What is domain redemption status?

Redemption is the status that most TLDs enter if they are not renewed in time.

When the domain expires, your website and mail service will stop functioning, and no changes can be made to the domain.

However, for generic TLDs (.com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, etc.), you will have a 20-day expiration grace period after the actual expiration date during which you can renew, i.e., reactivate a domain.

If you do not renew the domain within this grace period, it may be placed into auction for a week. If not sold, it enters a "redemption period" at the Registry.

In order to reinstate it at this stage, there is a $90 up to $200 redemption fee plus a regular renewal cost for the domain. If the domain is not re-instated at this stage within 31 days, it enters a PendingDelete status at the Registry. On the 6th day, the domain in question should be released to the public for re-registration.

Normally, generic TLDs get released approximately 80-85 days after the expiration date *if not* auctioned off.

Please note that once the domain has been released, the registration is carried out on a first come, first served basis.

If your domain is in a redemption state and you would like to reactivate it, submit a ticket to support department and provide with your domain and account details.
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