Wednesday, April 19, 2017

DNA Day Sales 2017


There are lots of DNA Day Sales to chose from this year!


AncestryDNA


USA - 20% off, click here to order, April 21st - 26th




Canada - $30 off, click here to order, April 19th - 25th



UK - 25% off,  click here to order,  April 24rd - 26th




Australia (ancestry.com.au) - No DNA Day Sale announced as of April 20th 



Family Tree DNA

Sales on Family Finder, mtFull and Y-DNA click here to order, April 20th - 27th at 11:59pm CST




LivingDNA


$40 off, click here to order, 12pm GMT April 20th - 12pm GMT April 26th 






MyHeritage

No DNA Day kit sale announced as of April 20th.

DNA kit still reduced to $79, order here.

Free DNA uploads here.

Special deal on Record Subscriptions: You can get a 14 day free trial for the Complete records subscription here, plus more than 50% off for the year if the subscription is continued after the trial. This is for new customers only.


23andMe

No DNA Day kit sale announced as of April 20th. 


**I will continue to update this post if more sales are announced, so please check back.**

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13 comments:

  1. Any clue how to get the discount? The sites do not automatically include it.

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    1. The links will lead to the sales once they start. None of them have yet. The first ones start tomorrow and some after that. I posted the valid dates for each sale.

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    2. The ancestry.com dna test started yesterday. 4/19
      And the FTDNA starts on 4/20, it's 4/20 on the EST, where I am located.

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    3. Yes, AncestryDNA said their sale would start on the 19th in the emails they sent about it but for some reason, it did not. FTDNA's sale will start sometime in the morning Central time. Thanks!

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    4. Ancestry is brutal in trying to get them to accept any discount. It's still coming up as full price. And their service for the DNA has went down the tubes...no pun intended.
      FTDNA went right through a their sale price. Thank you, FTDNA!

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    5. The program that handles AncestryDNA's promotions sent an erroneous email saying it was starting yesterday. It has now been updated to the 21st, so it doesn't start until tomorrow. Sorry about the confusion!

      FTDNA = Family Tree DNA - their sale has started!

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    6. If I have already taken the Ancestry Autosomal DNA test, and I am female, what is the next test I should consider?

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    7. Have you transferred your data to FamilyTreeDNA.com, MyHeritage.com & GEDMatch.com? If not, that should be the first thing to do. Each database has different pool of testers, so transferring your data gives you matches that don't show up on Ancestry. For your next test, either take a 23andme autosomal test (to get your data in ALL of the current databases) or a mitochondrial DNA test from FamilyTreeDNA (the only place currently to take it (see http://www.legalgenealogist.com/2017/04/20/dna-day-sales-for-2017/).
      Good Luck

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    8. I have uploaded to all of the above. I will take a look at the 23andme and FTDNA mitochondrial test. THANK YOU! Really appreciate this blog and the info.

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  2. I just tried and its still showing $99

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  3. I a female with a male twin--so we are fraternal twins. I have done the Ancestry DNA for both of us. I am thinking I would like to do the FT DNA mitochondrial kit and my brother the Y-67. Do we have to both have the Family Finder for each separate sequence? If I do the Full Sequence kits which has one Family Finder, MtDNA and Y-67 test I will save money ($417.00). But wonder if I need to do the Family Finder for each of us or does that full test mea comprehensive for only ONE person? I wanted your opinion since the person in customer service may not have a true understanding.

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  4. I a female with a male twin--so we are fraternal twins. I have done the Ancestry DNA for both of us. I am thinking I would like to do the FT DNA mitochondrial kit and my brother the Y-67. Do we have to both have the Family Finder for each separate sequence? If I do the Full Sequence kits which has one Family Finder, MtDNA and Y-67 test I will save money ($417.00). But wonder if I need to do the Family Finder for each of us or does that full test mea comprehensive for only ONE person? I wanted your opinion since the person in customer service may not have a true understanding.

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