Win a trip to Hawaii to celebrate Alola Season in Pokémon GO!

Niantic has been working on different ways to link the content of Pokémon Go to their current Alola Season, taking inspiration from this region of the Alola games. Pokemon Ground y Luna. And now, the company has gone one step further by giving you a chance to win a trip to the part of the planet that the Alola region is based on: Hawaii.

From April 18 to 23, the drawing will take place for the trip to Hawaii to celebrate Alola Season, Stufful Community Day and Sustainability Week.

The draw will take place exclusively through Twitter, where you will have to follow the official account of Pokémon Go and retweet the main post about the giveaway.

The lucky person who wins the grand prize will receive an entire trip for two to Hawaii. Niantec has also included rewards in the giveaway just for signing up. This will be similar to Global Challenges where Niantec counts the number of retweets of contest posts and gives their players items as they reach certain specified amounts.

Below is the full list of prizes for the giveaway, which will end on April 23.

  • Grand Prize (one winner)
    • Trip to Hawaii for two (can be claimed up to one year from now)
    • Tropical Character Appearance Set
    • In honor of Sustainability Week, Niantic will also provide opportunities to work alongside sustainable organizations in Hawaii during their visit.
  • Runners-up prizes (100 winners)
    • Tropical Character Appearance Set
  • Retweet goals (reward for each participant)
    • Based on the number of retweets between participating Twitter accounts at the beginning of Community Day with Stufful, you will have the opportunity to claim a free box containing:
      • 10,000 retweets – 1 Bait Module
      • 20,000 retweets – 1 Lucky Egg
      • 30,000 retweets – 1 Raid Pass
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Sweepstakes entries will be pooled from valid Twitter accounts during the above period, and winners will be drawn at random.

This article was originally published in English by Cale Michael on April 18, 2022.

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