Special offer on home AncestryDNA kits for $69 will soon be closing. Will you discover you’re 81% Irish?
AncestryDNA, a DNA test that “tells a more complete story of you”, is currently on special offer until the end of August 15th (closing soon). So far, four million people have learned amazing details about their ancestry, will you be next?
For this short time only DNA kits, which are delivered to your home, are available for $69, reduced from $99.
The amazing kits, AncestryDNA, can pinpoint your origins to 26 ethnic regions. You could discover you’re 81% Irish or even 20% Scandinavian, 12% Iberian, or 2% Middle Eastern.
From discovering their ethnicity to connecting with distant relatives, the largest DNA network in the world is helping more people find the singular story in their DNA. Yours is just as unique, revealing traces of your family history—who your ancestors were and where they came from.
You'll also be connected to living relatives who share parts of your DNA. And since Ancestry has the unique ability to bring together DNA results with 80,000,000 family trees and billions of historical records, Ancestry can also help you fill in pieces of your family history.
How does AncestryDNA find your story? They have amassed the most diverse DNA collection on earth so they can use our latest science to compare your DNA to people all over the world—from small tribes in Africa to farmers in the Irish countryside.
An incredible story recently emerged, and was followed by the Washington Post and media around the world, when a woman, considering herself strongly Irish American, took an AncestryDNA test and discovered that she was in fact half Jewish. He DNA test unraveled a family secret, nearly a century old. You can read her full story here.
The AncestryDNA tests are truly amazing. Recently IrishCentral’s Founder Niall O’Dowd took a text “and was shocked at what” he discovered including that he has “roots tracing back to South East Asia thousands of years ago.” Even Reese Witherspoon has taken the test and it revealed she has Irish roots she was never aware about.
Isn’t it time you found out a little more about your ancestry?