Learn Your Family Tree: This Genealogy Site Is Offering 70% Off DNA Testing Kits – Shop the Deal Before It Ends  

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It’s time to dig into your family tree. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about genealogy, Ancestry can help you explore your family history.

The genealogy site, which recently discovered that Taylor Swift and Emily Dickinson are related, houses the “world’s largest” online collection of historic records. Right now, Ancestry is having a $60 sale on the AncestryDNA Kit and World Explored and 3-Month Membership.

Regularly priced at $198.95, the limited offer saves you 70% off the DNA kit and a three-month subscription to Ancestry. The AncestryDNA Kit is on sale for $59.99 (reg. $99) and the three-month membership is discounted to $1 from $99.95.

Like with any good deal, you don’t have much time left as the sale ends on Monday (March 4) at 11:59 p.m. PT. The promo is only available with DNA purchases and applies to new and returning subscribers.

Ancestry DNA kits are also available at retailers such as Amazon and Walmart. And they’re perfectly giftable for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and birthdays.

You Can Save 70% Off Ancestry DNA Kits – Shop the Limited Deal Now

AncestryDNA Genetic Test Kit: Personalized Genetic Results, DNA Ethnicity Test, Origins & Ethnicities, Complete DNA Test

Ancestry features approximately 40 billion records and 100 million family trees. The online membership allows you to research millions of historical records and create a family tree (or add to an existing family tree). The AncestryDNA Kit offers detailed, geographical insight into your origins, ethnicities and DNA matches. The World Explorer membership includes access to U.S. records and international record, in addition to details on your DNA matches and personal traits.

According to its website, Ancestry utilizes “industry standard security practices” to store your DNA information and other personal data. DNA samples and test results are stored without your name “or other identifying information.” You also have the option of downloading your DNA data, and having Ancestry delete data and destroy saliva samples upon request.

To get started, order a kit above, follow the instruction for submission and return your sample in a pre-paid package. The results will be available online within approximately 6-8 weeks.

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