You can get the kit for under $50 today.
By The Editors of Prevention
People are pretty obsessed with ancestry DNA test kits—and it’s easy to see why. All you have to do is spit into a saliva collection kit, pop the kit in the mail, and wait. Then, six to eight weeks later you have a wealth of interesting information about your heritage delivered right to your computer or smartphone app.
Decoding your DNA isn’t cheap, but you can save 50 percent on the National Geographic DNA Test Kit: Geno 2.0 Next Generation when you pick one up on Amazon during their huge Prime Day sale.SHOP NOW
Prevention.com has tested many of the DNA test kits on the market, including 23andMe, Ancestry DNA, and this one (read our full DNA test kit reviews). We believe this test kit is the best one to buy if you’re most interested in taking a deep dive into your ancestral history. While most other services are focused on revealing your close ancestors and details about your recent heritage, NatGeo goes back a lot further—its reports show your ancestral makeup reaching back up to 100,000 years, and also as recently as a few hundred years ago.
It’s rare to be able to buy a DNA test kit for under $50, but today, this kit (normally $99.95) is only $49.95. The only catch: You need a membership to take advantage of this deal, so if you don’t have one, sign up here. (If you don’t want to be a Prime member for the long haul you always sign up for a 30-day free trial and then cancel your membership.) This deal ends at 3am EST on July 18, or until supplies run out.
From: Prevention US