'GTA 5' Heists Cheat: See How Solo Money Glitch Earns $250,000 Every 3 Minutes [VIDEO]

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Can you really blame us for making a whole lot of fuss about the new missions, weapons, and vehicles in the latest "GTA 5" Heists DLC update? That said, we haven't forgotten about the other things either. Rockstar Games always applies new patches in their updates in order to stop players from exploiting "GTA 5" money glitches within the game. That said, a glitch or two always manages to fall through the cracks.

This time, "GTA 5" tipster and YouTuber TwoDynamic has discovered an oldie but goodie, an old solo money exploit that was once patched that is now working again after the "GTA 5" Heists update. According to his video, the "GTA" money exploit can allow players to earn up to $250,000 every 3 minutes. If only it were so easy in real life.

According to TwoDynamic, there are a couple of prerequisites that you must take care of before you can perform this money glitch. First, even though this is a solo money glitch, your character must be a part of a crew. Secondly, the GTA Online money glitch tutorial video also explains that you must have money to make money. The glitch will require a $250,000 investment in order to achieve a $500,000 return.

Finally, let's begin: when you're in a GTA Online session, bring up the 'start menu' and select 'Online.' Next, scroll down and select playlists and then scroll and select challenges in order to bring up a list of challenges available. At this point, scroll down the list of challenges and find a certain challenge that features a $250,000 cash bet. Obviously, the challenges are random and a selection with a $250,000 cash bet may not appear the very first time. Simply close and reopen the Challenge menu until you find the one you're looking for. 

In TwoDynamic's video, the selected challenge was a short road race that must be completed in a certain amount of time. Simply beat that time, which took TwoDynamic no more than 3 minutes, and earn double your wager instantly.

Some "GTA 5" gamers have likely seen this before. We're sharing this again to let you know that this exploit has returned despite a previous patch that made it impossible for gamers to perform this type of money glitch again.

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