TWO 23andMe Ancestry Kits Only $112.95 Shipped ($200 Value)

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Through November 22nd, head on over to where you can score an Ancestry Kit for $69 (regularly $99) or you can buy two Ancestry Kits and pay just $49 each! Shipping is $9.95 for one kit and $14.95 for two.

This kit includes the ancestry service which will give you access to online personalized genetic reports based on the results of your DNA sample. From the results, you’ll discover information about your ancestry composition from over 150 regions worldwide.

Simply send in a saliva sample and your results will be ready in about 6-8 weeks and you’ll then score a detailed breakdown of your global ancestry.

Score one for yourself and one as a gift with this deal idea!

Buy two Ancestry Kits $49 each (regularly $99)
Total = $98
Shipping is $14.95
Final cost is $112.95 shipped! 

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Comments 29

  1. Wendy Egres

    It appears it does not include the medical information portion only the ancestry portion

  2. Jessa

    Ugh! I was hoping the health one would be marked down too :-/

  3. Elle

    Also, if you’re not needing the second kit, Target’s Black Friday ad includes the 23 & Me kit for $59 plus a $10 Target gift card, so essentially the same price if you wait a little longer…more of a discount if you have the Red Card. It’s posted as a Doorbuster so I am not sure if that means it will only be available in-store or online, as well.

    • Lisa

      Cvs Black Friday has it for $29.99 plus you get $29.99 in extra care rewards for your next purchase!

  4. Courtney

    This doesn’t include the health markers.

  5. Elizabeth

    If you want to wait until black friday CVS will have them for $29.99 and you get $29.99 back in earned cash black so FREE after rewards.

    • Caitlin

      You have to pay a lab fee of $69 on those. These have the lab fee included.

      • Lisa

        Lab fee is included in the CVS BF version. I work there and we’ve got them in stock already.

        • Laura

          The 23 and Me website says the CVS kits do cost extra for lab fees. Do you see anywhere on your package that says otherwise? Wanting to make sure.

    • Liz

      Thank you!!

  6. Adaysleeper

    Am I the only one who is a little skeeved out about voluntarily submitting your DNA to be stored in a database? Sure, they tell you that it’s all secure and confidential, but how many other products were websites have said the same and then been hacked? Just saying, not judging.

    • Ashley

      That and the fact that you release rights along with your sample. I would love to get the results, but am too afraid of the possibilities of what could happen with said information.

    • Me

      I read a book years ago (fiction of course and the title escapes me right now) about something similar to this and everyone that had gone in for a blood test had their ids, markers, blood types, etc. stored in a database by the company that ran everything and owned everything without their knowledge. Poor, or socially insignificant people would show up dead missing body parts or internal organs. Turns out the information was being used to “save” rich or socially significant people that the company deemed “worthy” of living that needed these body parts or organs due to medical issues……creepy, but not far fetched the way the world and your personal information is going. I know…totally conspiracy theory, but this conversation reminded me of that book….

  7. Kim

    Just wait a couple years, I see a geneticist due to a rare genetic mutation I have and he said genetic testing will come down by a lot in a couple years. Tests that are now thousands will be around $100 and you can find out much more detailed info than these kits give you.

  8. Leslie

    It doesn’t matter which one you get. 23andMe has horrible interpretation of the genes.
    I used genetic genie for simple interpretation (mthfr, comt, vdr).
    LiveWello and Promethease are AMAZING. The applications use your raw data and give you extensive information. I’ve pretty much changed the supplements I take based on the information.
    I got the full version and was disappointed in their health information. I have all the information and more from Promethease alone!

    • Melissa J

      Hi! Could you tell me what ”mthfr, comt, vdr” means? I’m wanting to get dna tests especially for the health data, but don’t really know what all to look for. Thanks!

    • Kristie

      Leslie, I did the same with the MTHFR and COMT info! I’ve learned a lot from some FB groups on the topic and am seeing significant improvements from supplementing appropriately and removing enriched flours from our diets!

  9. Lisa

    No thanks! I just googled 23 & Me Lawsuits. Yikes!

    • Stacey

      You should look at what information google collects from its users. Its a space that isn’t regulated. They have a lot of control and power. Check out the movie Terms and Conditions May Apply.

  10. Erica

    I just learned the other days these companies are keeping your DNA and sharing it with law enforcement. So if you had a 3rd -4th generation cousin that committed a crime and it’s a cold case…..well you get the idea.
    Just an FYI!

  11. Pretygirlygirl

    Sooooo my dad back In His younger years was a sperm donor. And just this year one of his “children” found us. This new so called “brother” of mine did 23 and me and it linked him to my cousin. He was confused cause my cousin was more of a genetic match than his cousins he knew. So he reached out to my cousin. Who told his mom and she put the pieces together and realized who this person was. SO now I have a half Brother after 31 years of thinking I was an Only Child.

    • Jessica

      That’s awesome! Last year I found my unknown birth father and his family through DNA testing (on ancestry I was linked with a first cousin that wasn’t on my moms side). I also have a new half brother and grew up as an only child.

  12. Sam E

    This is so awesome. I found out I’m both sibling to a baby boomer, daughter of a native American, and father of a milenial who happens to link my other daughter all the way back to the mayflower! Yet I’m not a citizen and people don’t consider me American so…

  13. Jimmy

    Man. There are a lot of Anglo people with serial killers for relatives on these ancestry sites…

  14. Lu

    I’d like to suggest that this is not the best gift idea unless you check with the recipient first. My father got two kits for my husband and I last year for Christmas without asking, and we had no interest in being tested. We couldn’t return the kits because he already registered them to us or something like that, I’m not even sure what the story was exactly, but the company was completely unhelpful so it was just a lot of money down the toilet.

  15. Lee

    I have Crohn’s disease and 23 and me reached out for me to give a sample so the drug companies could try to find a better treatment for the disease since it involves so many genese. In exchange for that, I got the DNA/Ancestry and medical aspects totally free. As well as invites to further reasearch and I have been compensated with Amazon gift cards.

  16. Crystal

    I’ve also read that life insurance companies may have some way of using this information to deny coverage/raise rates based on medical markers. Not sure how accurate that is but scares me enough to not use one!

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