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DreamHost Hosting Promo Code: $50 Discount October 2016

Dreamhost Hosting Promo code 2016

Dreamhost was started in 1997 and then very first time I used Dreamhost hosting in 2008. Dreamhost is one of those hosting companies that are known for their good work and adding value to the whole industry.

Today I will be sharing Dreamhost promo code that will help you to get a discount tot $50 and one free domain.

In short you will be paying only $69 for one year of unlimited web hosting and one free domain. Technically a domain itself cost $12, so here you will be paying only $10 for one year of hosting.

I have also updated Dreamhost WordPress installation guide, to match with their new dashboard and WordPress installation process.

Dreamhost Promo Code and Tips for this discount:

Dreamhost is one of Premium Hosting for WordPress, and many other supported platforms like Drupal, Joomla and they offer various plans which includes shared hosting, VPS and dedicated hosting.

Though I’m not a huge fan of their dedicated hosting, as I find it costly but for any new WordPress site, their shared hosting plan is good. DreamHost offers unlimited Hosting this means; you will get unlimited Bandwidth and Unlimited Web space.

Unlike Bluehost or Hostgator, they offer custom cPanel that will make your cPanel GUI very interactive, and newbie can quickly browse and get started with it. Also, Dreamhost offers one free domain when you purchase a hosting package with them, and this will save additional $10-12.

One year of Hosting from Dreamhost cost $119 and with this DreamHost promo code , you will be able to grab a complete unlimited hosting for as low as $69/year with one free domain name.

Dreamhost Features:

Dreamhost features

  • Unlimited Webspace
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • One-Click Google Apps Integration
  • Custom cPanel
  • 1 Free domain (Top level)
  • Free who.is guard for one year
  • Free $75 Adwords Coupon
  • Latest MySQL and PHPmyadmin

Over all when it comes to buying a budget hosting for your WordPress blog, Dreamhost fist everyone pocket perfectly.

Dreamhost $50 Promo Coupon:

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Below is the link that will let you directly signup, you will be charged $69 for one-year hosting. Your domain name will be free with this package.

You need to have a credit card to make the payment. This coupon is valid globally, and anyone around the globe can take advantage of this offer.

Sign up with $50 saving 

I hope you make most out of this Dreamhost promo code, and this is valid until end of 2016. Do let me know if you face any issue signing up or have any questions regarding the same.

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