How Much Do Sperm Banks Pay?


Whilst you may not personally know of any professional sperm donors it is amazing to think that sperm banks pay as much as some blue-collar roles. Whether you are looking for a new job or trying to find a way to achieve some extra income bare in mind that sperm banks pay as much up to $1000 for men to donate sperm 3 times per week.

Sign me up now, what I need to know?

Before you start seeing that sperm bank pay cheque before your eyes you need to consider some facts:

– Private sperm donor pay is not allowed.
– If you want to donate sperm outside of a sperm bank it is illegal for you to receive payment.
– Donors are allowed to receive reasonable financial contribution towards costs such as travel.

How much do sperm banks pay?

If you live in the USA or Canada and want to become a sperm donor at a sperm bank you can receive around $100 per donation.  Some sperm banks pay up to $1000 if you donate 3 times per week.

If you reside in the UK you will not be paid as a donor however you will be reimbursed £35 per donation to cover your general expenses.

College students in North America who are looking to make ends meet will contact sperm banks to ask how much they pay. All clinics differ in their pay rates and some will offer higher rates of pay for established repeat donors compared to first time donors.

Which sperm banks pay the most?

The Sperm Bank of California pay $60 per donation

Seattle Sperm Bank pay $70 per donation

Massachusetts New England Cryogenic pay $100 per donation

Washington Northwest Andrology &Cryobank pay $1000 per month

European Sperm Bank pay $35 per donation plus a bonus. You can earn regular payment up to $429 per month

London Women’s clinic pay £35 per donation

Will I qualify to become a sperm donor?

Before you start shouting “sign me up now” you need to be aware that sperm donation is a stringent process and only 5% of applicants will actually get to qualify as a donor.

Let’s consider some of the basic requirements:

– If you are under 18 years old or you are over 35 you are likely to be rejected.
– If you fall within the correct age category you will be asked to complete a questionnaire that details family history going back several generations. This enables the sperm bank to determine if you have any diseases or conditions that run in your family.
– You will also have to specify your own medical history. Certain conditions such as cystic fibrosis or sickle cell will result in disqualification.
– Some sperm banks have recently relaxed their rules allowing gay men to donate sperm, previously if you had slept with men you would not be allowed to donate. Also intravenous drug users and men with tattoos would not be allowed to donate sperm.

I’ve passed all of the sperm bank tests, what can I expect?

When you finally get the green light to donate you will sign a contract to donate sperm which will then be frozen for six months, thawed and tested again. At this point there is a chance that your sperm will not survive the freeze thaw process and you may be rejected.

If your sample survives the freeze thaw process you can then begin to donate. You will be asked not to masturbate or have sexual intercourse two to three days before you donate. When you attend the sperm bank for donation you will be given a sterile container and shown into a private room where you will make your donation. Your sperm sample will then be frozen using liquid nitrogen.

Now all that hard work is out of the way you can receive your sperm bank pay. $1000 per month if you donate regularly. In addition to being paid you are also helping make people’s dreams come true.