DJI is hosting a fairly good sale this January, with discounts as high as $300. Between now and the end of January, DJI is hosting its “Spring Sale,” offering discounts on most of the products in its Mavic 2 and Osmo lineup.
Here’s what’s up for grabs:
|Usual Price||Sale Price||Dollars saved|
|Mavic 2 Pro||$1,729||$1,499||$230|
|Mavic 2 Pro+||$2,199||$1,899||$300|
|Mavic 2 Zoom||$1,439||$1,249||$190|
|Mavic 2 Zoom +||$1,899||$1,649||$250|
|Mavic 2 Fly More Kit||$439||$379||$60|
The sale is pretty good, albeit not the best prices we’ve seen on these products.
During the 2019 Christmas sale, we saw the DJI Osmo Pocket down to $309, for a $90 savings (vs. this sale’s $50 savings), and the Mavic 2 Pro+ down to just $1,779, a whopping $420 in savings (vs. $300 savings now).
Still though, DJI tends to drop prices the lowest around the holiday season. So, if you’re pining for one of these products and you missed the boat during Christmas time, now is probably the next best time to do it. Otherwise, wait until the holiday season of 2020.
Buying through DJI’s site makes sense, as you’ll have the opportunity to purchase DJI Care Refresh, DJI’s extended warranty program. Purchases made through DJI’s site also include free shipping on orders over $149. Plus, you get 1% back on whatever you buy as a DJI credit toward your next purchase.
Say you’re buying a Mavic 2 Pro. It’s usually $1,729. But, you’ll save $230 automatically by buying it now through DJI’s sale. Then, you’ll have an additional $14.99 in credits toward your next purchase. Next, pay for it on a credit card that can earn additional rewards for online shopping — like the Bank of America Cash Rewards — for even more savings. With that card, you start by earning 3% back (that would be $45 on the Mavic 2 Pro alone), but you can earn as much as 5.25% back, depending on your status with Bank of America. That’s a whopping $80 back, on top of all the other savings). Not a bad deal.
In other news, the DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 is now back in stock, though not on sale. The drone was briefly discontinued, but DJI brought it back earlier this month, to many commercial drone pilot’s pleasure (the drone has been popular for mapping applications in particular).