AncestryDNA Expands To 54 New Markets Globally

AncestryDNA has expanded to 54 new markets across North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Now available to consumers in 89 countries and territories on 5 continents, this expansion more than doubles the number of markets where people can access AncestryDNA, enabling millions more people to find and connect with family.

Ancestry’s simple, step-by-step, DNA test reveals an individual’s unique ethnic background and helps match them to new relatives. AncestryDNA provides a precise ethnicity estimate with greater geographic detail and in-depth historical insights that connect people to the places in the world where their family’s story began.

The full list of new markets that AncesrtyDNA is available for purchase include:

Caribbean: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, Monserrat, Puerto Rico, Saba, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and Grenadines, Saint Eustatius, Saint Maarten, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos, US Virgin Islands

Pacific Islands: Guam, America Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands

South America: Argentina, Guyana

Europe: Portugal, Latvia, Iceland, Spain, Belgium, Italy, Monaco, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Serbia, Moldova, Azerbaijan, North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro

Asia: Phillippines, Singapore, Japan

Africa: South Africa

We plan to expand to more than 200 markets by the end of 2022, including nearly every territory in North and South America, Europe, Africa, and many countries in Asia.

AncestryDNA is the largest global consumer DNA network with more than 22 million people with ancestry from nearly every country in the world. With more than 1,500 distinct regions and nearly 1 trillion DNA matches, there’s endless opportunities to find family connections and better understand the different regions that make up your estimate.

Only AncestryDNA is powered by SideView technology, a first-of-its-kind scientific innovation into which an individual inherited their genetics from, without requiring a parent to be tested. AncestryDNA also includes Traits, enabling consumers to discover 35+ of their most interesting traits and explore how their genes might have influenced a range of appearance, sensory, fitness, nutrient, and other personal characteristics – like endurance, fitness, heart rate recovery, and more.

“We are delighted to bring AncestryDNA to new customers across five continents. This global expansion for Ancestry builds upon the breadth and depth of our market-leading global DNA product and community,” said Brian Donnelly, Senior Vice President and General Manager of AncestryDNA and Ancestry International. 

AncestryDNA is now available in every country and territory listed above, and can be purchased at

“People in these markets will now have access to the full suite of AncestryDNA features including ethnicity estimates and inheritance, DNA matches, community assignments, and reports about traits that are influenced by their genetics. In addition, these customers have the ability to access our growing library of family history records, which includes over 30 billion digital records from more than 80 countries of origin to support their genealogy and family history research.”

There are three versions of AncestryDNA. “AncestryDNA” costs $99 (unless it is on sale). “AncestryDNA + World Explorer Membership” costs $100 (unless it is on sale). AncestryDNA Traits + All Access Membership” costs $199 (unless it is on sale). 

AncestryDNA says: Your privacy is our highest priority. We use industry standard security practices to store your DNA sample, your DNA test results, and other personal data you provide to us. In addition, we store your DNA test results and DNA sample without your name or common identifying information. You own your DNA data.

At any time, you can choose to download your DNA Data have us delete your DNA test results as described in the Ancestry Privacy Statement, or have us destroy your physical DNA saliva sample. We do not share with third parties your name or other common identifying information linked to your genetic data, except as legally required or with your explicit consent.

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