Pokémon Go guide: PokéCoins and the shop

A PokéCoin with Pikachu next to the Pokémon Go logo

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If you want to update your Pokemon go Storage or bag you need PokéCoins. In our Pokemon Go In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get free PokéCoins in gyms and what packs to look for in the shop.

How to get free Pokecoins

The only way to get free Pokécoins is by occupying Gyms. Up to six Pokémon can be placed in a Gym if that’s for your team. The red gyms are owned by Team Valor, the yellow gyms are operated by Team Instinct, and the blue gyms are operated by Team Mystic. You can change the color and equipment of a gym by fighting and knocking out Pokémon. Several rounds of combat are required to achieve this.

You will have six Pokecoins an hour while your Pokemon is in a Gym, but you will only get the coins when your Pokemon is not in battle. You can only get it 50 Pokecoins per day, which limits the number of gifts you can receive. Even if you have multiple Pokémon in Gyms, you can only get 50 PokéCoins per day.

Buy Pokecoins

If you need more coins, you can always buy some with real money. Pricing varies a little by region, but in the US, pricing is as follows:

  • 100 PokéCoins: $0.99
  • 550 PokéCoins: $4.99
  • 1,200 PokéCoins: $9.99
  • 2,500 PokéCoins: $19.99
  • 5,200 PokéCoins: $39.99
  • 14,500 PokéCoins: $99.99

As you can see, the more PokéCoins you buy, the better the deal, but don’t be fooled into spending big bucks on the game. Spend responsibly!

What to buy in the Pokémon Go Store

If you plan to play Pokémon Go long-term, you’ll need memory upgrades and bag upgrades. These allow you to have more Pokémon or more items. Both upgrades cost 200 Pokécoins each.

lucky eggs They’re a good buy, especially if you’re trying to increase the speed at which you level up. A Lucky Egg costs 80 PokéCoins and a set of eight costs 500 PokéCoins.

You also have to buy Premium Raid Passes if you want to do more than one raid a day. While spinning a photo disc at a gym grants a free raid pass, those looking for a shiny Legendary or wanting to assemble an army of powerful Pokémon will likely need more.

We don’t recommend buying Poké Balls because you can get them for free very easily by spinning Poké Stops. Incubators are also a very optional item as you get a permanent incubator for free. So unless you need to hatch multiple eggs at once or quickly, you don’t need more.

Community Day Packages They usually offer great deals on many items at a reduced price, but it depends on what’s included in the package. Buying a bunch of Lucky Eggs in one pack usually pays off, but sometimes buying too many packs can lead to a deluge of Premium Raid Passes. (Yes, we speak from experience).

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