MUM-TO-BE Samantha Cook is proudly surveying her new nursery full of gorgeous clothes and colourful toys, and all the other essentials needed for her first child.
Preparing for a newborn can quickly add up, but savvy saver Sam has not paid a penny for dozens of the baby items she now owns.
In fact, the 29-year-old from London landed almost all her gear for FREE.
That's all thanks to a handy app on her phone – and it's saved her thousands of pounds.
"I don't know how other people do it- it's so expensive brand new. A buggy is about £1,000 – who's got that just lying around?" she told The Sun.
Parents can pick up items for free from Young Planet, which you can download for free on Apple and Android phones.
From bikes to babygros, the app works like Tinder for toys, matching parents who need items with mums and dads who want to declutter and avoid waste.
You can give and get things without spending a penny – and there are no fees for listing items.
The company says the average user saves £265 and the most active users £1,672 each – but Sam has managed to save much more.
"I reckon I've saved as much as £3,000 so far," she said. "It's made a massive difference and lessened the financial blow of having a child."