Get a .FAN Domain Name from Hover

You've been giving raving reviews for as long as you can remember. What started as a forceful introduction of your top movie picks on all your friends, slowly grew into quips on social media, and finally a fully functioning website complete with blogs and video reactions. Everyone knows that you're the person to go to if they need to know what's happening in the film industry, honest reviews of those award-winning films, and lists of the obscure, the cooky, and the emotional films. Films are you're bread and butter and you're definitely a fan.

No matter what you're a fan of, you know that you need a domain name that spells it out. Attract more fans to your favourite things with a .FAN domain name.

Registrations, Renewals, & Transfers
$44.99/ year

Why own the .FAN Domain Name

Show your passion and support with .FAN. You're a big supporter and want to show you're part of a crowd of outspoken enthusiasts. You wear your allegiance proudly and want others to share in the excitement. .FAN can be used for digital ad campaigns, fan community emails, fan websites, live events and meet-ups, social handles and much more.

A Little History of .FAN

The .FAN domain is managed by Donuts Inc. This Generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) became available to the public on December 12th 2018. It is available for registration by anyone without restriction.

What do I get with my .FAN domain?

  • Available Terms 1–10 years
  • WHOIS Privacy Supported Yes
  • Transfer Lock Supported Yes
  • Auth Codes Required for Transfer Yes
  • DNSSEC Supported Yes
  • Tiered Price Supported Yes

    This domain extension supports tiered price domain names. Tiered pricing means that the domain registry has marked some some domain names within this extension as costing more or less than others. Tiered pricing domain names will appear with a blue star, and they have different registration prices than normal. Hover offers tiered pricing to give you the most options when it comes to buying domain names. Tier prices are determined by the registry, and not Hover.