GTA 5 Online Weekly Discounts And Bonuses: Big Savings On The Mammoth Avenger, Facilities, And Much More

From now until April 1, you can save big on vehicles and buildings in Grand Theft Auto V Online, and gain triple XP in one mode.


The latest update for Grand Theft Auto V Online is available now until April 1, and as usual it's offering a range of big in-game discounts and extra XP. The headliner for this week's update is a huge 60% discount on the Mammoth Avenger air vehicle, which is stocked at Warstock Cache & Carry. This flying fortress has vertical take-off, turrets, and is very sturdy, so you can get up to some real mischief with it.

Other discounts have been applied across the game. You can currently save 50% on Facilities for your crew to hang out in, as well as the TM-02 Khanjali tank, the Mammoth Thruster jetpack, and the Dewbauchee Vagner vehicle. There are also currently 60% discounts on Facility modifications, the Avenger Weaponized Vehicle Workshop, and the Annis Elegy Retro Custom. Hopefully you've been saving your $GTA.

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Meanwhile, triple rewards are active on Motor Wars mode, which is like a battle royale with a car focus. If you manage to survive, you'll get triple $GTA and triple XP this week, so expect quite a few other players to be vying for victory.

Over at the Diamond Casino and Resort, the Ubermacht Zion Classic is up for grabs on the Lucky Wheel. As always, you'll have to be...well, lucky to nab this speedy new car. If you're a Twitch Prime member, you can also get a huge 80% discount on the Maze Bank West Office and Mission Row Nightclub properties, as well as claiming a free Pixel Pete's Arcade (which you can get a rebate for if you already bought it).

It's a good time for Grand Theft Auto Online, as for once going outside in-game is less dangerous than going outside in real life.

Rockstar's teams are currently working from home, but they have promised that this will not impact their online games.

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