Discount provided by Amazon?


I do not know if this is new or if I just never noticed it before. Discount provided by Amazon is noted near the a listing by a 3rd party seller.
Details say:
This item is sold by a third-party seller. The discount is provided by Amazon.
This is a limited time discount.
Discount does not apply to digital content.
Discount good while supplies last or until withdrawn by Amazon.
Shipping charges and taxes may apply to pre-discounted prices.
Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the discount at any time.
If any of the products or content related to this discount are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product or content, subject to applicable refund policies.




How does Amazon decide which 3ed party sellers to provide discount to, how do we get Discount provided by Amazon?


Perhaps Amazon is identifying items that it wants to corner the market on, so is hastening the depletion of 3P seller inventory?

That, or a well-fed chimp in Amazon’s operations center picks a name out of a hat.

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