Friday, November 27, 2015

AncestryDNA Lowest Price Ever -- Black Friday, Nov. 27 thru Monday, Nov. 30

If you have been waiting for a good sale for AncestryDNA this weekend is probably it.

From 12 a.m. EST, Friday, Nov. 27 (Black Friday) until Monday, Nov. 30 (Cyber Monday) at 11:59 p.m. EST, an AncestryDNA test will cost just $69. The test's regular price is $99 so this is a 30 percent savings. Shipping and any taxes are extra. This sale is ten dollars less than the normal "good" sale we usually see.

From another blogger's report, that FREESHIPDNA code for free shipping may not work. Shipping of one DNA test costs about $10 or less.

AncestryDNA is an autosomal test which can be taken by both males and females. It is DNA that is randomly passed down from both father and mother -- 50 percent from each -- to a child.

Benefits Chart For AncestryDNA Tests with and without Subsciptions made some changes to AncestryDNA within the past year. Now there are a few levels of benefits depending on if you have or don't have an Ancestry subscription. Read the support center article for more details. 

Remember, you can take an AncestryDNA test and then do an autosomal transfer to Family Tree DNA where there are more tools to analyze your DNA and a different pool of potential matches. To do an autosomal transfer you simply download your DNA data from AncestryDNA and upload that data to Family Tree DNA. The initial transfer is free which gets you your top 20 matches. To unlock the rest of the match results and features, it costs just $39. So with AncestryDNA being on sale and an autosomal transfer -- you get the benefits of your DNA at two different sites for just a few dollars more than the regular price of a test at either company. That's a good deal and a lot of potential matches.

Lastly, remember Family Tree DNA is running its 2015 Holiday Sale until December 31, 2015. Family Tree DNA is the only DNA company that tests Y-DNA and mtDNA for genealogical purposes.

See you soon at Mt. Clemens Public Library!

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