Donor Egg Bank Fees

The cost for the Two Cryopreserved Blastocyst Embryo Program is considerably less than the cost of using fresh donor eggs.

With the stress that so often accompanies infertility, we strive to do everything in our power to minimize the worries that may come with financing infertility care.

Our donor egg bank (DEB) team can provide you with details about which services are included in the DEB plan fee. And our financial team can answer any other questions you may have related to services not included in the DEB plan fee.

The donor egg bank cost for the Two Cryopreserved Blastocyst Embryo Program is considerably less than the cost of using fresh donor eggs. Pacific Fertility Egg Bank will provide two cryopreserved blastocyst embryos for a plan fee of $19,615. The plan fee does not include costs associated with an embryo transfer cycle or recipient medications.

Please contact our new patient department for more information.

The donor egg bank fee includes: The donor egg bank fee does not include:
Administrative services New patient consultation
Sperm cryopreservation Embryo transfer cycle and recipient medication
Fertilization using intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) Fees for storage of cryopreserved embryos (if stored for more than 12 months)
A guarantee of 2 cryopreserved blastocyst embryos Any recommended or required diagnostic testing
(Note: your insurance may cover this.)
Pregnancy testing and ultrasounds

FAQs About Finances

Can I use insurance to pay for my donor egg bank cycle?

The Pacific Fertility Egg Bank program fee is a special “shared risk” pricing program, which means you receive a partial refund or another group of eggs if we do not meet our guarantee of 2 embryos. Therefore, you cannot use this program along with regular insurance coverage.

How much should I expect to pay for an embryo transfer cycle?

Additional fees for a frozen embryo transfer cycle and recipient medications (if needed) are estimated to cost between $3,500 - $4,500.

Does PFC offer financing or other payment plans?

PFC does not offer financing or scheduled payment plans. We require payment when you receive services. A third-party financing company may be available to you. Speak to the financial coordinator for more details.

Do you offer a discount if I pay in cash?

No. Our contracted insurance plans do not allow us to discount services to patients who are not covered, and who pay in cash.

Is the cost for a fresh egg donor cycle the same as a frozen donor egg bank cycle?

No. The cost for a fresh egg donation cycle is approximately $38,000 - $45,000. Please visit the PFC Egg Donor Agency Fee page for more information on the cost of using an egg donor for a fresh egg donation cycle through Pacific Fertility Center.