Pokemon Go

If you have played Pokémon GO for a while now, then there is a good chance that you have heard of the mysterious 'Promo Codes' and wondered how to get your hands on them and what they provide. On this page we can confirm that they're really not so mysterious — they do exist!

Important note! — Previously, Android users could redeem Pokémon GO codes through the 'Promos' field in the in-game shop, though as of 13th February 2024, that option has been removed. HOWEVER! both Android and iOS users can log into their account via Niantic's Offer Redemption webpage and redeem codes online.

Current Pokémon GO Promo Codes

Note: If you're looking for 2022 Twitch Pokémon GO codes, check out our guide for all the Twitch stream codes being released as part of the Pokémon World Championship 2022:

Here are the promo codes we've found that can be redeemed in Pokémon GO (Android only — iOS users must head to Niantic's Offer Redemption webpage to redeem the codes):

There are currently no active Pokémon GO promo codes.

Expired Pokémon GO Promo Codes

Here are the promo codes we've found that can be redeemed in Pokémon GO (Android only):

Pokémon GO Promo Code What you got Expired
WRGUZRVKRR2M3 Worlds T-Shirt 22nd Aug 2022
L9Y6T82UW4EVSE9 Verizon Mask & Jacket (available to Verizon subscribers only) 31st Dec, 2021
DJTLEKBK2G5EK 20 Ultra Balls, 1 Star Piece, 10 Pinap Berries, 10 Stickers 13th Oct 2020
K8G9DFV4X7L3W 50 Poké Balls 28th May 2020
UWJ4PFY623R5X 5 Ultra Balls, 1 Lucky Egg, 5 Stickers ???
MQE4PFNYVRM6M 5 Great Balls, 5 Stickers, Lure Module ???
9FC4SN7K5DAJ6 5 Razz Berry, 5 Stickers, Star Piece ???
5PTHMZ3AZM5QC 10 Max Potions, 10 Ultra Balls, Sinnoh Stone ???
E9K4SY77F5623 10 Poké Balls ???
KUAXZBJUTP3B7 Samsung Cap and Samsung Shirt ???
FTT7V6NDZ6B8X 3 Potion, 3 Revive ???
LEQ8C2BQXJATZ 3 Pinap Berry ???

Pokémon GO Promo Code questions

What are Pokémon GO promo codes?

As you might expect, Pokémon GO promo codes are occasionally published by Niantic, the makers of the game, or their partners and enable players to input an alphanumeric code to receive various bonuses and Pokégoodies.

What do Pokémon GO promo codes offer?

Pokémon GO promo codes provide players with Poké Balls, Lure Modules, Eggs and other consumable items.

A few of the possible items a code might gift you...

Where can I find Pokémon GO promo codes?

Aside from specific events like the Pokémon World Championships, Niantic has been known to tempt trainers back to the game by emailing promo codes to lapsed players. It's also possible to find lists of codes posted on the internet - some of them single use, others locked after an unspecified number of uses — but ultimately hunting promo codes in this way is a rather long-winded and scattershot method of getting items (many of which are available free from PokéStops).

If you're dedicated though, and you don't mind some detective work, there are plenty of codes circulating on the world wide web to try. Just be careful about clicking on unsavoury links.

We'll keep an eye out for any big promotions Niantic lines up and post details here when we have them.

How do I redeem a Pokémon GO promo code?

You can visit Niantic's Offer Redemption webpage and redeem promo codes there. Simply follow the instructions below (from Niantic's FAQ):

To redeem an offer code on the web:
1. Visit this website.
2. Log in using the same credentials you use to access your Pokémon GO account.
3. Enter your offer code.
4. After successfully redeeming an offer code, a message will display the items added to your inventory.

As we mentioned at the very beginning of this guide, Android users used to be able to redeem codes via the Pokémon GO in-game shop, however this option was removed on 13th February 2024. Both Android and iOS users will now need to follow the above steps if you do come across a Pokémon GO promo code.


Why aren't Pokémon GO promo codes redeemable on Android devices anymore?

In the announcement that Android devices will no longer support in-game promo code redemption, Niantic explained its desire for the web store to "provide a one-stop shop for everyone". iOS devices have never allowed codes to be redeemed in-game, so it makes sense that the two methods would meld at some point.

Apple is notoriously antsy when it comes to redeeming things through apps. Amazon Kindle or Audible app users, for example, are unable to buy books through the apps themselves and are forced to purchase via a web browser. Apple takes 30% on all sales that go through its store which is likely the reason why promo code redemption moved entirely to the web store and never came to iOS devices.


An earlier Niantic game, Ingress, circumvented this by providing a web-based system to redeem codes through, and this solution eventually materialised for Pokémon GO.

We'll update this with more info involving Pokémon GO Promo Codes as and when it becomes available. Until then, good hunting!

This article is part of our Pokémon GO walkthrough and guide series. We have articles that take you through the basics, covering How To Catch Pokémon: Throwing Tips, Poké Balls, & Capture Rates, How To Redeem Pokémon GO Promo Codes, How To Check A Pokémon's IVs Using An IV Calculator, How Trading Works, How To Track Pokémon Using Maps And Trackers, What Star Pieces And Stardust Do And How To Get Them, How Player Vs. Player Trainer Battles Work, and How To Complete Field Research And Research Breakthroughs And All Rewards.

We cover regular weekly and monthly Pokémon GO events, such as Spotlight Hour Times And Bonus Hour Times, and Community Days. We also have charts, including a Type Chart With Effectiveness And Weakness For All Types, an Egg Chart Explaining 2km, 5km, 7km, & 10km Eggs, and a Buddy Chart Explaining How To Earn Candy.

Elsewhere we cover Friend Code And Sharing Them For Easy XP and Which Pokémon GO 'Auto Catch' Companion Device Is The Best, plus more advanced tactics and info such as All Fast Moves And Charge Moves, How To Get TMs, And How It All Works, Shiny Pokémon And How To Catch Them, Glacial Lures, Magnetic Lures, Mossy Lures in Pokémon GO (And Their Exclusive Evolutions), How To Get Lots Of Candy Fast, How Lucky Pokémon Work & How To Catch Them, How To Catch All 27 Regional Pokémon, the Best Attackers And Best Defenders, All Raid Bosses And Best Counters Listed By Tier, What EX Raids Are And How To Get EX Raid Passes, What A Super Incubators Does And How To Get One, and How Get Mega Energy.

Pocket Monster-wise, we have specific guides for How To Get Pangoro, Sylveon, Glaceon, Aromatisse, Slurpuff, Sirfetch’d, Galarian Cofagrigus And More, How To Get Sylveon, Leafeon, Glaceon, Umbreon, Espeon, Vaporeon, Jolteon And Flareon, How To Evolve Wurmple Into Silcoon Or Cascoon, How To Get Tyrogue, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan And Hitmontop, How To Use The Weather To Get Each Castform Form, How To Catch And Evolve Into Galarian Slowbro, How To Catch Smeargle, How To Find And Evolve Burmy, How To Catch Spinda, Where To Find Unown, How To Catch Ditto, and The Rarest Pokémon Including Wild, Shiny, Mythical And Regional Catches.

We also cover timed research and special events, including Mew's 'A Mythical Discovery', Jirachi's 'A Thousand-Year Slumber', Celebi's 'A Ripple In Time', and Regigigas' 'A Colossal Discovery'. Other (past) event guides include Twitch Codes List - Pokémon World Championship 2022, How To Battle A Challenger (World Championships 2022), How To Battle Fashion Challengers, 'A Spooky Message' Spiritomb Quest, Kanto Event FAQ, and the Summer Tour 2018 Chicago GO Fest And Dortmund And Yokosuka Safari Zones.

Finally, there's our WIP Pokémon GO Pokédex, which currently goes up to 400 Pokémon: #1-50 | #51-100 | #101-150 | #151-200 | #201-250 | #251-300 | #301-350 | #351-400.