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Gran Turismo 5 Money: Tips for GT5 Credits

If you are not having much luck saving up your Gran Turismo 5 credits we have some tips for you, these should help you earn some money to afford some of the game’s fastest cars and expensive upgrade options.

According to two posts on PubArticles there are a lot of different ways to earn credits easily, they say that the best way to earn credits is via ad hoc racing, apparently each time you race consecutively in a lobby the score credits are multiplied, if you stick around to the 10th race and win you will get 500,000 credits.

Another great tip is to perhaps let the CPU to drive endurance races for you whilst your busy, even if you do not win you should still get some prize money for literally no effort whatsoever.

You can see all of PubArticle’s other tips and tricks to earn credits easily here and here, some of the tips aren’t great, but some will undoubtedly help you afford more impressive vehicles.

We have embedded a video at the end of this post showing you how you can earn 17,400 credits in under 3 minutes, to do this you must have reached level 12, then buy a 2006 Chevy Corvette Z06 (just shy of 100k), tune it to between 600 — 650 hp, drop its weight to stage 1, and buy some medium racing tires, it costs a bit, but once you have brought all of this you can easily earn 52,000 credits in 10 minutes and keep repeating this process.

You can see a very sneaky tip here, to cut a long story short GT5 gives you a bonus car on your birthday, this car is something that was manufactured on your year of birth, one gamer says that he set his year of birth to 2006 and received the 950,000 Nissan Xanavi Super GT.

I’m sure over the next few weeks more and more quick money making tips will be revealed, when we find out more we will keep you posted.

How do you earn credits quickly in GT5?

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Written by Jamie Pert

Jamie has a background in computer repairs and maintenance along with network administration, he now enjoys utilizing the benefits of new technologies and enjoys writing about anything that brings new technology to the world.

He began writing for Product Reviews in mid 2009 and has since expanded his knowledge across a wide-base of devices, he is looking to get more hands-on experience with new devices to gain a better understanding of the latest and greatest technologies.

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