This week's top special offers and discounts for family historians

By Rosemary Collins, 21 November 2017 - 3:37pm

This week, we've got an exclusive discount on Society of Genealogists membership, 38% off a digital subscription to Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine and more

A Madison Avenue clearance sale in the 1950s (Credit: Charles Phelps Cushing/ClassicStock/Getty Images)

Last updated Tuesday 21 November 2017

Society of Genealogists membership
Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine is teaming up with the Society of Genealogists to offer 25% off membership for our readers. To join Britain's premier family history society and take advantage of its unique records and courses, simply visit the link and join using the code WDY17.

Society of Genealogists
Was: £80 full membership, £56 associate membership
Now: £60 full membership, £42 associate membership
Offer ends: 31 December 2017


Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine digital subscription
For a limited time, we're offering 38% off a 12-month subscription to our digital issue, with the first issue free. Simply download the app via Apple or Google Play to get started.

Immediate Media
Was: £44.99
Now: £27.89
Offer ends: 26 November 2017


Family history website TheGenealogist has an introductory offer of a third off its four-month diamond subscription. The website includes access to censuses, BMD records, Nonconformist records, wills and more.

Was: £59.95
Now: £39.95
Offer ends: Unknown


MyHeritage DNA test
Family history company MyHeritage has an autumn special offer on its DNA test, which allows you to discover your ethnic heritage and trace DNA matches.

Was: £75
Now: £45
Offer ends: Unknown


Living DNA
Living DNA has £21 off its DNA test in its Christmas Gift Sale. The test allows you to trace your ancestry around the world and makes the perfect present for a relative or friend.

Living DNA
Was: £120
Now: £99
Offer ends: Unknown




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