Pokemon GO Friend Codes (February 2024)

Expand your friends list with these Pokemon GO Friends Codes
Pokemon GO Friends Codes

Community-based games like Pokemon GO can be a lot more fun with friends. Pokemon GO has multiplayer raids, and the core gameplay is built around sharing and having fun with other players. Not only that but Niantic rewards players who send gifts to their friends. You may be able to find some friends simply by asking around at a local PokeStop, but it might be easier just to check our list of Pokemon GO Friend Codes.

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Below you can find a rotating list of Pokemon GO Friend Codes for active players. You can visit many other places to get some new like-minded friends to add, but we thought it would be convenient to round them up in one convenient location.

Pokemon GO Friend Codes List

Pokemon GO Friend Codes (Working)

Here is a list of active Pokemon GO friend codes.

  • 7853 4881 0601
  • 4066 2307 0757
  • 0837 3952 0354
  • 6371 6539 9785
  • 6970 7305 0959
  • 2108 6450 1938
  • 1707 4001 5282
  • 7005 7870 0133
  • 6644 6263 2844
  • 4517 6974 2493
  • 4051 5701 2319
  • 0331 4306 0587
  • 8685 1730 3328
  • 1560 4109 8314
  • 7529 3799 5014
  • 3166 5926 0244
  • 2695 3904 9258
  • 5282 5442 3383
  • 4206 8519 3168
  • 7015 6594 2848
  • 2725 7715 1429

Pokemon GO Friend Codes (Expired)

There are no expired Pokemon Go friend codes.

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Pokemon GO Friend Codes FAQ

How to Add Friends Codes in Pokemon GO

To add Friends Codes in Pokemon GO, follow these steps:

  1. Launch Pokemon GO.
  2. Tap on your profile icon on the bottom left.
  3. Navigate to the Friends tab.
  4. Tap on the Add Friend button.
  5. Enter their Trainer Code in the text box that appears.

You can also get your own Trainer Code from the same location or use and share a QR code instead.

How to Get More Friend Codes

There are many options available to get some more Friends Codes. First off, if you use Reddit, you can head on over to the PokemonGoFriends subreddit and make a post, or just browse through existing posts. Alternatively, you can visit the POGO Trainer Club website, which lists trainers and their codes. There are many websites like this, so you can feel free to use any of them and post your Trainer ID or add someone else’s.

Why are my Pokemon GO Friend Codes not working?

If your Pokemon GO friend code isn’t working the first thing you need to do is check if you spelled it right. All numbers have to be entered in the right order and there can’t be any extra. If your code is correct and the code still doesn’t work that means that the user that you’re trying to add has either changed their code or deleted their Pokemon GO profile and is inactive.

How to Change Your Own Trainer Code?

You can retire your old trainer code and get a new one by simply clicking on the small round arrow button underneath your current trainer code. You will be asked to confirm if you want to do this because once you do, people won’t be able to add you with the old code anymore. However, your friend list will remain the same so you don’t have to worry about that.

What is Pokemon GO?

Pokemon GO is one of the most popular mobile Pokemon games that is using augmented reality to enhance its adventures. This means that you have to move throughout the real world as you are playing the game and catch different Pokemon. You’ll start off with a couple of dozen Pokeballs surrounded by a few low-level Pokemon that you can capture for an easy start. Walk around your surroundings and find new and wild Pokemon that you can capture. Once you are strong enough and you acquire enough XP you will be able to fight other trainers in Pokemon arenas.


We hope you enjoyed our article. Make sure to check out our Pokemon GO Promo Codes page if you want to take advantage of any active promotional freebies. A few free PokeBalls could never hurt. For more related guides and content, you can check out our website’s Pokemon GO section.

About the author

Đorđe Ivanović

Đorđe Ivanović (Djordje Ivanovic) is Managing Editor of Gamer Journalist and has been with the site since 2022. He has a BA in Journalism and five years of professional writing experience behind him, with a recent personal focus on gaming and technology niches. His GJ coverage includes Path of Exile, Ragnarok Origin, and Blizzard hit games like Diablo, WoW, and Overwatch alongside other live service games.
In his free time, you will find this adamant fan of Dota solving some sort of puzzle games, and getting familiar with board gaming.

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