Egg Donor Compensation
Learn how egg donors are paid when donating to MyEggBank
For intended parents, there is no greater joy than welcoming a new baby into their lives. Egg donors make that happen for so many families. At MyEggBank, we value the generosity of our egg donors, which is why we’re pleased to offer top egg donor compensation, including egg donor pay and reimbursed expenses, in the United States.
Should I donate my eggs for money?
At MyEggBank, we recognize that an egg donor’s generosity makes the dream of starting a family possible for wonderful people in need. That is why it is important to us that our donors receive top compensation for their act of selflessness.
Additional MyEggBank advantages for egg donors include:
- Quick process for receiving compensation
- Free physical exam from a top clinician
- Option to freeze your own eggs for free (after three donation cycles)
- Egg donor referral reward
Get Donor Compensation Quickly
When it comes to financial compensation, the MyEggBank frozen egg donor program offers a fast process for receiving payment for your time and effort. Donors can complete a frozen egg donation cycle in as quickly as 2 months.
In contrast, with a “fresh” cycle program you can see delays as long as 6 to 9 months or more in order to be selected, coordinate your cycle with the recipient and complete the final egg retrieval and transfer. With MyEggBank, your calendar is the only one that matters and our donation centers work hard to make your appointments around your busy schedule.
How much can I get paid for donating my eggs?
Generally, an egg donor can make from $5,000 up to $50,000 in compensation, based on the total number of cycles and which donation program you are accepted into. The more you donate, the higher your compensation. Additionally, we are pleased to pay an egg donor referral fee for each egg donor cycle your referred donor gives.
Donor Compensation Ranges from $5,000 to $50,000
The MyEggBank Egg Freezing Benefit
In addition to top compensation, we offer our egg donors the benefit of freezing their own eggs for personal use - at no cost - after completing three egg donation cycles.
Why is egg freezing such a great benefit for donors?
- Egg freezing can cost as much as $10,000, or even more
- Safeguard your fertility against age or disease-related infertility
- Flexibility to put off having your own children until you’re ready
Remember: As a MyEggBank egg donor, you’re also entitled to our competitive egg donation pay, free physical exam, donor referral program, and top quality service. Choosing to become a MyEggBank egg donor is a generous and truly rewarding choice.
Egg Donor Compensation FAQback to top
There are many reasons women donate their eggs. Some women appreciate the emotional satisfaction of knowing they’ve helped others start or build a family. For others, egg donor compensation is important, applying it to school tuition, travel, or other life expenses. Whether you choose to donate your eggs for generosity, money or both, you can feel assured your selflessness is appreciated by our MyEggBank team and the intended parents you help.
Egg donor compensation from MyEggBank is very rewarding. Donors who are approved for 6 cycles can earn as much as $50,000 in compensation, based on donor program location.
Yes, egg donor compensation does vary by state. Different centers pay different fees to egg donors based on variations in the costs of living, medical care and legal expertise. You can count on MyEggBank to compensate egg donors generously across the United States.
Yes, any out of the ordinary expenses you incur while donating your eggs are eligible for reimbursement. That means you shouldn’t have to use your own money for travel or doctor’s visits just to donate your eggs. In most cases, MyEggBank works with egg donors who reside near our egg donation locations.
Find out more about the egg donor application and screening process on our Frequently Asked Questions webpage.