Prime Day 2023 is gearing up to be another solid sales event. The drone industry is a lot different than it was last year, which means you can find deals on slightly older, but still fantastic flying machines.
Amazon Prime Day takes off July 11-12, 2023.
(Last update: July 12, 2023 11:09 AM PST)
Amazon Prime Day 2023: Quick facts
- Amazon Prime Day starts on Tuesday, July 11th, and lasts for 48 hours.
- You’ll need an active Prime subscription, but don’t forget you can get that on a discount, or even free. (Link to Android Authority.)
- Prime members gain access to many early deals.
Best Amazon Prime Day drone deals
We’ll be updating this list several times throughout the two day sale, feel free to check back for new deals. Please also note that many deals are time sensitive, they may be expired by the time you click on them, sorry.
- DJI Mini 3 Pro with DJI RC for $725 (Save $184)
- ND Filters for DJI Mavic 3 for $56 (Save $123)
- Holy Stone HS720E for $209.99 (Save $130)
- Ruko F11Mini 3B for $329 (Save $70)
- DJI Action 2 Dual-screen Combo camera for $308.95 (Save $90.05)
- Deerc D20 toy drone for $34.99 (Save $15)
- ND Filters for DJI Mavic Air 2 for $16 (Save $33)
- SainSmart toy foam airplane/quadcopter for $19.99 (Save $20)
- Toy drones and more ($20 – $1,200)
- More to come, stay tuned!
Looking for more deals? Our partner site Android Authority has been keeping tabs on all the best technology deals.
Should I buy a drone on Prime Day?
Prime Day is a great time to buy a drone. Many of the most popular machines go on sale, and the sales event usually lands near the beginning of the summer months, which great months to have a drone.
As with any technology segment, do not let yourself be lured in on drones that do not appear to offer the features you are looking for. A toy drone for the backyard is pretty safe to snag, but if you are looking to get into drone racing or drone cinematography, most toy-class machines will not keep you happy.
Do I need a license to fly a drone?
Probably, yes. Please check the drone laws in your country. In the United States, all hobby pilots require their TRUST Certificate before they fly. Pilots that plan to make money from flying, including to sell or monetize any photos or video they capture from the sky, are commercial pilots that need their Part 107 Certification.