MyHeritageDNA Spring Sale Ends May 31, 2020 – DNA Saturdays May 9, 2020

I added this to today’s Sticky post – Genealogical DNA Testing Companies and Current DNA Sales May 9, 2020, but it’s easy to miss. MyHeritageDNA went from a $59.00 Mother’s Day Sale to $39.00 Spring Sale for Ethnicity, regular price $79.00 and Health + Ethnicity $99.00 sale price, regular price $199.00 on May 7th. It ends 22 days from today, runs through May 31st. I wasn’t anticipating this, but it’s a great deal, better than the Mother’s Day Sale $59.00 deal. Thought it was a good DNA Saturdays post as I wasn’t expecting this good a deal until Summer or possibly Black Friday/Cyber Monday in November. I missed the e-mail from May 7th until today.

Just a reminder, most of the other Mother’s Day DNA sales end tomorrow.

MyHeritageDNAhttps://www.myheritage.com/dnasale price $39.00 – https://myheritage.com/kit/ ends in 22 days, $79.00 regular price; Amazon sale price $56.00, regular price $79.00* (still valid as of  May 10, 2020) with free shipping – $10 coupon may be available; Health https://www.myheritage.com/health, sale price $99.00; regular price $199.00 (free shipping with 2+ kits in a single order);  price on Amazon – regular price $199.00  on Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/GENI-MH-Dna-Test-Kit/dp/B074DWG7HF, sale price $99.00; regular price $199.00 with free shipping.

MyHeritageDNA accepts free limited transfers from FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA) as well as from AncestryDNA, LivingDNA, and 23andMe (including v5 chip now). Free limited transfer of raw data from many other DNA companies although if you have a paid MyHeritage subscription, the full upgrade is free.

 

Previous DNA Saturdays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/DNA-Saturdays/

 

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