Sunday , December 16 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Parrot says ‘It’s Flying Season’ from June 1st to July 4th and is offering rebates on selected drones

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Update: Cashback offer confirmed. You’ll have to head to to claim your cashback during the promo period.

It’s getting cooler out there, but Parrot still thinks the weather is just fine for flying drones, launching their first ‘Flying Season promotion running for 6 weeks, offering rebates on selected Parrot drones.

The promo runs from June 1st to July 4th and will see you save from $40 to $100 when you purchase selected Parrot Drones, ranging from their Minidrones, through to the top of the line Bebop Drone – the one with the Full HD Camera.

The following discounts will be applied from the 1st of June:

  • $40 off on all Minidrones
  • $50 off on Bebop Drone
  • $100 off on ‘Bebop Drone + Skycontroller’

François Ruault, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Parrot, commented:

To pilot a leisure drone is not, and should not, be reserved to expert pilots. It is with this conviction that Parrot developed a range of compact, lightweight and robust drones which are all easy to control with a smartphone. With Flying Season, we wish to blow a wind of ingenuity with the ambition of creating a recurring moment in the year where giving a new dimension to your games, to your time with friends and family, and to your memories is possible and accessible.

You can check out the range of Parrot Drones on the Parrot website.

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