Dynadot.com Changes to Renewal & Transfer Policy: Reducing the renewal grace period

Dynadot.com has sent an email to all registrants on the renewal grace period change.

Current Fee Structure for Expired Domains at Dynadot.com:

  • 0 to 30 days after domain expiration: No extra fees
  • 31 to 40 Days from the domain name expiration : 10 USD as late fee
  • 41th day after domain expired – standard registry restoration fee

From september 18th onwards, Dynadot.com is removing the concept of late fee and after 30 days of a domain expiry by default all domains will enter into the “pending delete – restoration” status.

It means , registrants are expected to pay registry recommended restoration price if the registrant failed to renew a domain name after 30 days from the domain expiry date. Typical registry restoration fee will be in the range of 30 to 70 USD depends on the domain name extension. Some domain name extensions may charge slightly less or more than the range quoted earlier.

Below is the email Dynadot.com has sent, we have shared the same for your quick reference.

We’re writing to let you know about an important change we’re making to our renewal and transfer policies. These changes will go into effect on September 18, 2023 00:00 UTC. Thus, domain names that expire on the effective date and those expiring thereafter will be under the new policies.

Renewal Changes:

The renewal grace period will be changed from 40 days to 30 days.

After day 30, the domain can only be restored at the TLDs restore price.

The existing $10 late renewal fee will no longer be applicable.

Transfer Changes:

After day 30 of the expiration date, domain names must be restored at the TLDs restore price before they can be transferred out.

If you have any questions regarding the new renewal and transfer policies, feel free to contact us through our support channels and we’ll be happy to help. Please note this mailbox isn’t monitored.

All the best,



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