If you are 18 to 40, you can make $400 to $1,000 each month donating sperm. I have included a small list of companies that will pay for sperm donations. This list is not complete, as there are hundreds of sperm banks looking for donors. No matter where you live in the United States, there is probably a sperm bank near you.
Normal requirements for being a sperm donor include filling out forms with a complete medical history. If you are selected they will usually test your sperm three times for viability. Last step to qualify is to pass all the health tests screening out men who have sexually transmitted diseases. Many sperm banks will pay more for tall well-educated men.
These are some listings of sperm banks that will give you an idea of what you would be paid for each sperm donation:
Fairfax Cryobank is a company that pays sperm donors. They pay you about $100 for each donation and ask that you come in once a week. They will pay even more for your sperm if you have a doctorate degree.
The Sperm Bank of California will pay $75 for the first sperm donation and $90 each after you have donated 25 times. They are looking for healthy men between the ages of 18-40 years of age. They ask that you make a commitment to come in once a week for a year.
Idant Laboratories will pay you $60 for each sperm donation is their anonymous sperm donor program. You must pass their questionnaire, sperm count and medical health tests.
New England Cryogenic Center will pay sperm donors $85 each time. You must be between 5’8″ to 6’4″ tall and have a college degree. They will also need a complete medical history of you along with the medical history of last two generations of your family.
The Sperm Bank of NYC will pay you $100 for each anonymous sperm donation and $500 for each open ID sperm donation. Open ID means that the sperm recipient will actually meet with you first and your identity may be revealed to the child. If you accept the open ID option, you still have no legal claim to the child or financial obligation.
Pacific Reproductive Services in San Francisco, California will pay $100 for each sperm donation. They advertise their company to be a lesbian owned sperm bank.
Cryobiology based out of Ohio, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania will pay you $40 to $55 for each sperm donation. Acceptance into the program will require that you have negative blood tests for all sexually transmitted disease and must pass interview with genetic counselor. Average sperm donor with them earns about $400 extra each month.
Genome Resources in Indiana will pay you $50 for your sperm. Their average donor donates sperm twice a week and stays in program over two years. To qualify you must complete medical questionnaire, test sperm viability and complete health blood tests.
California Cryobank will pay $75 each donation and advertises you can earn $1,000 a month. They also offer movie tickets and gift certificates for extra effort from donors. They advertisement says earn $1000 a month, be your own boss, get free genetic screening, free infectious disease screenings and help people.
Becoming a sperm donor would be an easy way to earn some extra cash without much work!