As well as being given a free subscription each month to their favorite streamer, Twitch Prime members can claim some bonus swag for their games.
The month of July sees GTA Online and Read Dead Online players being rewarded with additional content. However, if you’re not too sure of how to go about claiming your bonuses, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Compared to other games, players who would like to claim the bonus swag don’t have to jump through many hoops to get their hands on it. All you have to do is link your Rockstar Social Club account to your Twitch Prime activated account and claim the goods for Grand Theft Online and Red Dead online.
However, you will be required to have played at least 30 minutes of both games and have completed the respective tutorials before being handed those bonuses. If you’ve already met that criteria, then you should have no worries at all.
For their free swag, GTA Online players will score an extra $1,250,000 of in-game currency that can be spent on anything they so desire.
Yet, for anyone who is saving up for that luxurious Yacht or private plane and needs an extra helping of cash, they can claim up to 15% of bonus money if they decide to make a purchase on some in-game Shark Cards.
As for Red Dead Online players, you can get an extra $300 of in-game cash as well as a 15% kickback of those lucrative gold bars when you decide to make a purchase of that particular currency.
However, if you’re not hurting for in-game cash, you can also get your hands on the Superior Ammo Bundle which comes fully-loaded with 30 Dynamite Arrows, 60 Incendiary Buckshot Ammo, 30 Volatile Fire Bottles and 200 Express Ammo for your Pistol, Revolver, Repeater or Rifle.
There is currently no expiry date set for these bonuses but considering it's Twitch Prime, you have most likely got around a month before they are cycled out and new rewards are available.
It’s probably best that you make a move and claim the rewards now before everyone else gets a leg up with free cash.
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