Where can I get different items?

You can get Poké Balls, eggs, potions, super potions, revives, Razz Berries, Great Balls, Ultra Balls, and Master Balls (powerful types of Poké Balls) from PokéStops. You will get some incense, lucky eggs, lure modules, and egg incubators as you level up, but these “premium” items can also be purchased in the shop. Here’s a quick rundown of what these items do:

  • Poké Ball: Used for catching Pokémon. Just toss these at Pokémon you meet in the wild.
  • Egg: These contain Pokémon. You will need to put an egg in an incubator and walk a certain distance (each egg will tell you how long you’ll need to walk) for it to hatch. You will also receive Stardust and Candies upon hatching.
  • Potion: Restore 20 Hit Points (HP) to Pokémon injured in gym battles. Will only work if Pokémon have not fainted.
  • Super Potion: Restore 50HP to Pokémon injured in gym battles. Will only work if Pokémon have not fainted.
  • Revive: Revives a fainted Pokémon and restores half of its HP.
  • Great Ball: Unlocks at level 12. Used for catching Pokémon. These special balls have a higher rate of capture, so you should use them on hard-to-get Pokémon.
  • Ultra Ball: Unlocks at level 20. Used for catching Pokémon. Has a higher rate of capture than a Great Ball.
  • Master Ball: Unlocks at a higher (currently unknown) level. Captures Pokémon every time.
  • Incense: Attracts Pokémon to your location for 30 minutes. Works best if you are moving.
  • Lucky Egg: Doubles your XP for 30 minutes. To rack up XP quickly, use a Lucky Egg in an area where you are likely to meet a lot of Pokémon (near a lure module or while using incense), or right before you are about to evolve several Pokémon (evolving nets you 500XP).
  • Lure Module: Can be pinned to a PokéStop to attract Pokémon to that location for 30 minutes. Works for everyone near the PokéStop.
  • Incubators: Can be used to incubate and hatch eggs. You can use multiple incubators at once to incubate and hatch multiple eggs.
lure module

How do I get items from a PokéStop?

To get items from a PokéStop, walk up to the PokéStop and tap on it. You will see an image in a circle appear—spin this image disc and items will fly out. You can tap the items individually to pick them up, or you can press the X button to exit the PokéStop and collect all items at once.

How often do PokéStops refresh?

PokéStops refresh (and will give you more items) every five minutes.

What’s that pink stuff around a PokéStop?If you see a PokéStop that’s shooting off pink petals, someone has placed a lure module there. empty module slotLure modules attract Pokémon for 30 minutes, and everyone who is near the PokéStop will benefit (unlike incense, which only attracts Pokémon to one person). If you head over to a lure module, you’re likely to find a bunch of other friendly Pokémon Go players hanging about.

To place a lure module on a PokéStop, tap the PokéStop and tap the white bar underneath the PokéStop’s name. If you have a lure module in your inventory, you can place this module in the module slot.

Beware of following lure modules to shady parts of town in the middle of the night, though—there may be armed robbers waiting for you.

Why are there no Pokémon/PokéStops/Gyms near me?

Pokémon Go is, unfortunately, a little biased toward cities, because it relies on landmarks and points of interest. If you live in a small town, or out in the country, you may not see a lot of Pokémon, PokéStops, or Gyms near you. However, Niantic now has a support page where you can request new PokéStops and Gyms be added to the database (you can only request businesses, not residential addresses, be added).

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