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We’re still celebrating the year of Legendary Pokémon, and this month you can grab the Legendary Dragon-Psychic type Pokémon Latios and Latias. Unfortunately you’ll have to huff it down to the nearest Best Buy.
This month’s distribution is exclusive to Best Buy stores for the U.S. You’ll need to ask someone or find the stack of cards that include a scratch off code for the Legendary Pokémon. Once you have the code, follow the instructions below.
1. Open your Pokémon Sun, Pokémon Moon, Pokémon Ultra Sun, or Pokémon Ultra Moon game.
2. Select Mystery Gift on the main menu.
3. Select Receive Gift.
4. Select Get with Code/Password.
5. Enter the code.
6. The Pokémon arrives!
7. Speak to the delivery person in any Pokémon Center to receive your Legendary Pokémon.
8. Be sure to save your game!
Which Pokémon you get depends on your game version.
Pokémon Sun will get a level 60 Latias that knows the following moves: Mist Ball, Dragon Pusle, Psycho Shift, Wish. Ultra Sun will get a level 100 Latias with Mist Ball, Psychic, Draco Meteor, and Tailwind.
Pokémon Moon players will receive a level 60 Latios with Luster Purge, DRagon Pulse, Psycho Shift, and Dragon Breath. Ultra Moon’s level 100 version has Luster Purge, Psychic, Draco Meteor, and Tailwind.
Latios and Latias originally appeared in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. September’s Legendary Giveaway is available until September 29.
The Pokémon Company has been distributing high-powered Legendary Pokémon throughout the year, with most available directly from the internet, or from scratch cards at GameStop. Next month’s Legendary giveaways are the Pokémon Black and White cover Pokémon Reshiram and Zekrom.
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