Black Friday/Cyber Monday DNA Deals!

If you’ve waited until Black Friday/Cyber Monday to do most of your shopping for the year, you’re in good company and you’ve made a smart move. Ancestry.com has their lowest DNA kit price I’ve ever seen at $59 per kit.  I’m scooping up a few of these myself for friends, relatives and blog giveaways. This offer is valid through Cyber Monday. Have a family member who is interested in researching their roots? Ancestry also has 50% off their subscriptions right now. More interested in testing with 23andMe?  Their regular DNA kit is $30 off today, while their health version is $50

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AncestryDNA Kit Giveaway!

*This post contains affiliate links* Today is the perfect day for an AncestryDNA kit giveaway!  Why? I’m spending my free time this summer (crazy, I know) in an intensive genealogical research program and today, the Forensic Genealogy portion of the course starts.  I can’t wait to combine my genealogical research knowledge with DNA forensics, since I’m passionate about both. As mentioned last week, I’m partnering with Ancestry.com to give away one of their fantastic DNA kits (provided to me for free).  I’ve been a paying member of Ancestry.com since 2011.  I sprung for a DNA kit last year and have

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Sneak Peak: A new Ancestry DNA Kit Giveaway

In honor of DNA Day and the launch of my new blog, I gave away an Ancestry DNA kit back in April. It was a great feeling to be able to give the gift of DNA testing and I’m happy to be able to do it again; only this time with Ancestry’s help. They’ve provided me with some DNA kits; one which I’ll be giving away within the next week or so. Be on the lookout for a more detailed announcement soon!

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Powerful New Ancestry.com Ad Unites Founding Fathers’ Descendants 

This powerful new ad for Ancestry.com [affiliate], features the descendants of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.  It furthers reminds us that we are all connected in many ways and today’s world is vibrantly and beautifully different than it used to be. Well done, Ancestry!

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