PokéMileage Club

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The PokéMileage Club's logo

The PokéMileage Club (Japanese: ポケマイルクラブ PokéMile Club) was an online feature of the Pokémon Global Link for Pokémon X and Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. The Club featured a PokéMileage Shop where players could spend Poké Miles to purchase items, Attractions where players could spend Poké Miles to win items by playing games, and occasional specials that offered exclusive items. Any items obtained were stored on the Global Link, up to a maximum of 20 different items and 99 of each item. From there, they were transferred to the user's game through Game Sync, after which items could be picked up from a delivery girl at any Pokémon Center.

A Summer Campaign was held from July 21, 2015, to August 3, 2015. In this campaign, the price of all items in the PokéMileage Shop and the price of all Attractions were halved. The Ability Capsule was added to the shop and could be bought for 5000 Poké Miles. The PokéMileage Club also held a Thanks Campaign, which started from July 26, 2016, and ran until the end of the service. Like the previous campaign, the price of all items in the PokéMileage Shop and the price of all Attractions were halved, and the Ability Capsule was added again as a buyable item.

PokéMileage Shop

Poké Miles stored on the Global Link could be exchanged for items online. The number and price of items that were available for exchange vary depending on the number of Medals the player had obtained.

If a user already had the maximum amount of an item stored on the Global Link, they would not be able to purchase any more of that item until they sent the items already queued for transfer to their game through Game Sync.

Pokémon Global Link
Less than 20 Medals
Berry Juice Berry Juice
Lemonade Lemonade
Moomoo Milk Moomoo Milk
Full Heal Full Heal
Max Repel Max Repel
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion
Ether Ether
Max Potion Max Potion
Full Restore Full Restore

Pokémon Global Link
20 Medals or more
Berry Juice Berry Juice
Lemonade Lemonade
Moomoo Milk Moomoo Milk
Full Heal Full Heal
Max Repel Max Repel
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion
Ether Ether
Max Potion Max Potion
Heart Scale Heart Scale
Full Restore Full Restore
Max Revive Max Revive
Rare Candy Rare Candy


Attractions at the PokéMileage Club could be played to earn various items. Different levels of an attraction could be unlocked after the user has earned enough Medals on the Global Link.

Poké Miles were only deducted from the user's account when they choose "Start" within the game and explicitly confirm the Poké Miles to be used.

Attraction Level Medals needed Cost per play
Balloon Popping 1 20 100 Miles
Graffiti Eraser 1 20 100 Miles
Mine Cart Adventure 1 1 20 Miles
2 20 100 Miles
3 40 200 Miles
Poké Doll Grabber 1 20 100 Miles

Balloon Popping

Balloon Popping Attraction

Balloon Popping (Japanese: バルーンポッピング Balloon Popping) was a game where the player's goal is to pop 10 balloons shaped like various Pokémon as they float across the sky. The game had no time limit.

Popping a balloon was accomplished simply by clicking it. Once 10 balloons have been popped, they would be summed into a final score which determined the player's final rank. Balloons were worth random numbers of points from 1 to 10. The player would receive an item depending on the level of the game.

Balloon Popping was the first attraction made available in the PokéMileage Club, starting on January 14, 2014.


Level Balloons
Level 1 Pikachu Munna Chespin Fennekin Froakie
Level 2 Whimsicott Emolga Pancham Swirlix Swirlix
Level 3 Koffing Hoothoot Murkrow Woobat Lampent


Rank Numbers
E 10 - 29
D 30 - 49
C 50 - 69
B 70 - 79
A 80 - 100


Lv. 1
Metal Coat Metal Coat ×1 Prism Scale Prism Scale ×1
Up-Grade Up-Grade ×1 Dubious Disc Dubious Disc ×1
Deep Sea Tooth Deep Sea Tooth ×1 Deep Sea Scale Deep Sea Scale ×1
Shiny Stone Shiny Stone ×1 Dawn Stone Dawn Stone ×1
Fire Stone Fire Stone ×1 Kelpsy Berry Kelpsy Berry ×3
Hondew Berry Hondew Berry ×3

Lv. 2
King's Rock King's Rock ×1 Dragon Scale Dragon Scale ×1
Electirizer Electirizer ×1 Magmarizer Magmarizer ×1
Sachet Sachet ×1 Oval Stone Oval Stone ×1
Sun Stone Sun Stone ×1 Thunder Stone Thunder Stone ×1
Water Stone Water Stone ×1 Qualot Berry Qualot Berry ×3
Grepa Berry Grepa Berry ×3

Lv. 3
Razor Claw Razor Claw ×1 Razor Fang Razor Fang ×1
Protector Protector ×1 Reaper Cloth Reaper Cloth ×1
Whipped Dream Whipped Dream ×1 Everstone Everstone ×1
Moon Stone Moon Stone ×1 Dusk Stone Dusk Stone ×1
Leaf Stone Leaf Stone ×1 Pomeg Berry Pomeg Berry ×3
Tamato Berry Tamato Berry ×3

Graffiti Eraser

Graffiti Eraser Attraction

Graffiti Eraser (Japanese: グラフィティワイピング Graffiti Wiping) was a game where the player's goal is to clear graffiti from a store window, revealing three Poké Dolls. The game had no time limit.

Clearing graffiti was accomplished by clicking a piece of graffiti or holding the mouse button down while moving over it. Each piece of graffiti took four clicks to be cleared. The Poké Dolls had 10 set positions, but at the start of each game, the dolls in each position were randomly scrambled. Occasionally, one of the 10 standard dolls was be replaced with a Poké Doll of a Legendary Pokémon instead once the graffiti had covered the window.

When a Poké Doll was fully uncovered, a star would appear over its head. Once three Poké Dolls are uncovered, their scores were added and the player's final rank was determined. The standard Poké Dolls were worth a random point value from 1 to 49, but the Poké Dolls of Legendary Pokémon were always worth 50 points. The player would receive an item depending on the final rank and on the level of the game.

Graffiti Eraser was made available on April 15, 2014


Level Standard dolls Legendary dolls
Level 1 Cleffa Wooper Elekid Magby Whismur Spinda Pachirisu Mime Jr. Foongus Litwick Celebi Jirachi
Level 2 Meowth Eevee Ludicolo Absol Bidoof Lucario Croagunk Pansage Pansear Panpour Shaymin Arceus
Level 3 Wobbuffet Sudowoodo Pelipper Wailord Snivy Tepig Oshawott Audino Emolga Deoxys Darkrai


Rank Numbers
E 3 - 29
D 30 - 49
C 50 - 69
B 70 - 79
A 80 - 100


Lv. 1
PP Max PP Max ×1 PP Up PP Up ×1
Destiny Knot Destiny Knot ×1 Power Bracer Power Bracer ×1
Power Lens Power Lens ×1 Rare Candy Rare Candy ×1
Heart Scale Heart Scale ×1 Protein Protein ×1
Calcium Calcium ×1 Muscle Wing Muscle Wing ×4
Genius Wing Genius Wing ×4

Lv. 2
PP Max PP Max ×1 PP Up PP Up ×1
Lucky Egg Lucky Egg ×1 Power Belt Power Belt ×1
Power Band Power Band ×1 Rare Candy Rare Candy ×1
Heart Scale Heart Scale ×1 Iron Iron ×1
Zinc Zinc ×1 Resist Wing Resist Wing ×4
Clever Wing Clever Wing ×4

Lv. 3
PP Max PP Max ×1 PP Up PP Up ×1
Macho Brace Macho Brace ×1 Power Weight Power Weight ×1
Power Anklet Power Anklet ×1 Rare Candy Rare Candy ×1
Heart Scale Heart Scale ×1 HP Up HP Up ×1
Carbos Carbos ×1 Health Wing Health Wing ×4
Swift Wing Swift Wing ×4

Mine Cart Adventure

Mine Cart Adventure Attraction

Mine Cart Adventure (Japanese: マインカート アドベンチャー Mine Cart Adventure) was a game where the player's goal is to collect as many Berries as possible. In the game, three sets of mine cart tracks ran alongside a row of Berry trees. Fallen Berries also laid along the tracks themselves.

The player would first choose a track, and then they could direct a Pokémon to push the mine cart along the track with a certain amount of force, along the way collecting any Berries on the track. Once the mine cart stoped, another Pokémon would appear and smash into the ground, causing the Berries in the trees to fall. Any Berries that fell into the mine cart were also collected.

From top to bottom, the three sets of mine cart tracks had increasing numbers of Berries laying along them. The trees along the tracks also had varying numbers of Berries, with the one with the most Berries generally appearing approximately halfway along the tracks.

The player's final rank was determined by the total number of Berries collected. The player would receive an item depending on that rank and on the level of the game.

Mine Cart Adventure was made available on November 21, 2014.


Rank Berries
E 0-4
D 5-9
C 10-14
B 15-19
A 20+


Lv. 1
Master Ball Master Ball x1 Net Ball Net Ball x1
Dive Ball Dive Ball x1 Nest Ball Nest Ball x1
Repeat Ball Repeat Ball x1 Timer Ball Timer Ball x1
Luxury Ball Luxury Ball x1 Dusk Ball Dusk Ball x1
Heal Ball Heal Ball x1 Quick Ball Quick Ball x1
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball x1 Great Ball Great Ball x1
Poké Ball Poké Ball x1

Lv. 2
Master Ball Master Ball x1 Net Ball Net Ball x5
Dive Ball Dive Ball x5 Nest Ball Nest Ball x5
Repeat Ball Repeat Ball x5 Timer Ball Timer Ball x5
Luxury Ball Luxury Ball x5 Dusk Ball Dusk Ball x5
Heal Ball Heal Ball x5 Quick Ball Quick Ball x5
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball x5 Great Ball Great Ball x5
Poké Ball Poké Ball x5

Lv. 3
Master Ball Master Ball x1 Net Ball Net Ball x10
Dive Ball Dive Ball x10 Nest Ball Nest Ball x10
Repeat Ball Repeat Ball x10 Timer Ball Timer Ball x10
Luxury Ball Luxury Ball x10 Dusk Ball Dusk Ball x10
Heal Ball Heal Ball x10 Quick Ball Quick Ball x10
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball x10 Great Ball Great Ball x10
Poké Ball Poké Ball x10

Poké Doll Grabber

Level 3 Poké Doll Grabber Attraction

Poké Doll Grabber (Japanese: ポケドールグラッバー Poké Doll Grabber) was a game where the player's goal was to guide a crane claw of Poké Dolls past obstacles as the screen scrolled up towards a goal line. At the bottom of the interface was left and right arrow buttons to move the crane left or right, with a round button in the middle that accelerated the crane's upward progress while it was pressed. A bar on the right side of the interface would fill up to indicate the crane's current progress to the goal.

The game started with the claw grabbing five Poké Dolls before it began its journey upwards. As the screen scrolled up, short and long rectangular obstacles would appear. If the Poké Dolls touched an obstacle, one doll would be dropped; if all five dolls were lost, the game was over. Avoiding the obstacles was slightly complicated by the fact that the momentum of moving the crane would temporarily leave it swinging back and forth after movement stopped. Longer movements would produce larger swings than shorter movements. Following a long movement by a brief short movement, however, would ultimately result in only a small swing.

In the Level 1 game, there were 7 obstacles, while in the Level 2 and 3 games, there were 10. In the Level 2 and 3 games, the distances between the obstacles was also shorter than in the Level 1 game, and some of the obstacles could also move back and forth across the screen.

The final rank received depended on how many Poké Dolls remain in the claw when the game finishes. The player would receive an item depending on the level of the game. The type of item was random and not affected by the player's final rank.

Poké Doll Grabber was first made available on February 3, 2015.


Level Dolls
Level 1 Munna Woobat Timburr Scraggy Mienfoo
Level 2 Budew Cherrim Chatot Lickilicky Togekiss
Level 3 Butterfree Poliwhirl Koffing Magikarp Dragonite


Rank Dolls
Rank E 0-1
Rank D 2
Rank C 3
Rank B 4
Rank A 5


Lv. 1
Micle Berry Micle Berry ×1 Custap Berry Custap Berry ×1
Petaya Berry Petaya Berry ×1 Apicot Berry Apicot Berry ×1
Occa Berry Occa Berry ×1 Passho Berry Passho Berry ×1
Wacan Berry Wacan Berry ×1 Rindo Berry Rindo Berry ×1
Yache Berry Yache Berry ×1 Chople Berry Chople Berry ×1

Lv. 2
Jaboca Berry Jaboca Berry ×1 Rowap Berry Rowap Berry ×1
Liechi Berry Liechi Berry ×1 Ganlon Berry Ganlon Berry ×1
Kebia Berry Kebia Berry ×1 Shuca Berry Shuca Berry ×1
Coba Berry Coba Berry ×1 Payapa Berry Payapa Berry ×1
Tanga Berry Tanga Berry ×1 Charti Berry Charti Berry ×1

Lv. 3
Enigma Berry Enigma Berry ×1 Salac Berry Salac Berry ×1
Kee Berry Kee Berry ×1 Maranga Berry Maranga Berry ×1
Kasib Berry Kasib Berry ×1 Haban Berry Haban Berry ×1
Colbur Berry Colbur Berry ×1 Babiri Berry Babiri Berry ×1
Chilan Berry Chilan Berry ×1 Roseli Berry Roseli Berry ×1


Main article: List of Global Link events in Generation VI

Specials were exclusive items the PokéMileage Club offers to users for a limited period of time.

The PokéMileage Club's specials were restricted to participants in online competitions, with the exception of the Discount Coupon.

Item Start date End date
Dream Discount Coupon Sprite.png Discount Coupon January 14, 2014 March 3, 2014
Dream Ability Capsule Sprite.png Ability Capsule* May 13, 2014 July 1, 2014
Dream Enigma Berry Sprite.png Enigma Berry* May 27, 2014 ?

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png European French Club Poké Miles
Germany Flag.png German Poké-Meilen-Klub
Italy Flag.png Italian Club Pokémiglia
South Korea Flag.png Korean 포켓마일클럽 PokéMile Club
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Club Poké Millas

Balloon Popping

Language Title
France Flag.png French Ballons flottants
Germany Flag.png German Schwebende Ballons
Italy Flag.png Italian Palloncini volanti
South Korea Flag.png Korean 둥실둥실 풍선 Dungsildungsil Pungseon
Spain Flag.png Spanish Globos Flotantes

Graffiti Eraser

Language Title
France Flag.png French Nettoyez la vitrine !
Germany Flag.png German Wisch & Weg
Italy Flag.png Italian Cancella i graffiti
South Korea Flag.png Korean 그래피티 와이핑 Graffiti Wiping
Spain Flag.png Spanish Limpiagrafitis

Mine Cart Adventure

Language Title
France Flag.png French Aventure en wagonnet
Germany Flag.png German Lorenabenteuer
Italy Flag.png Italian Spingi i vagoncini
South Korea Flag.png Korean 광차 어드벤처 Gwangcha Adventure
Spain Flag.png Spanish Baya exprés

Poké Doll Grabber

Language Title
France Flag.png French Attrape-Poképoupées
Germany Flag.png German Poképuppen-Kran
Italy Flag.png Italian Pesca le Poké Bambole
South Korea Flag.png Korean 포켓몬돌 그래버 Pokémon Doll Grabber
Spain Flag.png Spanish Agarra Poké Muñecos

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