Double RDO$ in Red Dead Online This Week

Take advantage of Double RDO$ on select Crimes missions this week in Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online.

This opportunity extends to Stagecoach Stickup, A Lit Fuse, Wrongful Property, and Back Pay. An Offer for half off select Boots for completing either of any said Crimes will also be available. Players can also net themselves Double Ability Card XP on all Crimes and Opportunities.

Make sure to log in this week – all those that do can get themselves 100 Express Repeater, Rifle, and Revolver Ammo. Those ranked 100 and up can also get a free Treasure Map.

Players will still be able to unlock the last of its 25 Ranks of Rewards before the next installment of The Quick Draw Club comes on September 7. Note that a Reward for The Halloween Pass 2 for free will be earned by players who purchase all four installments of The Quick Draw Club.

Discount-wise, players will be able to claim the following offers:

  • 30% off all Work Horses
  • 50% off all Saddles
  • 40% off all Tents
  • 30% off all Single Bandoliers
  • 50% off all Beards and Accessories at the Barber
  • 30% off all Gloves, Chaps, and Half Chaps

Finally, those that connect to Prime Gaming by September 28 will receive a Reward for a free Vitalism Studies Pamphlet and an Offer for half off an Established or Distinguished Naturalist Role Item of their choosing.

Source: Press Release
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