How to Get an Eon Ticket in "Sapphire" or "Emerald"

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How to Get an Eon Ticket in "Sapphire" or "Emerald"
Mix records to give the Eon ticket to both Pokemon players. (Digital Vision./Photodisc/Getty Images)

The Eon ticket is a virtual ticket found in "Pokemon: Sapphire," "Pokemon: Emerald" and "Pokemon: Ruby." The virtual ticket was handed out as a marketing exclusive at the 2003 Electronics Expo and at some Toys R Us stores. Because of this, you cannot find an original Eon ticket unless you use an auction website like eBay. However, if you have one game with a virtual Eon ticket, you can mix records to move the ticket to another game.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Link cable
  • 2 Nintendo DS
  • "Pokemon: Emerald," "Sapphire" or "Ruby" with Eon ticket
  • "Pokemon: Emerald" or "Sapphire" without Eon ticket

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Turn on a Nintendo DS with a "Pokemon: Emerald" or "Pokemon: Sapphire" game that does not have an Eon ticket, and navigate to the game by pressing the "A" button.

  2. 2

    Walk, bike, teleport or fly your character to the nearest Pokemon Center, and walk into the Records Room, located on the second floor.

  3. 3

    Turn on the DS that contains a version of a "Pokemon" game with an Eon ticket. You can use the same version of the game that is in the first DS or a different version.

  4. 4

    Walk, bike, teleport or fly your character to the nearest Pokemon Center, and walk into the Records Room, located on the second floor.

  5. 5

    Connect a link cable between both Nintendo DS devices by plugging it into the appropriate slot of the DS. With most link cables, this is the same slot you plug the DS chargers into.

  6. 6

    Watch the screens to see when both players appear in the room on both DS screens. This will happen automatically.

  7. 7

    Take the DS that contains the "Pokemon" game with an Eon ticket, and move the character into the first chair using the arrow keys.

  8. 8

    Take the other DS, and move the character into the second chair. The records will mix automatically.

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