If you're a Verizon customer hoping to snag a deal on a high-end Samsung handset, you can find deals on the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note 8, but not at your local Verizon store. No, these deals are being offered directly from Samsung's online store. For example, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 can be yours for $660, which is a $300 discount from Samsung's normal price. The only requirement is that the phone be bought using Verizon's Device Payment plan. And if you have a trade-in, well that will lower the price even more. Assuming there is no trade, you'll be making 24 monthly payments of $27.50 for the Galaxy Note 8.
Turning to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, you can save $200 on either model. Again, you must buy either phone using Verizon's Device Payment Plan, and a trade-in will lower your cost even more. Assuming no trade, the Galaxy S9 will run you $519.99, which you'll pay over 24 months at the rate of $21.67 per month. Again, assuming no trade, the Galaxy S9+ will cost you $639.99, which works out to $26.67 a month for 24 months.
Keep in mind that these are not bill credits. These are instant savings that are reflected immediately in the prices of all three phones. There is no clue as to how long these deals will last. If you are interested in taking advantage of Samsung's largesse, click on the sourcelinks below.