The layout of the Coin Shop, which is previewing the Team Magma outfit on the player's avatar.
The in-game Coin Shop is the overlaying interface in-game used to manage and exchange Coins for the purchasable commodities on it. You can open up the Coin Shop via the emblematic purse that's interposed between the world-map icon and the Pokétime clock on the client; see the visual overview of the Coin Shop to the right for the purse emblem.
As the eponymous currency of the shop, Coins can be exchanged for a multitude of potentially otherwise-unobtainable purchasables on it; see the subsectional coverage below for a list of it and their respective prices.
Since Coins are designed as a gratitudinously rewardful payout for donations, they are reaped primarily through donations. You can donate for them by clicking on the "Get Coins" button on the Coin Shop interface. PayPal is currently the only direct transactional avenue accepted for donating to PRO.
The exchange rate is 100 Coins for every $5 (USD equivalence) donated. That exchange-rate increment is not scalable, meaning you can only donate for 100 Coins in a singular donation; however, since there is no known time-constraining limitation as to how many donations you can submit, you can make successively separate donations to obtain more Coins within a short time space.
Occasionally, Coin-rewarding giveaways can also be hosted by staff, thereby allowing them to be obtained extra-transactionally to a certain level of occasionality; stay attuned to the Announcements section on the forums and Twitter for announcements regardingly.
The only avenue for their tradability from other players is through Coin Capsules—tradable Coin-containers. They are purchasable on the Coin Shop for 100 Coins, and they will statically store the same amount, allowing them to be traded in increments of 100 Coins per trade transaction.
Difficulties receiving Coins
Firstly, ensure that you've relogged thereupon donating for them; this is required to effectuate them on your account.
If issues persist, you'll need to post on the Donations Issue section of the forums; an Administrator or Developer will attend to it when they are available. Remember to mention which server you donated on, as well as providing the transactional ID; this can be found under your payment details on your PayPal account's transactional history.
The Coins you receive will bind to whichever server you donated them from; therefore, if you donated for Coins on Gold, their outlay would be confined strictly to that server, and they could not be transferred to Silver. Donations and Coins are also not refundable; once those expenditures are made, that this their finality.
Coin Shop catalog
All of these are single-use items, meaning that they'll deplete upon one use.
||Loots one out of six different-colored Party Hats.
||Small Membership Medallion
||Activates membership for a 15-day-long duration.
||Activates membership for a 30-day-long duration.
||Big Membership Medallion
||Activates membership for a 60-day-long duration.
||Activates a 72-hour-long 25%-additive experience boost.
||Allows its consumptive user to recustomize their base-appearance outfit.
||Halloween Mystery Box
||Loots a randomized Halloween-themed consumable.
||Mystery Lunch Box
||Loots a randomized consumable.
||Enhances the chance of inheriting a hidden ability of the acquired Pokémon to 20% for a 3-day duration.
||Transactionalizes Coins, allowing any stowed away in it to be traded to other players.
- Main article: Pokémon Mounts
Mounts are vehicular items used to facilitate a player's mobility among applicable environments. They are discrete items from Pokémon and thus do not require their respective Pokémon to be usable.
They are subsumed into two categories: land- and water-oriented mounts, as shown below.
Every regular-counterpart Mount costs 50 Coins. Shiny Mounts, which all non-Legendary Pokémon have a counterpart of, cost 100 Coins.
Land Mounts are functionally identical to a Bicycle and thus enhance the player's mobility rate by 100% on land; they only differ in their overlay, which is considered more aesthetic for Mounts.
Surf Mounts are aestheticized substitutes for the default surf sprite and thus will appear when a player is surfing on water. They can be used to surf without having a Surf-wielding Pokémon on-hand; however, you will need the move's HM item and the region's requisite amount of badges before you can surf.
Jet skis can be used as substitutes for Surf-HM-slave fodder to travel asea. All Jet skis from the following colorway cost 100 Coins apiece.
Apparel and Accessories
- Main article: Clothing
All clothing items cost 25 Coins apiece standardly, except for the shiny-Snorlax outfit; that exception costs 30 Coins.
All headgear items cost 25 Coins apiece; the only exception are the shiny-Snorlax and shiny-Goomy hats, which costs 30 Coins apiece.
Many of these headgear items are popularly used for complementary accessorization or headwear to clothing items—the Deadpool Mask with the Deadpool Outfit, for example.
These are navigational agents that can be used as substitutes for out-of-battle moves as opposed to having to tout a move-wielding Pokémon. They are all infinite-use.
|| Prunes cuttable trees. It requires the Cut HM in your inventory to be usable.
|| Shatters Rock Smash-able rocks.