Google’s .RSVP domain is now available in Early Access

General availability starts on November 15.

Envelope with card inside that says RSVP.

It’s been nearly a decade since new top level domains started rolling out to the public, but new launches are still happening: Google is in the middle of the Early Access phase of its launch of .rsvp.

The company is pitching the domain as a way to upgrade an event website. It has already struck deals with The Knot ( and Paperless Post ( to use its domains. Both are just forwarding the domains for now.

Google lists eight registrars offering the domains during Early Access: Gandi, EnCirca, Hexonet, DomainDiscount24,,,, and, of course, Google Domains.

During this phase, people can register the domains at a premium to regular registration fees.

At Google Domains, the price to register a .rsvp domain on the first day was $11,500, and it was $3,500 on the second day. It’s $1,150 until tomorrow morning. It drops to $250 on November 11 and then $125 on November 13.

The registrar is charging $12 for standard registrations beginning November 15.

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