Free GTA 5 Online And Red Dead 2 Online Bonuses Now Available For A Limited Time

Claim your goodies on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.


Rockstar marked some huge sales milestones for both Grand Theft Auto 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2. To mark the occasion, it's giving away free items in the online modes for both games, but only for a limited time. [Update: You're running out of time for the first batch of freebies--make sure to log in now before the new ones become available.]

To claim your free items, you just have to login to the online modes and play during the promotional period. These are pretty significant giveaways in both cases, including the biggest bundle of in-game currency given out for a single event in GTA Online, and giving you a shortcut to one of the usually pricey roles in Red Dead Online.

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GTA Online and Red Dead Online Free Items Schedule

  • GTA Online
    • $1 million in-game currency -- January 30-February 5
    • Another $1 million in-game currency -- February 6-12
  • Red Dead Online:
    • Gunslinger's Cache (includes Schofield Revolver, a Reward for 1 Free Varmint Rifle and The Devastating Ammo Bundle) -- January 28-February 3
    • Bounty Hunter's Kit (includes Reward for a Free Bounty Hunter license, 25 Bolas, and 25 Tracking Arrows) -- February 4-10

Both giveaways are in celebration of Rockstar's announcement that GTA 5 is the best-selling game of the decade, and Red Dead Redemption 2 is the best-seller of the last four years. Both games have also benefited from a thriving online community, hitting high points in their player counts in recent months. Combined, the two games have sold 150 million units worldwide.

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