So who do you think you are? Part Irish? Swedish? Native American? Polish (like me!)? Well, Ancestry can help you figure it all out and, at the same time, you’ll be able to pick up a great deal at Ancestry.com over the Black Friday weekend! While it’s still too early for us to confirm the offer for 2017, we expect them to bring back their 30% off deal on AncestryDNA from Thursday through Cyber Monday (that was a $30.00 savings, dropping the price from $99.00 to just $69.00). As soon as we know more we’ll update this page with everything you’ll need to know to pick up the best deal.
In the meantime you can take a moment to see what AncestryDNA is all about and see a full list current offers for both new and returning customers at ancestry.com. You can also scroll down the page to see last year’s Thanksgiving weekend offer details.
Looking forward to signing up to Ancestry? Do you think the same deal from last year will return here in 2017? Leave your comments below!
Updated November 23, 2016: Get ready for Ancestry’s Black Friday sale coming to ancestry.com!
Starting Thanksgiving day (November 24th) at 9:00PM PST and running through Cyber Monday (November 28th) at 9:00PM PST, you’ll be able to get 30% off Ancestry DNA. No coupon code need, but you’ll need to be a U.S. customer to take advantage of the offer. Certain restrictions may apply so see site for official terms.
Happy bargain hunting!
Happy Black Friday! Great news from Ancestry – Their Thanksgiving weekend sale was just leaked to us. Starting on Thursday, Thanksgiving day (November 26, 2015) and running all the way through Cyber Monday (November 30, 2015), you’ll be able to save 30% on the wildly popular AncestryDNA kit. That drops the price down from $99.00 to just $69.00 through the entire holiday weekend. No promo code needed as the deal will be automatically applied to your shopping cart. For full details and to get this deal, visit ancestry.com.
So what exactly is AncestryDNA? It’s a test kit (using your saliva – not blood!) that helps trace your ethnic makeup among 26 distinct regions around the world. All you need to do is return a small sample in the pre-paid envelope and send it it. Then the professionals at Ancestry take your sample and analyze it against 700,000 genetic markers to figure out your biological lineage. The results come back to you in about 6-8 weeks and can be pretty surprising, even if you think you know everything about your background. Best of all, because Ancestry has such a massive database of members, it’ll search it to help you find any long-lost cousins.