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

By Rosemary Collins, 17 October 2017 - 12:03pm

This week, we've got five issues of our magazine for £5, a discount DNA test, 25% off guides to Britain in the First World War and more


A Madison Avenue clearance sale in the 1950s (Credit: Charles Phelps Cushing/ClassicStock/Getty Images)

Last updated Tuesday 17 October 2017
 

WDYTYA? Magazine subscription
To celebrate our 10th anniversary, we're offering five issues of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine for just £5 for a limited time. After your trial period your payments will continue at £20.45 every 6 issues, saving 35% on the shop price.

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine
Was: £26.32
Now: £5
Offer ends: 31 October 2017

DNA test
MyHeritage has 30% off its DNA test. The simple procedure allows you to uncover your ethnic origins and trace relatives through DNA matching.

MyHeritage
Was: £70
Now: £49
Offer ends: 23 October 2017

Pen & Sword
Pen & Sword's 'Towns & Cities in the Great War' series of military history titles provides a detailed look at how towns across Britain coped with the conflict. All titles in the series are now available with 25% off as part of the publisher's autumn sale.

Towns & Cities in the Great War
Was: £14:99 per title
Now: £11.24
Offer ends: Unknown

Diaries and calendars
Start planning for 2018 with this collection of diaries and calendars, on sale at The National Archives. With themes from the British Library's illuminated manuscripts to vintage London Underground posters, there's something for everyone.

The National Archives
Various discounts
Offer ends: Unknown

 

If you would like to offer a discount on family history products to our e-newsletter subscribers, please email rosemary.collins@immediate.co.uk.

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