Double LS Car Meet Rep & More Coming To GTA Online

GTA Online’s top petrolheads have a lot to get excited about this week with a number of bonuses and rewards coming to GTA Online including double LS Car Meet Rep for all race types including Sprints, Pursuits, and Street Race Series. Furthermore, players on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X, who have a cloned car by other meet members, will earn double the LS Car Meet Rep.

Double LS Car Meet Rep & More Coming To GTA Online

As is traditional with GTA Online updates, there’s a selection of other bonuses, incentives, and rewards. There’s double GTA$ and RP on Survival Series, Special Cargo & Bunker Sell Missions, and all Lamar Contact Missions. A new top prize, the Annis Savestra, has been added to the Lucky Wheel at the Casino, and the new Prize Ride for Top 3 finishes in the LS Car Meet Races is the The Grotti Itali GTO.

Rockstar also provided details on this week’s batch of discounts with High-End Apartments having a 30% price reduction, and Carbine’s & Assault Rifles selling at 50% cheaper. Lastly, a collection of vehicles up to 40% off.

  • Dinka Jester RR – 40% off
  • Vapid Dominator GTT – 30% off
  • Vulcar Warrener HKR – 30% off
  • Annis Remus – 30% off
  • Pfister Growler – 30% off
  • Declasse Impaler – 30% off

Lastly, players that connect their Rockstar Games Social Club account with Prime Gaming will receive GTA$100k for playing at any time during this week.

Source: Press Release
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