Amazon has added a new $10 and Under section to its app and website, featuring, as one could infer, items that are priced $10 or cheaper. All items have free shipping, regardless of whether a user has Prime membership. The feature, first spotted by TechCrunch, looks to compete with budget shopping apps like Wish — which offers a similar array of budget products — that have been increasingly encroaching on Amazon’s space.

The $10 and Under section can be found both on Amazon’s website and under the “All Programs” area in Amazon’s iOS and Android apps. You can find a variety of cheap products like T-shirts, earrings, hats, socks, phone cases, and more.

The new section also lets users sort by category, including men’s and women’s clothing, electronics, home decor, gifts, and more. There’s no way to search, however; all you get is an endlessly scrolling list with seemingly no rhyme or reason to what Amazon is including. But if you’re looking for some cheap gifts, or just want to spontaneously drop money on Amazon, now you can. Alternatively, if you really feel the urge to just spend some money on the internet, you could also check out Consumer Report’s list of the best charities for a variety of causes instead.