Updated June 28, 2018 – MyHeritage DNA (sale price dropped from $69 to $59 through July 4, 2018) and Insitome ($29.99 for several tests and no extra charge if you need a Helix DNA kit) added to the list.
As of June 24, 2018, the following companies are offering DNA sales. I am also including the general pricing for a number of other DNA companies that aren’t offering sales right now. As always, check with Amazon and EBay since they may have a lower price on some of the below tests.
23andMe – https://www.23andme.com/ Ancestry (ethnicity) only kit – sale price $74 (regular price $99) – sale ends August 9, 2018 (. On sale on Amazon for $74 (free shipping).
Dante Labs – https://us.dantelabs.com/collections/our-tests Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) – $499 (regular price $1,000); Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) – sale price $449.00 (regular price $750). The sale is still going, but no word on how long until they end it. Slightly lower price than earlier sales.
Geno 2.0 Next – https://www.helix.com/shop/national-geographic-geno-2-next-generation/ ($69.95 + $30 if you need a Helix DNA kit for an individual – regular price tends to run $149.95 or $199.95) – No word on when this sale price ends. If you order directly from National Geographic (Nat Geo), it’s $99.95 (regular price is $199.00 on Nat Geo website).. Amazon sale price is $99.95. Note: U. S. kits are processed by Helix and non-U.S. kits are processed by FTDNA.
Insitome – regular price for their three tests, but they aren’t charging extra if you need a Helix DNA kit).
Living DNA – https://www.livingdna.com/ $99 (regular price $159).
MyHeritage DNA – https://www.myheritage.com/dna $59
$69 (regular price is $99) – don’t see an end date on sale price. On Amazon.com, it’s $75.
Not on sale (as of June 24, 2018):
Ancestry DNA – https://www.ancestry.com/dna/ $99 – regular price; as of this blog post, it’s also not on sale on Amazon.
DNAFit – https://www.dnafit.com/us/store/
Fitness Diet Pro $299.99
Fitness + Fat Burner $199.99
Fitness + Muscle Builder $199.99
Diet + Meal Planner $199.99
DNATribes – http://www.dnatribes.com/ No sale price; regular price $119.00, and they do offer autosomal comparisons if you tested at AncestryDNA, FTDNA, or 23andMe – regular price for autosomal comparison is $49.
FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA) – https://www.familytreedna.com/ no sales at this time – below prices are regular prices depending on which test(s) you order
Family Finder regular price $79
Family Finder + Y-37 (males only) regular price $248
Family Finder + Y-67 (males only) regular price $347
Family Finder + mtFull Sequence (males or females) regular price $278
Family Finder + Y-67 + mtFull Sequence (males only) regular price $546
Y-37 (males only) regular price $169
Y-67 (males only) regular price $268
Y-111 (males only) regular price $359
Big Y-500 (Y-111 + Big Y) (males only) Sale price $649 regular price $799
mtDNA Plus regular price $89
mtFull Sequence regular price $199
Full Genomes (FG or FGC) – https://www.fullgenomes.com/ No sales listed with prices based on which test you order. Also, project discounts are available, but you would have to contact FGC for details and pricing.
Whole Genome Sequencing 30x $1295 CLIA available
Y Elite Ancestry Test for Men $645
Analysis of Y bam files ($50 for BAM file analysis)
Long Read Whole Genome ($2,900.00)
Whole Genome Sequencing 20x $900
Whole Genome Sequencing 5x $350.00
Exome Sequencing ($525.00)
Whole Genome Epigenome Sequencing ($1,800.00)
DNA kits ($20.00)
GenePlaza – https://www.geneplaza.com/ – no sale, free upload if you tested with most major DNA companies with small bonus ($3 credit if you do the free upload; $6 credit if you order a kit from them) to spend on different apps they offer. Don’t see a price for how much the kit would cost if you needed to order one. App prices range from $1.49 to $5.49.
Helix – https://www.helix.com/ – some of the individual tests may be on sale, but you would need to check each one as the sales come and go on a regular basis.
HomeDNA – https://homedna.com/ Many of the below test kits are available at CVS Pharmacy, Rite Aid Pharmacy, Walgreens, and Wal-Mart which would save you any applicable shipping costs, but would be subject to local sales tax.
The tests currently offered directly on HomeDNA are as follows with regular prices listed below (note: if you order a kit directly from HomeDNA, it will be a cheek swab):
GPS Origins Ancestry Test $199.00 (looks at over 80,000 autosomal markers)
GPS Origins Ancestry Test – Upload Your Raw Data (the one on sale right now) $39.00 (number of markers depends on which company you transfer results from)
GPS Origins Ancestry Test – African Edition $199.00
GPS Origins Ancestry Test – Asian Edition $199.00
HomeDNA Starter Ancestry Test $69.00 (13 CODIS markers)
DNA Origins Maternal Lineage (mtDNA)$69.00 (HVR1, 2, and 3 regions – it’s not a full mtDNA test based on what other companies offer)
DNA Origins Paternal Lineage (Y-DNA) $69.00 (appears to look at 16 Y-STRs) – Males only
HomeDNA Advanced Ancestry Test $124.00 (appears to be a combination of Ancestry Test, Maternal Test, and Paternal Test)
Health and Beauty:
HomeDNA Food and Pet Sensitivity $99.00 (Nuts, Dairy, Wheat, Pets)
HomeDNA Healthy Weight $119.00
HomeDNA Skin Care $99.00
HomeDNA Paternity $164.00 (has both at-home or legal testing options – it doesn’t say, but I would expect legal testing to include additional fees – includes a child kit, a possible father kit, and biological mother kit (mother’s participation is optional, but recommended) Not for New York residents due to New York requirements for legal paternity testing
Mixed-Breed Dog Identification DNA Test and Life Plan $125.00 (learn about your mixed-breed dog’s lineage)
Cat DNA Health Screen and Life Plan $125.00 (screen your cat for over 40 genetic diseases and traits)
Dog DNA Health Screen and Life Plan $125.00 (screen your dog for over 100 genetic diseases and traits)
Promethease – https://www.promethease.com/ Regular price uploads start at $12 with some uploads running more. They have offered free uploads several times in the past and will probably do it again in the near future.
TeloYears – https://www.teloyears.com/home/ prices: TeloYears Health $99 TeloYears Health + Ancestry $169 (regular price $199, but seems to be a standard discount as opposed to a sale price).
TribeCode – Tribecode – $99 regular price for Advanced Ancestry; ordered through TeloYears and appears to be the Ancestry/ethnicity portion only .
uBiome – https://ubiome.com/consumer/explorer/ regular prices ranging from $89 to $399. This isn’t a regular DNA test like many of the others. It checks between 1 and 5 sites for bacterial DNA (mouth, skin, nose, genital, gut). I have taken this test in the past when it was on sale as I was curious as to what it would show.
Veritas – https://www.veritasgenetics.com/ here’s a link to their 30x read DNA kit: https://www.veritasgenetics.com/mygenome. It appears to be $999 for their 30x read based on what somebody who ordered the kit reported for pricing. For additional information, here’s a link to the company’s PDF: https://www.veritasgenetics.com/sites/default/files/media/documents/VG_ProductOnePager_myGenome_email.pdf
WeGene – https://www.wegene.com/en/ regular price or free upload of your 23andMe (including the latest v5 chips) or Ancestry raw data.
YSEQ.net – https://www.yseq.net/
regular prices as YSEQ rarely does sales although they occasionally will do a sale. Will continue checking in case they do a sale for DNA Day. Prices range, depending on if you want an individual Y-DNA SNP or various STR ranges, mtDNA (several options) to a 15x read, 30xread, or 50xread full DNA test. 15x read: $740; 30x read: (+ $600 above 15x read price) ; 50x read: (+$1,430 above 15x read price) ; Other Extras (price is in addition to whatever read you order) add $90 if you want USB drive sent to you (otherwise, you can download your results through a link for no additional cost; Sanger extra Y-DNA results (up to 10 Y-DNA SNPs): $100; you receive 4 cheek swabs and you need to use all four and mail them back to YSEQ. Individual SNPs tend to run $18. YSEQ also offers Y-STR testing, mtDNA, and Haplogroup panels. It’s a good alternative to FTDNA in some ways, but doesn’t offer matching.