• One player earns $60 million per day by running deliveries and sales missions and upping their businesses in "GTA Online"
  • The player warns that this method is very tiring and boring
  • The Caya Perico heist is a good alternative to this grind method

There’s no shortage of ways to get cash in “Grand Theft Auto Online,” but a Reddit user recently shared one of the best ways to get ridiculous amounts of money without using cheats or breaking the game.

Reddit user u/mahanpourfakhr shared a montage showing how they get roughly $60 million in “GTA Online” in 24 real-life hours. It may not be the get-rich-quick scheme that some players are hoping for, but it’s definitely worth taking a look at considering how difficult it is to earn that much money via other means.

Players will have to play courier for the game’s many job contacts to get this much money in a day. In the video, the gamer completed many different delivery jobs that gave rewards of up to $1.5 million.

Expert drivers or pilots in “GTA” should have no problem completing delivery jobs, but everyone can do the same with enough dedication.

The player also did a number of Sale missions and did a bit of business-building that bumped up their income even more.

What they accomplished is proof that getting tons of money through normal means is completely doable, but the player emphasized that this method is time-consuming, and frankly, quite boring. They warned people that this method is tiring and can cause burnout.

Players who really want to try this method out are encouraged to wait for double money events that often pop up every now and then. It will make the grind much more worth it.

An alternative to grinding cash in “GTA Online” is to run Cayo Perico heists as they give substantial cash rewards upon completion. This will require more effort since it’s a heist, and it may lead to even quicker burnout. It’s a fun alternative, however, especially for those who prefer the game’s heists over the other jobs.

“GTA Online” is still going strong even after almost six years since its initial release. Rockstar has been updating the game with fixes and new DLC that add more content. Players never seem to run out of things to do in “GTA Online,” and the game is expected to keep going strong well until the release of “GTA 6” and its own dedicated multiplayer mode.

GTA Online: The Cayo Perico Heist
Anything goes on Cayo Perico, a private paradise that's home to the infamous El Rubio, the world’s preeminent narcotrafficker and supplier to the Madrazo family. Rockstar Games Official YouTube Channel