BioLife Denton

BioLife Denton is one of the Biolife Centers that offers donors with flexible hours, a safe and clear compensation package, online appointments along with Free Wi-Fi and children’s playroom that is supervised the entire while. It also is a smoke-free zone. There are hundreds of donors who are happy with the amount of compensation they’ve been paid for their time and donations they make, many of them have been donating for years.


Note: All the above mentioned facilities may not necessarily be available at some BioLife Centers.


BioLife Denton Business Hours

Their hours of operation are:


Mon: 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Tue–Thu: 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Fri: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m

Sat: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sun: Closed


BioLife Denton Contact Details

You can either call them @ (940) 387-7105


Visit them at:

3455 Quail Creek Drive

Denton, TX 76208


BioLife Denton Compensation / Coupons

With the February promotion at BioLife Denton, donors could earn $50 for each of their 5 visits. That way they could make $250 in just 5 donations. All you had to do was schedule an appointment (preferably online), get the coupon and present it at the center at the time of your 1st donation.

But there is no set amount of compensation since it varies depending on how much you are eligible to donate, the company/state policies, etc. So it’s good to talk to someone at the center directly.

Click here and here to search for current coupons and promotions through which you can earn a lot more than what you would have, otherwise, earned.


BioLife Denton Review

This center also has a mixed reaction from donors where some donors have complained of staffs being extremely rude and unhelpful. While feedbacks have largely been positive from the rest. These are donors who have been donating plasma for a long time at BioLife Denton and understand the process and requirements in-&-out.

Trivia: Terry George Price, a 60-year-old security guard from Denton, has donated 878.05 liters of plasma (enough to fill a bath tub) till date; he donated his 1st on 5 Nov 2001. He’s hoping to get into the Guinness World Records for the highest blood donation-aphaeresis.

As a donor, you can donate plasma up to 2 times a week depending on how much your body allows you to donate. So you could get in touch with them and find out more on how you can help and earn at the same time.