Renew Domains (Strikingly)

 
What happens to my Strikingly domain when it turns a year old?

If you bought a domain on the 1st of January 2014 and you were charged $24.95 for the domain, you get to use that domain for a year, until the 1st of January 2015. (If you do not renew it, the domain will be under a 40-day grace period, and then return to the market.)
 
What if you want to use it again on the next year? This is where renewal process comes in. 

You will receive emails prompting you about domain renewals, you'd get 4 in total. 90 days , 60 days, 30 days before expiration and 5 days before expiration.

You have the option to set domain renewals to automatic -- setting this ON will renew the domain automatically without prompting you. You will be charged automatically, ensuring that the domain does not expire.

How do I change my domain's auto-renewal settings?

1. Login to your domain dashboard.

 
 
2. Click Settings. Tick the box beside "Auto-renew on next renewal date?" if you want your domain to renew. Otherwise, remove the check mark if you don't want to renew your domain. 

 A few points to consider:
 
  • If you have not set auto-renew on your domain page, you will start getting emails  asking for domain renewals. 
  • If you got the domain free from our PRO or Limited plans, your first domain is free, as  long as you stay with us, we will cover the $24.95 cost every year. You will be charged $24.95 seven days before expiration date and then you will be credited the $24.95 on your plan's yearly bill!
  • If you want a new free domain, unfortunately this is not possible.  (Please choose and spell your domains carefully.)
 
Feel free to email us at support@strikingly.com or chat with us if you have more questions!
 
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