How do I renew my Domain names?

This article applies to 123-reg Domain names.

This article will help you manage the renewal periods on your domain names, as well as managing the auto renewal function.

Domains will auto renew unless you tell us not to.

123-reg will automatically renew your domain names for the same period that there were last purchased/renewed for unless you tell us otherwise. In each case we'll send you a reminder that the domain name is due for renewal. This reminder will be sent to your main contact email address, as listed in your personal information.

Please note: Domains purchased through or transferred to 123-reg before 1 May 2012 will automatically renew for a period of two years.

The provisions of this clause will not apply to situations where You renew the domain manually through your control panel for a new or extended term. https://www.123-reg.co.uk/terms/domain-registration-renewal-and-refund-agreement.shtml

Please note: This article does not apply to .at domain names. For information on renewal/expiry of .at domain names, please see .at domain name renewals/expiry.

Your domains and hosting will be renewed in line with the payment priorities stored on your 123-reg Account. Find out how to view and change your payment priorities. 

Important: .eu domain names must be renewed 1 day before expiration. If they are left until the day of expiration, they will enter a quarantine status and incur a fee of £75+VAT in addition to the renewal fee in order to retrieve the domain.

To extend your domain name's expiry date, follow the procedure below:

1

Log into your 123-reg.co.uk control panel.

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2

Click on the Renew Domains button from the Domain Names section.


3

Select the domain names you wish to renew early by using the tick box next to the relevant domain names, then click on the >>>Next Step>>> button.


4

Follow the on screen payment instructions to complete the renewal of your domain names.

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