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How to Renew a Domain Before Expiration
How to Renew a Domain Before Expiration

Renewing an active domain at Hostinger

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Written by Ixanar U.
Updated over a week ago

It is highly recommended to renew a domain at least a few days before it expires in order to prevent any service interruptions. To manually renew your domain purchased at Hostinger, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Billing section of your Members Area

  2. Click on the Renew now button next to your domain order:

    The Billing Subscriptions section showing how to renew an active domain

  3. In the pop-up window, you can review the price and other useful information

  4. Click on Choose payment method to complete the domain renewal process

For most cases, you can renew your domain at any time. However, a few domain extensions (TLDs) only allow renewal within a specific timeframe, such as when the domain is 27 days or less away from its expiration date. In these cases, the Renew now button will be disabled until the domain enters the renewal period. You only need to wait, and the option to renew your domain will become available as soon as it's possible.

Alternatively, you can enable the Auto-Renewal option, and the domain will be timely renewed automatically! 💡

Renewing an Expired Domain

The renewal process of expired domains varies depending on how much time has passed since the expiration date and the domain's TLD. To learn more, refer to this guide: How to Renew an Expired Domain.

Renewing Domains Registered Elsewhere

If your domain has more than 7 days left before expiration, you can transfer your domain to renew it at Hostinger. Otherwise, the best course of action is to renew it at the current registrar and initiate the transfer afterward.

Renewing your domain ahead of time will ensure a continued online presence and the best experience for your website visitors 😊

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