This week's top special offers and discounts for family historians

By Rosemary Collins, 13 June 2018 - 2:34pm

Every week, we scour the web to bring you the best family history deals. This week, we've got a Father's Day discount on 23andMe DNA tests and more

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Last updated Wednesday 13 June 2018

 

23andMe
DNA tests from 23andMe are available with 30% off to celebrate Father's Day.

23andMe
Was: £79, £149 for ancestry and health service
Now: £55, £104 for ancestry and health service
Offer ends: 17 June 2018

 

Ancestry DNA test
Discover your global genetic origins with Ancestry's DNA test, now available with a 20% discount to celebrate the World Cup.

AncestryDNA
Was: £79
Now: £63
Offer ends: 24 June 2018

 

Who Do You Think You Are? digital subscription
Try Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine's digital edition with your first three issues for just £1. And if that's not enough, we're offering a six-month free trial of The Telegraph worth £26 as well.

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine digital subscription with The Telegraph trial
Was: £30
Now: £1
Offer ends: Unknown

 
 
 

The Family History Show, York
Buy one, get one half price in this early bird tickets discount for The Family History Show's York event. The show features free talks by family historians, stalls by over 130 exhibitors and more.

The Family History Show, York
Was: £10 for two tickets
Now: £7.50
Offer ends: Unknown

 

The Battle of the Lys
Publisher Pen & Sword has bundle offer on Chris Baker's two titles on the Battle of the Lys 1918, concentrating on the northern and southern halves of the battlefield. They include a historical narrative of the crucial battle and a series of tours of the area.

The Battle of the Lys 1918 - North and South 
Was: £29.98

Now: £20

Offer ends: 23.59pm, 31 August 2018


 

 

 

 

 

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