Double Rewards On Casino Work And Missions In GTA Online This Week


We're all stuck at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the globe right now, giving us the perfect opportunity to grind up some cash in Grand Theft Auto Online. With so many players having so much newfound free time, it would have been great if Rockstar rolls out some more interesting bonuses, but we'll take what we can get.

This week, players can earn twice the usual amount of GTA$ and RP when playing matches of King of the Hill as well as when completing Casino Work missions and Casino Story Missions. These aren't exactly the most lucrative or popular activities out there, however there's some ultra-dense icing on the cake - Diamonds are back on the menu as far as Casino Heist loot goes.

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Players logging into GTA Online this week - and we're guessing there will be a lot of them - will unlock a pair of arcade themed t-shirts for their in-game character. Simply load into the game world to receive the black and white Street Crime Icons tees. Finally, a log-in reward a bit more interesting than a car logo!

If you feel like fortune is on your side, head on over to the Diamond Casino & Resort for a chance at a free Dewbauchee JB-700W. This perfect spy-car is the vehicle reward this week at the Lucky Wheel, and is essential for any James Bond roleplayer.

Since Diamonds are once again possible loot from the Diamond Casino Heist, now is as good a time as any to invest in an Arcade property if you haven't already - especially since these properties are 25% off all week, as are all of their extras and customization options. You can also pick up Casino Penthouses for 35% off, while their decorations are half price.

A number of vehicles are also discounted. These include the Buzzard at 40% off and the Truffade Nero and Progen Emerus at 35% off.

Aron Gerencser
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