Domain expiry checker
A free tool to check the expiry date of domain
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a website domain?
In layman's terms, the domain is the name of your website. It is what comes after the www. in your website address. This domain is how people identify your website and, if you use a dedicated business email for that website, this domain will come after the @ in your email address. For example, if your website address is www.example.com, your domain name is example.com and, if you register an email for that website, it will be firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does the Domain Expire tool do?
The Domain Expire tool allows you to check the expiration date of any domain - whether you own this domain name or not. As a result, you can renew your domains before they expire. If you plan on buying a domain that has already been registered, you can check if it will expire anytime soon.
How can I use the Domain Expire tool? We have designed this domain expiry checker with simplicity in mind. All you have to do is type in/paste the domain you want to check, press the “check” button, and you’ll get specific details on when exactly the domain will expire.
How can I remember when a domain will expire?
You can add a reminder of the date to your digital diary using one the buttons below the domain expiry date.
What happens if my domain expires?
Buying a domain name doesn’t mean that you own it forever. Once a domain that you’ve purchased expires, its ownership will return to the registrar from which you’ve purchased the domain. When that happens, and until you renew your license, your domain will be up for grabs.
Anyone can purchase this domain and, if they do, you’ll have to buy it from them, if they’re willing to sell it, or lose it permanently. That’s why renewing your domain on time - and knowing its expiry data - is extremely important. Keep in mind that most domain registrars offer a grace period after a domain expires. During that period, you still have a chance to renew your domain and prevent its ownership from transferring back to the registrar.