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Funeral prices vary depending on where you live in the UK. We believe it's important to have this information available to ensure it's easy to make clear decisions on what funeral to choose to suit different budgets.

To find out how much a funeral will cost at your local Co-op funeral home, enter your city, town or postcode below. The costs shown will reflect our latest funeral prices as well as third party costs in your local area.

How to pay for the funeral

When you’ve made your choices on the funeral arrangements, we’ll give you a written estimate of the funeral costs. At this stage, if you'd like to change anything we'll be able to do this, although any changes may affect the final funeral costs.

The funeral is paid in 2 parts:

  1. You will need to pay a minimum of 50% of the total estimated funeral cost within 48 hours of making the funeral arrangements.

  2. For everything else, we’ll send you an invoice after the funeral. This final payment must be made within 28 days from the date of invoice.

You can pay at the funeral home, at a bank or the post office, by cash, credit or debit card. For a Direct Cremation and Direct Burial you’ll need to pay in full within two working days from making the arrangement. Payment can be made by using a credit or a debit card.

Help with funeral costs

If you’re wondering who will pay for the funeral if there’s no money, please let us know as soon as possible, as there may be government help available to support you.

If you’d prefer to pay in instalments, you may be eligible to apply for a funeral loan through our partner Funeral Safe. You can find details on loan amounts and repayments, eligibility and details on how to apply here.

If your loved one has died from coronavirus, you may qualify for support from Co-op Funeralcare's Hardship Fund.