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Pokemon Quest: Free PM Tickets - How to get more from quests, challenges and daily log-ins

How to get your hands on more of those time-saving tickets.

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Our Pokemon Quest free PM Tickets page contains details of how to get more of these items from quests, challenges and daily log-ins.

You won't get far into your adventures in Pokemon Quest before you realise that you're going to need to make use of a currency called PM Tickets to make speedier progress through all of the game's content. This special currency can be used to immediately complete a cooking pot task, for example, or to top up the energy meter which determines how much stuff you can get done in any given game sessions.

For that reason, we wanted to put together a guide to all the methods we're aware of for getting hold of free PM Tickets. We'll be updating this guide continuously over time as we explore more of the game, and we'd love to hear of any methods you're aware of that aren't currently included. Sign up, let us know what's missing in the comments and we'll add it in with a credit when we do the next update!

A quick note on the Quest and Challenge PM Ticket rewards (and, indeed, all rewards associated with these tasks). If you check the Quest section of the UI regularly, you'll eventually see an exclamation mark appear next to the Quest or Challenge tab. That means you've completed a task during play, and you have a reward to claim. Get in there and grab it.

With that out of the way, here are all of the methods we're aware of for getting free PM Tickets in Pokemon Quest. When you're done, head over to our core Pokemon Quest guide if you need some help with other areas of the game. You'll also find links to other helpful articles sprinkled throughout the rest of this page.

Daily log-ins

Even if you've reduced the time you spend playing Pokemon Quest, it's still worth firing it up once a day to collect your daily bundle of Free PM Tickets. This is the best way of building up a decent stash of PM Tickets over time.

Quests

Here are all of the quests in the game that reward you with free PM Tickets. As we get deeper into the game we'll expand on this list, but here's what you can start working on right now:

Rookie Chef

Description: Number of times you've cooked: 3

- Pokemon Quest Recipes: A cooking guide with ingredients and effects

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Base Camp Improvement

Description: Decorate

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

First Shopping Trip

Description: Shop at the Poke Mart

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Level-Up Training

Description: Do Level-Up Training

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

PM Tickets

Description: Number of times PM Tickets have been received from the shop: 2

Reward: 10 PM Tickets

Pokedex

Description: Species registered in your Pokedex: 10

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Get Power Stones

Description: Power Stones obtained: 10

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

- Pokemon Quest: Power Stones - how to get more and equip them

Move-Learning Training

Description: Do Move-Learning Training

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

More Pokemon Quest guides

Challenges

There are additional Challenges in Pokemon Quest that you can complete to get your hands on even more free PM Tickets. Here are the ones we're currently aware of - again, expect this section to be updated regularly over time.

Superior Strength

Description: Achieve a maximum ATK of 500

Reward: 10 PM Tickets

Tenacious Defense

Description: Achieve a maximum HP of 500

Reward: 10 PM Tickets

Member Bonus

Description: Receive PM Tickets from the Poke Mart 3 times

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Member Bonus

Description: Receive PM Tickets from the Poke Mart 3 times

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Tumblecube Island Chef

Description: Cook a dish 10 times

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

- Pokemon Quest Recipes: A cooking guide with ingredients and effects

Power Stone Collector

Description: Get 30 Power Stones

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

- Pokemon Quest: Power Stones - how to get more and equip them

Pokemon Professor

Description: Register 20 species in your Pokedex

Reward: 10 PM Tickets

Training Master

Description: Do Level-Up Training 5 times

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Training Master

Description: Do Level-Up Training 5 times

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Move Training Master

Description: Do Move-Learning Training 5 times

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Recipe Collector

Description: Collect 6 cooking recipes

Reward: 10 PM Tickets

- Pokemon Quest Recipes: A cooking guide with ingredients and effects

Team Strength

Description: Reach a team strength of 1,000

Reward: 10 PM Tickets

Thriving Camp

Description: Put 18 decorations at your base camp

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Scattershot Stone

Description: Attach a Scattershot Stone and use a move

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Broadburst Stone

Description: Attach a Broadburst Stone and use a move

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Whack-Whack Stone

Description: Attach a Whack-Whack Stone and use a move

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Wait Less Stone

Description: Attach a Wait Less Stone and use a move

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Stay Strong Stone

Description: Attach a Stay Strong Stone and use a move

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Sharing Stone

Description: Attach a Sharing Stone and use a move

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

1 Bingo Achieved

Description: Get a bingo

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

2 Bingos Achieved

Description: Get a double bingo

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

3 Bingos Achieved

Description: Get a triple bingo

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

Bronze Cooking

Description: Cook with a bronze cooking pot

Reward: 10 PM Tickets

Silver Cooking

Description: Cook with a silver cooking pot

Reward: 10 PM Tickets

Gold Cooking

Description: Cook with a gold cooking pot

Reward: 10 PM Tickets

Power Stone Recycler

Description: Recycle this many Power Stones: 1

Reward: 5 PM Tickets

That's the end of the first edition of our guide to getting free PM Tickets in Pokemon Quest. We'll be updating this article continuously as we learn more methods. Let us know in the comments if you think we've missed anything!

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