Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee What to Do With Bottle Caps

Bottle Caps in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee are a consumable item that you can find in the game. Using the Pokemon Let’s Go Bottle Caps allows you to increase Pokemon stats above level 100. So, the important question here is: where to spend Bottle Caps in Pokemon Let’s Go, and how exactly to use them. Well, we hope our Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee What to Do With Bottle Caps guide will help answer those questions.

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What To Do With Bottle Caps In Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee & Pikachu
Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee What to Do With Bottle Caps

Where to Spend Bottle Caps in Pokemon Let’s Go?

To spend Bottle Caps in Pokemon Let’s Go, you’ll have to go to the Pokemon Daycare Center. This place is a small house on Route 5, leading south from Cerulean City. It’s the same place where you can pay to raise your Pokemon. Basically, it’s a small house near the road, with a pink roof, round windows, and a Pokeball symbol above the door. When you go inside, you’ll meet the owners, a friendly old lady and old man. Oh, and you might also run into a Ditto hanging around there somewhere, in case you’re still not sure if you’re in the right place.

Speaking with the old lady allows you to leave a Pokemon at the Daycare Center and let it level itself up there. If, on the other hand, you want to spend your Bottle Caps (which you get from the trainer Mina at the Vermilion City dock near the S.S. Anna), talk to the old man, aka the Hyper Trainer. For one Bottle Cap, he’ll train one of your Pokemon’s stats, even if said Pokemon is already on Level 100. For a Golden Bottle Cap, he’ll raise all of your already-superpowered Pokemon’s stats.

So, that’s basically how to use Bottle Caps in Pokemon Let’s Go. In case something else in the game is bothering you, go ahead and browse our other Pokemon Let’s Go guides, including How to Dismount Flying Pokemon and many other articles.

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