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Candy.com Sets Up Shop After $3 Million Domain Name Sale

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Candy.com is now a shiny new, online store for all sorts of sweets after the domain name was sold for a whopping $3 million back in June. The fairly old-school website offers a range of lollipops, jelly beans, gum, candy bars and dispensers which it ships all across the United States.

According to the website, Candy.com even ships internationally but I think they just left out the word ‘not’ by accident (seriously).

The new owner of the candy.com domain name is G&J Holdings, a Weymouth, Massachusetts-based Internet candy retailer that has been in business since 2005. The $3 million question for them: how quickly, if at all, will they make up for the price it paid for the admittedly attractive .com domain name?

(Hat tip to DNxpert)

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