One domain name that I track is Seasons.com, a name that was a part of the Castello Brothers portfolio. Today, I discovered that the domain name had transferred from the Castello Brothers’ Moniker account to a privacy-protected GoDaddy account.
From a LinkedIn post from early 2022, I knew that broker Andrew Miller was in charge of selling Seasons.com. A quick call to Andrew confirmed that the name sold, with Andrew sharing:
“I can confirm that my companies ATM Holdings and Hilco Digital Assets oversaw the sale of Seasons.com, working with Steve Miholovich of Name Arena, who represented the buyer. As always, a great domain name deal is a win-win where both sides are excited.”
Unfortunately, no other details were disclosed.
Seasons.com is a domain that could be used in a number of different industries including fashion and sports, with Crunchbase and LinkedIn listing plenty of potential buyers. As of publishing, though, the buyer is unknown.
The singular, Season.com, is also held under privacy protection at GoDaddy, with the name forwarding to Typology.com, the home of a French skincare brand.
Despite selling Seasons.com, the Castello Brothers portfolio still holds plenty of premium domains including Cost.com, Sample.com, and Kennel.com alongside a portfolio of geographical domains such as Nashville.com, PalmSprings.com, and Tijuana.com.
The Castello Brothers have previously sold names such as Room.com for $1.5 million, and Whisky.com for $3.1 million.