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Red Dead Online Getting Wealth of Discounts and Bonuses This Week


Rockstar Games announced today that all those that play Red Dead Online this week will be able to net themselves a wealth of discounts and bonuses.

Starting today, players that complete any A Land of Opportunities mission can net themselves an additional 30% RDO$ and XP through August 19.

Those scouting out the Wheeler, Rawson and Co. Catalogue will be able to find themselves four limited-time offerings in the form of the Owanjila Hat, Concho Pants, Charro Jacket, and Clymene Coat. As an added bonus, all vests that typically require Rank 31 and above have been temporarily made available to those at Rank 30. In addition, Vests that usually require Rank 11-29 have been reduced to Rank 10.

Those that pay a visit to the Gunsmith can get themselves 25% off the Double-Action Revolver and Springfield Rifle. Local Fences will also offer 50% off the Hatchet and Cleaver through August 19. During this same period, all Ability Card Upgrades can be yours for 25% less than the usual rate.

For a limited time, Twitch Prime members that had linked their accounts to their Rockstar Games Social Club profile by August 2 can still pick up the high-powered Carcano Rifle, the Tasman (male only) and Danube (female only) outfits, and the “How Dare You” emote, all on the house and without Rank restrictions.

In addition, all Twitch Prime members who signed up by August 2 play can nab themselves an addition 10% discount on top of the previously listed discounts.

Source: Press Release
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