Ancestry discount for AARP members

Here’s something to keep in mind if you’re contemplating a new Ancestry.com subscription:

Ancestry offers a 30% discount for AARP members.

Hey, it apparently even applies if you’re already with Ancestry and want to renew!

Check it out: www.ancestry.com/cs/us/aarp?o_xid=57372&o_lid=57372&o_sch=Partners

A penny saved is a penny earned!

(Thanks to FW for another good tip.)

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