Those who were given copies of Pokémon Sword & Shield over Christmas still have plenty of time to claim some free items through the use of Mystery Gift codes.
There are still seven serial codes for Mystery Gifts that provide items for players, as they don’t expire until later in January. In order to claim these codes, players need to access the Mystery Gift menu in Pokémon Sword & Shield, then “Get Mystery Gift,” and “Get with Code/Password.”
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Codes that expire on January 15:
- K0UN1NMASC0T – gives a Level Ball, a Moon Ball, and a Fast Ball.
- 1YAHAYA – gives a Heavy Ball, a Lure Ball, and a Beast Ball.
- 0KUGAFUKA1B0RU – gives a Love Ball, a Friend Ball, and a Dream Ball.
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It’s also possible for players to claim a Gigantamax Meowth until January 15, which players should do even if they don’t wish to use it in battle, as the Meowth can make it far easier for players to make money with the help of its G-Max Gold Rush move.
Retro Pokémon fans once had to attend real-world events in order to acquire exclusive goodies, such as the elusive Mew for Pokémon Red & Blue. The introduction of Internet connectivity through the Nintendo DS in Pokémon Diamond & Pearl meant that fans could now download free stuff over the Internet, which is something that Game Freak has continued to do with the modern games, thanks to serial codes that are sent out through social media. The days of waiting out in the cold for a Celebi or Arceus are long behind us and fans can now claim their free Pokémon swag from the safety and warmth of their own homes.
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