Twitch Prime Delivers Bonus Loot For GTA Online And Red Dead Online

Red Dead Online Plunder
Ah, the many perks of being an Amazon Prime member. One of those is free entry into the Twitch Prime tier, which itself comes with several benefits, including exclusive items and freebies. Related to that, Rockstar Games is partnering with Twitch Prime, and to get the party started, it is gifting members some sweet Red Dead Online and GTA Online goodies.

"We're excited to partner with Twitch Prime on a new program kicking off this month—giving Social Club members and Twitch Prime subscribers free in-game rewards, bonuses, and exclusive discounts for both GTA Online and Red Dead Online for several months to come," Rockstar Games said.

To cash in, you will need to link your Twitch Prime account to your Social Club account. Once you do that, you will have until July 19 to claim the following perks...
  • GTA$1,250,000 in GTA Online
  • RDO$300 in Red Dead Online
  • The Superior Ammo Bundle in Red Dead Online
That last perk consists of 30 Dynamite Arrows, 60 Incendiary Buckshot Ammo, 30 Volatile Fire Bottles, and 200 Express Amm for the Pistol, Revolver, Repeater, and Rifle.

Beyond those free goodies that are up for grabs, Rockstar will be serving up exclusive weekly discounts on premium items, plus an additional 10 percent (or higher) bonus discount on all weekly discounted items in both GTA Online and Red Dead Online. But, you have to sign up by July 19th to claim the first batch of bonuses.

"Rockstar Games Social Club x Twitch Prime Benefits members will also receive discounts and up to 15 percent bonus value on purchases of Shark Cash Cards in GTA Online or Gold Bars in Red Dead Online," Rockstar added.

This new collaboration comes just ahead of Amazon's upcoming Prime Day bonanza. In addition to deals on a wide assortment of items, Amazon is making an effort to promote its Twitch Prime perk for gamers. Part of that effort includes some exclusive Apex Legends loot that is coming to Twitch Prime members.

Amazon acquired Twitch in 2014 for $970 million. More recently, it started gifting games to Prime subscribers, through Twitch, each and every month.
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