Test Kits Now Available For As Low As $25 Per Month | In The News

African Ancestry, Inc. has announced its partnership with financial technology company enabling consumers to purchase its proprietary DNA test kits starting as low as $25 per month without a credit card. Right on time for the holidays, the special payment options are available for its MatriClan™ Test, PatriClan™ Test, African Ancestry Keepsake Box®, Family Celebration Package and its Heirloom Pendant Collection®.

“This alliance is groundbreaking because it makes it even more affordable for Black people to find out their specific African roots using our database of African lineages – 30 times larger than any other competitor’s database,” said Dr. Gina Paige, president, and co-founder of “While the new options are available year-round, we’re excited to give consumers an additional incentive to give the gift of ancestry during this holiday season.”

How it Works
Shoppers can visit and look for the Affirm logo next to the product of choice. A few clicks away and qualified consumers can select their preferred repayment term, spreading the cost over time. purchases arrive within a few weeks of the initial payment. All ongoing payments are managed through Affirm.

Holiday Deals
Starting on November 29 through December 31, people can also visit for a variety of savings and deals. Black Friday and Cyber Monday offer the steepest discounts on individual tests; however, family packages, pendants, and keepsakes will also offer promotional pricing.

For more information on African Ancestry, visit For press inquiries, contact Nichole Taylor at


About African Ancestry
Founded in 2003, African Ancestry Inc. pioneered African lineage matching in the United States utilizing its proprietary DNA-database to more accurately assess present-day countries of origin for people of African descent. African Ancestry’s products include the MatriClan™ and PatriClan™ ancestry tests and customized memorabilia and informative resources. African Ancestry is Black-owned and headquartered in Washington, DC.

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