Egg donor compensation

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I am still saving the compensation and deciding what to do with it. Maybe a trip to Africa or a down payment on a condo. I have options.
I was able to payoff student debt. The compensation opened up my whole future.
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How much do egg donors get paid?

Short answer: it depends. The base egg donor pay is $8,000 and goes up from there. Factors that affect pay include location, ethnicity and the number of previous donations. Compensation covers the entire egg donation cycle including egg retrieval. When you have your initial consultation with us, we will go over your individual situation, our egg donation agency locations and what you can expect your egg donation pay to be.

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Pay the future foward

Becoming an egg donor is a way to invest in your future, now. We are one of the highest-paying egg donor agencies. Our egg donor program payment is competitive industry-wide. As a potential egg donor, imagine the joy you will receive helping an intended parent fulfill their greatest dream. Becoming an egg donor is a powerful way to move your future forward while you create a future family for someone else. Fill out the egg donor application at the link below. We look forward to hearing from you.

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