16 December 2015

DNA Test Sales -- Great Holiday Gift for the Genetically Minded Genealogist

All images from FamilyTreeDNA website
(accessed 15 Dec 2015)

Every year during the holidays, FTDNA and AncestryDNA have sales on their DNA testing products. This year is no different! The Legal Genealogist has written about some of the various testing options given budget constraints here: (http://legalgenealogist.com/blog/2015/12/13/all-you-want-for-christmas/).

Once the test results are back, don't forget to take advantage of the NEW educational course offered by NGS to help you make the most of your results! NGS Launches Its Newest Course -- Genetic Genealogy: Autosomal DNA Course.

Need a more basic introductory course or are considering a gift of Y-DNA or mtDNA? Want to better understand how DNA is inherited and which DNA test is best suited for your family history research? Consider taking Genetic Genealogy, The Basics.

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