The Galaxy Note 3 is one of the more desirable high-end phones on the market at the moment, especially if you like your mobile hardware big and pleathery. If you also like your service from Sprint, then Amazon's wireless store has a heck of a deal for new customers: a Galaxy Note 3 for $112.49 on a subsidized plan. That's more than $200 off the retail price. Black and white models are available, and shipping is free with Amazon Prime.
If you're not a new customer or signing up a family member for a new line, the deal gets considerably less sweet: the price jumps up to $279.99, $70 cheaper than Sprint's $349.99 price for the phone. (You might be able to take advantage of the new Framily Plan with this deal, but it's possible that Amazon's back end hasn't been updated to reflect it.) The unsubsidized cost of the phone is still a sky-high $750.
This is as low as we've seen the Galaxy Note 3 so far, not counting the various $0 down plans with deferred payment. It's selling well at its regular price, so discounts this large are rare. If you don't mind using Sprint as your provider and signing on the dotted line for two years, it's a pretty good bargain. That said, AT&T and Verizon both have their Galaxy Note 3 models marked at $300, so if you're not opening a new Sprint line, there probably isn't much temptation here.