Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Mystery Gift codes in April 2024

Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Mystery Gift codes in April 2024
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Written by 

Ben Williams

Last updated 

5th Apr 2024 14:20


Players jumping back into Pokemon Scarlet & Violet this April can use the latest Mystery Gift codes to redeem some handy items as well as several free Pokemon! 

Released regularly to celebrate franchise events and collaborations, or to simply offer a nice reward for Trainers, codes can be a quick and free way to get an edge in the game once you know how to redeem them.

UPDATE: Added a code to redeem an Iron Hands on April 5, 2024.

All active Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Mystery Gift codes

Code Reward Expiration Date
Iron Hands

April 8, 2024

Neo-Kitakami Case for your Rotom Phone



August 31, 2024


September 30, 2024

SWEET0RSP1CY A Spicy Herba Mystica or a Sweet Herba Mystica

September 30, 2024

TEAMSTAR  Revavroom

October 31, 2024

Terastal Cap item for your avatar to wear

November 30, 2024

Chest Form Gimmighoul with the Upbeat Mark

November 30, 2024

30 Quick Balls

February 28, 2025

Expert Belt

February 28, 2025

Y0AS0B1B1R1B1R1 Pawmot

February 28, 2025

Amongst the ten Mystery Gift codes you can claim right now, there are plenty of free items and Pokemon you can add to your Scarlet & Violet collection - including a Pawmot, Chest Form Gimmighoul, and a Pawmot. 

The most recent addition to the table above is a free Iron Hands that was used by Marco Silva in the 2024 Latin America International Championships in November 2023. You've only got a few days to claim this one!

I'd say the most interesting Mystery Gift right now is Sprigatito, the adorable Grass-type cat that's the perfect gift for any Trainer who didn't choose it as their starter.

If you've yet to play the Teal Mask or Indigo Disk DLC, having the 30 Quick Balls handy is great for expanding your Pokedex in The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero expansion.

What's more, there's a stylish Neo-Kitakami Case for your Rotom Phone, with its aesthetic featuring silhouettes of the land's Legendaries shown in the image below.

The Neo Kitakami Case in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet you can get with a Mystery Gift code
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Aside from the codes above, you can also claim a Mythical Pecha Berry by selecting the 'Get via Internet' option from the Mystery Gift menu.

This item is required for you to play the epilogue of The Hidden Treasure of Zero DLC, but you don't need a code to claim it. You will, however, need to purchase the DLC and complete both the Teal Mask and the Indigo Disk parts before you can play the epilogue.

How to redeem Mystery Gifts

Selecting the Poke Portal, to redeem Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Mystery Gift codes
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To redeem the above Gift codes in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you'll first need to have played around an hour and a half to reach a Pokemon Centre to unlock the Mystery Gift feature.

Once you've done that, simply follow these easy steps:

  • Once you're in-game, press the X button to bring up the main menu
  • Make sure you're connected to the internet by pressing the L button
  • Select 'Poké Portal', then 'Mystery Gift'
  • Press 'Get with Code/Password' and enter one of the above active codes
    • If no code is required, simply select the "Get via Internet" option
  • Wait whilst the game validates your code and searches for Mystery Gifts
  • If successful, your Mystery Gift should appear as an option to receive
  • Choose your gift and your redemption will be successful!

The Mythical Pecha Berry which you can get as a Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Mystery Gift
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Where to get more Mystery Gift codes

If it's more Mystery Gifts you're after in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you'll be glad to know that they are given out regularly via special events throughout the year.

Previously, codes have been shared during World Championship live streams or by visiting specific retailers for a limited time - for example, it was once possible to get a Mimikyu at GameStop.

We'll be updating this page as soon as new codes are released, so give it a bookmark and check back soon. If you're on X (formerly Twitter), it's also worth giving Serebii a follow as they post about new codes regularly.

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To get even more powerful Pokemon, check out the upcoming Tera Raid event schedule, all special evolutions in Scarlet & Violet, and how to get all starter Pokemon in The Indigo Disk.

Otherwise, visit our Pokemon Scarlet and Violet homepage for the latest news and guides.

Ben is a Senior Guides Writer at GGRecon. Alongside his BA (Hons) in Business Management is a wealth of gaming and entertainment writing experience, having previously occupied roles as a Copywriter in e-commerce at Overclockers and Guides & SEO Writer at GameByte and FragHero. When not whipping up guides and reviews, Ben’ll be off playing the latest Pokemon games, Overwatch 2, Spider-Man, The Witcher, and Final Fantasy - all before reading manga and listening to Ice Nine Kills.

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