertips. You will be the sole master of all the essential DNS and WHOIS controls for your domain name. Want to have many domains? Not an issue! Handling a number of domains is really as easy as pie with our priceless instrument, it's guaranteed.

In addition, if you are a hosting account user too, then you are by now aware of the fact the Domain Manager is actually integrated into our Web Hosting Control Panel, which contains a different website administration section too. Yup! Here, sites and domains are controlled from the very same place and users don't have to adapt to new interfaces.