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GTA Online Update Features Vulcar Classic Car, Race Series, Complimentary Tees, Free Drinks at The Diamond Casino Bar, Lucky Wheel Prize and More

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This week’s GTA Online update sees a host of new clothing, prizes, vehicles, and more.

The new Vulcar Nebula Turbo Sports Classic hits Southern San Andreas Super Autos, with Double Rewards available in the latest Race Series, featuring the recently released tracks; Scenic Route, Rancho Rivalry or Grapeseed Circuit.

In addition, players can pick up complimentary Street Crimes Box Art and Invade and Persuade Invader tees, and free drinks are available at the Diamond’s Casino Bar and at players’ personal Penthouse Bar and Party Area.

Players aiming to upgrade their Penthouse will receive a 30% discount on the Bar and Party Area, as well as 50% off Members Party, all through August 28th along with this week’s latest Lucky Wheel prize, the Benefactor Schlagen GT.

Discounts this week include:

  • Penthouse Colors & Patterns – 30% off

  • Casino Shop Large Sculptures – 30% off

  • Bar and Party Area – 30% off

  • Members Party – 50% off


  • Aircraft Concierge Services – Free

  • Buckingham Swift – 40% off

  • Buckingham Swift Flying Bravo – 40% off

  • Buckingham Swift Deluxe – 40% off

  • Buckingham SuperVolito Carbon – 40% off

  • Buckingham SuperVolito – 40% off

  • Buckingham Volatus – 40% off

  • Maibatsu Frogger – 40% off

  • Mammoth Hydra – 40% off

  • Western Maverick – 40% off

  • Blimp – 40% off


  • Principe Deveste Eight – 30% off

  • Pegassi Tempesta – 40% off

  • Vapid Festival Bus – 40% off

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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.