Earn over GTA$1,000,000 for Playing GTA Online This Week

Earn over GTA$1,000,000 for Playing GTA Online This Week

If I had a million dollars, I'd smash up a nice car (I'd smash up a nice car).

Cash is falling from the sky in a steady drizzle on GTA Online this week. Log in across the next seven days to score a cool million dollars! That is, a million dollars of in-game currency. Hey, money is money. Rockstar is investing in you so you'll re-invest in GTA Online. That's how the economy works, I think.

To collect your cashola, simply log in every day from now through May 14. Your first visit nets you GTA$250,000, and you get GTA$150,000 for subsequent log-ins across the other six days. If you meet all of Rockstar's log-in requirements, you should walk away with GTA$1,000,000. Eaaasy money, Jason, eaaasy money.

Now, you won't get your money right away. This is a serious business transaction that has to go through all the proper channels. You can collect your dosh from your Maze Bank account between May 15 and May 21.

Other updates to GTA Online this week include a couple of new cars: The serpentine Overflod Tyrant (from Legendary Motorsport), and the Vapid Dominator GTX muscle car (at Southern San Andreas Super Autos). There's also a chance to earn double GTA$ and RP via certain missions (keep an eye on your iFruit for these opportunities), and rewards are doubled-up at the Rockstar Stunt Races. That includes the Special Vehicle Circuit, so here's your chance to strap on a jetpack for big cash rewards. Finally, you can prove to your parents you've made it.

Rockstar's open-world smash-O-rama is beyond huge, but we've got everything you need to navigate the mean streets successfully. Check out our tips, hints, and guides for GTA Online and GTA 5, including advice on how to build up tons of money and RP.

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Nadia Oxford

Staff Writer

Nadia has been writing about games for so long, only the wind and the rain (or the digital facsimiles thereof) remember her true name. She's written for Nerve, About.com, Gamepro, IGN, 1UP, PlayStation Official Magazine, and other sites and magazines that sling words about video games. She co-hosts the Axe of the Blood God podcast, where she mostly screams about Dragon Quest.

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