We posted a while back about the Pink or Blue Early Gender Test, which is available online with a whopping $240 price tag. The test claims high accuracy rates, but a doctor told us the DNA technology these tests use is potentially faulty and she bets their success in predicting correctly is less.

Now, here's another, more affordable version ...

A poster in the CafeMom Newcomers Club said she saw this -- the IntelliGender Prenatal Gender Prediction Test -- at her local Walgreens. It costs $30 and claims that, as early as six weeks pregnant, you can pee into a cup, swirl it around, and it will tell you if you're having a boy or a girl.

The test claims to be the only affordable, simple-to-use urine test to tell you the gender.

The poster's boyfriend was like, yeah, "forget about that," and the poster said she thought it was hocus pocus.

Would you spend 30 bucks for a chance to find out the sex early on?