Unprecedented DJI Mavic 3 Pro Deals on Amazon Spark Interest. We ordered one today!

Massive Discounts on Flagship Drones Raise Eyebrows

In an online shopping landscape where too-good-to-be-true deals often lead to skepticism, a recent on featuring steep discounts on the DJI Mavic 3 Pro series drones has caught the attention of our DroneXL DJI Price Tracker. The discounts, which slash prices by more than half off of the manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP), promise new units of the flagship Pro drone at a fraction of the cost, raising questions about the legitimacy and origin of these offers. Today, you can grab a DJI Mavic 3 Pro for $799 and a DJI Mavic 3 Pro Fly More Combo for $1,299 on Amazon.



UPDATE 03/05/24 at 17:25: I just spoke to an Amazon customer support manager. She told me not to worry, as nothing was wrong with the order. She confirmed that I should be expecting the DJI Mavic 3 Pro drone tomorrow before 10 pm. I explained to her that I had heard of canceled orders and that I was concerned about my order. Based on the experience of other people, it seems to have been a scam. If that turns out to be true, it is strange that the official and Amazon Prime are used to run the scam. I will update my experience here on DroneXL tomorrow. And, if needed, I will contact Amazon again to get to the bottom of this. Maybe, just maybe, a drone will show up tomorrow…🤞

UPDATE 03/06/24 at 13:43: As of yet, my order still shows to be delivered tonight before 10 pm. However, based on what I have heard from others, I have little faith in a DJI Mavic 3 Pro showing up on my doorstep. I have spoken to Amazon twice now and am getting very little help. In case I do not receive the drone and this ends up being a scam that involves the official DJI store on Amazon and Amazon allowing these kinds of scams to happen on their platform, I will contact Amazon again and ask them to deliver the drone that I bought for the price I paid. I'm not sure how successful this will be but I'm going to try regardless. I know that there are at least 40 to 50 other people among our readers who jumped on this deal as well. If you'd like me to speak to Amazon on your behalf, then please send me your contact info and Amazon order number through our contact form here. I'm not a lawyer, and I do not provide advice, so I'm not promising anything, but at the same time, I feel that Amazon bears some level of responsibility here and DJI as well. So, let's see what happens and I will keep you up to date here on DroneXL. Fingers crossed!

UPDATE 03/06/24 at 15:31: My order got canceled as well… I am on the phone with an @AmazonHelp customer support supervisor. They say that they are very concerned about the large number of canceled orders and are looking into it. The case has been escalated, and the manager told me that Amazon will make this right. I explained that I am looking for Amazon to deliver the DJI Mavic 3 Pro to me, and that I'm not interested in a refund. I also explained that, with me, there are at least 40 more unhappy customers. Amazon said they would get back to me in a few hours. So, stay tuned for now. If you ordered one of the M3Pro's send me your order number so I can let Amazon know. Please use the contact form on DroneXL.co.

UPDATE 03/06/24 at 16:09: Word is that some folks whose orders have been canceled are asked to buy the DJI Mavic 3 Pro again. Amazon will reimburse them the difference AND give them a $100 Amazon credit for the inconvenience. That would indeed make Amazon a Customer-First company!

Update 03/06/24 at 21:03: This email (see comments below) was sent to Amazon customer service and a person in HQ who supposedly deals with these kinds of situations. The case has also been forwarded to Amazon's legal department. Fingers crossed that Amazon will live up to its principles!


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Confirming Authenticity of the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Deals

We've looked into the matter thoroughly, reaching out to Amazon's customer service to ensure the accuracy of these deals. A representative from Amazon has confirmed that the DJI Mavic 3 Pro and the DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo with DJI RC on offer are brand new. So, rest assured, these promotions are not for second-hand, refurbished, or previously opened items. Instead, they form part of a broader sales push by a reseller on Amazon.

The drones, sold by Rejawece, a reseller boasting a solid customer satisfaction rating, are described as eligible for return, refund, or replacement within 30 days of receipt, suggesting a confident backing of their condition and authenticity.

Details of the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Deals

The promotions include:

  • The DJI Mavic 3 Pro Fly More Combo with DJI RC, featuring a flagship triple-camera system, 4/3 CMOS Camera, and a suite of accessories, is now available for $1,299, down from its original $2,999. This 57% discount significantly undercuts the usual market price.
  • The DJI Mavic 3 Pro with DJI RC, known for its advanced imaging capabilities, 43-minute flight time, and 15km HD video transmission, is offered at $799, a substantial drop from the $2,199 MSRP, marking a 64% reduction.
Unprecedented Dji Mavic 3 Pro Deals On Amazon Spark Interest. Today, You Can Grab A Dji Mavic 3 Pro For $799 And A Dji Mavic 3 Pro Fly More Combo For $1,299 On Amazon.
Unprecedented Dji Mavic 3 Pro Deals On Amazon Spark Interest. Today, You Can Grab A Dji Mavic 3 Pro For $799 And A Dji Mavic 3 Pro Fly More Combo For $1,299 On Amazon.

Consumer Confidence and Final Thoughts

With the backing of Amazon's customer service and the seller's solid reputation, these deals, while astonishing, appear to be legitimate. The added reassurance of free returns and refunds further mitigates the risk for consumers, making these offers particularly enticing for those in the market for a high-quality drone.

While the dramatic price reductions on the DJI Mavic 3 Pro drones on Amazon may initially provoke skepticism, the confirmation of their new condition, coupled with robust consumer protection policies, suggests these deals represent a rare opportunity for enthusiasts and professionals alike.

Are these deals too good to be true? It sure feels like it, however, based on our research, they seem to be legit, and with free returns, refunds, and Amazon customer support, there seems to be little downside.

We went ahead and bought a DJI Mavic 3 Pro with DJI RC for $799. It is scheduled to be delivered on Wednesday, March 6th. And we will report here on DroneXL to let you know if this is in fact a real, new DJI drone and not some refurbished, open-box, or used drone.

Unprecedented Dji Mavic 3 Pro Deals On Amazon Spark Interest. We Ordered One Today!

What do you think about these promotions? Getting the DJI flagship model drone for such steep discounts… too good to be true or the best deal of 2024 on a DJI drone? Let us know in the comments below.

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Haye Kesteloo
Haye Kesteloo

Haye Kesteloo is the Editor in Chief and Founder of DroneXL.co, where he covers all drone-related news, DJI rumors and writes drone reviews, and EVXL.co, for all news related to electric vehicles. He is also a co-host of the PiXL Drone Show on YouTube and other podcast platforms. Haye can be reached at haye @ dronexl.co or @hayekesteloo.

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  1. Amazon lists the Mavic 3 Pro at $2999.00 not $1299.00. Where is the link for the $1299.00 deal?

    • They literally have the link in the article. But they have updated the pricing since then.

  2. Was able to order one (confirmed) at $799. They must have sold out as the price is back to $2199.

  3. The Mavic Pro 3 deal seems to have disappeared from Amazon, the I didn’t find any items for sale by the vendor. If it’s still up, let us know. I’ll buy one in a flash.

    • I guess he might have sold out… Based on what I have seen on social media, a lot of folks were able to place an order. Some of whom should get them tomorrow. We ordered one as well and it should get here on Thursday. I will post about it on DroneXL.

  4. Just checked… $2199 and your link to the seller takes you to the Amazon seller page but clicking on the seller storefront shows nothing. Hope you get it for that but no one else is.

  5. I think you talked alot of people into being scammed. Guess we will see and hope Amazon makes it right.

    • I certainly hope that will not be the case. I contacted Amazon to verify the offer, which they did. Amazon is shipping the product directly to you. You have free returns and refunds. People use credit cards that come with protection. I mean, I guess there is never 100% certainty, but in this case, I felt it was worth taking the ‘risk’ (if any). And to put our money where our mouth is, we placed an order as well. So hopefully many folks will be receiving their heavily discounted DJI Mavic 3 Pro tomorrow and Wednesday. We’ll post our experience here on DroneXL.

  6. Maybe because there are bills on the docket to try to ban DJI drones, many government agencies are banned already from their use, private sector next.

  7. I ordered one with Friday delivery. Has anyone seen any movement in their tracking details?

  8. A day later, and oddly, no tracking information available from Amazon. And then there’s this: The seller’s reviews are limited to the awesome ‘Lip Plumper’ their previous customers have enjoyed. Waiting for the “Mine arrived” posts on here tomorrow.

    • For those reaching out to Amazon regarding their orders which still contain no shipping information or tracking number, and the status remains both “Ordered” and “Arriving today by 10pm”, you will receive the typical programmed response from Amazon’s ‘help’ team: “Don’t worry about anything, all is good – your order is all okay. It will be there, trust me.”

    • After an unprofessional call with one of the supervisors, she told me that they were not committed to this and that they would cancel the orders without any compensation.

  9. Ordered 2. Both showed today Tuesday delivery. Both canceled this morning. Waiting on refund now

  10. I ordered one. Set to arrive tomorrow, no movement on shipping a day later and my account has not been billed yet. Seems they realized their mistake and are likely going to cancel the orders. Hoping that doesn’t happen. Will reply again tomorrow

  11. I was able to buy one at the 799 price. It’s still showing for tomorrow delivery 🤞. No tracking information as of yet though

  12. I ordered March 3rd and shows it will be delivered by UPS tomorrow. BUT the weight of the package is 136 grams which is impossible being that the drone is 958 grams by itself. I called Amazon and they said they reached out to the seller and the order is fine. They said call back if I have any issues. Glad I held off on selling my Mini 4.

    Plus look at the latest 2 reviews on the seller.

    “I did not receive the “DJI Mavic 3 Pro” I ordered. Instead, I received “Lip Maximizer” Posted 3-5-24

    “Instead of a DJI Mavic 3 Pro drone, I received “Lip Maximizer” lip balm in a small box. DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SELLER.” Posted 3-5-24

  13. Ordered 2 on Monday and the orders are confirmed and still active, with a delivery date set for Thursday. Both were listed as being shipped by Amazon, so hopefully they get sent out. No shipment updates yet, but I live near multiple Amazon distribution centers so it’s not unusual for an order to ship the day before its set deliver date. I’ll post an update on Thursday.

      • I think you should put pressure on Amazon, on behalf of your readership (quote stats), to honor the sale

        • Yes. We’re going to collect order info from all the folks that bought one and then we’re going to take that to Amazon. Not that I’m expecting much but at the same time I feel that they should take responsibility for their listing on their site. We’ll see what happens.

  14. I just spoke to Amazon customer service, and she confirmed that the drones are indeed coming from Amazon’s own warehouse and are still set to be delivered tomorrow. I confirmed the correct ASIN with her and mentioned that others who have ordered this drone from Rejawece have received cosmetic products instead, and she said that she’s asked their fulfillment center to ensure that the correct item with the correct ASIN is shipped. She also said that if the incorrect item is received, then Amazon will replace it with the correct item from their warehouse (albeit still from Rejawece’s own stock.) Honestly, I’m not holding my breath but we’ll see. Either way, she was very nice, helpful, and patient with all of my questions — so +1 to Kristine!

  15. So after chatting with 7 different associates. They all wanted me to buy it again at the higher price and they said they would help with the difference. When I asked what’s the guaranty that I’ll get the difference back all I got was rest assured the next associate will see the notes and they can see what options they can do. Just wanted me to buy it at a higher price.

    One even told me that it was out of stock and that I should put it into my wish list and be notified when it’s back in stock. They even sent a link showing it wasn’t available. But my computer showed otherwise.

    They are washing their hands of this pretty much but I feel they should honor the price that was advertised and purchased at.

    Maybe I should buy it at the higher price and see how much they will refund if any.

  16. Received a tube of lip gloss today. Tried and tried to get them to send a drone directly from Amazon for the same sale price. Best I could get was a refund and $450 in store credit.

    • I’m really curious how they’re managing to send a $15 tube of lip gloss in place of a $2,200 drone. The ASIN should be correct, so the warehouse bot should be grabbing the correct item from the floor. I wonder if the seller somehow bamboozled Amazon into thinking the lip gloss they sent to their warehouse is a drone instead, and then they cranked the price up to $799. You’d think that their automated checks within the warehouse would notice the huge weight discrepancy of the box. They have a ridiculous amount of failsafes in those warehouses to prevent theft and shrink.

  17. Dear Sir or Madam,

    I am writing to address a concerning issue regarding a recent purchase I made on March 4th from the official DJI store on Amazon.com. The item in question, a DJI Mavic 3 Pro drone with DJI RC, was listed at a promotional price of $799, significantly reduced from its MSRP of $2,199. As a conscientious consumer, I reached out to Amazon’s customer service to confirm the legitimacy of this offer. The representative assured me that these were indeed new, unopened items, not refurbished or used, and that they were in stock. With this confirmation, I confidently proceeded with my purchase (ORDER # …).

    As a long-term Amazon Prime customer, a former seller on your platform, and an Amazon Affiliate account holder, I also operate a popular drone news website, dronexl.co. Trusting in the information provided by your customer service, I shared the news of this remarkable deal with my readers. This led to a significant number of purchases through our affiliate links, as well as many others who bought the drone directly from Amazon. The promotion was particularly noteworthy as it was offered directly through DJI’s official Amazon store and fulfilled by Amazon itself.

    However, after a series of delays, my order was unexpectedly canceled without any explanation provided. Despite multiple attempts to resolve this issue through customer support and conversations with various supervisors, my inquiries have remained unanswered. This lack of communication and resolution is concerning, given Amazon’s commitment to customer satisfaction, operational excellence, and long-term vision, as highlighted by your four guiding principles.

    I am reaching out with the expectation that Amazon will honor the original purchase agreement, not only for myself but for all customers who took advantage of this promotion in good faith. I am not seeking a refund; rather, I request the fulfillment of my order and those of DroneXL’s readers at the agreed-upon promotional price of $799.

    It has come to my attention that some of our readers have been offered a fair solution by Amazon: purchasing the DJI Mavic 3 Pro with DJI RC at the MSRP of $2,199, with Amazon reimbursing the difference between the promotional price of $799 and the MSRP. I believe this to be a reasonable resolution that demonstrates Amazon’s commitment to customer satisfaction and maintaining trust within its community.

    I trust that Amazon will address this situation promptly and appropriately, upholding its pledge to be customer-centric and ensuring fair treatment for all affected customers. I have attached my order information for your reference.

    Thank you for your attention to this matter, and I look forward to a swift resolution that reflects Amazon’s values and dedication to its customers.


    Haye Kesteloo
    Owner of DroneXL.co

    • The above email was sent to Amazon customer service and a person in HQ who supposedly deals with these kinds of situations. The case has also been forwarded to Amazon’s legal department. Fingers crossed that Amazon will live up to its principles!

      • @haye Thanks for leading the charge on this, I’m in the same boat as everyone else – ordered, canceled, zero help from Amazon customer service. Fingers crossed your letter makes it to the right person!

          • I just emailed you my order numbers — apologies for the delay in getting them to you. Please let me know if you need anything else, and thank you so much!

      • Great email Haye! Do you have any tips for the best way of contacting Amazon’s customer service? I want to send a similar email

  18. I went ahead and purchased another at 2199.00 with them starting to me they will help with the difference once it shows delivered. I’ll see what happens

  19. As of this morning, my orders are still active and set to be delivered today by 10pm. We’ll see if they cancel them after 10pm, and I’ll raise hell with them if they do.

    I just spoke to them again this morning, communicated my concern that this is a bait and switch, and they assured me that the order will be delivered as promised at the agreed upon price, and that if the incorrect items are received, then Amazon will replace them with the correct items. They did say that they don’t have them in stock at the fulfillment centers near me, but they’re checking other fulfillment centers. They also confirmed that there still an active investigation open on this issue as well. It’s fine if the order is a little delayed, just as long as I get the correct drones at the correct price — whether Amazon provides the drones from their own stock, or gives me an account credit for the full purchase price plus tax so I can purchase them from another Amazon seller.

    I’ll reach out again later today just for the sake of posterity, but I have both chats saved.

    • Keep us posted please – my chat and phone calls have yielded nothing but brick walls, hard heads, and zero results with Amazon. I did get an email after seeking a resolution via DM on Twitter. They’re playing dumb and pretending that this is a price match issue, as we all bought at $2199.00 then it went on sale for $799.00 and we want a price match. I explained that this is not price matching, but Business Contract Law and honoring the sale terms as money was exchanged (credit card authorization granted and/or charged.)

      “This is ______ with Amazon’s Social Media team. I’ve received your reply to _______ email.

      I’ve reviewed your account and I’m sorry you’re disappointed with the information previously provided to you on March 6, 2024, regarding the cancellation of the DJI Mavic 3 Pro with DJI PC, 4K Drone specifically that this order was being fulfilled by Amazon but sold through another seller,”Rejawece”. Unfortunately, since the item is no longer in stock through this seller, the order was cancelled as a result. If you are still wanting the item, you’re welcome to place a new order with a seller that has the item currently in stock.

      We do not offer price matching between sellers or post order, if items were to go on sale after purchase. We strive to maintain low and competitive prices on everything we carry. We constantly compare Amazon’s prices to our competitors’ prices to make sure that our prices are as low or lower than all relevant competitors. As a result, we don’t offer price matching. To read more about our pricing, please visit our Help pages: https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=G9EAYKPV5YYDB8P7.

      I can understand this is disappointing, however, this is the best answer we can offer.

      We appreciate your business.”

      • That’s super frustrating, especially considering that Amazon knew exactly how many Mavic 3’s Rejawece had left in stock as this was fulfilled by Amazon — but they still allowed people to place orders and in some cases, even charged them and shipped out lip gloss directly from the Amazon warehouse instead of the drone.

        • Also, Amazon told me to reach out to the seller since ‘Rejawece’ would need to make this right. Using Amazon’s own messaging system to sellers, this is the result: “Since Amazon is handling the shipping for this order, you’ll need to talk with an Amazon Customer Service Associate.”

          • Honestly, the seller is right — Amazon should be the one to handle this and make it right, and Amazon usually takes responsibility for issues with FBA (Fulfilled By Amazon) orders. If you look at Rejawece’s seller page (or really any other seller’s page,) there are instances where people complained about receiving the wrong item or not receiving their order at all, and Amazon themselves commented on the review saying “Because this order was fulfilled by Amazon, we take full responsibility for this.” (or something along those lines)

            Just out of curiosity, when you placed your order, did you notice if the item page said anything like “Only 3 left in stock”?

          • I don’t recall if there was an indication of units left in stock. However, my suspicion about this ended when I saw the words, “Fulfilled by Amazon.com” above the seller’s name, along with “In Stock” in green letters. There was also a finite delivery date shown, vs. an estimate. A reasonable person would take this claim at face value – that Amazon was in physical possession of these items and Amazon would be shipping them on behalf of their client, the third-party seller.

          • What’s especially frustrating is that Amazon is acting like the cost of making this right is significant to them, when in reality it’s more like a fraction of a rounding error at their scale of operation.

          • Absolutely, those are the indicators that we’ve come to learn suggest a seamless worry-free order experience and those were the reasons that I felt comfortable ordering as well. I have full screenshots of the item page from my time of ordering showing it saying “In stock” in multiple places, “Shipped by Amazon,” and with a promised delivery date specified in multiple places along with the timeframe that the order needed to be placed within to receive it by the specified day.

  20. I just finished another chat with Amazon, and they once again confirmed that both of my orders will be delivered as promised at the agreed upon price. I got an email update on one of them stating that the shipping speed was updated to 1-day shipping, so it’s promising that it wasn’t cancelled instead. The representative confirmed that both orders are currently in “advanced shipping status,” at a non-local (to me) fulfillment center, which apparently means that they are ready to ship. He said that I will receive them in 48-hours, and offered to issue me a $10 Prime credit for the shipping delay (which was very nice of him.)

    Side note: The representative (Rohit) was very nice and helpful, and also made it a point to mention that he appreciated how professional, kind, and respectful our interaction was — so if you have to reach out to Amazon customer support for this issue, I think it’s worth it to remember to maintain a kind and professional tone when speaking to the representative. Many of us have worked these customer phone support jobs before, and they can be rough. I know that during my days in phone support, myself and many of my colleagues would go out of our way to go above and beyond for the customers who were respectful and professional when speaking to us. So just remember to try and stay level-headed, even though this situation has been very frustrating for some of us. We’re all humans here, and we all appreciate being spoken to with kindness.

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