Register a Domain Name and Get Web Hosting – PAID


Registering a domain and getting a paid web hosting plan has become so easy that a tutorial isn’t required.

However, we are going to talk about prices.

Keep in mind:

  • You won’t need high server resources for running a faucet so choosing the cheapest hosting plan is enough.
  • When installing the faucet script, you will need to create a new database so make sure you save the dashboard (cpanel) address, username and password, provided by the hosting company.
  • Most hosting plans are billed yearly, so even if it seems to be cheap (around $3 per month), keep in mind that you have to pay for 12 months, and that doesn’t include the domain name. So if you want paid hosting and domain, make sure your credit card has a balance of $30 to $50 available.

Let’s see some prices.

Sorted in random order, every deal has its pros and cons, it’s up to you which one you choose.

Also, these prices include a .com TLD, choosing a different TLD might increase or decrease the total value.

GoDaddy – $68.05 per year

  • .com domain: Free first year ($7.49 second year)
  • Cheapest hosting plan (Economy): $4.99/month – $59.88/year
  • Whois privacy: $7.99

NameCheap – $20.75 per year

  • .com domain: $10.69 + $0.18 ICANN Fee
  • Cheapest hosting plan (Value): $9.88/year
  • Whois privacy: Free

iPage – $45.87 per year

  • .com domain: Free first year
  • Cheapest hosting plan (Go): $2.99/month – $35.88/year
  • Whois privacy: $9.99/year

BlueHost – $71.28 per year

  • .com domain: Free first year
  • Cheapest hosting plan (Basic): $4.95/month – $59.40/year or $2.95/month – $106.20/3 years
  • Whois privacy: $0.99/month

HostGator – $59.75 per year

  • .com domain: $5.99/year
  • Cheapest hosting plan (Hatchling): $3.40/month – $40.81/year
  • Whois privacy: $12.95/year

AlpNames – $69.87 per year

  • .com domain: $3.99/year
  • Cheapest hosting plan (Platinum Plus): $5.49/month – $65.88/year
  • Whois privacy: Free

It’s also possible to buy a domain from one registrar and hosting from another.


Also, some TLDs are cheaper than a .com – for example .SPACE / .CLUB / .TOP / .US / .WIN / .PRO are all under $1 per year.

What’s your recommendation?

Having a paid domain increases your changes of getting accepted into advertising networks – this is where you’ll get your income from so it’s an important step. However, ad networks don’t have a preferred hosting.

If you don’t want to spend a lot of cash on a project that might work or not, you should:

  • Buy a domain without hosting
  • Park it on a free web hosting service such as 000webhost

You can check this tld-list and sort it by “Cheapest Registrar” – you’ll see that you have a lot of paid TLDs options for under $1 per year.

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