Posted by Chuck on July 16, 2018
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Published on July 16th, 2018 | by Chuck

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[Expired] Amazon: 23andMe DNA Genetic/Ancestry Test + 75 Reports For $99 (Normally $199)

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The Offer

Direct link to offer (affiliate link)

  • 23andMe is offering their DNA test for just $99.99 instead of the regular $199.99.

The Health + Ancestry Personal Genetic Service comes with 75+ Online Reports and includes at-home saliva collection kit.

The Fine Print

  • Offer ends at the end of Prime Day (midnight PT on July 17th)
  • Limit 10
  • Amazon Prime members only

Our Verdict

Genetic testing isn’t for everybody – please do some research before purchasing this for yourself or somebody else. Here is a good place to start. Knowing that you’re at a genetic risk for something or a carrier for something can really play with your mind. I personally find these sorts of reports to be insanely interesting, but again this is definitely not for everybody.

I can’t stress how important it is to do some research before purchasing! If you’ve done one of these tests before, share your thoughts in the comments below.

Last year, this half-price deal was the most popular Prime Day deals for our readers. This year they are not offering the ancestry-only option on sale, only the health + ancestry option is available.

We’ve added this to our main Prime Day stickied post. 



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MarcoPolo
MarcoPolo

This is the best way to give your genetic info to the big brother 🙂

Gadget
Gadget

Yes, and the cotton swab collection device is actually the mind control virus injector.

mk712
mk712

While I would usually also smile at such comments, in this particular case it isn’t very far fetched and a recent news story definitely brought up a lot of questions around these tests (just Google “golden state killer dna” and pick any of the hundreds of articles you’ll find).

Of course it isn’t as simple as “use this and the police will have your DNA”, and there is always the good ol’ “I don’t care if they do” retort, but you can’t argue there are privacy concerns associated with these.

George
George

You guys should check out a company called Encrypgen (DNA). Doing some amazing things in Genomics.

William Charles

Will do!

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