How do you lose your bounty in Red Dead Redemption 2? A price on your head means that you're a wanted man, and once you have one, you'll be periodically tracked down by bounty hunters looking to claim their reward. The higher the bounty, the more bounty hunters you'll have to face or avoid. You can find out all the ways you can get a bounty in Red Dead Redemption 2 through the link.

As such, having a bounty on your head can make exploration and other activities much riskier, and you'll be forced to keep an eye out for those who want to spill your blood. Fortunately, you can pay off your bounty if you have the money to do so, removing it entirely.

How to pay off your bounty in Red Dead Redemption 2

To pay off your bounty in Red Dead Redemption 2, you need to head to a post office. Post offices are shown as little envelope icons on the map, and can usually be found at train stations or in towns.

Once you've located a post office, head on in and talk to the clerk to pay off your bounty. Obviously, the higher your bounty is, the more you'll have to pay, so your freedom may not come cheap. The clerk may also comment on the size of your bounty, which can be quite comical.

It's worth noting that you won't be able to pay off your bounty if you're being attacked by bounty hunters. Running into the post office during combat doesn't guarantee you safety, and you won't be able to talk to the clerk. Lose your enemies or gun them down, then come back to the post office when things are quiet.

Oh, and you don't need to pay at a post office that's in the same region as your bounty. Any bounty can be paid off at any post office, regardless of region.