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Ancestry’s Mother’s Day sale knocks up to $50 off its kits, so you can help mom discover her roots

Ancestry’s Mother’s Day sale knocks up to $50 off its kits, so you can help mom discover her roots
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Ancestry's Mother's Day sale is live, and now you can save up to $50 on one of the best DNA testing kits so you can help mom discover her roots. 

From today, April 29th, until Sunday, May 10th, get AncestryDNA for just $59, down from $99, and Ancestry Health for $99, down from $149. That's massive savings!

If you're looking for the perfect Mother's Day gift, look no further than Ancestry's Mother's Day sale. 

To help mom discover her roots, get AncestryDNA for just $59 (plus tax and shipping). With this kit, get ethnicity and historical details and DNA matches. That means that mom will be able to trace her origins, how her (and your) ancestors traveled across continents, and find DNA matches among current Ancestry users. 

For more health insight, opt for the AncestryHealth kit. You'll get the same insights you would get from AncestryDNA, plus a deep look into how your DNA affects your health. Ancestry will also provide action plans to get you in optimal health based on the results that you can discuss with a medical professional. Although this kit should not be used as a way to diagnose any conditions, it can help mom discover a little more about herself. The gift of discovery and knowledge is a wonderful gift indeed!

Need more ideas for Mother's Day gifts? Check out our guide to Mother's Days gifts for every budget, whether you're looking for something small or something quite large. Not sure what she'll want this year? The best gift baskets and the best flower delivery online always make wonderful gifts. 

Sophie Kaemmerle

Sophie is TopTenReviews’s Hobbies and Lifestyle Editor. She is a born and bred New Yorker who, paradoxically, loves being in the great outdoors. Her favorite pastimes include running, baking, and writing. She also spends her time volunteering and leading volunteer projects with the Good+ Foundation and Achilles International when not providing information on the best deals, products, and services on the internet to TopTenReviews readers.