Registering multiple drones, or use just one number

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I have a Phantom 3 that I registered a year ago. I just bought a Mavic pro platinum. Do I need to pay more money to register the mavic, or can I use the same Register number from the Phantom? The FAA site is now up to $45.00 for 3 years. Yikes.
 

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If you registered under Section 336 and you're still only flying as a hobbyist, you can mark all of your drones with the same registration number.
 

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I have a Phantom 3 that I registered a year ago. I just bought a Mavic pro platinum. Do I need to pay more money to register the mavic, or can I use the same Register number from the Phantom? The FAA site is now up to $45.00 for 3 years. Yikes.
You're not looking at the Official FAA website then.

 
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I have a Phantom 3 that I registered a year ago. I just bought a Mavic pro platinum. Do I need to pay more money to register the mavic, or can I use the same Register number from the Phantom? The FAA site is now up to $45.00 for 3 years. Yikes.
Here is a link to FAA for more info. It shows $5.00 for three years. Be careful of other sites that will make you think you are at FAA but they are not. If a site is saying $45.00 to register, get away from it. Here is the link to FAA Register Your Drone
 
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If hobbyist you're registering yourself, if part 107 you register each drone individually.
 
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