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  • Geneadict
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    part 8

    Sizzling Summer Sales - June 2011
    Family Finder Was $289 Now $199
    Y-DNA 12 to 25 Was $49 Now $35
    Y-DNA 12 to 37 Was $99 Now $69
    Y-DNA 12 to 67 Was $189 Now $148
    Y-DNA 25 to 37 Was $49 Now $35
    Y-DNA 25 to 67 Was $148 Now $114
    Y-DNA 37 to 67 Was $99 Now $79
    mt to FMS Was $269 Now $229
    mtPlus to FMS Was $239 Now $199

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  • Geneadict
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    part 7

    DNA Day Sale - April 2011 - intended to be tied to a Facebook "likes" target, not acheived.
    DNA Day is April 15th! Starting at 12:00 PM on April 14th, join the celebration!
    New customers:
    Y-DNA12…… $59
    Y-DNA37…… $129
    ...mtDNA……… $59
    Family Finder… $199
    Family Finder + Y-DNA12… $258
    Family Finder + mtDNA…… $258
    Family Finder + mtFullSequence + Y-DNA67 … $657
    Upgrades:
    Y-DNA12 add-on … $59
    Y-DNA12 to 37…… $69
    Y-DNA37 to 67…… $79
    Y-DNA12 to 67…… $148
    mtDNA add-on …… $59
    mtFull Sequence upgrade … $199
    Family Finder add-on … $199

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  • Geneadict
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    part 6

    Facebook Only - 24 hour sale - Feb 2011
    The 40% FTDNA SALE can be found on the FTDNA Facebook Page and is a great offer.
    Congratulations! You have earned a 40% discount any of these tests:
    Y-DNA37
    mtDNAPlus
    mtDNAFullSequence
    ...Y-DNA37+mtDNAPlus
    Family Finder
    Family Finder+mtDNAPlus
    FamilyFinder+Y-DNA37
    Comprehensive Genome
    Warrior Gene
    The coupon code is 5000FACES. This is only valid for new kits and can't be used on existing kits. Enter the code while ordering atwww.familytreedna.com. It expires 24 HOURS from now!

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  • Geneadict
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    part 5

    Holiday Sale - November 2010 - Upgrades
    Current Group Price SALE PRICE
    Y12-37 $99 $69
    Y12-67 $189 $149
    Y25-67 $148 $109
    Y37-67 $99 $79

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  • Geneadict
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    part 4

    Upgrade Sale - July 2010
    Current Group SALE Price
    Y12-25 $49 $35
    Y12-37 $99 $69
    Y12-67 $189 $149
    Y25-37 $49 $35
    Y25-67 $148 $109
    Y37-67 $99 $79

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  • Geneadict
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    part 3

    Holiday Season Promotion - November 2009
    Y-DNA37 promotional price $119 (reg. price $149)
    Y-DNA67 – promotional price $209 (reg. price $239)
    mtDNAPlus – promotional price $139 (reg. price $149)
    SuperDNA – promotional price $488 (reg. price $665)

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  • Geneadict
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    part 2

    Apparently I got truncated, will use more than one post:

    July 2009 sale
    Y-DNA37 promotional price $119 (reg. price $149)
    Y-DNA67 – promotional price $199 (reg. price $238)
    mtDNAPlus – promotional price $119 (reg. price $149)

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  • Geneadict
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    Prior Sales Pricing

    For anyone comparing notes, here's some of FTDNA's prior sale pricing :

    Sizzling Summer Sale - August 2008
    Y-DNA12 orders include a FREE mtDNA test (Y-DNA12+mtDNA promotion price of $99; normally $189)
    Y-DNA25 orders include a FREE mtDNA test (Y-DNA25+mtDNA promotion price of $148; normally $238)
    Y-DNA37 orders price REDUCED to $119 (normally $189)
    Y-DNA37+mtDNAPlus orders price REDUCED to $189 (normally $339)
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus orders price REDUCED to $288 (normally $409)
    mtDNAPlus price REDUCED to $149 (normally $189)


    November 2008 sale
    Y-DNA37 $119
    Y-DNA37+mtDNAPlus $199
    Y-DNA67 $218
    Y-DNA67+mtDNAPlus $308
    mtDNAPlus $139
    Full Genomic mtDNA $395
    SuperDNA $613


    Unparralleled 50% Promotion - June 2009
    Y-DNA37+mtDNA for $119. (The regular project price is $248

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  • Mudgeeclarke
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    Originally posted by mkdexter View Post
    Ha ha.. yeah waiting is the worst part... so I've been told twice already that it starts today and runs the rest of the year.
    ... but there's nothing left for me to buy (and no relatives that I am aware of who will step up for a test). Sale ... Schmale ...

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  • nolnacsj
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    Originally posted by mkdexter View Post
    Ha ha.. yeah waiting is the worst part... so I've been told twice already that it starts today and runs the rest of the year.
    This thread has me holding my sides from laughing so much! I wonder if a clever sense of humor is genetic?!

    Keep it up! It helps pass the time when pacing back and forth in the maternity ward.
    Judy

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  • mkdexter
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    Ha ha.. yeah waiting is the worst part... so I've been told twice already that it starts today and runs the rest of the year.
    Last edited by mkdexter; 14 November 2011, 12:48 PM.

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  • Geneadict
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    Originally posted by mkdexter View Post
    it was then now, but now its not then, so it isn't now or then anymore. it will be now soon though!
    Dad, are we there yet *lol*

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  • Geneadict
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    Originally posted by thetick View Post
    You don't need a facebook account to look at FTDNA Facebook page.
    Doesn't really matter. I don't spend much, if any time there. And while I'm online enough to usually catch info on a sale somewhere, there are MANY FTDNA customers who do not spend much, if any time online beyond checking their e-mail. The fact that some of these sales take place with FB as their primary focus and MANY long time customers who have given FTDNA allot of business, but do not even get a courtesy e-mail or learning of some of these sales after the fact.

    If like last year, this end of year sale will run for several weeks or through the end of the year, so not necessarily same issue.

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  • Mudgeeclarke
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    Originally posted by mkdexter View Post
    it was then now, but now its not then, so it isn't now or then anymore. It will be now soon though!
    rotfl
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  • mkdexter
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    it was then now, but now its not then, so it isn't now or then anymore. it will be now soon though!

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