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  • #16
    Originally posted by Leeb View Post
    Ok Thanks Armando..Just out of curiosity what is the turnaround for these packs?
    I waited 6 months for a single Snp before -
    I have no idea. The past 12 months have been really bad but recently things are looking better so it shouldn't be too long. I think that any wait is worth the price and high number of SNPs tested. There are just too many subclades under DF27 and there is only one competitor that offers the product and those results won't show up at FTDNA.

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    • #17
      For those eligible for the upgrade, their haplotree tree is clearly marked with SNPs tested by the pack in pink (fuchsia?).

      W.

      P.S.
      I will have a break from forum participation/DNA analysis over next weeks. See you later!
      Last edited by dna; 29 July 2015, 01:51 PM.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by 1798 View Post
        FTDNA has sale on at 79$ for R1b SNP pack.

        Includes 61 SNPs on the Haplotree:

        M343, L278, P297, M269, L23, L51, P310, P311, P312, L21, DF21, M222, Z255, Z253, L513, L371, CTS3386, CTS4466, CTS1751, Z195, SRY2627, Z295, U152, L2, Z49, Z367, PF6610, CTS5689, Z36, Z225, DF19, CTS11567, F2691, CTS10429, U106, Z381, L48, Z9, L47, Z156, Z18, CTS4528, PF6714, PF7589, PF3252, CTS7763, Z1862, CTS6937, F2863, M73, V88, L238, DF99, L389, M335, DF13, DF63, DF95, DF49, S11601, Z17

        Includes 79 SNPs not on the Haplotree:

        BY2895, A6454, BY2896, A1773, A2150, A274, A4670, A517, BY2823, BY2868, BY575, CTS11994, CTS5330, DF110, DF17, DF41, DF81, DF83, DF88, DF90, FGC10516, FGC11134, FGC13620, FGC13780, FGC20761, FGC22501, FGC396, FGC5301, FGC5336, FGC5338, FGC5344, FGC5345, FGC5351, FGC5354, FGC5356, FGC5367, FGC5373, FGC5494, FGC5798, L1335, L277, L408, L584, L617, L881, M1994, MC14, PF331, PF6658, PF7562, PF7600, S1026, S1051, S11493, S12025, S1567, S16264, S1688, S18632, S18827, S7721, Y5058, Z16500, Z198, Z209, Z2103, Z2106, Z2109, Z251, Z2542, Z2573, Z262, Z296, Z301, Z302, Z56, Z8056, DF103, Z17300
        This test is a good starter SNP test for those who had a YSTR test only. I think that in the future there will be other offers.

        Bolded SNPs are U106.
        Last edited by 1798; 29 July 2015, 02:17 PM.

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        • #19
          Ad just broadcast

          I got the advertisement earlier today despite the fact that I'm already Z343 and the test would add nothing. If I weren't looking closely, I might buy it thinking that one of their new SNPs might be downstream of Z343 (justifying the ad sent to me). Their "money back guarantee" wouldn't help because I'd presumably test positive for U106 which is upstream of where I've already tested.

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          • #20
            I hope a lot of the people who are predicted M269 will avail of this test. It is value for money. Some of the SNPs are shown on the FTDNA haplotree today.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by dna View Post
              For those eligible for the upgrade, their haplotree tree is clearly marked with SNPs tested by the pack in pink (fuchsia?).
              Huh... my brother's account had them in pink this morning, but now they're not pink any more. The banner is no longer on his home page or haplotree/SNPs page. He's tested FGC11397+ and a Big Y. I wonder if they changed the notification algorithm???

              kathy

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              • #22
                Originally posted by 1798 View Post
                I hope a lot of the people who are predicted M269 will avail of this test. It is value for money. Some of the SNPs are shown on the FTDNA haplotree today.
                1798
                So do you think this would be a good pack to test my Dad on since he is R-M269. We had discussed in another thread that he had went from R-M269 to RP312 than back to RM269. You thought he was probably DF27 when you looked at his matches on Ysearch. He is WAHM and you thought that pointed to DF27. Someone else said L21 was a possibility too. His kit is 363703 and Ysearch is #6uvu6.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by LarryBurford View Post
                  1798
                  So do you think this would be a good pack to test my Dad on since he is R-M269. We had discussed in another thread that he had went from R-M269 to RP312 than back to RM269. You thought he was probably DF27 when you looked at his matches on Ysearch. He is WAHM and you thought that pointed to DF27. Someone else said L21 was a possibility too. His kit is 363703 and Ysearch is #6uvu6.
                  If you haven't already ordered an individual SNP test for DF27 then the panel test could be useful for you. The WAHM is found in a wide variety of R1b subclades including U106 and P312 subclades and this test is a time and cost effecient way of covering the bases. Even if you have ordered DF27 it could still be useful, as the test includes some subclades of DF27 and there is no guarantee that you are DF27 anyway.

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                  • #24
                    Already batched

                    I ordered the SNP bundle this afternoon for my wife's uncle and it's already batched: Batch 633.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by LarryBurford View Post
                      1798
                      So do you think this would be a good pack to test my Dad on since he is R-M269. We had discussed in another thread that he had went from R-M269 to RP312 than back to RM269. You thought he was probably DF27 when you looked at his matches on Ysearch. He is WAHM and you thought that pointed to DF27. Someone else said L21 was a possibility too. His kit is 363703 and Ysearch is #6uvu6.
                      Yes.I paid a lot more money for SNP tests over the last eight years. I wish it had been on the menu at that time.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by T E Peterman View Post
                        Where does one see the sale?

                        Timothy Peterman
                        I got an e-mail, and I have seen postings on the R1b haplogroup site (that I joined after the e-mail. I am assuming the only people who got an e-mail were people already tested and put in the R1b haplogroup. My dad tested. He is R-M269.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by mahgninnuc View Post
                          I ordered the SNP bundle this afternoon for my wife's uncle and it's already batched: Batch 633.
                          Same with my dad.

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                          • #28
                            I've gone and ordered this bad boy.

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                            • #29
                              Any info on the BY-SNPS?

                              BY2896, BY2895, BY2823, BY2868, BY575.

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                              • #30
                                My son, who is R-U198 based on his Geno 2.0 test, has the banner ad. The new SNP panel is terrific for those who haven't done any SNP testing at all, but it would be pointless for him. Apparently FTDNA is not taking Geno 2.0 results into account when inserting the banner ad for the SNP pack.

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