Celebrate culture and diversity with up to 67% off DNA Kits

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Whether you grew up in a multicultural household or only identify with one nationality, your heritage is more than just about your origins. People have been more curious than ever about their backgrounds as of late thanks to DNA kits, but they are a little pricey.

If you’ve wished they were more affordable, today is your day. Both 23andMe and MyHeritage are running Prime Day deals, so if you want to grab one now is your chance!

Using a DNA kit is simple. Open it up and prepare a small sample of your saliva in the included test tube. Send it off in the included prepaid envelope, and in 6-8 weeks you’ll receive a detailed report via email. You’ll discover the full map of your ethnicity and can use it to make new family connections. You could find out about relatives you never knew you had!

23andMe is offering Prime members a whopping 67% the price of its kit. Usually $299, Amazon Prime members can learn all about their ancestors for just $99.99– the kit’s lowest price ever!

MyHeritage normally runs $75, but it’s marked down to $67 for Prime Day. It’s the ideal option if you have a smaller budget but are still curious about your origins.

Buy 23andMe here and MyHeritage here


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Marisa Losciale

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Colette Bennett

Colette Bennett is a writer/editor who specializes in web culture, skincare, and all things geek. Her work has appeared on CNN, HLN, Engadget, Kotaku, Colourlovers, and Continue Magazine. She also writes horror and sci-fi fiction for Corona Books and is at work on her second novel.