Grab the fantastic DJI Mini 3 Pro for its lowest price in Amazon's Spring sale

DJI Mini 3 Pro drone and remote controller alongside lowest price graphic
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The DJI Mini 3 Pro may now have been superseded by the Mini 4 Pro, but it's still one of the best compact drones you can buy – and it's currently even cheaper in the Amazon Spring Deal Days Sale.

The DJI RC version (which is bundled with DJI’s remote controller) has been reduced from £859 to £689 in the UK, saving you a massive £170 and matching its lowest price ever. In the US, it's currently priced at $609, which is also a record low, although it's worth noting that it's been at that figure now for around a year. 

It's also worth noting that DJI has the same deal in the UK and actually sells it for $10 less in the US, offering it for $599.

Today's best DJI Mini 3 Pro deals

DJI Mini 3 Pro (DJI RC): £859 £689 at Amazon

DJI Mini 3 Pro (DJI RC): <a href="https://target.georiot.com/Proxy.ashx?tsid=8428&GR_URL=https%3A%2F%2Famazon.co.uk%2FDJI-Lightweight-Foldable-Avoidance-Beginners%2Fdp%2FB09WDBDGBZ%3Ftag%3Dhawk-future-21%26ascsubtag%3Dhawk-custom-tracking-21" data-link-merchant="Amazon UK"" target="_blank">was £859 now £689 at Amazon

Still one of the best drones around, our <a href="https://www.techradar.com/reviews/dji-mini-3-pro" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="Amazon UK"">DJI Mini 3 Pro review billed the sub 250g drone as “the best compact drone you can buy” with punchy 4K video and tri-directional obstacle avoidance. This kit with remote controller included is at its lowest price ever in Amazon's Spring Deal Days sale.

Price check: <a href="https://www.awin1.com/awclick.php?awinmid=7327&awinaffid=103504&clickref=hawk-custom-tracking&p=https%3A%2F%2Fstore.dji.com%2Fuk%2Fproduct%2Fdji-mini-3-pro%3Fvid%3D113991%26set_region%3DGB%26from%3Dsite-nav" data-link-merchant="dji.com"" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="Amazon UK"">£689 at DJI

DJI Mini 3 Pro (DJI RC): $599 at DJI

DJI Mini 3 Pro (DJI RC): <a href="https://www.awin1.com/awclick.php?awinmid=7327&awinaffid=103504&clickref=hawk-custom-tracking&p=https%3A%2F%2Fstore.dji.com%2Fproduct%2Fdji-mini-3-pro%3Fvid%3D113961" data-link-merchant="dji.com"">$599 at DJI

As we said in our <a href="https://www.techradar.com/reviews/dji-mini-3-pro" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="dji.com"">review, the Mini 3 Pro was "a serious upgrade for the Mini series". Yes, the Mini 4 Pro is now available, but it only offers marginal improvements over the 3 Pro, and at this price we'd recommend buying the earlier model.

Price check: <a href="https://target.georiot.com/Proxy.ashx?tsid=8428&GR_URL=https%3A%2F%2Famazon.com%2FDJI-Mini-RC-Lightweight-Intelligent%2Fdp%2FB0BL3NZT5D%3Ftag%3Dhawk-future-20%26ascsubtag%3Dhawk-custom-tracking-20" data-link-merchant="Amazon US"" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="dji.com"">$609 at Amazon

Although it's been replaced on our best drones page by the DJI Mini 4 Pro, the 3 is still one of the best backpack-friendly bundles for aerial photography and video. Our DJI Mini 3 Pro review declared the sub-250g drone as a serious upgrade for the Mini series, adding tri-dimensional obstacle sensing to its super-sharp 48MP stills and 4K / 60p video. 

Given that the newer Mini 4 Pro will set you back £857 (and $959 in the US), and that in our review we said it was "an incremental update over the Mini 3 Pro", this could be a great deal to get you started on your aerial-photography journey.

(Not in the US or UK? Scroll down to see the best DJI deals where you are).

Marc McLaren
Global Editor in Chief

Marc is TechRadar’s Global Editor in Chief, the latest in a long line of senior editorial roles he’s held in a career that started the week that Google launched (nice of them to mark the occasion). Prior to joining TR, he was UK Editor in Chief on Tom’s Guide, where he oversaw all gaming, streaming, audio, TV, entertainment, how-to and cameras coverage. He's also a former editor of the tech website Stuff and spent five years at the music magazine NME, where his duties mainly involved spoiling other people’s fun. He’s based in London, and has tested and written about phones, tablets, wearables, streaming boxes, smart home devices, Bluetooth speakers, headphones, games, TVs, cameras and pretty much every other type of gadget you can think of. An avid photographer, Marc likes nothing better than taking pictures of very small things (bugs, his daughters) or very big things (distant galaxies). He also enjoys live music, gaming, cycling, and beating Wordle (he authors the daily Wordle today page).

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