Eggs in Pokemon GO is a different way to get Pokemons. The bigger is the egg (bigger egg means more distance to cover for it to hatch), the bigger the chance is to earn a rare pokemon.
Where do I find Pokemon GO eggs?
Eggs are gotten randomly when you loot a Pokestop. Eggs can be of three types: 2km, 5km and 10km. The number is a distance you must cover for the Pokemon Egg to hatch. They look all the same, though.
What do I need to hatch Pokemon egg?
Apart from walking the distance required to hatch, you’ll need to place your egg in special ingame item called the incubator. One “eternal” incubator is given to you when you register the account, and additional incubators with 3-use limit can be gotten for pokecoins or as a reward for getting Trainer Levels. You can hatch a maximum of 9 eggs at once. Don’t forget that while you’re hatching an egg your speed shouldn’t exceed 15 km/h, so if you ride a bike or drive a car, it won’t count into hatching distance.
Eggs cannot be deleted or thrown away, so if you want to get more room for eggs, you have to hatch the eggs you got.
Now you know where to get the eggs and how to hatch them! We wish you luck with finding pokemon you want. If at any moment you would need help hatching eggs, we would be happy to help you!
- 2km eggs: 1 hour.
- 5km eggs: 2.5 hours.
- 10km eggs: 5 hours.
Warning! After switching devices it is possible that catching pokemons on your account will be restricted for up to 2 hours, but it will not affect the game after that.
- Pokemon GO account.
- Dont login into the account before the boost is complete. When boost is complete, out manager will instantly message you.
- When you get an order through please note your city and street.
- Your inventory must contain incubators. The number of uses of incubators should match quantity of eggs you want to hatch.