GTA 5 price announced from BT Games

Local retailer BT Games announced price for GTA 5

September 13, 2013
GTA 5 SA news

After all the other South African retailers had locked in their final prices, BT Games was still to announce theirs, but the countrywide retailer has now revealed its price for GTA 5.

Grand Theft Auto  5 is priced at R689.00 from BT Games, which places it as a little pricier than Kalahari’s offer.

On 5 September, the GTA V standard edition RRP went up 2.7%, but certain retailers announced that anyone who pre-ordered prior to the price increase will pay their original price.

Check out the GTA V price roundup below:

Retailer Standard Edition Special Edition Collector’s Edition
Kalahari
R629.00 R999.90 -
BT Games R689.00 - -
Loot R689.00 - -
Takealot R699.00 - R1,699.00
Incredible Connection R699.99 - -
GamesX R749.00 - -
CNA R749.90 - -
Animeworx R760.00 R935.00 R1,740.00
Top CD R799.95 - -

Grand Theft Auto 5 will release on 17 September 2013, so if you’re prepared to commit to a pre-order (which should be safe considering Rockstar’s promises of quality), then there are a few options.

More GTA 5 news:

GTA 5 cost R2.6-billion to make

SA GTA 5 price increase: distributor, retailers respond

GTA 5: more gorgeous screenshots released

GTA 5 gameplay trailer unveiled

GTA 5 Collector’s Edition details, Online info released

Tags: grand theft auto 5, Grand theft auto V, gta 5, GTA V, headline, pre-order, preorder Megarom, Rockstar, rockstar games, SA gaming feature, SA gaming news, SA news

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