Poké Coupon

Poké Coupons (Japanese: ポケクーポン Pokécoupon) are a form of currency used in Orre and Pokétopia. In Orre, they are merely supplemental to the normal currency of Pokémon Dollars; however, in Pokétopia, they are the only way to get new clothing and Mystery Gift items.

In Pokémon Colosseum and Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness

In Pokémon Colosseum and Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, Poké Coupons are used only at Mt. Battle. These can be used to purchase several kinds of rare Berries (most of which can only be obtained this way in Generation III outside of various Event Pokémon), a number of held items, and some powerful TMs. Poké Coupons can also be spent to use the services of the Move Reminder or the Mew Move Tutor in XD.

After defeating an entire area of Mt. Battle, the player will earn a number of Poké Coupons, with the amount increasing as Trainers make their way up the mountain. In Pokémon Colosseum, Poké Coupons can also be earned by winning a Battle Mode tournament. These can be awarded either in Colosseum or a GBA game using the party team. In the Japanese Colosseum Bonus Disc, this is the only way to earn Poké Coupons in GBA games to receive rewards. In Pokémon Colosseum's Battle Mode and Pokémon XD's run of Mt. Battle, however, the number of Poké Coupons earned for each area is less if the player has any Legendary Pokémon in their party. Specifically, the player earns 13% less Poké Coupons per Legendary Pokémon in Colosseum's Battle Mode, while in XD, the player earns 15% less Poké Coupons per Legendary Pokémon.

In addition to this, Poké Coupons can also be gained in XD at Realgam Tower. This is done either by completing all 50 Battle CDs (for which the reward is 15,000 Poké Coupons) or by playing Battle Bingo.


In Pokémon Colosseum, when the player has obtained a certain number of Poké Coupons, the Poké Ball symbol in the P★DA will change colors, identical to a rank system. This is similar to the Trainer Card level mechanic from the main series games.

Rank Poké Coupons Obtained
Normal N/A
Bronze 2,500
Silver 5,000
Gold 30,000

Items for purchase

Below is a list of all of the items available for purchase at Mt. Battle. The items available and the number of Poké Coupons required can vary between the two games.

Item Price (C) Price (XD)
Battle items
  BrightPowder 10,000PC 8,000PC
  Choice Band 10,000PC 8,000PC
  Focus Band 10,000PC 8,000PC
  King's Rock 10,000PC 8,000PC
  Leftovers 10,000PC
  Mental Herb 8,000PC 6,000PC
  Quick Claw 10,000PC 8,000PC
  Scope Lens 10,000PC 8,000PC
  Shell Bell 8,000PC
  White Herb 8,000PC 6,000PC
  Apicot Berry 15,000PC 15,000PC
  Ganlon Berry 15,000PC 15,000PC
  Petaya Berry 15,000PC 15,000PC
  Salac Berry 15,000PC 15,000PC
  TM13 (Ice Beam) 4,000PC 4,000PC
  TM24 (Thunderbolt) 4,000PC 4,000PC
  TM29 (Psychic) 3,500PC 3,500PC
  TM30 (Shadow Ball) 4,500PC
  TM32 (Double Team) 1,500PC
  TM35 (Flamethrower) 4,000PC 4,000PC

Move Reminder and Mew Move Tutor

In Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, the player can spend 1,000 Poké Coupons to teach one of their Pokémon any move that its species is able to learn at an earlier level.

Also found in XD, the Move Tutor in the lobby can teach Mew moves for the cost of 5,000 Poké Coupons. This can only be done after beating the game, but it can be done multiple times. Unlike other Move Tutors, this one does not give the player a direct choice in what Mew learns. Instead, he asks a few questions and then offers a full set of moves for Mew.

This Move Tutor can teach Mew any move it can otherwise learn by TM, HM, or from any other Generation III Move Tutor, plus the moves below:

Move Type
Faint Attack  Dark 
Fake Out  Normal 
Hypnosis  Psychic 
Night Shade  Ghost 
Role Play  Psychic 
Zap Cannon  Electric 

In Pokémon Battle Revolution

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Reason: Details on how Poké Coupons are earned

In Pokétopia, they are won every time a Colosseum is cleared. The amount of Poké Coupons the player can win is proportional to the current difficulty rank of the Colosseum, which increases every time the player wins. Most clothing does not require much of them to purchase, however, all of the Mystery Gift items require a large amount of Poké Coupons to be saved up.


Main article: Pokémon Battle Revolution → Shop

The player can spend Poké Coupons to buy items that can be sent to the Generation IV core series Pokémon games.

In other languages

Language Title
  French Pokécoupon
  German PokéCoupon
  Italian Pokécoupon
  Spanish Pokévales