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Get a .MONSTER Domain Name from Hover

You're a monster truck owner, driver, and enthusiast. Aside from being a renowned driver in the space, you are also a go-to resource for other drivers and fans. Your website offers reviews of products related to your industry, event recaps, interviews with others in the space, and so much more. People come to you for all things monster truck. You knew when you launched your website that you needed a domain name that spoke to your monstrous takeover of the industry. You're the big name. You grabbed your brand at a .MONSTER domain to make it known.

No matter what you're the monster of, you're the biggest and the wildest and the best in your field. Own your space with a .MONSTER domain name.

Registrations, Renewals, & Transfers
$15.99/ year

Why Own .MONSTER

For scary good ideas. .MONSTER is a domain for creatives, masters of their craft, and the modern-day renegades. Customers choose .MONSTER domain name extensions for their scary good ideas.

A Little History About .MONSTER

The .MONSTER domain name was released on Hover on the 1st of April 2019 at 1400 UTC. The .MONSTER Generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) was formerly a brand TLD, owned and operated by recruitment platform Monster. It was recently acquired by XYZ LLC. Since acquisition, XYZ LLC has secured a few premium domains and plans to release .MONSTER to the public.

What do I get with my .MONSTER 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.