Online GTA Rings 2022 with double rewards, exclusive cosmetics and Mil-Spec patriotic mammoth

Join GTA Online for the next few days to get more free cosmetics.

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GTA Online is no stranger to offering free content and double rewards, and Rockstar is making sure their community ends the year in style. Today’s update brings bonus rewards for activities like Confidentiality Contracts and Special Merchandise Sales, but also sees the arrival of exclusive “party” cosmetics and Mammoth Patriot Mil vehicles. -Spec is extremely bulky.

If you’re looking to quickly fill your pockets or rank up your GTA Online profile, consider tackling one of the following missions, which are offering some form of GTA$ or RP bonus:

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  • Confidentiality contract: 50% Bonus for GTA$ and RP
  • Payphone visits: 50% Bonus for GTA$ and RP
  • Special Sales Duties: 2X GTA$ and RP
  • All VIP jobs and challenges: Double reward
  • Tiny racer: Double reward
  • Easter: 2X GTA$ and RP

Rockstar says that after you complete a few Confidentiality Contracts, Franklin will contact Payphone Hit who will grant you additional GTA $200K. And for Easter, you’ll get double rewards whether you’re on the winning or losing team.

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GTA Online is also making it easy to celebrate the New Year with festive Glow Blues and Party Glow Necklaces. Both are available for free to all players, and you’ll be able to find a host of other festive cosmetics available for purchase. You can even get a free “festive farewell surprise pack” while playing GTA Online this week, which includes:

  • Brown sea lion mask

  • Green festival t-shirt

  • Fireworks + 20 rockets

  • Snacks and full armor

  • 25 Sticky Bombs and Grenades

  • 10 Neighboring Mines

  • 10 Molotov

Most of the above GTA Online rewards will run until January 5, so make sure to log in and claim your free swag before we get too deep into 2022.

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