What are all the levels and items in Pokémon Go?

If you're out wandering the streets of your city playing Pokémon Go, desperate in your search for 101 Magikarp so you can evolve them to Gyarados, it's best practice to have a few good items under your Trainer belt.

Each time you level up, you're awarded with a few items, and they get better and better as you work your way up to level 30. You can also unlock new items as you level up and buy them with PokéCoins or receive them as rewards.

Here are all the unlockable items in Pokémon Go, as well as the items you'll be rewarded with each time you level up to help you on your journey to become a Pokémon Master!

Pokémon Go items

Poké Balls: The tools of the trade (PUN INTENDED)! Poké Balls are what you use to catch Pokémon. If you're not catching Pokémon, you're not leveling up and you're not evolving the Pokémon you already have. Poké Balls can be found at PokéStops and bought in the Shop.

Great Balls: The next level in Poké Balls, Great Balls offer a higher catch rate, so if you're facing off with a rare or really strong Pokémon, put that Poké Ball down and whip out a Great Ball. That is, if you really want to catch of course. These become available to you once you hit level 12, after which you'll start recieving them alongside regular Poké Balls from Pokéstops.

Ultra Balls: Exactly like the name sounds, Ultra Balls provide an even higher catch rate than Great Balls. If you come across a Charizard, don't even think; toss an Ultra Ball. These can be bought in the Shop once unlocked or found at PokéStops after level 20.

Master Balls: Ah, the elusive Master Ball, A.K.A. the Mewtwo catcher. These were available in the Pokémon Go beta but haven't yet appeared in the live version. Only time will tell. At any rate, Master Balls are the be-all-end-all of Poké Balls. They don't just have a high catch rate; they have a guaranteed catch rate. If you happen to come across a legendary Pokémon at some point (if Niantic adds them to the game), don't hesitate; use a Master Ball.

Lure Module: A Lure Module lures Pokémon to a PokéStop for 30 minutes. A PokéStop with a Lure Module attached will appear in Map View as a shower of pink petals and all the Pokémon attracted to that Stop can be caught by anyone. You can buy Lure Modules in the Shop. You'll also be rewarded with a Lure Module at some levels.

Incense: An aromatic item that lures Pokémon to your location for 30 minutes. Incense can be bought in the Shop, found at PokéStops, and received as a reward when you level up. You even start the game with two of them. And, if you're traveling with teams, Incense seems to affect all nearby players, though the player who used the Incense is more likely to find rare or strong Pokémon.

Razz Berry: If you feed a Pokémon a Razz Berry, it'll become easier to catch.You can find Razz Berries at PokéStops starting at level 8 and you'll receive them as rewards for most levels after that.

Egg Incubator: Egg Incubators incubate eggs (who'da thunk?!) as you walk until they're ready to hatch. They can be bought in the Shop for one time use, but if you spend a bit more, you can buy infinite-use incubators.

Camera: Á la Pokémon Snap, you can take photos of Pokémon as you encounter them in the wild. This item is usually given to you when you start the game, so you don't need to purchase it from the Shop or hope for it when you level up.

Potion: Potions are used to heal your Pokémon's HP as you battle them at Gyms throughout your city. A basic Potion restores 20 HP. They can be found at PokéStops, bought in the Shop, and received as rewards for leveling up. You don't get them until level 5, since you can't battle at a Gym until level 5 anyway.

Super Potion: Super Potions are used to heal the HP of your Pokémon by 50 points. Super Potions can only be found at PokéStops after level 10 or received as rewards for leveling up.

Hyper Potion: The grandaddy of the Potions game (at least in Pokémon Go), is the Hyper Potion, which restores a Pokémon's HP by 200 points. Hyper Potions are rewarded to you at level 15 and can be found at PokéStops after that, though they're pretty hard to come by. Use them wisely!

Revive: A Revive can be used to wake a fainted Pokémon and it restores half of that Pokémon's HP. You'll only need a Revive when battling enemy Pokémon at Gyms, since training with friendly Pokémon won't result in fainting.

Max Revive: Max Revives will wake your fainted Pokémon and fully restore that Pokémon's HP.

Bag: Your bag is where you keep all of your non-Pokémon items, like Poké Balls and the like. Your bag can hold up to 350 items to start, and you can buy a Bag Upgrade from the shop, which increases your capacity by 50 items at a time.

Pokémon Eggs: Pokémon Eggs can be found at PokéStops and contain Pokémon that you hatch by walking around. Certain eggs will require more steps, so you'd better get moving.

Lucky Eggs: Lucky Eggs don't contain Pokémon but instead are a consumable item that can be bought in the Shop. They double your experience gain for 30 minutes, so use them effectively.

PokéCoins: PokéCoins are the in-game currency that allow you to buy things in the Shop. You can get coins by purchasing them from the Shop with real money, or by defending a gym with one of your Pokémon.

Rewards and item unlocks for Pokémon Go

Each time you level up in Pokémon Go, you will receive items as a reward. These can range from Potions to Hyper Potions to Ultra Balls. Here's what you get for being the very best!

  • Level 1: 1000 XP
    • No reward
    • No unlock
  • Level 2: 2000 XP
    • 15 Poké Balls
    • No unlock
  • Level 3: 3000 XP
    • 15 Poké Balls
    • No unlock
  • Level 4: 4000 XP
    • 15 Poké Balls
    • No unlock
  • Level 5: 5000 XP
    • 1 Incense, 10 Potions, 10 Revives
    • Gyms, Potions, Revives unlocked
  • Level 6: 6000 XP
    • 15 Poké Balls, 10 Potions, 10 Revives, 1 Egg Incubator
    • No unlock
  • Level 7: 7000 XP
    • 1 Incense, 10 Potions, 10 Revives, 15 Poké Balls
    • No unlock
  • Level 8: 8000 XP
    • 10 Potions, 15 Poké Balls, 5 Revives, 10 Razz Berries, 1 Lure Module
    • Razz Berries unlocked
  • Level 9: 9000 XP
    • 15 Poké Balls, 10 Potions, 3 Razz Berries, 5 Revives, 1 Lucky Egg
    • No unlock
  • Level 10: 10,000 XP
    • 15 Poké Balls, 10 Super Potions, 10 Razz Berries, 10 Revives, 1 Lucky Egg, 1 Incense, 1 Lure Module, 1 Egg Incubator
    • Super Potion unlocked
  • Level 11: 10,000 XP
    • 10 Super Potions, 15 Poké Balls, 3 Revives, 3 Razz Berries
    • No unlock
  • Level 12: 10,000 XP
    • 20 Great Balls, 3 Revives, 10 Super Potions, 3 Razz Berries
    • Great Balls unlocked
  • Level 13: 10,000 XP
    • 15 Great Balls, 10 Super Potions, 3 Revives, 3 Razz Berries
    • No unlock
  • Level 14: 15,000 XP
    • 15 Great Balls, 3 Revives, 10 Super Potions, 3 Razz Berries
    • No unlock
  • Level 15: 20,000 XP
    • 15 Great Balls, 20 Hyper Potions, 10 Razz Berries, 10 Revives, 1 Incense, 1 Egg Incubator, 1 Lure Module, 1 Lucky Egg
    • Hyper Potion unlocked
  • Level 16: 20,000 XP
    • 10 Hyper Potions, 10 Great Balls, 5 Revives, 5 Razz Berries
    • No unlock
  • Level 17: 20,000 XP
    • 10 Great Balls, 10 Hyper Potions, 5 Revives, 5 Razz Berries
    • No unlock
  • Level 18: 20,000 XP
    • 10 Great Balls, 10 Hyper Potions, 5 Revives, 5 Razz Berries
  • Level 19: 25,000 XP
    • 15 Great Balls, 10 Hyper Potions, 5 Revives, 5 Razz Berries
    • No unlock
  • Level 20: 25,000 XP
    • 20 Ultra Balls, 20 Hyper Potions, 20 Razz Berries, 20 Revives, 2 Incense, 2 Lure Modules, 2 Egg Incubators, 2 Lucky Eggs
    • Ultra Balls unlocked
  • Level 21: 50,000 XP
    • 10 Ultra Balls, 10 Hyper Potions, 10 Razz Berries, 10 Revives
    • No unlock
  • Level 22: 75,000 XP
    • 10 Ultra Balls, 10 Hyper Potions, 10 Razz Berries, 10 Revives
    • No unlock
  • Level 23: 100,000 XP
    • 10 Ultra Balls, 10 Hyper Potions, 10 Razz Berries, 10 Revives
    • No unlock
  • Level 24: 125,000 XP
    • 15 Ultra Balls, 10 Hyper Potions, 10 Razz Berries, 10 Revive
    • No unlock
  • Level 25: 150,000 XP
    • 20 Max Potions, 25 Ultra Balls, 15 Razz Berries, 15 Revives, 1 Lucky Egg, 1 Egg Incubator, 1 Lure Module, 1 Incense
    • Max Potion unlocked -Level 26
    • 15 Max Potions, 10 Ultra Balls, 10 Revives, 15 Razz Berries
    • No Unlock -Level 27
    • 15 Max Potions, 10 Ultra Balls, 10 Revives, 15 Razz Berries
    • No Unlock -Level 28
    • 15 Max Potions, 10 Ultra Balls, 10 Revives, 15 Razz Berries
    • No Unlock -Level 29
    • 15 Max Potions, 10 Ultra Balls, 10 Revives, 15 Razz Berries
    • No Unlock -Level 30
    • 20 Max Potions, 30 Ultra Balls, 20 Max Revives, 20 Razz Berries, 3 Incense, 3 Lucky Eggs, 3 Lure Modules, 3 Egg Incubators
    • Unlock Max Revive

That's all we know for now, but we'll update as time goes on!