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Prime Day Deal: AncestryDNA test kits for $99 ($60 off)

Posted: 14 October 2020 3:13 pm

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AncestryDNA's popular DNA testing kits are currently selling for $99 on Amazon. That's $60 off the RRP!

AncestryDNA has been consistently rated as one of the best DNA testing services in Australia.

It draws data from a huge gene pool of more than 15 million sets of DNA in approximately 700,000 locations. It then sends you a detailed family tree that allows you to link you up with potential relatives from around the globe who are also part of the AncestryDNA network.

In addition to helping you find far-flung relatives, the kit provides a precise ethnicity estimate of your DNA with in-depth historical insights about where your personal ancestors came from.

Normally costing $159, you can grab it on Amazon right now for $99. That works out to a saving of $60, or 38% off the RRP. To get the deal, click on the link below.

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38% off AncestryDNA Test Kits

Discover your DNA story with AncestryDNA's easy-to-follow instructions. Simply activate your DNA kit online and return your saliva sample in the prepaid package to its labs.

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The Amazon Australia Prime Day sale will finish at 11:59pm on Wednesday 14 October. Deals from the US site will also then be available to Australians through the Amazon Global Store until 6pm on Thursday 15 October.

Don't miss Prime Day bargains! Check out all the offers in our full Amazon Prime Day guide and learn more about how Amazon Prime works.

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