April 25th is DNA Day and the DNA Day sales are starting now! DNA testing is an amazing tool for busting down brick walls in your research, finding your birth family, or just for fun. And remember, Mother’s and Father’s Day are right around the corner! Pick up a test or two today!
Ancestry DNA Test on Sale for $69.00
Ancestry DNA test is on sale now in the U.S. for $69.00, plus tax and shipping. You can purchase your Ancestry test by clicking on the button below. This price is good now through Thursday, April 25th.
The Ancestry DNA test is an autosomal test that is most often used to match you with other testers in their over-8-million person database. This is one of the first places I suggest adoptees test if looking for their biological family.
MyHeritage DNA Test on Sale for $59.00
MyHeritage still has their DNA Day sale going on through April 27th. Their DNA test is on sale for $59, plus tax and shipping. If you buy two DNA tests, shipping is free! The sale is only for U.S. customers.
The MyHeritage DNA test is the second test I recommend for adoptees searching for their birth families. They too have a large matching database.
Family Tree DNA on Sale for $49.00
Family Tree DNA is offering all three of their DNA tests on sale for DNA Day. Their Family Finder Test is the autosomal test similar to Ancestry’s DNA test. Now through April 25th, the Family Finder DNA test at Family Tree DNA is $49 plus tax and shipping. That price is amazing!
Family Tree DNA is also the only company that offers the Y DNA and mitochondrial DNA tests. To learn more about those, read here.
The Y DNA test is on sale now starting at $129. The mtDNA (mitochondrial DNA) test is on sale for $149. All sales are for U.S. customers only, do not include tax and shipping, and end on April 25th.
To purchase any of the DNA test kits from Family Tree DNA, click on the button below.
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Brenda Bernstein Habshush says
I very much want to test DNA with Ancestry and realized that my payment was refused because Ancestry does not include Israel in the country list !
How could one test Jewish dna without Israeli genealogists.
I am British but need my own address for DNA.
(Ancestry member since 2003)
Is Family Tree DNA as effective as Ancestry.com’s in connecting distant cousins?
Amie Bowser Tennant says
I am not sure I can answer your question appropriately, but I can look into it and get back with you!