This week's top special offers and discounts for family historians

By Guest, 5 December 2019 - 11:03am

From DNA test to unique gifts, we take a look at the unmissable Black Friday special offers from family history companies

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Last updated Thursday 12 December 2019
 

DNA tests
DNA testing is an exciting new way to explore your family tree, offering the chance to understand your ethnicity and connect with new family members. Many major DNA testing companies are offering discounts in the runup to Christmas, so it's the perfect time to try a test for yourself or give it as a gift for someone else. 

Ancestry DNA
Was: £79
Now: £59
Offer ends: 24 December

FamilyTreeDNA
Was: $79 (male and female)/ $169 (paternal ancestry)/ $199 (maternal ancestry)
Now: $49/ $99/ $139
Offer ends: 26 December

23andMe DNA
Was: $99 (Ancestry + Traits)/ $199 (Health + Ancestry)/ $499 (VIP Health + Ancestry)
Now: $79/ $129/ $429
Offer ends: 26 December

MyHeritage
Was: £79
Now: £49
Offer ends: 24 December

Not sure which DNA test is right for you? Discover the pros and cons with our guide

 

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine digital subscription
Enjoy a two month subscription for the price of one when you start a trial subscription today. You'll get the current issue and the next two published for just £3.66. Download and open the app here:

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine digital subscription
Was: £7.33
Now: £3.66
Offer ends: 2 February 2020

 

S&N Genealogy
S&N Genealogy have rolled out their Christmas special offers on a range of family history products, including charts, books, keepsake boxes, software and more. If you're Christmas present shopping for a family history fan, don't miss out!

S&N Genealogy
Various discounts
Offer ends: Unknown

 

 

 

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