Why you should transfer your domain to us
We Make It Easy
All we need is for you to unlock your domain and send us your authorization code, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Domain locking, continuous website monitoring, and instant status alerts ensure that your domain is protected from suspicious activity.
We Give You Control
Once you’ve transferred your domain to us, we let you manage your DNS records and set your email, FTP, sub-domains, and website location, all from one control panel.
We Can Transfer In Bulk
Transfer up to 500 domains at a time, with free registration for a year.
Transferring your domain is easy!
Maybe your current registrar doesn’t offer the features you need. Maybe they’re unreliable, or their price doesn’t fit your budget. Whatever your reason for making the switch, it’s easier than you think. All you have to do is unlock your domain and get the authorization code from your registrar, and we’ll handle it from there!
The domain transfer process is simple
Unlock Your Domain
Check with your current registrar to make sure your domain isn’t locked. If it is, we can’t complete the transfer!
Get Your Authorization Code
Find your transfer authorization code in your domain’s control center and enter it in the space provided. After that, you’re good to go!
Most transfers take 5-7 days to complete. Sit tight and your domain will be transferred in no time!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a domain transfer?
When you transfer your domain, it means that Big Red Jelly will automatically be able to keep your website safe and up to date. We can monitor your website and ensure that your site is always up and running. If you own multiple domains, having one centralized provider will help keep things simple.
If I am already registered on a different service, can I switch over to Big Red Jelly?
Yes! Transferring your domain to us is a very easy process. Enter your domain up above where it asks for a domain name and we can begin the process of transferring the domain.
To prepare your domain name for transfer, you’ll need to complete a few steps with your current registrar.
- Unlock the domain name with your current registrar.
- Get an authorization code (also known as an EPP code or transfer key) from your current registrar.
- Verify contact information on your domain name. The administrator’s contact information may be used by your current registrar during the transfer process.
Once you’ve prepared your domain name, you can finish the process through GoDaddy.
Why can't I switch over my domain name?
Your domain service provider might deny a transfer request if your domain has only been recently registered for under 60 days. If you have recently changed your domain service provider may also deny this request if you have changed your provider multiple times within the last 60 days.
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How do I check who my domain provider is?
If you don’t know who your current domain provider is, you can look it up by performing a search for your domain name at: https://lookup.icann.org/. The “Registrar” field shows you who your registrar is.