Having everything in place through prearrangements with the Neptune Society helped to minimize the stress of an already difficult time when my husband passed peacefully at home. The two staff members who handled the transport were compassionate and respectful to the family and treated our loved one with utmost dignity. Funeral Director Sarah S. was a joy to work with and couldn’t have made the administrative details any easier. A sincere thank you to Sarah and the team.
How Much is a Neptune Society Cremation?
Receive a personalized cremation quote. See plans and prices for direct cremation, veterans, Memorial Reef and more.
There are two ways to receive your cremation quote:
Complete the form to the right and a local Neptune Society will contact you. Also, you can download your free cremation guide.
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Pricing: Cremation vs. Burial
|Average cost of funeral and burial is $10k; cremation is less than $2,500||No need to embalm or purchase cemetery plot, casket, burial, vault or gravestone||Families who choose cremation favor a less-expense memorial service or gathering|
|Lower cremation cost by planning and paying for tomorrow at today’s prices||Unlike burials, cremation reduces impact to the environment||Cremation process is easier and simpler than a traditional funeral and burial|
Cremation Cost Factors
For those planning a funeral with limited financial resources, it is prudent to evaluate the cost of cremation urns and memorials compared to a casket and headstone. Cremation offers the most versatility and opportunity to control costs for those on a budget, while burial costs mount quickly.
The first cost difference between cremation and burial comes with preparation of the body. Housing the body, collecting burial certificates, and preparing the deceased for burial averages around $1,600. The second cost difference is between the burial casket and the cremation container…