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Import/Export Week Happening This Week in GTA Online


Rockstar Games announced today that Import/Export Week has made its way to GTA Online, which will dole out a 25% GTA$ Bonus across all Import/Export Sell missions.

All Import/Export Sell missions will receive a 25% GTA$ Bonus. In addition, all Bodyguards and Associates will earn for themselves double the salary. Players can also take advantage of 25% off all Biker Business Supplies. Cheapskates are covered too – all Merryweather Security Services are available for free this week.

In addition, all those to dive into the Entourage and Trading Places (Remix) modes this week will be able to earn for themselves Double Rewards all this week. In the case of the latter, there will be guest appearances from both the Juggernaut and The Beast.

Those hoping to feel fashionable can get themselves the Fake Sessanta Nove T-Shirt by logging into GTA Online between now and May 22.

Those looking for something a bit bigger can get themselves 30% off all Special Cargo Warehouses. Vehicle Cargo Warehouses, and their respective upgrades.

Those aspiring to live the lifestyle of the rich and famous can get themselves 40% off the Luxor Deluxe and Swift Deluxe aircraft, along with all Yachts, their Renovations & Add-ons. Additionally, all this week Pegasus Lifestyle Management will vehicles from the Valkyrie helicopter to the Festival Bus – their entire offering of more 60 vehicles is on sale at 30% off.

Finally, mark your calendars for the following Premium Races:

  • May 16: Cutting Coroners (locked to Super)
  • May 17 – 20: Crossing Paths (locked to Sports Classic)
  • May 21 – 23: Business Trip (locked to Super)
Source: Press Release
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