Pre-order Red Dead Redemption 2 and receive a bonus GTA$100,000

Rockstar has, as usual, added a bunch of new content to GTA Online this week. There are new vehicles, login bonuses and GTA$ up for grabs for players who complete ongoing challenges.

One other source of bonus revenue, however, is for players who’ve pre-ordered Red Dead Redemption 2 digitally on either PS4 or Xbox One.

Those who have pre-ordered will receive a bonus GTA$1,000,000. If you haven’t pre-ordered yet, you have until October 15 to take advantage of the offer. Once Red Dead Redemption 2 is pre-ordered, players simply need to log into GTA Online anytime this week to earn the bonus.

The bonus cash will be deposited into Maze Bank starting October 16 and no later than October 22. Make sure you log in before October 15 or you’ll miss out.

Red Dead Redemption 2 GTA$

Aside from the Red Dead Redemption 2 GTA$ bonus, players will be able to purchase the Karin Futo,m Bollokan Prairie and Imponte Ruiner. Available from Southern San Andreas Super Autos, they each have brand new liveries as does the Maibatsu Penumbra, Declasse Mamba and Invetero Coquette Classic.

While you’re logging in to claim you Red Dead Redemption 2 GTA$, you’ll also earn a bonus GTA$300,000 just for playing. You’ll also unlock the Green Wireframe Bodysuit.

You can also earn double from the Stone Hatchet and Double-Action Revolver challenges. Anyone who’s already completed the challenges will earn a bonus GTA$250,000 when they log in. If you’ve not yet finished the challenges, simply do so this week and earn GTA$250,000 for their completion and a bonus GTA$250,000 next week.

Throughout October, four Adversary Mode remixes are rewarding players with double GTA$ and RP;

  • Hunting Pack Remix
  • Trading Places Remix
  • Running Back Remix
  • Sumo Remix

Get your hands on that $GTA

Finally, Nightclub owners will earn double on their Nightclub Income during October.

There you have it, Red Dead Redemption 2 is just around the corner and for those who’ve pre-ordered, you can reap the benefits in GTA Online right now.


Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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