How To Transfer Namecheap Domain To Another Namecheap Account offers a "change ownership" feature which simply allows users to transfer Namecheap domain to another Namecheap account. You will definitely find this useful if you offer domain name registration services to clients. Once you push the domain to another account, the new domain holder becomes responsible for all the payments regarding the domain.

Follow me through the steps below on how to transfer domain ownership at :

1. Sign in to, select Domain List from the left sidebar and click on the Manage button next to your domain:

namecheap domain list

2. Go to the Sharing & Transfer tab and find the Change Ownership section. Enter the email address or Namecheap username of the new domain owner and click on the Change button:

namecheap transfer push

3. Just fill in your account password for authorization and select Registrant Contact in the modal window that appears. The process is free of charge.

namecheap domain registrant

An email invitation to become a new owner of the domain will be sent to the email address associated with the destination Namecheap account. Only after a user clicks the confirmation link in the email, the domain will appear in his/her account.

NB : Inform the user to fill his/her Namecheap account details properly else the domain push will not go through. Fill the address and contact info here.

That's it.


  1. Yes, this is a good guide for domain transfer

  2. Great job .. this will help a lot..

  3. This is awesome. I actually want to transfer a domain to the account of one of my client but have not being able to do that. With this, I will transfer it now.

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  4. finally I can now transfer my domains to my main account.... thx @jide


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