Latest DNA Sale Prices April 25, 2019

Updated with SelfDecode and Gini Health sale prices.

Publishing these outside my normal posting schedule as it took a while to get all the information.

These are the latest updates I have found from looking at the different DNA testing companies today. Dante Labs has a great price $229 for its DNA test, regular price $899.

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

23andMe: https://www.23andme.com/ No sale as of April 25, 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. Same prices on Amazon.

AncestryDNA : https://www.ancestry.com/dna/ – 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 https://www.amazon.com/s?field-keywords=ancestry+dna (sale price $69 – $89; regular price $99.00 – 119.00*  – as of April 25, 2019.

Dante Labshttps://us.dantelabs.com/products/whole-genome-sequencing sale price $229.00 (believe sale ends April 29, 2019), regular price $899.00.  On Amazon, there are several listings: 1) https://www.amazon.com/Dante-Labs-Sequencing-Healthcare-Professionals/dp/B07H99QBK8, sale price $229.00, regular price $699.00 ; 2) Dante Labs Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) for Healthcare Professionals, Sequence 20000 Genes, with Personalized Report, with Saliva Collection Kithttps://www.amazon.com/Dante-Labs-Sequencing-Professionals-Personalized/dp/B07DNJ7QWQ, sale price $599.00. check Amazon as they sometimes temporarily offer great deals on some Dante Labs kits – see Dante Labs Amazon Sale Prices (updated September 4th with additional clarification from Dante Labs) for more details. Another Dante Labs test on Amazon is https://www.amazon.com/Dante-Labs-Wellness-Healthcare-Professionals/dp/B07DNHDV4Y/ Dante Labs DNA Test for Health and Wellness for Healthcare Professionalssale price $149.00 (as of April 25, 2019), regular price is $199.00 The sale is still going, but no word on how long until they end it. Whole GenomeZ – Whole Genome Sequencing for Advanced Diagnostics (130X + 30X)) – https://us.dantelabs.com/collections/our-tests/products/whole-genomez sale price $899.00, regular price $1,499.00. https://us.dantelabs.com/collections/our-tests/products/long-reads-whole-genome-sequencing $999 price.

DNA-Central: https://thednaclub.memberful.com/checkout?plan=21592&coupon=DNADAY (sale ends April 25, 2019) yearly subscription sale price $69.00, regular price $99.00.

DNAfit: https://www.dnafit.com/us/store/ (not genealogical relevant)

DNAfit tests
Diet Fit sale price $129, regular price $169
Body Fit sale price $149, regular price $189
Health Fit sale price $169, regular price $219

FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA)  – https://www.familytreedna.com/. FamilyFinder sale price $49 (ends April 25, 2019), sale price $49 regular price, $49.00 on Amazon (valid as of April 25, 2019): https://www.amazon.com/Family-Tree-DNA-Genetic-Ancestry/dp/B01NAQ1UCW?th=1

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):  https://www.findmypast.com/ancestry-dna-testing/ – sale price $59 each as of April 19, 2019 although it’s on sale for $59 on LivingDNALivingDNA kits on Amazon (as of April 25, 2019), https://www.amazon.com/3-Living-DNA-Ancestry-Test/dp/B07HWVRPNZ/ – on Amazon, sale price $128.00 + $4.99 shipping.

Full Genomes Corporation (FGC) https://www.fullgenomes.com/ now has individual SNP tests What is a SNP? for $15 – https://www.fullgenomes.com/purchases/132/ (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) https://www.helix.com/shop/national-geographic-geno-2-next-generation/ $59.99 ** + another $40.00  if you need a Helix DNA kit as of April 25, 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 $31.99* with free shipping (Amazon price current as of April 25, 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) .

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.

Gini Health: https://ginihealth.com/collections/frontpage – health reports, food smart lists, and digital coach. Two options: subscription and non-subscription; 1) subscription $25 for the test + $9.99/month (12 month minimum subscription); 2) $135 test non-subscription. 

Helix DNA: I received an e-mail for a free Wellness Basics https://store.helix.com/apps/lose-it-wellness-basics I don’t know if it’s available for free if you didn’t get an e-mail or if you haven’t previously tested with them. They sent me an activation code once I ordered it on Helix.

LivingDNA https://www.livingdna.com/ sale price $59 DNA Day Sale; regular price is $99 (price as of April 25, 2019).

MyHeritageDNA https://www.myheritage.com/dna – Early Bird Sale: sale price $59 (through April 28, 2019) free shipping if you order 2+ kits in a single order. Amazon for $69.00* (still valid as of April 25, 2019) with free shipping and FTDNA’s Amazon (see above) price may be cheaper so check both places. GroupOn: https://www.groupon.com/deals/n-myheritage-dna-kit sale price $55.00 as of April 25, 2019. MyHeritageDNA accepts free limited transfers from FTDNA as well as from AncestryDNA, LivingDNA, and 23andMe (including v5 chip now).

Rite Aid: https://www.riteaid.com/shop/23andme-genetic-personal-service 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 25, 2019, but should be ending soon although they frequently replace it with a different Promo Code.

SelfDecodehttps://www.selfdecode.com/. Yearly individual membership is $59/year, family membership is $119/year; healthcare professional is $99/month (which should be $1,188/year if they don’t give a discount for paying for a full year). Use promo code DNADAY. I will be adding it to Latest DNA Sale Prices April 25, 2019. You can upload additional files above the limits for a fee: $39/file for individual members; $29 for family plan; healthcare professionals – no cost as unlimited file uploads are included in the plan.

Sliverberry Genomix: https://silverberrygenomix.com/dna-health-wellness-reports/ Use promo code DNADAY19  for 30% discount.

TeloYears*: https://www.teloyears.com/home/products.html?uid=09290167Ecrf491i9

Monthly subscription $19/month (12 month minimum subscription) – one Advanced Ancestry test sent when first signing up and one regular TeloYear kit sent every 6 months as long as you are subscribed.
TeloYears (Telomere Health only) $79
Advanced Ancestry (Ancestry only) $79
TeloYears + Ancestry $139

*TeloYears also processes kits for Tribecode.

Vitagene: https://vitagene.com up to 20% off sale (sale ends April 25, 2019)

Current sales: https://vitagene.com/shop/products-include-dna-test-kits/

Not exactly a sale, but an unusual offer –

Nebula Genomics: received in an e-mail from the company

Today we’re donating 5% of all proceeds to rare genetic disease research.

The goal of DNA Day is to celebrate the latest advances in genomic research and explore how those advances might impact our lives. On April 25, 1953 papers were published in the journal Nature on the double helix structure of DNA, a major milestone for modern genetics.

 

 

About ICT Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. Let's collaborateDealspotr.com
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