Renew & add future years to your domain registration

Your domain expires after your registration period unless you renew it. To lock in the current price for the duration, unaffected by price changes, purchase years of registration manually. The typical maximum registration period is 10 years. 

Important: Some domains can only be auto-renewed. To confirm domain details, check the domain ending reference.

Purchase multiple years of registration

  1. Sign in to Google Domains.
  2. Select the name of your domain.
  3. Open the Menu Menu.
  4. Click Registration settings.
  5. Scroll to the auto-renew section.
  6. Click Add years.
  7. Select the number of years you’d like to add.
  8. Confirm your purchase.
When you purchase a multi-year registration, Google charges your account, cancels the auto-renew payments for the years purchased, and notifies you. You can also purchase a multi-year registration during checkout when you first register your domain.
Keep your payment method up to date

When you replace or change your credit card, update your payment information to avoid service interruptions.

  • You must pay with a valid credit card.  
  • When you purchase your registration, Google Domains charges the saved payment method for all your domains. 
  1. Sign in to Google Domains.
  2. Select the name of your domain.
  3. Open the Menu Menu.
  4. Click Registration settings.
  5. Under “Auto-renew,” click Update payment method.
  6. Select or edit a payment method.
  7. Click Buy.

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