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LifebankUSA Pricing

Multiple ways to bank. Multiple payment plan options.

LifebankUSA offers low monthly payment and expectant parents can also join LifebankUSA Gift Registry to receive contributions toward stem cell banking from their friends and families to help lower your cord blood banking cost.

LifebankUSA offers four comprehensive banking options, giving you the most flexibility and the highest yield of stem cells. Your options begin with banking stem cells from cord blood alone, or banking cord blood in addition to tissue. The third option provides for the most potential treatment options in the future, add tissue to cord blood and placenta blood banking. LifebankUSA’s fourth option gives expectant parents the option to go beyond cord blood banking and add Advanced Biobanking to their collection. This provides families with the opportunity to preserve the most cells possible for their child’s future.

Advanced Biobanking: Placenta and cord blood banking

Whatever banking option you choose, you will be charged a $175 nonrefundable fee upon enrollment. When your baby arrives, the balance of the enrollment fee is due and is payable based on your selection of a payment plan below.

 LifebankUSA cord blood banking pricing chart

Collection & Processing Fee includes a $175.00 non-refundable deposit due at enrollment. Prices are subject to change and cancellation fees may apply. When your baby arrives, the balance of the enrollment fee becomes due and is payable based upon your selection above. The Annual Storage fee is also due at that time. Discounts cannot be used with one-time payment options. Discounts cannot be combined.

Payment plan pricing is equal to the collection and processing fee with the $175.00 non-refundable deposit deducted. Twenty-four month payment plans include an annual interest rate of 14.99%.

Prepaid storage plans require payment by check only.

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