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How to claim GTA Online Prime Rewards for September

It comes as exciting news to avid GTA fans that there has been a new batch of Twitch Prime Gaming rewards for September.

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GTA has been popular with fans worldwide for over a decade, however Rockstar games keep it fresh with constant updates each week filled with new missions to take on, apartments and cars.

The game is still played by millions of people, many loyal fans of the series over the years.

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One of the many discounts of linking your Rockstar Social Club account up to your Prime Gaming account is being eligible for massive discounts on different cars depending on the time of the year. There are a couple of cars that are down to the cheapest they have ever been so if your a fan its definitely worth checking it out.

You are also able to claim $1 million each month when you link up your accounts. Along with another huge reward from Rockstar Games, they have added another $200k for free that players are able to claim each week! Be aware though this offer is only up for grabs for a limited time only.

As a Prime Gaming member you get exclusive access to the Vespucci Canals Nightclub, which is available to claim this month.

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It’s easy to claim these benefits, all you need to do is make sure that your Prime Gaming Account anf your Rockstar Social Club account are linked correctly so you can immediately start claiming your rewards.

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