Coins Pikmin Bloom - How to Get Coins

Figuring out how to get Coins in Pikmin Bloom is going to be pretty important if you want to purchase anything from the in-game store. The problem, at least right now, is that the game drip-feeds you Coins at a snail’s pace. So, people want to know what the best and fastest way to make these Coins is. Well, in this guide, we’ll show you how to earn the Pikmin Coins. There aren’t many options, unfortunately, and things are actually a little glum, all things considered.

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Coins Pikmin Bloom – How to Get Coins

How to Get Coins in Pikmin Bloom

To get Coins in Pikmin Bloom, there are two things that you can do. At least, that’s the case at the time of writing. The first option is to just buy them with real-world money. They come in several bundles, ranging from a hundred coins for a buck fifty to twelve hundred coins for fifteen bucks. Obviously, I highly discourage you from ever using microtransactions, even in free-to-play games, but if that’s how you want to spend your money, be my guest. Just always keep tabs on how much you’ve spent, at least.

The second way to get these Coins is to plant flowers, aka walk around for a real long time. For one, not every step that you take plants a flower, which is annoying enough, but it gets worse. See, the flower-to-coin ration is not one-to-one. So, you’ll have to hoof it for quite a while before you can grind out any amount of Coins that you can use. However, when we’re talking how to get Coins in Pikmin Bloom, these are the only two ways at this time. There may be more in the future; after all, it’s a Niantic game. I’m sure they’ll put in events over time that will let you earn more Coins.

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