Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Converting a non-FTDNA Y DNA test to an FTDNA test

Have you taken a Y DNA test at a company and then found you could not easily compare your results to people in an FTDNA Y DNA surname group? You have two options: Make an entry on YSearch, and still only compare with others at YSearch, or get a new test at FTDNA.

FTNDA has a Promotional price for converting your test at any of these companies, Relative Genetics, DNAHeritage, Ancestry, Oxford Ancestors, or Genebase, to one of the FTDNA, 12, 25, 37 or 67 marker tests. See the PDF page at this website: http://www.familytreedna.com/PDF/PROMO_GAP.pdf

1 comment:

Ginger Smith said...

Isn't that "promotional testing price" the same thing offered to people who haven't tested with anyone before?