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Why wait to have the drone you’ve always wanted? Get it now and pay on your own time!
  
  
We are pleased to announce that DJI has partnered with Affirm to provide 0% APR financing over 3 or 6 months for all qualified customers applying from Nov 1-20, 2017 (EST). You could buy a Mavic Pro Platinum for $1099, and pay $184/month for 6-months with 0% APR. A down payment may be required.
  
  
Those who do not qualify can still be eligible for receive rates from 10-30% APR over 3, 6, or 12 months. In this case, you could buy a Mavic Pro Platinum for $1099, and pay $97/month for 12-months with 10% APR. A down payment may be required.
  
  
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How does financing through Affirm Work?
  
1)    Provide your basic information and you’ll get a real-time decision to split your purchase into monthly payments.
  
2)    Pay your monthly bill via bank transfer, check, or debit card.
  
3)    There are no gimmicks, deferred interest, or hidden fees. The total you see at checkout is always what you’ll actually pay.
  
  
How do I complete an order with Affirm?
  
Step 1: Add the items you want to your Cart
  
Step 2: Choose Affirm at checkout
  
Step 3: Receive your order
  
Step 4: Make payments over time
  
  
It is just as simple as that!
  
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Please Note: Previous purchases are ineligible for this offer. Offer is subject to change at any time. A credit check is required, though checking your eligibility won’t affect your credit score. Affirm loans are made by Cross River Bank, a New Jersey State Chartered Commercial Bank, Member FDIC. See www.affirm.com/faqs for details.

If you meet any difficult during the payment, CLICK HERE to share with us.
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Spending money you don't have.
Always a smart idea.....
2017-11-1 02:31:34
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let me just find my credit card.......... Ahhh, here it is, swipe it please!

I actually find this to be a great idea. When the new Mav 2 comes out, I can order it, pay for it monthly and have it paid off before it arrives.......... lol, I have jokes. But really, I like this option. Thanks DJI.
2017-11-1 04:02:47
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Perhaps it needs to be made clear what countries this applies to. Many might get tehir hopes up but find it is not applicable to them.
Good idea though.

2017-11-1 04:39:33
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What countries is it available in?
2017-11-1 07:06:46
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Oh, boy playing with money I don't have. Nice.
2017-11-1 08:34:21
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Not a very smart move...
2017-11-1 09:26:50
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Credit is ok as long as you know you can pay back, then it is a contract.  To take on credit though when aware you cannot honor the contract equals a disaster and shame.  Not worth it.
2017-11-1 10:42:18
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I’m sure all the people opposing to this paid their houses and cars with cash.  Credit is not a bad thing as long as you know how to handle your finances
2017-11-1 12:13:53
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Lucas775 Posted at 2017-11-1 12:13
I’m sure all the people opposing to this paid their houses and cars with cash.  Credit is not a bad thing as long as you know how to handle your finances

Except houses and cars are 10 times more expensive (even more for houses) than a drone and are way more important. You can put off not buying a drone if you can't pay it up all at once. If you have problems paying up a drone at once, chances are you're struggling financially and should probably put the money somewhere where it's more necessary.

Drones are toys used by hobbyist and should wait if you'd rather pay monthly, incremental payments. Not giving financial advice, just my $0.02.
2017-11-1 16:31:20
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AEM74 Posted at 2017-11-1 16:31
Except houses and cars are 10 times more expensive (even more for houses) than a drone and are way more important. You can put off not buying a drone if you can't pay it up all at once. If you have problems paying up a drone at once, chances are you're struggling financially and should probably put the money somewhere where it's more necessary.

Drones are toys used by hobbyist and should wait if you'd rather pay monthly, incremental payments. Not giving financial advice, just my $0.02.

Remember the country you are living in is built on credit.  I was not giving an advice it was just a fact and don't always assume about other peoples financial well being.
2017-11-1 16:36:06
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Lucas775 Posted at 2017-11-1 16:36
Remember the country you are living in is built on credit.  I was not giving an advice it was just a fact and don't always assume about other peoples financial well being.

Indeed it is. And that sadly is because a lot of people don't know how to manage their finances.

Also, I wasn't saying you were giving financial advice, my last sentence was meant to say that I, personally, am not trying to give it out, just giving out my views.
2017-11-1 16:55:49
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Definitely a good fishing hook.
2017-11-1 17:15:02
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Agree that drones are toys and should not be bought on credit.
2017-11-1 17:41:08
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I bought mine this way. Doing very well financially. I’d just rather use this as a credit boost and pay over time. I’ll finance almost anything I want to buy that offers financing and just pay over time. I always have the money to pay it before doing financing, however.
2017-11-1 19:44:50
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America built on credit.......... Really? Wake up and stop watching you tube videos.
2017-11-1 20:26:51
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Drones are toys, and toys should not be bought on credit.
2017-11-1 20:37:12
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I've been a banker for 25 yrs if u can borrow at 0% and put that money into an investment... It can really work for you... Just my 2 cents er 5 cents now with inflation lol
2017-11-1 21:10:12
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In these times, money on a bank account starts to COST money, instead of givin' interest, not even a 0% financed buy is really a win/win.
But hey, it's X-mas comin' up.
It ment to sell drones, not to have a good hard for consumer.
2017-11-2 01:52:27
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Honestly IMO, if I need to use up credit to buy a copter? I shouldn't buy one. Cash or nothing.
2017-11-2 04:25:45
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Bulldog Posted at 2017-11-1 04:02
let me just find my credit card.......... Ahhh, here it is, swipe it please!

I actually find this to be a great idea. When the new Mav 2 comes out, I can order it, pay for it monthly and have it paid off before it arrives.......... lol, I have jokes. But really, I like this option. Thanks DJI.

Ah yes a man living in reality ! You may have a promising career in the Futures Market on Wall Street
2017-11-2 05:19:04
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@quadKid I was kidding of course. But you knew that.
2017-11-2 06:18:20
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it's 0% interest therefore, as long as finances are in order or that you can afford any debt you may already have it's a good way to buy.
2017-11-2 06:55:01
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hallmark007 Posted at 2017-11-1 07:06
What countries is it available in?

currently, it is only available in the USA
2017-11-2 17:51:50
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Bulldog Posted at 2017-11-1 04:02
let me just find my credit card.......... Ahhh, here it is, swipe it please!

I actually find this to be a great idea. When the new Mav 2 comes out, I can order it, pay for it monthly and have it paid off before it arrives.......... lol, I have jokes. But really, I like this option. Thanks DJI.

Even though that was a funny joke there is much truth in it...
2017-11-3 04:46:18
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I assume most of us on here have reasonable jobs with reasonable income.  We choose an expensive hobby because most of us probably can afford it, we probably don't drink much, don't smoke much and maybe don't even spend lots of money on expensive family holidays.  So our money is mainly for our fun.  

Now can someone tell me why buying something over 3 or 6 months at absolutely ZERO extra cost would be bad in the above circumstances?
2017-11-4 02:38:03
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HomePoint Posted at 2017-11-4 02:38
I assume most of us on here have reasonable jobs with reasonable income.  We choose an expensive hobby because most of us probably can afford it, we probably don't drink much, don't smoke much and maybe don't even spend lots of money on expensive family holidays.  So our money is mainly for our fun.  

Now can someone tell me why buying something over 3 or 6 months at absolutely ZERO extra cost would be bad in the above circumstances?

Everyone has there way of purchasing items, big and small? When u can borrow at 0%, it is a great way to purchase items??? As long as you can mange the commitment over the course of time management has a lot to do with credit management? In a nut shell, what I am saying, it works for many individuals? As long as you fulfill the commitment. I have an 815 + credit score, we are all in our own individual financial situation. I don't believe this should be a financial forum?

Just adding my 2 1/2 cents!
2017-11-4 08:22:55
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DeeD Posted at 2017-11-4 08:22
Everyone has there way of purchasing items, big and small? When u can borrow at 0%, it is a great way to purchase items??? As long as you can mange the commitment over the course of time management has a lot to do with credit management? In a nut shell, what I am saying, it works for many individuals? As long as you fulfill the commitment. I have an 815 + credit score, we are all in our own individual financial situation. I don't believe this should be a financial forum?

Just adding my 2 1/2 cents!

But you feel that paying £1000 up front is better than paying £1000 in 6 installments at no extra cost?  You say its better for DJI to have your cash than you have it in the bank?  Doesn't make sense.  My example was for people who could afford, not those who cannot.
2017-11-4 10:59:49
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HomePoint Posted at 2017-11-4 10:59
But you feel that paying £1000 up front is better than paying £1000 in 6 installments at no extra cost?  You say its better for DJI to have your cash than you have it in the bank?  Doesn't make sense.  My example was for people who could afford, not those who cannot.

Exactly right.
2017-11-7 03:02:57
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Lucas775 Posted at 2017-11-1 12:13
I’m sure all the people opposing to this paid their houses and cars with cash.  Credit is not a bad thing as long as you know how to handle your finances

So True. As long as you know you can easily make the payments, like you do with your vehicles and homes, why is there harm in it?
2017-11-8 13:30:40
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AEM74 Posted at 2017-11-1 16:31
Except houses and cars are 10 times more expensive (even more for houses) than a drone and are way more important. You can put off not buying a drone if you can't pay it up all at once. If you have problems paying up a drone at once, chances are you're struggling financially and should probably put the money somewhere where it's more necessary.

Drones are toys used by hobbyist and should wait if you'd rather pay monthly, incremental payments. Not giving financial advice, just my $0.02.

Not all are hobbyists/toys. Many people use them for business purposes as well. Sometimes, for a small fledgling business, a large expensive drone may be hard to afford initially, but can pay for itself within that 6 month window.

As long as credit is used wisely, it is not a bad thing.
2017-11-8 13:33:33
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StanfordWebbie Posted at 2017-11-1 17:41
Agree that drones are toys and should not be bought on credit.

Many people use drones for business these days as well. They are not toys for every person.
2017-11-8 13:35:09
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Bulldog Posted at 2017-11-1 20:26
America built on credit.......... Really? Wake up and stop watching you tube videos.

I live in the US, and the majority of people have debt through credit of one sort or another. For me and my wife, it is our Subaru. We did not pay cash for it, but have it financed. We are ahead of payments and it will be paid off a year or more early.

However, many Americans live off their Credit Cards.
2017-11-8 13:38:17
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StanfordWebbie Posted at 2017-11-1 20:37
Drones are toys, and toys should not be bought on credit.

For you, it may be a toy. For others it is a self-supporting business.
2017-11-8 13:39:14
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Quadified Posted at 2017-11-8 13:39
For you, it may be a toy. For others it is a self-supporting business.

Yes, that's true.  But quads are also frequently destroyed due to user error. Someone with upcoming payments would likely be very tempted to stop making those payments if their drone was gone.  That said, there are lots of good points on both sides of this thread.  
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Quadified Posted at 2017-11-8 13:38
I live in the US, and the majority of people have debt through credit of one sort or another. For me and my wife, it is our Subaru. We did not pay cash for it, but have it financed. We are ahead of payments and it will be paid off a year or more early.

However, many Americans live off their Credit Cards.

Yes my friend, the world works off credit now days, that is how it works. However, America was not built on credit, that is what I was referring to. America was formed  and built off the greatest legislation ever written, the Constitution of America. Credit had nothing to do with it. IMO.
2017-11-9 04:40:17
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Ahhhh... Keep it Simple... If your responsible with monthly finances... And know your budget limits. Why not go for it and get your prized aircraft. When paid for you'll appreciate it all that more. Great marketing plan for DJI and good for all drone hobbiest.
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DJI Grace Posted at 2017-11-2 17:51
currently, it is only available in the USA

That means the forum mostly consist of people from USA, since such a vital information wasnt included in the OP?
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CineView Media Posted at 2017-11-15 11:31
That means the forum mostly consist of people from USA, since such a vital information wasnt included in the OP?

Actually, I share some great information here, intending to benefit our users here. I really think it is great and cost-efficient. Moreover, if there is information only available in other region or area but really good and helpful, I would like to share it here as well.
We are devoted to improving the community into a friendly and helpful area for our DJI owners and those like DJI or even some people may just be interest in DJI, we all warm welcome!{:4_182:}
So thank you for your comment and really appreciated your understanding here. If you have more ideas or advice, please contact me and all are warmly welcomed!
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