As you can imagine, the price of egg donation varies depending on the egg donation agency you work with. That’s because egg donor costs are based on the level of service provided by the agency, the criteria of their egg donors and whether or not the donor is an experienced egg donor.
So, how much does egg donation cost? Here at Circle Egg Donation, this is how our costs for egg donation break down:
• For intended parents, egg donation can cost anywhere between $25,000–$30,000. This does not include clinic fees for in vitro fertilization, or IVF, and $9,000–$10,000 of this total is typically allocated for the egg donor’s fee.
• If the egg donor is experienced, she may be compensated more, thus increasing the cost of egg donation.
If these costs are eyebrow-raising, we understand. The intricacies of family building require enormous amounts of experience and expertise from a number of professionals, which is reflected in the costs. That’s why, at Circle Surrogacy & Egg Donation, we do our best to keep costs as low as possible for you through our strategic partnerships and financing options for intended parents of all kinds — LGBTQ+ and heterosexual individuals and couples.