Verizon's Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus Are $200 Off, Galaxy Note 8 $300 Off

Samsung's website is offering up some pretty decent deals on Samsung's top smartphones right now. This includes the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus and the Galaxy Note 8. These prices are only available from Samsung's website, and you will not find them at Verizon stores or on Verizon's website.

Verizon customers can pick up the Galaxy Note 8 for just $660. That's a pretty good price for the Galaxy Note 8, and takes around $300 off of the regular price. Making this a great time to pick up that smartphone. Even though it debuted last year, the Galaxy Note 8 is still a pretty decent smartphone, with a large 6.3-inch display, the Snapdragon 835 under-the-hood and 6GB of RAM as well. Making it rather future-proof, at least for the foreseeable future. Now the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are both $200 off, bringing that down to $519 and $639 respectively. That makes the Galaxy S9 Plus even cheaper than what Amazon is currently offering for the Galaxy S9 Plus - though Amazon's model is unlocked and works on all four carriers while this one is only available for Verizon.

Samsung's website does offer monthly payments for these smartphones, so if you don't want to spend that much right now, you can opt for monthly payments and pay it off over the course of two years. Around $20 per month is much easier to swallow than having to pay nearly $700 up-front (when you factor in taxes and such). Samsung does offer free two-day shipping on anything purchased from its website, and it also has a number first-party accessories for the Galaxy Note 8, S9 and S9 Plus. So you can also pick up some great cases for these devices, as well as wireless chargers, DeX accessories and so much more. You can pick up any of these three devices from the link down below.

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