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Ancestry.com Free Trial
Interested in learning a little more about your family's history? For a limited time, Ancestry.com is offering a FREE 14-day trial on all of their memberships AND up to $60 off your first 6 months of membership if you choose to continue after your trial is over!
An Ancestry membership gives you access to an unparalleled collection of billions of records. You’ll have amazing resources at your fingertips including census records, wills, ships' logs, and more.
But you can try it completely free for 14 days right now – cancel any time!
Choose from the following membership plans for your free trial:
U.S. Discovery – Access all U.S. records on Ancestry.
*Costs $16.50/month for 6 months after trial (Reg. $25)
World Explorer – Access all U.S. & international records on Ancestry.
*Costs $24.83/month for 6 months after trial (Reg. $40)
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*Costs $39.83/month for 6 months after trial (Reg. $60)
What's included in the free trial?
Free trials are available for each of the three subscriptions available. The subscription you choose for the free trial will be the subscription your trial turns into after two weeks. During the trial period, you have complete access to all records and features available with that subscription.
Will I be charged during the free trial?
If a free trial is canceled during the trial period, the trial will end automatically, and you will not be charged. Free trials on Ancestry automatically turn into paid subscriptions after two weeks.
How do I cancel my subscription?
It's easy! Cancel ANY time at least two days before your renewal date by visiting your Account Settings section or by contacting Ancestry.com directly.
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