How to farm money in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Whether you are looking to sweep the auctions in Porto Marinada or you want to buy Bottle cap for super speed trainingpretty easy money Pokémon Scarlet and Violet (although it’s even easier to spend).

Below, we list our favorite methods of making money. There may be more methods, but these are the ones we’ve tried and liked. (We won’t list any methods based on exploits or bugs, as Game Freak developers may patch them in the future.)

Raise rare items in Tera Raids

Here’s the hard truth that no one wants to hear (because Tera Raid can be very hard): High level Tera Raid drops a lot of rare items, like Big Nuggets and Comet Shards, which you can sell with high prices. The comet piece costs $12,500 and the Big Nuggets sell for a whopping $20,000.

Lower level attacks will still drop items that you can sell, but at a much lower value.

Personally, I can’t stress enough how good Tera Raids are to both of them Candy EXP and to get rich quick, but if you can’t consistently beat five and six star raid, stick to four-star (or lower) raids. You can then use the rewards from four-star attacks to power up your Pokémon until they’re strong enough for five- and six-star attacks. It’s an annoying cycle, but it will be worth it in the end.

Notably, you can get a ton by selling Ability Capsules ($25,000 each) and Ability Patch ($125,000 each). While we recommend using these items to get specific abilities (including Hidden Abilities), if you have a surplus, you can sell them for quite a bit. Not at all Mint you don’t need can also be sold at a bargain price.

A sales menu showing the sale prices of feathers, mints, and abilities.  Ability Patches and Ability Boxes sell for much more than the rest.

Image: Game Freak/The Pokémon Company, Nintendo via Polygon

If you don’t want to run raids, there are several other methods below that work very well.

Use Amulet Coin and host an Academy Runner-up Tournament or Team Star rematches

Give your Pokémon the lead amulet coin Item is kept and taken down Academy Runner-up Tournament for around $120,000 per run.

This method obviously works best if you have a very strong team that can take down most opponents in the Academy Runner-up Tournament, ensuring you won’t have to worry about elimination matches or anything. something similar.

You can get the Amulet Coin from this Pokémon League representative outside medal after taking it down five coaches in the area:

A man in a suit asks if a coach has

Graphics: Julia Lee/Polygon | Image source: Game Freak/The Pokémon Company, Nintendo via Polygon

If you only need about $25,000 or more, you can take down one of these star captain at their base, but you can only fight each base once per day.

Repeat Team Star Challenges

Technically, this method awards Tournament Points (LPs), but since you can use LPs as currency in the shop (though not in the auction), it’s the same thing.

You can get a large amount of LP from ringing the bell at the entrance to Team Star’s base in the post-game and complete Team Star challenges again. The faster you complete the challenge, the more LP you get. We finished Mela’s base in less than three minutes and got about 7,000 LP.

This is not really a super effective method, as running and throwing your Pokémon around can get tedious and the return on your time investment is not great compared to other methods, but if you just need a few more LPs to complete into your next big ticket purchase, it can help in a pinch.

Hunt for glittering items in the Asado desert

Every day, you can scan the Asado Desert for items that sparkle on the ground. While, yes, you’ll find dozens of Gold Cacneas and Potions, you’ll also come across Star Shards ($6,000 each) and other loot that you can flip for a lot of money.

A trainer rides Koraidon around the desert, picking up Star Shards from the floor

Image: Game Freak/The Pokémon Company, Nintendo via Polygon

We recommend searching at night in the game. It would be much easier to see glittering items on the ground.

Note that even items like Icy Rocks, Smooth Rocks and the like sell for $2,000 each, so you can make a small fortune just selling the things you find. on the desert.

Raising and selling materials from the outbreak

Again, this method will give you LP, but it’s still worth doing if you have a lot of extra material.

Some Pokémon, like Dratini or Ditto, drop valuable items when captured or killed. Some materials can be sold for up to 150 LP each when you sell them back to the TM Machine at the Pokémon Center. Notably, Happy Dust sells for 150 LP each, so if you Raise Chansey to earn EXPthen you will have tons of materials (and LP).

A menu at TM Machine to sell Pokémon that drop LP

Image: Game Freak/The Pokémon Company, Nintendo via Polygon

While you can use these materials to create TMs, if you have tons of them from an outbreak you can also sell them for more LP.

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