Pokemon Go: The Last 1 PokeCoin Bundle Is Now Available in the Shop

Tuesday, May 12th, 2020 7:51 am

It was good while it lasted.

For a few weeks now, Pokemon Go has been updated each week with a 1 PokeCoin bundle allowing trainers to purchase lots of helpful items (like PokeBalls) for a single PokeCoin.

In a news post, Niantic, the developer of Pokemon Go, revealed that the 1 PokeCoin Bundle feature will be discontinued following this week. That means the bundle that’s currently in the in-game Item Shop will be the last one (unless Niantic decides to bring the feature back at a later date).

This week’s bundle will be available until May 18 at 1 p.m. PT. It contains 20 Poke Balls, 10 Great Balls, five Ultra Balls, and a Remote Raid Pass.

The Remote Raid Pass is a relatively new item to Pokemon Go. It allows you to participate in Raids that you can see on the Nearby screen or tap on the in-game map without actually being near the Pokemon Gym in the real world. Remote Raid Passes are available to purchase in the shop for 100 PokeCoins each (around $1), so this bundle is definitely a bargain.

Even though we’ll no longer be able to purchase 1 PokeCoin bundles, in the same news post, Niantic shared some additional ways that it has changed the game to make collecting items easier, even without leaving the house:

  • “Buddies can now bring you Gifts from PokéStops! Send Gifts to friends, and receive Gifts in return that you can open to receive items like Poké Balls, Berries, and more.
  • Gifts are currently rewarding more Poké Balls.
  • You can get a daily bonus Field Research task without having to spin a PokéStop, which you can complete to earn items.
  • The distance from which you can spin a PokéStop has been temporarily doubled.”

We’ll make sure to let you know as more changes are made to the world of Pokemon Go, so keep checking back with us!

Are you disappointed this is the last 1 PokeCoin bundle we’ll see in Pokemon Go? Share your thoughts with us in the comments, or tweet us at @superparenthq.

Brandy Berthelson

Brandy Berthelson has been writing about video games and technology since 2006, with her work appearing on sites including AOL Games, Digital Spy, and Adweek. When she’s not gaming, Brandy enjoys crafting, baking, and traveling with her husband.

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