The cost of using donor eggs or donor embryos varies depending on several factors. Our financial breakdown aims to provide all intended parents with an understanding of the costs involved when using donor eggs or donor embryos, while also providing an overview of what is included in the price. If you have additional questions, please contact us.
An average traditional egg donor cycle will cost $16,500 USD, which includes the egg donor compensation and reimbursement, agency fee, psychological evaluation, genetic counseling, legal representation for egg donor, establishment/management of escrow account, and the egg donor’s medical insurance. We partner with HRC Fertility to offer all inclusive packages, which include the agency fee and IVF fees for the egg donor. The all inclusive packages start at $41,250 USD.
With the frozen donor egg cycle (starting at $22,300 USD) you receive five (6) eggs thawed and suitable for fertilization, from which we plan to have at least two (2) viable embryos for implantation/transfer/freeze on Day 3.
With the shared fresh egg donor cycle our goal is to get you at least six (6) fresh eggs suitable for fertilization, from which we plan to have at least two (2) viable embryos for implantation/transfer/freeze on Day 5.
There are two (2) categories of egg donors to choose from:
First time, unproven egg donors ($28,500 USD)
Previous egg donors ($30,100 USD)*
The Shared Hoped Fresh Egg Donor Cycle includes:
The Shared Hope Fresh Egg Donor Cycle DOES NOT include:
Donor Nexus’ donor embryo cycles begin at just $11,100 USD per cycle, excluding pre-testing and medications. This embryo donation cost includes cycle coordination, monitoring at HRC Fertility, embryo thawing, and embryo transfer. Your fee also goes toward the outstanding storage and cryopreservation fees, and administrative costs. Learn more: Embryo Donation Cost
Skype Meeting With Egg Donor
We offer in-person or Skype meetings for you to get to know the egg donor prior to confirming the match, as long as the egg donor agrees to the meeting. To facilitate the meeting, we will collect a non-refundable $500, which will be put toward our cycle fees if you move forward with our agency.
Putting an Egg Donor on Hold
If you would like to “hold” an egg donor for one week, you can do so by paying a $500 non-refundable hold fee. If you elect to move forward with the cycle, the $500 will be put towards your agency fee.