Pokemon GO Verizon Code, Claim Free Rewards

If you don’t know how to claim free rewards with your Pokemon GO Verizon code, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. In this guide, we’ll take you through the whole process, step by step. It’s really not complicated, but there are a few caveats that you do need to be aware of. So, with the introductions out of the way, let’s dive in.

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Pokemon GO Verizon Code, Claim Free Rewards

Verizon Code for Pokemon GO, How to Get Free Rewards

To get the free rewards with your Pokemon GO Verizon code, you first have to get one, of course. You should know that only Trainers from the United States who are “eligible Verizon customers” need apply. If you fall under this category, here’s what you need to do. Open your My Verizon app and head to the Verizon Up section. From there, simply select the Pokemon GO Partner Research offer to receive your code. Once that’s done, head to the Offer Redemption page and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process. You can redeem the code starting on September 1st, 2022 at 9 AM local time. The special Research Tasks it unlocks will be available from the point of redemption until November 30th 2022 at 9 PM local time.

So, yeah, that’s basically all you need to do to claim the free rewards using the Pokemon GO Verizon code. I mean, you still have to complete the Research Tasks to unlock the rewards, of course. That, however, is a matter for another guide. By the way, the rewards inlcude “XP, Stardust, 100 Gengar Mega Energy, an Incubator, a Poffin, a Lucky Egg, and more,” plus “a chance to encounter Gengar, Clamperl, Pawniard, and Espurr.” One more thing that we do have to mention is that you can only use one code “once per line and for one account only.” I’m not entirely sure what “one code once per line” means, but it’s still something to keep in mind.

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