Egg Donor Fees at West Coast Egg Donation
West Coast Egg Donation is committed to transparency about egg donation costs and fees. Our team understands that this journey represents a significant financial investment for many families, so we work to provide flexible financing options as well as a wealth of information to help make the process easier.
The total cost of egg donation includes agency fees, egg donor compensation/expenses/travel, medical expenses, fertility clinic fees and legal fees. Our complete cost schedule is provided below. If you have additional questions about the cost of using donor eggs, please contact West Coast Egg Donation.
2021 Schedule of Egg Donor Fees & Costs
Agency FeesThe Agency Fee includes, matching services, cycle coordination with egg donor and IVF center, post-cycle follows up, and Donor travel coordination.
*Inquire about repeat Client Agency Fees
Estimated Legal and Screening ExpensesPsychological screening, Genetic counseling, attorney fees for the donor and Intended Parent(s), Trust account management and minimum balance deposit
1st Installment Due at Match
Donor FeesBase fee for first time Donors
†Increased fee for repeat and in demand Donors
Donor ExpensesDonor complication insurance, thank you gift, mileage reimbursements, and overnight hotel accommodations
2nd Installment Due at Contract Signing
Additional payment based on circumstances due at 2nd installment
|Donor estimated travel||$5,000|
|† Increased fee for repeat and in demand Donors||$2,000 - $15,000|
When Fees are Due
1st installment: The Agency Fee, egg donor psychological screening, genetic consult fees, travel costs if applicable for medical screening, legal fees and trust management are due when the Agency Agreement is signed.
* $1,000 minimum balance requirement for trust account also included.
2nd Installment: The Egg Donor's Compensation, Donor cycle insurance, Optional donor gift and anticipated travel costs for the cycle are due after Legal Clearance, or two weeks prior to the start of medications. The Donor will not begin injectable medications until these fees are deposited into WCED's client trust account. The Donor will receive $750 of the total donor compensation when she begins injectable medication and will receive the remaining balance within 7 days after the egg retrieval.
If the Donor fails psychological, medical or genetic screening, the full agency fee can be applied to a subsequent WCED Donor cycle. If you do not wish to choose a replacement Donor, we will the Agency Fee, minus a $500 administrative fee.
Fees for any outside services that have already been rendered to the Donor are non- refundable. If medication has not been started, 100% of the Donor’s Compensation is refundable or transferable to another Donor.
*Costs are estimates and are subject to change. WCED can only offer estimates of the costs involved with an egg donation cycle. Actual costs incurred by your cycle might differ from this expense summary.
†Please contact Agency about fees for repeat and exceptional Donors.
*Agency fee and payments for outside services outlined are due at the time the Agency Agreement is signed.
When Payments Are Due
1st Installment: The intended parent(s) must pay all required agency fees, donor psychological screening fees, donor travel costs for medical screenings, and legal expenses as soon as the Agency Agreement is signed by all parties.
2nd Installment: All remaining fees – including the donor compensation, donor cycle insurance, anticipated travel expenses and the optional donor gift – are due once Legal Clearance is given by the attorney, or two weeks prior to the start of IVF medications.
Egg donors will not begin receiving injectable medications until all payments have been deposited into WCED’s trust account.
Egg Donor Financing & Payment Options
West Coast Egg Donation is proud of our reputation for making your egg donation cycle as simple and stress free as possible. We always strive to find new ways to help ease any part of the egg donation process, including the ability to offer our intended parents opportunities to finance their cycles in order to reduce financial stress.
Through our partnerships with Prosper Healthcare Lending and New Life Fertility Finance, intended parents are able to seek fertility financing for their egg donation cycle(s). Both Prosper Healthcare Lending and New Life Fertility Finance work exclusively with specialty lending, such as those for fertility centers and third party reproduction agencies (egg donation and surrogacy) and their intended parents. Their specialized services allow for custom tailored loans that meet the unique needs of future parents while facilitating an easy, convenient and competitive loan process.
Some of the benefits you’ll receive with a loan from Prosper Healthcare Lending or New Life Fertility Finance include:
- Loans up to $100,000
- Immediate decisions for loans under $35,000
- Term options out to 84 months (affordable monthly payments)
- No transaction fees
- No pre-payment penalties
- A fast and easy application process
How much does egg donation cost from state to state?
Every egg donation case is unique and involves factors that can impact the overall price. The average cost of using an egg donor can range from $20,000 to $40,000 depending on the individual arrangements. In states like California, where egg donors are in high demand, the price may be slightly higher. Legal requirements and the costs of other services can also vary from state to state. However, the cost of egg donation doesn't vary greatly between major metropolitan cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and New York City.
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If you have questions about egg donor compensations, prices and timelines, please contact West Coast Egg Donation.