Domains Help

Renew my expired domains

Quickly identify which domains are expired so you can manually renew them. Some domains may include a redemption fee.

  1. Sign in to your GoDaddy Domain Portfolio. (Need help logging in? Find your username or password.)
  2. Select Expiration above your domain list to filter your view.
    Screenshot showing a red rectangle around the expiration button
  3. Choose which filter option you prefer:
    • Custom dates: Set a custom date range to view just the domains expiring in that time frame.
    • Expires in 30 days: View only domains that will expire in the next 30 days.
    • Expired: View all domains that are currently expired.
    • Expired 18 days ago: View all domains that expired in the last 18 days. These domains may include a redemption fee when renewing.
  4. Select Apply to filter your domain list.
  5. Select the checkboxes next to the domains you'll be updating. Or, select the checkbox next to Domain Name and then choose Select All.
    screenshot of multiple domains selected
  6. Select Renew Now from the action menu.
    • Depending on your screen size, you may need to select the More menu to see Renew Now.
  7. Choose your renewal settings, then select Continue.
    • Select the checkbox next to Turn on Auto-renew to make sure your domain registration continues uninterrupted.
  8. Finish renewing your domains during checkout in the cart.

Related steps

  • Sync your domain renewal dates with ConsoliDate.
  • Some domains may have special requirements for recovering after expiration.

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