Eon Ticket

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Eon Ticket
Infinite Ticket
Eon Ticket
Eon Ticket
Artwork from Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Introduced in Generation III
Generation III Bag Key items pocket icon.png Key items
Generation VI Bag Key items pocket icon.png Key items
Generation VII Bag Key items pocket icon.png Key items

The Eon Ticket (Japanese: むげんのチケット Infinite Ticket) is an event Key Item in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Omega Ruby, and Alpha Sapphire. It cannot be obtained normally in-game; instead, it must be downloaded at a promotional event or using the Eon Ticket e-Card.

In the core series games


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Generation III

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, after the player receives the Eon Ticket from Norman and has entered the Hall of Fame, the first time they attempts to board the S.S. Tidal from the Lilycove City Harbor, a Sailor will replace the usual guide and offer to take the player to Southern Island.

The Eon Pokémon that did not roam Hoenn will appear on Southern Island: Latias in Pokémon Ruby, Latios in Pokémon Sapphire, and depending on the player's choice in Pokémon Emerald. The player battles the Legendary Pokémon in a standard stationary encounter; it does not appear as a roaming Pokémon and will not attempt to flee.

In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, the player cannot return to Southern Island after battling this Pokémon, regardless of the outcome of the battle. In Pokémon Emerald, the player can freely return to the island regardless of the battle's outcome.

Generation VI

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, after the player receives the Eon Ticket from the deliveryperson in a Pokémon Center, they are prompted to talk to Norman. If the player talks to Norman in the Petalburg Gym after obtaining the Mega Bracelet and Eon Ticket, he will escort the player to the Slateport Harbor, where a Sailor replaces the usual guide and takes the player to Southern Island.

At the back of the island's forest is LatiasOR/LatiosAS, who will battle the player if interacted with. This Pokémon is not holding its Mega Stone, unlike the Eon Pokémon encountered on the first visit. After catching it, the player will immediately find a Soul Dew on the ground and put it in their Bag; if the battle ends with the Pokémon not being caught, it will remain staring at the player.


Games Description
RSE The ticket for a ferry to a distant southern island.
FRLG The ticket required for sailing on a ferry to a distant southern island. It features a drawing of an island.
The ticket required for sailing on a ferry to the Southern Island. Does Norman, the Petalburg Gym Leader, know a secret?!


Eon Ticket e Card

Generation III

Distribution methods varied worldwide. In North America, the Eon Ticket could be transferred to the games through Mystery Events using an e-Reader and the Eon Ticket e-Card. In Europe, it was possible to get the Eon Ticket at promotional events, but it could also be downloaded through Mystery Events from special Nintendo cartridges via Game Link Cable.

A player that received their Eon Ticket from either the e-Card or a promotional event is able to share a limited amount of Eon Tickets with other players via record mixing. However, Eon Tickets received via record mixing cannot be shared further. Record mixing is the only way to obtain the Eon Ticket in Emerald.

A physical copy of the ticket was available through Nintendo Power magazine, volume 173.

Eon Ticket e-Card

The Eon Ticket e-Card is a promotional Pokémon e Card which was available at E3 2003, in the September 2003 issue of Nintendo Power and for a limited time at Toys "R" Us stores. This card transfers the Eon Ticket via Mystery Events to the Key Items pocket of a US Version of Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire. The Eon Ticket allows players to travel to Southern Island, which is barren, except for the opportunity to catch either Latios or Latias, the one opposite of the player's version except in Pokémon Emerald, where the roaming Pokémon is chosen by the player and the one not chosen will be at Southern Island. Since the non-Japanese versions of Pokémon Emerald had removed the Mystery Events feature that was present in Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire, the Eon Ticket can only be obtained in Emerald by mixing records with a Ruby or Sapphire game that already has the ticket. However, if the ticket on the Ruby and Sapphire game was obtained itself by record mixing, that particular game can not send the ticket via mixing, or for that matter, at all. The wild Pokémon will always be holding Soul Dew when it is caught. This is the only place that Soul Dew can be legally obtained in Generation III. Once the island is left, it cannot be returned to even with the ticket still in hand, though only in Ruby and Sapphire; in Emerald, the island remains accessible.

Electronic Game Show Giveaway

In Mexico, the Eon Ticket was given away during the Electronic Game Show 2003, a videogame conference that took place at the World Trade Center of Mexico City from October 23 to 26. The distribution event was a joint collaboration between Club Nintendo Mexico and Nintendo of America. To get the item, players had to go to the Nintendo booth at the expo with their Game Boy Advance (any model) and a cartridge of Pokémon Ruby or Sapphire; once there, a Nintendo employee used a Game Boy Advance, an e-Reader, a Game Link Cable and an Eon Ticket e-Card to transfer the item to the player's cartridge. Aside from the Pokémon Event, the expo was famous for a variety of reasons: Club Nintendo gave away a special issue of their magazine, players could play Mario Kart Double Dash and Mario Party 5 before they were released and Charles Martinet, the voice actor of Mario, gave his autograph to the visitors.[1][2]

Eon Ticket Tour

The Eon Ticket was distributed in various locations of Spain on December 2003. To get the item, players had to go to a specific location from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM with their Game Boy Advance (any model) and their Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire cartridge. A Nintendo employee transfered the item with an e-Reader and an Eon Ticket e-Card.[3]

Eon Ticket Tour locations

Municipality Location Date
Avilés CBX Parque Astur December 3
Valencia Gran Turia/Kinepolis December 20
Alicante CBX Vistahermosa December 21
Málaga Rosaleda December 22
Seville Nervión Plaza December 23
Vigo CBX Plaza de España December 26
Santander Cinesa Bahia December 27
Madrid CBX Alcalá Norte December 28
Zaragoza Warner Gran Casa December 29
Barcelona Warner La Maquinista December 30

Generation VI

The Eon Ticket was revealed to return in the remakes Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. A serial code to download the ticket was included in the December 2014 issue of CoroCoro. In the United States, Play! Pokémon League Leaders were given codes to distribute to participants at nearly a thousand Pokémon League locations. New York City's Nintendo World Store also had the Eon Ticket until January 14, 2015. Additionally, the Eon Ticket was made available in the United Kingdom to 15 members of the public, who would pass the ticket to certain GAME stores throughout the country via StreetPass, who could then pass those on to customers who visit the store. This was officially marketed as the "The Great Eon Ticket Relay" event.

The Eon Ticket can be received via StreetPass from another player who obtained it via StreetPass. As such, it can still be obtained via StreetPass. Since StreetPass data is exchanged with other people met via the PSS, including via the internet, it can also be obtained by connecting to the internet via the PSS, and can currently be obtained this way.

An Eon Ticket received through StreetPass will not appear in the Mystery Gift Card Album. As a result, the Eon Ticket will always be handed out as the last gift by the delivery girl.

Serial code locations and dates
Serial code card from South Korea
Country Location Code region Availability dates Redemption dates
Japan December 2014 issue of CoroCoro Comic Japanese November 15, 2014 November 26, 2014 to May 31, 2015
Singapore Funan DigitaLife Mall Unknown November 21, 2014 November 26, 2014 to ???
Maxsoft Online Facebook page Unknown November 2014
Hong Kong Fifth Nintendo 3DS Party, held at iSQUARE Taiwanese and Japanese November 22, 2014 November 26, 2014 to February 28, 2015
South Korea Pokémon Winter Carnival 2014, held at D-Cube Department Store Korean December 14, 2014;
December 20 to 21, 2014;
December 25 to 28, 2014
December 14, 2014 to May 31, 2015
Participating movie theaters January 14 to 18, 2015 December 14, 2014 to May 31, 2015
N/A Nintendo Taiwan Facebook page Japanese, American, PAL, and Taiwanese February 13 to 14, 2015 February 13 to 28, 2015
N/A Pokémon.com American (Common serial code: 2015LATIOSLATIAS) February 27 to March 2, 2015
N/A Pokémon.com PAL (Common serial code: POKEMON380381) February 27 to March 2, 2015

StreetPass locations and dates
Country Location Dates
United States Play! Pokémon Leagues and Premier Challenges November 26, 2014 onward
Nintendo World Store November 26, 2014 to January 14, 2015
Mexico McDonald's and Pikashop stores November 29, 2014
Premier Challenge, held at Pikashop December 6, 2014
Portugal Comic Con December 5 to 7, 2014
Fnac Vasco da Gama - Pokémon Battle League Final November 29, 2014
PressPlay´s Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire launch event November 30, 2014
Spawn Point – Gaming Lounge´s Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire launch event November 29 and 30, 2014
Belgium Cora and Game Mania stores December 6 to 31, 2014
Greece The Mall Athens December 6, 2014
Hungary Sugár mall December 6, 2014
Szeged Plaza January 17, 2015
Italy VideoGameShow, held at Mostra d'Oltremare December 6 to 8, 2014
Mestre Comics 2014, held at VEGA December 6 to 7, 2014
Umbria Player December 6, 2014
La Concordia, Turin December 7, 2014
StreetPass Meeting, held at Via Di Casal Bruciato 11 in Rome December 13, 2014
StreetPass Meeting, held at Piazza di Porta Santo Stefano in Bologna
StreetPass Meeting, held at Zucca Vuota in Palermo December 14, 2014
VG Premier Challenge Rome, held at Dark Side
La Cassaforte Del Vecchio Papero December 20, 2014
VG Premier Challenge Imola, held at Centro Sociale "La Stalla"
La Cassaforte Del Vecchio Papero December 21, 2014
StreetPass Meeting, held at Mediateca Regionale Pugliese in Bari December 22, 2014
Pokémon Day, held at GamePeople Grosseto January 4, 2015
VG Premier Challenge Trieste, held at Fantasylandia January 6, 2015
Luxembourg Cora stores December 6 to 31, 2014
Netherlands Game Mania stores December 6 to 31, 2014
Spain Fórum Metropolitano, CC. Vialia theater, Plaza Luceros, Sagrada Família, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Centro Comercial Ruta de la Plata, El Parque Eroski, Avenida del Gran Capitán, Centro Comercial Los Fresnos, Observatorio Astronómico de La Sagra, Guadalajara railway station, Centro Comercial El Muelle, Puerta de Santiago, Madrid Atocha railway station, Málaga-María Zambrano railway station, Cathedral of Murcia, Palma Cathedral, Castle Square, Casa de las Conchas, Nuevo Mercado San Martín, Tenerife Espacio de las Artes, Jardines de Pereda, Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, Palace of San Telmo, Paseo Marítimo del Serrallo, Centro Comercial Arena, Vallsur, Puerto De Transatlanticos, Centro Comercial Puerto Venecia December 13, 2014
Australia EB Games stores December 18, 2014
New Zealand


  • In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, upon being shown the Eon Ticket, Norman remarks that he has not seen such a ticket for 11 years. This references the item's first distribution date (January 2003 compared to November 2014).

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 無限船票 Mòuhhaahn Syùhnpiu
Mandarin 無限船票 / 无限船票 Wúxiàn Chuánpiào
France Flag.png French Passe Éon
Germany Flag.png German Äon-Ticket
Italy Flag.png Italian Biglietto Eone
South Korea Flag.png Korean 무한티켓 Muhan Ticket
Spain Flag.png Spanish Ticket Eón

See also


Event exclusives
BerriesEgg TicketEon TicketMysticTicketAuroraTicketOld Sea MapPokétch Apps
Secret KeyMember CardOak's LetterAzure FluteEnigma StoneLiberty PassDiscount Coupon
Dynamax Crystal

Event distributions
Standard event Pokémon distributions
Generation I: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation II: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation III: JapaneseEnglishGermanSpanishFrenchItalian
Generation IV: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Trading (GTS)
Generation V: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Global Link promotions
Generation VI: Japanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • American region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
PAL region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • Korean region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Generation VII: 3DS: Japanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • American region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
PAL region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • Korean region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
LocalQR Codes
Switch: Serial code
Generation VIII: InternetSerial code
Specific events: Gather More Pokémon! Campaign
PCNY (Gen II | Gen III) • Trade and Battle DayJourney Across AmericaParty of the Decade
Special Pokémon from games
In-game: Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VGen VI
Gen VII (3DSSwitch) • Gen VIII (SwShBDSP)
Wild PokémonIn-game trades (Hayley's trades)
Game-based: Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VIGen VIIGen VIII
Other: Undistributed
Non-Pokémon event distributions
Gen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VII (Game-based) • Gen VIII
Global Link
Other lists
Notable ID numbers (Gens I-IIIII onward) • Wonder Cards (Gen VGen VIGen VII) • Serial code prefixes

Pokémon e-Reader applications
Expedition Base Set: Diving CorsolaFlower PowerFlying JourneyGO, Poliwrath!Gotcha!Here Comes GloomHold Down Hoppip
Kingler's DayLifesaverMachop At WorkMagby and MagmarMake A Dash!MetronomeSweet Scent
Aquapolis: Dream EaterHarvest TimeJumping DoduoMighty TyranitarPunching BagsRolling VoltorbSneak and Snatch
Skyridge: Berry TreeDitto LeapfrogFollow HoothootLeek GameNight FlightPika PopRide the TuftWatch Out!
Promotional: Exciting Hide and SeekTime TravelFire HoopsImakuni?'s BallWooper's Juggling GameBig Fruit Strategy!Tokotoko Truck
Construction: Construction: ActionConstruction: Melody Box
Pokémon Battle e series: Pokémon Battle e: Series 1Pokémon Battle e: Series 2Pokémon Colosseum Double Battle e
Pokémon Battle e FireRed & LeafGreenPokémon Battle e EmeraldPokémon Battle e Promotional cards
Berries: Pumkin BerryDrash BerryChilan BerryStrib BerryEggant BerryNutpea Berry
Ginema BerryKuo BerryYago BerryTouga BerryNiniku BerryTopo Berry
Others: Eon TicketPokémon Pinball: Ruby & SapphireSmeargle PaintList of TCG cards by e-Reader card ID
List of TCG cards with hidden attacksList of miscellaneous Pokémon e-Reader applications

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