To study the efficacy of combined administration of subcutaneous and vaginal progesterone for priming frozen blastocysts transfers, looking at progesterone levels and ART outcome. Retrospective study. Three hundred and twenty frozen blastocyst transfer cycles conducted in 213 women aged up to 42 years, BMI between 18 and 30 kg/m2, with anatomically normal uterus who underwent frozen embryo transfers (FETs) from February 2019 to December 2019 with a combined luteal-phase support (LPS) associating subcutaneous and vaginal progesterone. Patients with recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) were excluded. When using combined vaginal and subcutaneous LPS, SPL >10.50 ng/mL in 95% of cases, with a minimum value of 7.02 ng/mL. CPR, OPR, and global miscarriage rates were 38.4%, 30.9%, and 19.5%, respectively. Analyzing results per quartiles, revealed that miscarriage rates were significantly inferior, and IR were higher in the upper two quartiles of serum progesterone (>21.95 ng/mL) on the day before FET, while there was no difference in CPR and OPR. We report ART outcome of frozen blastocyst transfers performed using a combination of vaginal and subcutaneous progesterone for LPS. ART results were honorable and SPL favorable 1-2 days before FET in 99% of cases.