The caveats are as follows. First, the unlocked models aren't part of the promotion. Second, you'll have to pick an installment plan with AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint and not pay for the handset in full when you buy it. Oh, and the price reduction will be applied as a deduction from your monthly installments.Samsung Galaxy S9+
If that's OK with you, then you can get the Galaxy S9 for $489.99 (on AT&T) or $492 (on Verizon or Sprint). The S9+ is now priced at $612 (on Verizon or Sprint), and $614.99 on AT&T. The Note8 is $649.99 with Verizon or AT&T, and $660 with Sprint.
Keep in mind that this is probably a limited time offer, but we don't know how long it will last. So it's best to act fast if you find it compelling.
You are not very bright. The pricing is after discount and is 3 different phones. Maybe actually read the article.
I don't understand. If the price is usually $612 on Verizon and you can "now" get the phone for $492, that is not $300 in savings. That is $120.