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Where To Buy Great & Ultra Balls In Pokemon Sword & Shield

Where To Buy Great & Ultra Balls In Pokemon Sword & Shield
If you want to catch ’em all, you’re going to need better Poke Balls. This guide explains Where To Buy Great & Ultra Balls In Pokemon Sword & Shield as the traditional method of unlocking the balls remains the same, but it’s something new players may not be familiar with.

If you have already figured out where to buy Poke Balls, you’re halfway there. Each major town and city in Pokemon Sword & Shield has a Pokemon Center. This is where you can heal your Pokemon, send them on Poke Jobs and buy various items at the Poke Shop that each Pokemon Center has.

Where To Buy Great & Ultra Balls In Pokemon Sword & Shield

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Each Pokemon Center can have up to two different Pokemon Stores, they are the two guys on the right side as you enter. Sometimes they sell basic items, other times they sell TM’s and other useful tidbits. Great Balls and Ultra Balls can be bought in the exact same way as Poke Balls, from the NPC inside the Pokemon Center. If you have visited your local Pokemon Center and cannot buy Great Balls or Ultra Balls, there’s a solution.

Each time you get a new Gym Badge, return to the Pokemon Center and speak with the NPC there. They will tell you that you have unlocked new items after successfully getting a new gym badge. Simply progress past the first 4-5 gyms and you should unlock and be able to buy both Ultra and Great Balls.

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