I’m still on the road, but wanted to get this to everyone as soon as possible. I’ll resume my normal publication schedule soon. In the meantime, great news for anyone wanting to purchase DNA kits for the holidays. As most of you know, Family Tree DNA has a holiday sale every year that begins about this time in November – and today is the day!
They’ve announced this year’s holiday sale prices below.
Additionally, if you are a current customer, check your account home page for a Holiday Reward, which is an additional discount on something.
The holiday reward coupon can be applied one time only in ADDITION to the sale price.
Click this here to sign on, check your holiday reward, and order a new kit or upgrade an existing one. This is a great time to purchase kits for those holiday visits.
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