DNA News – Father’s Day Sales, History & Ancestry Sweepstakes
With Father’s Day just around the corner, some of you will consider “gifting” Dad a DNA test kit in order to help him further explore his ancestry … Here are some of the current sales. Most of these end 18th June! Please read all the small print! This list is NOT nor meant to be comprehensive!
AncestryDNA has a 20% off sale running now.
FamlyTreeDNA has a 20% off sale on select DNA tests running now.
MyHeritageDNA is running a sale, $69 versus $99
23andMe is running a sale where you get $20 off each kit (limit 2 kits)
If you know of other Father’s Day-related DNA sales, please post a comment.
Currently running is a History [Channel] & Ancestry [DNA] sweepstake [Journey Through Your History]. Rules are found here and you can enter the sweepstake here. The sweepstake ends 22 June 2017. Prizes are Ancestry DNA kits. You select where you think your ancestors were from.
This sweepstake is linked to the History Channel program, America: Promised Land. You will need to provide your name, email address and birth date to enter.
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