Pokemon Go Promo Codes: New July 2021 codes ahead of Go Fest launch
Pokemon fans looking for the latest freebies can check out the latest free promo code released by developers Niantic this week.
This latest bundle is available to order now and comes with some unique, if not terribly useful, items.
So that no one misses the opportunity, Pokemon Go Promo Codes can be used via the Niantic account site, or by inputting it directly via the app if you’re using Android.
The promo code and official Samsung description give the best rundown on what’s included, telling Trainers this week:
“The promo code KUAXZBJUTP3B7 gets you a lot of free swag that’s tied to Samsung’s Galaxy A series. This is a unique way for Samsung to promote its solid mid-range phones. You don’t necessarily need a Galaxy A device to use this code. It works on any Samsung device.
“All players who use the code will receive a unique t-shirt and cap with the Galaxy A branding. Samsung also provides Pokemon Go players in the United States an official Samsung Galaxy Tie-Dye shirt and Tie-Dye Hat. The in-game avatar can then be kitted out with this new swag.
“This Samsung Pokemon Go promo code can be redeemed in the game. Simply copy and paste KUAXZBJUTP3B7 in the relevant section to get the free stuff. Once you get it, it’s yours to keep forever.”
With that Promo Code picked up, you’ll have more options to change what your character looks like while working around the virtual world.
The new bonus has been dropped into Pokemon Go ahead of July’s next giant in-game event.
Pokemon Go Fest 2021 is scheduled to begin on July 17 and continue to be hosted on July 18, which means there’s only a few days left before everything kicks off.
Niantic has already confirmed that the price of tickets have been reduced to $5, making it much more accessible.
On Saturday, July 17, 2021, Pokemon Go Fest will run from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. local time, and all Trainers, regardless of tickets, will enjoy the following features:
- Hourly habitats are back This year will feature four themed habitat hours—Jungle, Desert Mountain, Ocean Beach, and Cave—rotating throughout the event. During each habitat hour, certain Pokémon will be appearing more frequently in the wild.
- The Jungle habitat will feature Pokémon such as Scyther, Aipom, Froakie, and more.
- The Desert Mountain habitat will feature Pokémon such as Skarmory, Shieldon, Hippopotas, and more.
- The Ocean Beach habitat will feature Pokémon such as Dratini, Swablu, Alomomola, and more.
- The Cave habitat will feature Pokémon such as Roggenrola, Galarian Stunfisk, Deino, and more.
- Raids on Saturday will feature Pokémon such as Hitmontop, Cranidos, and Deino—plus, Galarian Ponyta and Galarian Zigzagoon wearing special costumes will be appearing in raids.
- Pokémon related to music—such as Chimecho, Kricketot, Audino, and a special costumed Pikachu—will be appearing in the wild throughout the day.
- Get ready for Pokémon GO Fest with a free event shirt avatar item.
- Shiny Whismur, Chimecho, Audino, and Tympole will be making their Pokémon GO debut during the event. If you’re lucky, you may encounter one.
So what do you get with an event ticket? Niantic has confirmed that there will be Special Research that unlocks special rewards, with one of them expected to include a Mythical Pokemon encounter.
There will also be new music to experience, with the global challenge returning for this year’s event.
A lot of that stuff is being planned for Saturday, with Sunday offering these alternative rewards and bonuses:
- Earn an extra 10,000 XP in raid rewards when you complete a Raid Battle.
- Spin Gym Photo Discs to earn up to 10 Raid Passes. These can be used for in-person raids.
- Complete Timed Research to earn up to eight Remote Raid Passes. These can be used to join a raid from anywhere.
- Pick up a free event bundle containing three Remote Raid Passes! This will be available in the shop on Sunday, July 18, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. local time.
- All Pokémon attracted to Incense from Saturday will be attracted to Incense during event hours on Sunday.
More is expected to be revealed in the coming days ahead of the big Pokemon Go Fest launch for July 2021.
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