go to name.com or namecheap.com
but, personally i love name.com as it has user friendly interface and the domain .net and .org are cheaper. don't forget to insert a coupon code when you buy, you find it by searching at search engine.
I would say www.domain.com is the best place to buy a domain name.
I would recommend http://www.mydomain.com. They have good service, are reputable company, and are quite inexpensive.
Namecheap. They have some great domain names and pretty good customer service, which is also important in case an issue comes up with the domain.
You cannot buy a domain you can only register a domain if you purchase it from another person then also you should register it in your name .A simple thing is to search a Domain Name Registrars where the services are good and reliable. I suggest the site http://www.9cubehosting.com/ here you can register the domain name at reasonable cost and reliable manner.
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