RDR2 Get Rich Quick Book Scam | Best Ways to Make Money
- Learn what the RDR2 Get Rich Quick Book is, and if it’s worth the money
- Learn how to get a “refund” for the RDR2 Get Rich Quick Book
- Learn the best ways to make money in RDR2
Red Dead Redemption 2. Great game. Fun. Lots of details. Though nobody really denies the sheer beauty and scale of this wonderful game, there is one thing that people can’t exactly agree on: what’s the best way to make money? And what about the RDR2 Get Rich Quick Book? Does it work? Is it just a scam? Well, don’t worry, mysterious reader! Today, in this article, all of your questions will be put to rest. Ready? Let’s go!
What is the RDR2 Get Rich Quick Book, and does it Work?
Let’s jump right into it. Okay, here’s what you need to know about the mysterious “get rich quick” book. A chap named Timothy Donahue sells it in Saint Dennis. You’ll find him south of the barber shop, and he promises this wonderful book for $50. Sounds like a great deal, right? So, you buy it… and you waste 50 big ones. I hate to bust it to you, but the RDR2 Get Rich Quick Book is a scam. Even beyond the entertaining fact that this scam exists in the game at all, you might be understandably frustrated for losing your hard-earned money. Well, here’s the good news: you can get it back.
How? Return to Saint Dennis and find him again, and, uh, “talk” to him about your displeasure about the Get Rich Quick book. And, when you are done talking, catch him when he runs off and rough him up for your money back. But, be aware that this will get you in hot water with the cops if they notice.
What’s the Fastest way to earn money in RDR 2?
Red Dead Redemption 2 is a magnificent game, but it is not designed for those with a lack of patience. It. Takes. Forever. To. Do. Anything. And, unfortunately, that includes making money! As exciting as the idea might be to pull off something to get you crazy good money crazy fast, that just doesn’t really exist. That being said, there are lots of ways to make money, but none of them are terribly fast. I’ll go into them below.
- Story and Side Missions. The pros: they advance the game. The cons: none. These are almost always fun, especially the robbery ones. They are usually worth your time and effort, but if you want to skimp on one of the things you can rob, I’d steer clear of wagons. They aren’t the big payouts. The bigger payouts come from things like bank robberies, coach robberies, and home robberies.
- Bounty Hunting. Personally, my favorite way. There’s something just really exciting about pursuing bounties in RDR2, and though the payouts aren’t great, you don’t feel like you’re actually working for money because you will be invested in the chase.
- Hunt with the Proper Weapon. You can sell pelts, but if you are trying to get a pelt from a deer and you wander up and blast the poor thing to kingdom come with a shotgun, nobody is going to want that pelt. Pick the right weapon and try to do as little damage as possible to the pelt itself.
- Loot. Everything. If you’ve spent more than thirty minutes on RDR2, you know that there is a ridiculous amount of stuff to loot. Lootboxes? Sure! Chests? Sure! The corpses of the bad guys you kill? Sure! The corpses of the good guys you kill? Sure! Is it incredibly tedious? Sure! But you’ll make money, and you killed them anyway, so why not go for it?
- Oh, side note about looting. Most people understand the concept of looting the guy you just murdered in a shootout, but too many people forget their horses. They might get spooked, but if you can manage to track them down, their saddlebags might have enough goodies to make it worth your time. You’ll usually find cash and consumables in the saddlebags, which, for me, is usually worth it. Plus, it’s fun to try to calm the horse down. Remember this, o’ treasured reader! Calm the horse down first, or you’ll get kicked, and that’s no way to live.
- Pawn Stuff. So, you’ve just killed a bunch of villains and their wagon and horses are just sitting there. This is your time to shine. Sell them! They are yours now, kind of, and stolen horses will bring you about 10 bucks each. Not great, sure, but you have them sitting right there. It’s probably worth it. And bonus points, if you sell enough of them, you have enough money to waste and throw away on the RDR2 Get Rich Quick Book!
Red Dead Redemption 2 is not a game for the type of person who wants something, and wants it now. It’s a game for people who want to enjoy the journey and uncover the rich, beautiful world and all the random secrets that it has to offer. Like everything else in the game, you are going to have to spend some time making money. The good news is that RDR2 made all the ways very fun, to the point where it usually doesn’t feel like just a grind. So, to summarize: don’t buy the RDR2 Get Rich Quick Book. I mean, I guess you can if you want, but it’s not worth it. Use some of the other ways. Really, all of the ways are enjoyable, and although they can take a while, you won’t be bored chasing down a bounty or a runaway target.
Until next time, get out there and have some fun!