"Today, it costs $10,000 to put a pound of payload in Earth orbit.", says NASA undated. SpaceX says it can do it for $1948.88 low earth orbit and around $5284.32 GTO ($56,500,000÷$10692) if I am understanding the numbers.
Shopping for our next space trip? I'm thinking about a few of these cute wool lead blankets. Although considering Myung-Hee Y. Kim, "Materials with the most electrons per unit mass, the least mean excitation energy, and the least tight binding corrections make the best energy absorbers. Thus, liquid hydrogen is a favored material and lead is less efficient as an energy absorber." What is a girl to do.