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Grand Theft Auto V pre-order hits Best Buy and GameStop with poster bonus

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Following Amazon's decision to take Grand Theft Auto V pre-orders early Thursday, both Best Buy and GameStop decided to do the same as well for the PS3 and Xbox 360 game. The two retailers are also throwing in a bonus to hang on your wall.

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While you can pre-order Grand Theft Auto V online at both Best Buy and GameStop, the two are also taking in-store pre-orders and giving out a poster of the game as well. Pre-orders for Grand Theft Auto V were supposed to be held until November 5 but obviously when one major retailer breaks that arbitrary date, more will follow.

Best Buy has the poster offer advertised on their website now but GameStop does not. However, we contacted a local GameStop store and were told that they are taking pre-orders now and have 100 posters to hand out with pre-orders. Each store also has 15 "Los Santos Photo Viewer" keychain fobs that displays a screenshot from the game.

We couldn't get the GameStop store representative to confirm what is on the poster as he tried to get us to come to the store to see for ourselves, but it is presumably consists of the artwork that has been leaked already.

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