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eBay’s new Under $10 page offers everything on the cheap

Search from hundreds of categories, including clothing, candles and collectibles, all for a Hamilton or less.

Ben Fox Rubin Former senior reporter
Ben Fox Rubin was a senior reporter for CNET News in Manhattan, reporting on Amazon, e-commerce and mobile payments. He previously worked as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal and got his start at newspapers in New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts.
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A look at the new Under $10 page.


Need to find bargain-bin novelty socks, phone chargers or blueberry-scented soy wax candles? If so, eBay's got a new landing page for you.

The giant online marketplace on Thursday unveiled its new Under $10 page, which includes millions of new items available with free shipping and no auction bidding required. Categories include video games, watches, headphones, t-shirts and phone cases.

The page is another small step for the company to overhaul its website from what was often considered a disorganized garage sale to a more curated and easily browsable destination. That work could help eBay fight Amazon, the leader in e-commerce, and help it bring in more customers and sellers.

The Under $10 page could also allow eBay to poach some shoppers away from Wish, a younger e-retail startup that specializes in ultra-cheap gifts and gear that ship from China. Amazon in January launched its own under $10 page.

In addition to the work eBay already does to cut down on knockoffs and counterfeits, it will have people help curate the Under $10 page to ensure those LED-lit faux eyelashes for less than a buck are the real McCoy.