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Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals for .CA domains

See what domain sales are taking place this Black Friday/Cyber Monday.
By Erin Hutchison
Content Marketing and Social Media Specialist

If you’ve always wanted to start a photography website or a blog about your dog, now is as a great time to get started.

Why’s that? Well, in addition to all the deals on TVs, smart speakers and drones that are available; several .CA registrars are offering some great Black Friday/Cyber Monday savings! Check them out:


  • Price: $0.77 CAD for a one-year .CA domain registration. Comes with advanced DNS controls, domain forwarding, award-wining Canadian support and a free parked page.
  • When: Until December 6, 2019.
  • More details/buy now: Visit Doteasy’s website. Limited quantities are available.


  • Price: $0.01 CAD for the first year, $19.99 second year. You can purchase additional .CA domains to protect your brand, add domain ownership protection, build a website, add hosting, and more when you purchase a domain name.
  • When: November 26, 2019 – December 31, 2019.
  • More details/buy now: Visit GoDaddy’s website.


  • Price: $10.99 (save $8) CAD for a one-year .CA domain registration. Comes with a one-page website, advanced DNS, 3 months of free email, free website migration.
  • When: November 29, 2019 – December 31, 2019.
  • More details/buy now: Visit Rebel’s website.


  • Price: $8.99 CAD for a one-year .CA registration.
  • When: November 28, 2019 – December 3, 2019.
  • More details/buy now: Visit Webnames’ website.

Stumped on picking a good domain name for your website? Being the .CA registry, we know a thing or two about domain names so we put together a helpful online domain guide for Canadians.

About the author
Erin Hutchison

Erin brings to CIRA a background of marketing experience in higher education and the not-for-profit sector. In 2015, she participated in ISOC’s Youth@IGF Programme and traveled to Guadalajara, Mexico to attend the IGF. She has a Bachelor of International Business from Carleton University.