Transferring a domain away

Domains are no longer sold by Vista. This article is only relevant if you purchased a domain from Vista before March 9, 2022.
If you're interested in purchasing a domain, you can learn more at Vista x Wix.


Vistaprint can release the domain to you, but you must transfer the domain to a new registrar. The transfer deadline is the anniversary date of when you initially signed up for the domain.

The general process is as follows:

Contact us. Our specialist will guide you through the process.

A domain must be registered for at least 60 days before it can be transferred to another registrar. This is industry protocol, not a Vistaprint requirement.

Email Instructions:

Upon completing the purchase you will receive 2 very important emails.

  1. The "Change of Registrant" request and a confirmation email. These emails are to verify your domainโ€™s new contact information. Verifying that the information is correct is necessary for the registrar to release the domain.

  2. Your domainโ€™s Authorization or EPP code. You will need to provide this code to your new registrar to transfer the domain to them. This is an industry safeguard to prevent unauthorized transfers.

 

 

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Domains are no longer sold by Vista. This article is only relevant if you purchased a domain from Vista before March 9, 2022.
If you're interested in purchasing a domain, you can learn more at Vista x Wix.


Vistaprint can release the domain to you, but you must transfer the domain to a new registrar. The transfer deadline is the anniversary date of when you initially signed up for the domain.

The general process is as follows:

Contact us. Our specialist will guide you through the process.

A domain must be registered for at least 60 days before it can be transferred to another registrar. This is industry protocol, not a Vistaprint requirement.

Email Instructions:

Upon completing the purchase you will receive 2 very important emails.

  1. The "Change of Registrant" request and a confirmation email. These emails are to verify your domainโ€™s new contact information. Verifying that the information is correct is necessary for the registrar to release the domain.

  2. Your domainโ€™s Authorization or EPP code. You will need to provide this code to your new registrar to transfer the domain to them. This is an industry safeguard to prevent unauthorized transfers.

 

 

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