Latest DNA Sale Prices April 19, 2019

Updated April 20, 2019: 23andMe has a Mother’s Day Sale (ends May 13, 2019); $30 off their $199 test.

These are the latest updates I have found from looking at the different DNA testing companies today. So far, 23andMe is one of the few holdouts of the major B DNA testing companies. I would be surprised if 23andMe doesn’t join the list soon.

I will be updating Current April 2019 DNA Sales with the prices below for the new additions to the sale since yesterday.

23andMe: No sale as of April 19, 2019 for their Ancestry/Ethnicity Test, regular price $99 (Ancestry/Ethnicity Only). Their (Health + Ancestry/Ethnicity) test is on sale $169 through May 13, 2019, regular price $199.

AncestryDNA : – sale price $69 (ends April 25, 2019) regular price $99.00 – been seeing $89 and $79 sale prices when I check on some days, but those usually only last one (1) day; Amazon (sale price $69 – $89; regular price $99.00 – 119.00*  – as of April 19, 2019.

FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA)  – FamilyFinder sale price $49 (ends April 25, 2019), sale price $49 regular price, $49.00 on Amazon (valid as of April 19, 2019):

FamilyFinder (autosomal DNA) $49 sale price, regular price $79. Thank you to FTDNA for providing the information below.

FTDNA April 2019 Sale

FindMyPastDNA (they use LivingDNA kits – see LivingDNA below): – sale price $59 each as of April 19, 2019 although it’s on sale for $59 on LivingDNALivingDNA kits on Amazon (available on Amazon as of April 19, 2019), – available again on Amazon, sale price $90.00, regular price $99.00 + $4.99 shipping. Added it to Sales Section because they accept free limited transfers from other DNA testing companies.

Full Genomes Corporation (FGC) now has individual SNP tests What is a SNP? for $15 – (not an affiliate link).

Geno 2.0 Next – Other than the Amazon sale listed below, prices are about what they normally run. Helix, National Geographic, GroupOn, and Amazon (price varies a bit between the various links below) $59.99 ** + another $40.00  if you need a Helix DNA kit as of April 19, 2019 if you need a Helix kit for an individual; regular price tends to run $149.95 or $199.95 which includes the Helix DNA kit cost – No word on when this sale price ends. If you order directly from National Geographic (Nat Geo) – regular price $99.95* (regular price varies between $149.95 to $199.00 or sometimes $199.95 on Nat Geo website; if the person has previously tested with Helix for any other DNA test, don’t order from Nat Geo as you are paying for a kit that you don’t need). Amazon sale price is $28.49* with free shipping (Amazon price current as of April 19, 2019; tends to go back to around $99.95 on a regular basis when a sale ends) and is cheaper if you need a Helix kit for a person due to free shipping that Amazon offers. Note: U. S. kits are processed by Helix (spit kit) and non-U.S. kits are processed by FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA) – cheek swab. Non-U.S. kits are showing an unavailable as of late September 2018 – no word on when they will become available again.

Not as useful since National Geographic (Nat Geo) now uses Helix to process their kits and the limited amount of DNA results shown make it difficult to do comparisons. Maybe one day Helix will provide more DNA data for Geno 2.0 Next or at least provide the raw data free on the Helix site.

LivingDNA sale price $59 DNA Day Sale; regular price is $99 (price as of April 19, 2019).

MyHeritageDNA – Early Bird Sale: sale price $69 (through April 22, 2019) free shipping if you order 2+ kits in a single order.

 Rite Aid: 23andMe KIT ONLY $29.99 (lab fees are $70 or $170 depending on if you want health reports). Having a Holiday Sale. Promo Code available to SAVE 20% off with Promo Code SAVE20. Still available as of April 19, 2019, but should be ending soon although they frequently replace it with a different Promo Code.


About ICT Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's
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