As of a few minutes ago, the following DNA companies are offering DNA Sales. Check with the company before ordering a test from them to make sure the sale is still going on. Some of the sales end on May 14th or May 15th, depending on the company.
23andMe – $20 off ($79 for Genealogy only or $179 for Genealogy + Health, regular prices $99 or $199). If you order through Amazon.com, you get free shipping and that applies if you have Amazon Prime or not with the main difference being Prime tends to arrive much faster due to free 2-day shipping as opposed to the 5 – 8 business days for non-Prime orders that meet the rules for free Standard shipping.
AncestryDNA – none, regular price of $99, but they are offering a Mother’s Day 25% discount for Ancestry subscriptions. So far, Ancestry is the only major DNA player that hasn’t offered a Mother’s Day DNA Sale this year.
FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA) – $69 sale price (regular price of $79) for FamilyFinder (FTDNA’s autosomal test) www.familytreedna.com. Offer runs through May 14, 2017. Unlike some past years, mtDNA does not appear to be on sale this year.
GPS Origins – $50 off promo code MOM17 which brings the price down to $149 instead of $199 – https://gpsorigins.com/. I didn’t order a test, but did a trial run and had to mess with MOM17 to get the discount to apply.
Helix (they run National Geographic’s Geno 2.0 Next DNA tests for U. S. residents with FTDNA handling non-U.S. orders) – if you received the e-mail, there is a $80 off ($119.95 instead of the regular price of $199.95. If you didn’t receive the e-mail, it is still showing the $149.95 sale price. See National Geographic for the links for the $149.95 sale price.
LivingDNA – $139 sale price (regular price of $159) https://www.livingdna.com.
MyHeritage DNA – $69 sale price (regular price $99, but has been on sale for $79 for a while and you can do a free transfer from AncestryDNA, FTDNA, 23andMe if you upload your raw data to MyHeritage) https://www.myheritage.com/dna.
National Geographic’s Geno 2.0 Next DNA (see Helix above) – I received an e-mail for $80 off ($119.95, regular price $199.95, but showing as $149.95 on their ordering pages if I don’t use the e-mail link) the test, but it appears you need to use the link in the e-mail to receive the discount since both Helix and National Geographic’s ordering pages (https://www.helix.com/products/geno-2-ng and https://genographic.nationalgeographic.com/) only show the $149.95 sale price.