Earn More In GTA Online With Import/Export Missions This Week


Rockstar is offering Grand Theft Auto Online players a number of ways to rack up some extra cash this week. Between six different ways to earn more, players can save up for all the enticing discounted items on offer as well. Unfortunately, the new content drought remains.

The spotlight this week shines on the entrepreneur. Industrious criminals who are apt at crunching numbers, as well as finger bones, can expect to make a pretty penny and have the luxury of choice while they're at it. Six different activities in the game pay out more GTA$ than usual, and almost all cater to the white collar gangster.

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Import/Export sell missions pay out 50% more cash through the 19th of November, which is when the event ends. Special Cargo crates also cost 50% less than usual, increasing your profit margin if you deliver them successfully. Joining these are four activities that reward players with double RP and GTA$: Special Vehicle Work, Special Vehicle Races, Client Jobs and Weaponized Vehicle Missions.

In keeping with the theme of the event, special and weaponized vehicles dominate the sales offerings. The Imponte Deluxo in all its secret agenty glory is 25% off, while the Mammoth Thruster, the Ocelot Stromberg, the Imponte Ruiner 2000, the Coil Rocket Voltic and the Nagasaki Blazer Aqua are all 40% off.

Additional, randomly selected items include a range of vehicles such as the Coil Cyclone, the Overflod Tyrant, the Pfister Comet SR and the Ocelot XA-21 for 30% off among others. Customization options including liveries and resprays, as well as upgrades like engine upgrades, wheel rims, turbo and bulletproof tyres are all 30% off.

Life isn't lived solely behind the wheel or control stick of a fancy vehicle. Sometimes you need to be on foot to get business done. Accommodating this aspect of GTA Online is the 35% discount on MK II weapon upgrades and customization, all ammo and body armor.

Aron Gerencser
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