Grand Theft Auto Online Black Friday Deals Revealed

Massive discounts on hangars, bunkers and more.

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Earlier today, Rockstar Games announced several massive Black Friday discounts for essential purchasable items in GTA V’s online multiplayer mode Grand Theft Auto Online. The sale includes 50-75% off everything from Hangars to Executive Properties and ends on November 27th. Below is a quick overview of all the discounted items that you can spend your hard earned money on right now.

HANGARS

Fort Zancudo Hangar A2 – 60% off

Fort Zancudo Hangar 3499 – 55% off

Hangar Workshop – 50% off


BUNKERS

Grand Senora Oilfields Bunker – 50% off

Grand Senora Desert Bunker – 50% off

Smoke Tree Road Bunker – 50% off

Thomson Scrapyard Bunker – 50% off

Farmhouse Bunker – 50% off

BIKER BUSINESSES

Biker Business Meth Labs – 60% off

Biker Business Cocaine Lockups – 60% off

EXECUTIVE PROPERTIES

Maze Bank Tower Office – 50% off

Darnel Bros Cargo Warehouse – 50% off

Aquarius Yacht – 75% off

VEHICLES

Bombushka – 50% off (Buy It Now & Trade Price)

Pyro – 50% off (Buy It Now & Trade Price)

Ramp Buggy – 50% off (Buy It Now & Trade Price)

Ruiner 2000 – 50% off (Buy It Now & Trade Price)

Rocket Voltic – 50% off (Buy It Now & Trade Price)

Luxor Deluxe – 75% off

Mobile Operations Center Cabs – 50% off

If for any reason you still haven’t bought Grand Theft Auto V, then you’ll be happy to know that the game is currently on sale on both PSN and Xbox Live for $29.99 and at several retailers including Best Buy for $24.99. These sales are also Black Friday themed and will most likely end early next week. Rockstar has had a ton of success with GTA online and it will be very interesting to see how they implement this feature into Red Dead Redemption 2’s upcoming online multiplayer mode.

GTA V is out now for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Are any of you planning on taking advantage of this sale or are you done with Grand Theft Auto Online and waiting for Red Dead Redemption 2? Please feel free to let us know in the comments section below.

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