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GTA Online Offering Bonus Rewards to Players

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Ever since its launch way back in 2013, Rockstar Games has been steadily keeping Grand Theft Auto Online flush with content, and the developer has now decided to cut players a deal as far as acquiring some of the in-game materials goes in GTA 5's multiplayer component. Today, the studio has announced that it will be offering bonus rewards to all players of the online title who qualify as "Guest List" members.

According to Rockstar Games, any Grand Theft Auto Online player who logged in between June 25, 2018 and July 2, 2018 are being considered Guest List members, and they can now claim their prize of $100,000 in-game dollars, as well as the Pink Wireframe Bodysuit. The developer has also mentioned that GTA$ deposits for this special offer will need be made to Maze Bank Accounts no later than July 16, 2018.

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Not only is Rockstar offering Guest List members a deal, but also the whole player base, as there are currently a large variety of discounts and bonuses available all this week, such as 25% more GTA$ Bonus payouts on Biker Business sales, Double GTA$ & RP on all Smuggler’s Sell Missions, and 25% off Special Cargo Crates. What's more is that select aircraft and vehicles – as well as Hangars – are marked down by 40% this week, while some other select cars are discounted by 30%.

With such sizable discounts and bonuses being offered this week, it's safe to presume that plenty of Grand Theft Auto Online players will either be logging in this week to claim their Guest List rewards or to take advantage of the sales. Undoubtedly, this is far from Rockstar's last update for the wildly popular multiplayer title, but updates may slow down once Red Dead Redemption 2 releases later this year.

Grand Theft Auto Online and all of its latest updates are available now through Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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