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ANCESTRY.CO.UK - half-price membership - from £41.70 per annum +quidco 25%

£41.70 @ Ancestry.co.uk
Any of you who use ancestry, realise how expensive it is. Found this today: 50% Off Essential Membership £41.70 Premium Membership £53.70 Worldwide Membership £77.70 Possible 25% quidco too!!…
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Any of you who use ancestry, realise how expensive it is. Found this today:

50% Off
Essential Membership £41.70
Premium Membership £53.70
Worldwide Membership £77.70
Possible 25% quidco too!!!!!!!!!
Hope it helps someone out :)
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#2
Omg love your avatar :w00t:

Voted hot as the deal is good.

However.... Is it really worth signing up to this for an entire year? :S Would you actually use the service more than once?
#3
To be honest - when you first get into it - then yes - you wont be able to leave it alone :)

I had access for a couple of years when it was about £75 for basic membership.

It is very addictive - I've gone off the boil abit now - but every now and then, you suddenly get an email about a name and wish you still had ancestry access at home.
1 Like #4
Possible 25% Quidco as well
#5
merlinthehappypig
Possible 25% Quidco as well


Well done you :thumbsup:
Have added it to the post - thanks :)
#6
Shared betwen other members of the family, this could be a pretty good deal.


I take it that the one password would give all access so that you don't have to do all of the research yourself.
#7
Ahem - you could share a username and password (not sure if legally this is right of course :)

But if you want to get into doing family trees - you do have to do some research!!!!
#8
I had this offer via email but when I try to go through Quidco, the 50% off offer doesn't show, it just takes you through to the full price subscriptions page. Does anyone know how to get to the half price offer and get the 25% Quidco cashback too?
#9
googlequeen;5355639
I had this offer via email but when I try to go through Quidco, the 50% off offer doesn't show, it just takes you through to the full price subscriptions page. Does anyone know how to get to the half price offer and get the 25% Quidco cashback too?


Copy the address from the link on this post - go through to the Ancestry.com website via Quidco, then paste the copied address into the Ancestry.com website. I've done this before with other sites and it has worked o.k., but remember there are never any guarantees with Quidco, so simply regard it as a bonus if you get the 25%.
#10
Thanks very much, merlinthehappypig, I'll give it a try!
#11
Great find, thanks, voted HOT and repped.:thumbsup:
#12
Rather pointless when you can get free access at most Libraries.
#13
if you are housebound its a godsend.
#14
mjt1337
Rather pointless when you can get free access at most Libraries.


Ha Ha Ha

I have 3 kids - no time to spend down the library for hours!!!!!
Which is what happens when you get addicted to family treeing (spending hours on ancestry and the like)! :thumbsup:
#15
£11.68 Quidco tracked for me using the cut and paste method:)
#16
merlinthehappypig
£11.68 Quidco tracked for me using the cut and paste method:)


nice - wish I had the spare cash at the mo :(
#17
mrspatch
Ha Ha Ha

I have 3 kids - no time to spend down the library for hours!!!!!
Which is what happens when you get addicted to family treeing (spending hours on ancestry and the like)! :thumbsup:


*Irony meter explodes*
#18
mjt1337
*Irony meter explodes*


Do you have kids? You can't go sit down the library at 10 o clock at night when the kids are in bed!
#19
Mrs.Z
Do you have kids? You can't go sit down the library at 10 o clock at night when the kids are in bed!


+1

I found you have to grab time when you can - all of my research over the years has been done at home - because of medical reasons and being a parent. Spending hours does not mean all in one go - although there has been many a time when the kids have been moaning about having their tea because mummy is still chasing dead family members!!!!! Frankly, I couldnt even take them to the library - after 5 mins they would be bored as hell - and then you get the 'looks' from the people who still think libraries should be very quiet!

What I would love is to go out checking graveyards - but the kids even baulk at that :whistling:
Or a holiday trawling around the UK where our ancestors lived - see I am a boring and sarcastic sod!
#20
mjt1337
Rather pointless when you can get free access at most Libraries.


Nearest library is a 16 mile round trip .. :roll:
#21
Inactive
Nearest library is a 16 mile round trip .. :roll:


+1 (and my nearest hasnt got computer access) :thumbsup:
#22
This looks good - is about to save my wife at least £50!
#23
coleaj
This looks good - is about to save my wife at least £50!


Glad to have helped :)
#24
Had a 'quick look' at my ancestors yesterday in the early morning - finally came off about 11pm with a headache.........................
#25
I remember those days - also getting my first birth certificate with an ancestor who could only mark an x for her name :)

These days got all the names close to me - just got brickwalls now that cant be broken down.

If you need any help, pls ask :thumbsup:
#26
mrspatch;5375988
I remember those days - also getting my first birth certificate with an ancestor who could only mark an x for her name :)

These days got all the names close to me - just got brickwalls now that cant be broken down.

If you need any help, pls ask :thumbsup:


Thanks. I actually struck it really lucky with two lines once I got past the brick walls in the first 150 years or so. I managed to tap into a couple of other very extensive and well researched trees - back to 1550 with one and 1500 with the other - 18 generations!
#27
The first 150 years is relatively easy!!!!!!!!!!

Then you've got to start on parish records or possibly the IGI - the IGI is on line and there are some partial transcripts for parish records (very very small). But the IGI is good - hope you dont mine me mentioning it - you may already know, if not do you want the link?
#28
mrspatch;5385234
The first 150 years is relatively easy!!!!!!!!!!

Then you've got to start on parish records or possibly the IGI - the IGI is on line and there are some partial transcripts for parish records (very very small). But the IGI is good - hope you dont mine me mentioning it - you may already know, if not do you want the link?


Haven't come across IGI, but a google search comes up with the mormon site - is that what you meant? I found the last 100 years or so harder because, with all of my grandparents generation dead and no census information available after 1901, I had to rely on birth, death and marriage records which aren't particularly complete on Ancestry.co.uk.
1 Like #29
Try freebmd.co.uk for birth marriages and deaths in addition to ancestry.

The mormon site is:

http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=ancestorsearchresults.asp

(but you cant always believe every entry)

Also if you do a search for OPC for the county you want (online parish clerk) hopefully you might find someone who has the parish records you want)

Rootsweb is good to for a) signing upto a message board for areas of the country you are interested in and b) the forum for asking questions.

Hope this is helpful. :thumbsup:
#30
Thanks very much for this cracking deal, mrspatch. Been putting off signing up for ages, but this is unbeatable. Have a little more heat to take it over 100, and some rep.

A great bargain - expires very soon in case anyone else interested. :thumbsup:



PS - when will I get my wife back? I've hardly seen her since she started on this!
#31
mjt1337;5356113
Rather pointless when you can get free access at most Libraries.

Presumably you don't like cheap book deals either. :p

Great deal, wish it had been sooner as we've paid full whack for it.
#32
:thumbsup:

Fantastic - great deal!
#33
Need to be aware that this does not cover Scottish Births
#34
mjt1337
Rather pointless when you can get free access at most Libraries.


That's fine if you have hours to spend at a library and you don't want to your research outside working hours and with me a name suddenly comes up and boom I want to research it there and then. The whole point is to have it available at your leisure hence the reason people still buy books and don't just go to the library to borrow them!

Sorry but the only thing that's pointless is your comment!!:whistling:
#35
Thanks OP, I cancelled my monthly subscription a couple of months ago, so I've just signed back up again. I've put a reminder on my phone to cancel next year as it automatically renews the subscription (no doubt at the full price too).
#36
Useful I suppose if you give a toss about your ancestors - which I don't :roll:
#37
jhw
Useful I suppose if you give a toss about your ancestors - which I don't :roll:


Do you think they would have felt the same about you?
#38
johnmac
Do you think they would have felt the same about you?


Well they're all dead, so it's all academic:) - but like I said, good if you're interested in that sort of stuff. I know who my parents and grandparents were --- that's as much as I want to know.
#39
Anyone know if I can use this deal to upgrade my current membership level?

When I try, it wants to charge me full price,:x

Andy
#40
can i give a shout out for a very very good website that lets you build a family tree, link it to other peoples etc. I've used it for our one and its very very easy to add as much info as possible

[url]www.geni.com[/url]

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