How do I get BioLife coupons?
Please download the BioLife Mobile App (Search BioLife Plasma Services) for all eligible coupons and promotional offers. You also will want to make sure you’ve opted in for email communication- ensure you check your junk folder as we have seen our emails end up there sometimes.
Who pays the most for plasma in Illinois?
Highest Paying Plasma Donation Centers
- BPL Plasma.
- Biotest Plasma Center.
- GCAM Plasma.
- B positive Plasma. B optimistic Plasma claims it pays $500 per month to plasma donors.
- Grifols. Grifols web site doesn’t point out how a lot money they pay to plasma donors.
How much does BioLife Plasma pay new donors?
Generosity is Rewarding. Donating plasma can make a big difference to your monthly income, and an even bigger difference in the lives of people with rare diseases. New donors can get up to $1200 in their first month donating. Visit the locations tab to download your centers new donor bonus!
What is the Platinum program at BioLife?
Every donor starts out in the Platinum program. If you donate at least once every week, you will continue to receive the boosted rate. If you fail to donate for a week, you are dropped back to the standard rate, and must work your way back up through the Bronze and Silver ranks.
How many times can you donate plasma in a week?
How often can I donate plasma? You can donate twice a week. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) allows 2 donations within a 7-day period, with at least 48 hours between donations. So if you donate on a Monday, you can donate again Wednesday.
Can you lose weight by donating plasma?
Fact: Blood donation does not cause weight gain. In fact, the process your body undergoes to replace the blood or plasma that you donate actually burns additional calories. While this calorie burn is not significant or frequent enough to actually cause weight loss, it certainly does not cause any weight gain, either.
Is donating plasma twice a week bad for you?
FALSE – It is healthy to donate once or twice each week, if there is a 48-hour period between each donation. Plasma is 90% water and frequent donation will not harm you. It can lead to side effects such as dizziness and fatigue, but staying hydrated can help avoid these.