Discover your baby’s gender – weeks to months earlier than any other clinically-proven method – all from the comfort of your home. Know if you’re having a baby boy or girl as little as 72 hours after placing your order.
• 99.9% accurate starting at 8 weeks into pregnancy (see Clinical Summary)
• FREE shipping both ways
If your gender result is time-sensitive, we recommend SneakPeek FastTrack, which is shipped via Priority Mail Express and is prioritized at SneakPeek Labs for same-day results.
Earlier than an ultrasound and more accurate than a urine test, our at-home gender prediction test easily helps expectant parents determine their child’s gender. You’ll know if you’re having a boy or girl weeks to months ahead of schedule, so you can prepare for your little one and share with family and friends. The SneakPeek gender test is the perfect way for expectant parents to get a head start on their gender reveal party, decorate their baby girl or boy’s room early, or feel more connected to their baby during pregnancy. Learn your baby’s gender today!
Three easy steps, all from the comfort of your home:
We send the gender prediction test kit straight to your mailbox. With SneakPeek Standard, your gender determination test will arrive in 2-3 business days. With SneakPeek FastTrack, it can arrive as fast as 1 business day.
Follow the SneakPeek baby gender predictor instructions to provide a DNA blood sample from the comfort of your home. Then, mail your sample back to SneakPeek Labs in the pre-paid package.
Is it a baby boy or girl? We send your genetics analysis report by email. With SneakPeek Standard, it will arrive the day after we receive your sample at SneakPeek Labs. With SneakPeek FastTrack, find out your baby’s gender the same day!
“Doesn’t hurt!” “So simple and easy!” “Fast and no mess!”
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The SneakPeek gender prediction test is based entirely on science. SneakPeek is a DNA-based test that looks for male chromosomes in the fetal DNA found in mom’s blood. If male chromosomes are present, the baby is a boy. If none are found, it’s a baby girl. The gender predictor test is 99.9% accurate at 8 weeks into a woman’s pregnancy.
For years, old wives tales and gender prediction charts have claimed to provide early gender determination. Now with SneakPeek, an expectant mother can accurately learn baby’s gender early– using science. Read more about the accuracy of SneakPeek baby gender prediction.
See what moms had to say about using SneakPeek At-Home.
Yes, you can! While moms have to be at least 8 weeks into pregnancy to use the SneakPeek Gender test, the kit is good for 6 months to a year, with an expiration date listed at the bottom of every box. Just leave the plastic wrap on, and only open the kit when you're ready to take the test.
With SneakPeek At-Home, you receive a test kit that provides everything you need to take the test, from the comfort of your home. If you purchase the Lancet kit, 3 lancets are included that you use to prick your finger to collect 7-10 drops of blood in a small test tube. If you purchase the Snap kit, you'll receive a breakthrough SneakPeek Snap device to take your sample with no fingersticks. Either way, the sample is mailed back to SneakPeek Labs for analysis. Videos on this page show the SneakPeek At-Home process, for both Lancet and Snap. SneakPeek Clinical lets you visit a participating location to have your blood drawn in a clinical setting. The clinic then sends your sample to SneakPeek Labs for analysis.
SneakPeek tests for male chromosomes in the fetal DNA found in mom’s blood, so it's very important to keep your sample clean of outside male DNA. In-depth instructions are provided in our test kits, but overall for the Lancet kit: 1) Clean and sanitize a flat surface on which to place the test kit, 2) Thoroughly wash both hands and under all fingernails, and let them air dry, 3) Ensure no males (even male animals!) touch the test kit components. For the Snap kit: 1) Wash hands, 2) Clean a spot on the upper arm with our provided brush, 3) Only use female helpers, or self-push the button. These steps help ensure any male DNA found by SneakPeek is from fetal DNA.
You’ll get an email from email@example.com with the subject line “Your SneakPeek Result Is In!” Be sure to check all your folders including Promotions and Junk Mail in case your email filter redirects it, or use your email search tool bar to search for sneakpeekresults.
SneakPeek is very aware of the health implications associated with the COVID-19 virus, and we’re following best practices in line with the latest updates from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and government agencies. SneakPeek products are shipped from San Diego, California, and are manufactured in North America. Due to the nature of our product which requires it to be free of contamination from outside sources of DNA, we have always ensured our products are fully sterilized and hermetically sealed before being sent to our customers, and continue to do so with rigorous QA standards. Of course, we’re watching out for the health of our team members, especially those sending packages to our customers, and encouraging anyone experiencing cold or respiratory illnesses to stay home and rest. Thank you for your trust in SneakPeek. We understand this is a difficult situation and time, and are continuing to ensure all products sent to our customers are fully sanitized, sealed, and safe to use.
1In our most recent large-scale study, SneakPeek accurately determined fetal sex in 99.9% of 1,029 pregnant women between 7-37 weeks gestational age. In a separate laboratory study run in 2019, SneakPeek accurately determined fetal sex in 99.1% of 108 pregnant women at 8 weeks gestational age. See the peer-reviewed study in the International Journal of Pregnancy and Childbirth (Int J Pregn & Chi Birth. 2019; 5(4):135-137). In a separate laboratory test from 2017, fetal sex was accurately determined in 99.6% of 241 pregnant women at 9 weeks gestational age and later into pregnancy. See the peer-reviewed study in the Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health. (J Preg Child Health. 2017; 4:358).
2Times shown are estimates based on the shipping method. Times may vary depending on your location.