Opportunity to Invest in Two Letter .PL ccTLD

LA.PL – Polish two letter ccTLD domain name is on auction at Aftermarket.pl – Polish biggest domain name aftermarket site. There is one bid at a value of about $4,150 US (12,000 PLN) and reserve is met. Dot PL is the 6th biggest ccTLD in Europe with 1.3 million domain names registered. Polish domain extension is also in TOP3 fastest growing TLDs in the world, which was recently reported by both Nominet and VeriSign.

To place a bid for LA.PL domain please visit:


Site is available in English and all transactions are secured with escrow service, so you are 100% safe when buying or selling Polish names at Aftermarket.pl. Auction ends on Dec/18/2008 8:00 CET (EST – 6:00).

You can use currancy converter to check current currency rate.

The highest reported two letter .pl domain sale was SS.PL auctioned for $31,816 US two months ago at Sedo (source InsideDomaining). The same buyer purchased SS.TV domain in July 2008 at Sedo for $21,500 US (source DNForum).

Anyone can be owner of .pl domain. You don’t need to have address or live in Poland to own Polish domain name. There is also no limit of number of domains that you can have in your portfolio. Renewal fee for .pl domains varies from $15 to $30 (depends on the registrar you choose).

Please mind the fact that author of this post is the current owner of la.pl domain name.

I will be reporting all interesting .pl domain name public auctions to give you a possibility to invest in ccTLD domain market (in .PL market in that case). In the meantime you can try to find some names here – the list includes all .pl names on Aftermarket.pl public auctions with one bid at least. To translate names into English please use Google translate tool.


  1. thanks for a great blog! i’ve searched everywhere for info about domaining in Poland (I’m in Australia), and it seems you are the best there is already (and in English!)

    Do you have a way of finding out what the top 10, 50, 100 or 500 most searched keywords are in Poland (in Polish, I guess). I can’t find this information anywhere online, and it would make a great post!

    Cheers and keep up the good work

    • Thank you for your comment – much appreciated :) Good idea – I will write post about most popular searches in Poland soon and maybe also this will be the first post of whole series of “how to” posts dedicated to Polish domain market.

      Regarding other sources of for Polish domaining – there are several nice blogs out there but most of them are in Polish. You can always try to use Google translate :) You can find links to other Polish blogs at my Polish version of this blog: DanielDryzek.pl

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