Free Pokémon Bottle Cap At GameStop

Starting today at GameStops across the nation you can snag a code card that will give you a silver Bottle Cap that you can use in Pokémon Sun or Moon. This item will allow you to boost the individual strength of one of your Pokémon’s stats to the max in Hyper Training. Of course, your Pokémon’s level must already be at level 100 before you can participate in Hyper Training. You will have until March 5 to grab this code or until supplies run out.


Between February 13 and March 5, you can stop by a participating GameStop store to get a code for a silver Bottle Cap in your Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon game. Use the Bottle Cap in the Hyper Training feature to boost the individual strength of one of your Pokémon’s stats to the max. Once you use it, your Pokémon will be even better prepared for tough battles ahead. Don’t forget that Pokémon must be Lv. 100 before they can participate in Hyper Training!

To get this silver Bottle Cap, just stop by a GameStop store and request a code card. Then, enter the secret code in your Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon game to add the Bottle Cap to your inventory. Trade the Bottle Cap with Mr. Hyper in the shopping mall at Hau’oli City to use Hyper Training with your Pokémon of choice. Be sure to enter your code into your game by May 13, 2017.

Also, while you’re at GameStop, check out a Pokémon TCG Online promotion featuring three cool Pokémon. With any Pokémon TCG purchase of $11.95 or more, you’ll get a code that will unlock three Pokémon cards in your Pokémon TCG Online game: a hard-to-find Pangoro promo card, plus a Stufful card and a Bewear card from the new Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon expansion. You’ll also get new Sun & Moon card sleeves in your game.

The Bottle Cap code and the Pokémon TCG Online promo will both be available at GameStop through March 5, or while supplies last.

Also available at EB Games Canada.


[Source: Pokémon Site]


Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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