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Pokemon Trading Card Game Online Codes List (Ultimate List)

Pokemon Trading Card Game Online Codes List (Ultimate List)

The Pokemon Trading Card Game Online (PTCGO) is a way for Pokemon fans to collect and trade Pokemon cards virtually instead of purchasing physical card packs from a box store.

In this article, we’ll provide you with the ultimate list of Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes to enter into your account to access free decks, cards, and avatar items. We’ll also show you how to get more free codes, where you can purchase them, and how to enter them into your account.

Alright, Pokemon trainers, get ready, get set….go catch ‘em all!

What Do You Do With Pokemon Trading Card Game Online Codes?

Online codes for the Pokemon Trading Card Game Online provide players with free cards, decks, booster packs, or Avatar items. These codes allow you to unlock these items by entering them into your Pokemon Trading Card Game Online account.

There are a number of ways to acquire these online gaming codes including purchasing them, receiving them from fellow players, or following popular players on social media sites who have regular giveaways.

List of Pokemon Trading Card Game Online Codes

We’ve provided you with a list of Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes and the items they unlock to add to your virtual collection. As a caveat, some of these codes provide you with items that are non-tradeable. Players, enter and enjoy!

  • To unlock a Rallying Cry Deck, you may enter the following individual codes only once per player:
    • PlasmaFreeze
    • PlasmaBlast
    • PlasmaStorm
    • BoundariesCrossed
    • LegendaryTreasures
    • Flashfire
    • FuriousFists
    • PhantomForces
    • PrimalClash
    • RoaringSkies
    • AncientOrigins
    • BWPlasmaBlast
    • PokemonXY
  • To unlock a Pokemon-EX hat for your avatar, you may enter the following individual codes only once per player:
    • DragonsExalted
    • DarkExplorers
    • NextDestinies
  • To unlock a Mewtwo T-shirt for your avatar, you may enter the following code only once per player:
    • Mewtwo2012
  • To unlock an XY95 Promo Pikachu, you may enter the following code only once per player:
    • 1PIKACHU4U

How Do You Get Free Pokemon Trading Card Game Codes Online?

There are a few different ways to collect free Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes – some don’t require much work, while others are only for the fast fingered because they work on a “first come, first served” principle.

The easiest way to get free Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes is by signing up for the monthly Pokemon newsletter on the pokemon.com website. Once logged into your account, go to the Marketing Preferences section and check the box which asks if you’d like to receive their monthly emails.

With each email comes a new code. Just scroll down to the bottom of the email to find it; look carefully because sometimes it can be hidden.

More ways to access free Pokemon Trading Card Game Online is by following Pokemon gamers on social media sites such as YouTube, Twitch, Reddit, and Twitter.

Booster pack opening videos (of physical card packs purchased at box stores) may display the included Pokemon Trading Card Game Online code if the player making the video does not play the trading card game online.

You have to be fast though – they usually only show the code briefly at the beginning of the video and other players (including pesky robot QR scanners) are also looking to score those precious codes.

Twitch streamers also give out Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes usually when new booster packs are released, so watch their streams to pick up the codes before someone else does!

Another popular place to pick up Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes is on Reddit using the subreddit Pokemon Trading Card Game Online. Players will drop codes on the feed if they are looking for followers or if they aren’t going to use the codes and just want to get rid of them.

The last popular place to score Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes is Twitter. Follow all the Pokemon trainers you can find and the stores that sell Pokemon cards and codes such as the Pokemon Trading Card Game Online store.

In order to attract followers, they will usually tweet out giveaways which include Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes and only require a retweet to enter into the contest.

Can You Buy Pokemon Trading Card Game Online Codes?

If you can’t be bothered with the jumping through hoops to obtain free Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes, you can always shell out the dough and purchase them. The  Pokemon Trading Card Game Online store sells codes for booster packs, decks, tins, promos – you name it, they probably sell a code for it.

There are other online stores that sell Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes such as the PoTown Store, Card Caverning Trading Cards, and other trading card stores. And there are always individuals putting code cards up for sale on Amazon and eBay.

You can also purchase physical booster packs and theme decks from brick and mortar stores that contain codes for the Pokemon Trading Card Game Online. Just look for the keywords “Contains 1 code card” on booster packs and “Play this deck online” for theme decks.

Below we’ve provided a list of cards that can be unlocked using the codes provided by specially marked theme decks from the XY series. The best part about these virtual prizes? You can trade them!

  • The EX boxes of the following Pokemon contain a Pokemon Trading Card Game Online code to unlock that Pokemon in the online game:
    • Charizard
    • Krookodile
    • Gallade
    • Rayquaza
    • Shiny Rayquaza
  • Pyroar Box contains codes for the Pokemon card Pyroar, the Supporter card Blacksmith, and the Item card Fiery Torch
  • Mega Latios Collection contains the code for the Pokemon Latios
  • The following Pokemon cards found in the Legends of Kalos tin contain codes for their virtual Pokemon counterparts:
    • Xerneas
    • Yveltal
  • The following Pokemon cards found in the Legends of Hoenn tin contain codes for their virtual Pokemon counterparts as well as six Energy cards of the indicated type:
    • Kyogre – Water
    • Groudon – Fighting
  • The following Pokemon cards found in the Hoenn Power tin contain codes for their virtual Pokemon counterparts as well as six Energy cards of the indicated type:
    • Sceptile – Grass
    • Blaziken – Fire
    • Swampert – Water
  • The following Pokemon cards found in the Powers Beyond tin contain codes for the their virtual Pokemon counterparts as well as six Energy cards of the indicated type:
    • Hoopa – Psychic
    • Latios – Water and Psychic (3 of each)
    • Rayquaza – Lightning and Fire (3 of each)

How Do You Enter Pokemon Online Codes?

There are two ways to enter your Pokemon online codes – in the game and via the pokemon.com website.

If you are redeeming your codes in the game, launch the game and go to Shopping Cart menu. Click on the item that reads “Redeem Codes.” You can physically type in the code into the input bar or use the QR scanner, if you have one, to read it.

If you are redeeming your codes via the pokemon.com website, log into your account, click the “Play” button at the top of the screen and then select the “Redeem Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes” section. A Code Redemption form will appear where your can input your information – don’t forget to check that little box telling them you’re not a robot (unless you are….).

Manually enter your code and click “Submit Code.” Repeat this step if you have multiple codes to enter. If the code or codes your entered are invalid, the “Claim Your Rewards” screen will tell you why your code didn’t work.

All valid codes will displayed on the “Claim Your Rewards” screen with a box next to it to check. Once you’ve checked all the boxes, click “Claim Now” and enjoy your prizes.

Most products will be sent to your collection automatically, but booster packs or theme decks may be sent to the “Packs” section of your account, in which case you will have to open it from there.

If you have any issues with the code redemption process, you can always submit an inquiry to the Pokemon support detailing the problem and they can help you solve it.

Final Thoughts

 All right, trainers! You are now armed with the knowledge you need to browse the web searching for those elusive Pokemon Trading Card Game Online codes to enhance your Pokemon gaming experience.

Whether you’re up for the challenge of scoring free codes by being the fastest fingers once a Pokemon trainer drops a code on their social media or you’re hitting up your local trading card store to see what codes you can unlock along with adding to your physical Pokemon card collection, get out there and collect as many as you can!

From the wimpiest Weedle to the most powerful Poipole, get out there and see how many Pokemon you can add to your Pokedex!

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