Driving fast cars, acquiring arms and firepower and spending money on hookers are three of the staple activities found in Grand Theft Auto 5. However, in most cases indulging in them will leave you with a significantly lighter wallet.
As a result many players will be on the lookout for an easy way to grab a quick buck, and it doesn’t get much quicker, easier or buckier than this.
Using the simple method outline in the following paragraph you can gather about 20 thousand Dollars every 10-20 seconds, and repeat it as many times as you like until you can buy all of San Andreas. Twice.
Infinite Money Exploit
In order to use this exploit, you need to get to any one of the underwater money suitcases found in the game, we’ve provided a picture of the location of one which rewards the player a hefty $25k. Take a deep breath and go down to collect it.
Package Location #1
Package Location #2
As soon as you pick it up, “+$25,000” (Package #1) appears in green text underneath your total cash.
While this green text is there, switch over to another character. Switch back to your man under the sea and you’ll see the green text still there, but something is different! The total cash above it is higher than it was last time!
What happens is that GTA 5 adds the cash in the green text to your total, but after the switch, it reads the green text again, and adds the amount a second time. This is repeatable as many times as you wish for it to be while the green text is displayed.
When it fades away, look behind you to see that the money suitcase or ‘Hidden Package’ has reappeared. Pick it up and get to switching once more.
To use this exploit you need to be in the middle of an active mission, and have approximately $30k in the bank (you’re going to spend it, then get it back. So don’t worry!). Whilst in the middle of the mission, go to any Ammu-Nation and buy everything in it.
Every weapon, every grenade, and every upgrade and attachment.
Head outside the store, and use a grenade or rocket to kill yourself, thus ending the mission in failure and restarting it.
When you load back into the game, you will find that you’ve been given your money back, but if you go back to the Ammu-Nation you’ll realize you still have the weapons and upgrades that you bought!
You can even repeat this when new merchandise comes into the store.
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