Fertility Pricing Sheet


At Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, we understand the unique and profoundly personal fertility journey individuals and couples can face when building their families.

We offer three core fertility services to help our patients: in vitro fertilization (IVF),  intrauterine insemination (IUI), and egg donation. Each procedure offers distinct benefits and considerations, and our team of highly skilled reproductive endocrinologists and staff are committed to providing exceptional care throughout every step of the process.

IVF involves retrieving eggs from the intended female, fertilizing them in a lab, and implanting the embryos into the uterus. IUI is separating healthy sperm from semen and placing it directly into the intended female’s uterus at ovulation.

Egg donation refers to retrieving eggs from a female who has agreed to donate them. The eggs get used to fertilize another female.

Here, we will explore pricing details for these three core fertility services to provide transparency and empower informed decisions regarding family-building journeys.

IVF Costs In Phoenix and the Surrounding Area

IVF costs in Phoenix and the surrounding area will fluctuate from clinic to clinic. At Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, we offer some of the most competitive pricing industry-wide – often with better results. Here is how we price a full IVF service, from monitoring to transfer.

IVF StageProcedureCost
MonitoringUltrasound (1-5)$275
Estradiol blood test (1-5)$205
Progesterone blood test (1-5)$120
Quantitative hCG pregnancy test (1)$0
Retrieval Egg retrieval$1,150
Semen prep and analysis$250
Egg fertilization and culture$2,500
TransferEmbryo transfer$650
Lab preparation$750
Final Total$5,900

IVF stands out as one of the most complex fertility procedures available. IVF costs in Phoenix can also get expensive. At Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, IVF costs $5,950 per cycle. This cost includes a comprehensive initial consultation with our reproductive endocrinologist, monitoring ultrasounds to ensure proper medication usage and egg retrieval timing, and necessary lab work before the transfer.

By comparison, potential parents visiting IVF Tucson charge $11,000 plus additional costs for sperm prep and egg transfer. New Direction Fertility Center charges $6,500 for IVF. 

We also offer separate services for cryopreservation (freezing) egg cells at a lower price than our competitors. Our cost for cryopreservation is just $474 per year.

Additional OptionsCost
Yearly cryopreservation$474
Micromanipulation/ intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)$1,200
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)Sex Selection and Blastocyst culture$4,900


Intrauterine insemination (IUI)$379 per treatment

IUI is a more straightforward, less physically demanding procedure than IVF. At our IUI clinic, it costs $379 per treatment. Our team will take every step to ensure successful insemination, but additional treatments may be required. The initial consultation is included in the cost.

Couples who seek IUI care at IVF Tucson or New Direction Fertility Center will face a $1,000 bill. Remember, this price differential is more striking than it seems initially because of the likelihood of multiple treatments. You can save thousands of dollars by choosing the dedicated team at the Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility IUI clinic.

Egg Donation

Donation SourceCost
Arizona database$ 10,495
Your choiceAround $ 10,000

The cost of purchasing donor eggs varies greatly depending on your circumstances and chosen donor. Options for the egg donation procedure include close family, friends, and members of the donor bank.

At Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, we provide potential parents access to a well-vetted, high-end database of potential donors. We also offer a comprehensive program that includes a thorough assessment, medical support, and education for all parties involved.

Sourcing eggs from the Arizona database costs $10,495. Choosing your own egg database may cost around $10,000, although the exact price for the egg donation procedure will depend on the database. For a complete breakdown of the Egg Donation process and what costs may impact the final investment, click here.

Our prices are highly competitive for the market. For instance, the Arizona Reproductive Medicine Specialists offer donor egg programs ranging from $11,386 to  $34,900. Again, these costs are variable.


It’s worth noting that while pricing is an essential consideration, it should not be the sole determining factor when choosing a fertility clinic. Factors such as the clinic’s success rates, the medical team’s expertise, the range of services, and the level of personalized care should also be considered.

Patients often find that we combine competitive pricing with personalized care and a commitment to excellence that can’t be found elsewhere. A detailed comparison of our services reveals that Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility is the clear choice for those seeking compassionate care and superb expertise at an affordable price.

Our team is ready to answer any questions or concerns regarding our IVF, IUI, and egg donation services. Contact the clinic today and follow us on Instagram to learn how Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility can help build your family.

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