Ancestry.de Subscription Price Drops

By Diane Haddad

German genealogy blog Abenteuer Ahnenforschung pointed out today that the price of Ancestry.de‘s basic membership has been lowered to 9.95 euros a year—about $14.65. (For comparison’s sake, Ancestry.com‘s US-only membership package costs $155.40 a year.)

If your family history research focuses on Germany—and you’ve got a good grasp on the language—this is a total steal. The records available to Ancestry.de subscribers (as well as Ancestry.com users with a World Deluxe Membership) include German city directories from 1797-1945 containing 32 million names, and soon 100 years of Deutsche Telekom phone books with an estimated 70 million names. Time to brush up on your Deutsch