Tips and Tricks for Getting FREE SHIPPING at AncestryDNA
Whether there is a big sale on AncestryDNA (like the current AncestryDNA Family History Month Sale valid through Sunday, October 21st) or not, many of our readers ask how they can avoid the shipping fees that are added when buying any DNA test kit.
Depending on the vendor, these fees can run as high as $12.95 USD per test; even more for expedited shipping or to ship outside the United States.
So here are some tricks that we’ve used when working with AncestryDNA:
FREE SHIPPING for Amazon Prime Members
The easiest and consistently reliable way to get free shipping is to purchase AncestryDNA via Amazon as an Amazon Prime Member. Depending upon your location (urban area vs. rural), you can even get SAME DAY SHIPPING for free!
Click HERE to shop for AncestryDNA via Amazon. Sale valid through Sunday, October 21st!
If you do not have a Prime Membership at Amazon, click HERE to sign up for a FREE 30-day trial!
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