Pokemon Lets Go Rare Pokemon


Welcome to our Pokemon Lets Go Rare Pokemon Guide, here will list all the rare pokemon in let’s go that you cannot find through a random encounter.




Rare Pokemon in Let’s Go

Below we have a list of all the Rare Pokemon in Let’s Go and how to get them. We consider “Rare Pokemon” the type of pokemon that you either have a very low chance of encountering in the wild or simply cannot be found in the wild.


Rare Pokemon Where To Find
Lapras After you fight your rival at the Silph Co., take with the Silph Employee on the 7th Floor.
Kabuto Bring the Fossil to Cinnabar Island Pokémon Lab. (Note: You must choose between Omanyte)
Omanyte Bring the Fossil to Cinnabar Island Pokémon Lab. (Note: You must choose between Kabuto)
Aerodactyl Bring the Old Amber (Pewter City Museum) to Cinnabar Island Pokémon Lab.
Porygon Bought at Celadon City Game Corner (Cost: 6,500 Coins)
Hitmonchan After completing Saffron City Fighting Dojo (Note: You must choose between Hitmonlee)
Hitmonlee After completing Saffron City Fighting Dojo (Note: You must choose between Hitmonchan)
Snorlax Can be caught when using the Poke Flute to wake up and battle Snorlax.
Meltan Learn more about how to get this pokemon at our Connect Pokemon Go to Let’s Go Guide.
Ditto Pokemon Mansion (01-10% Spawn Rate)
Pinsir Route 15 (01-10% Spawn Rate)
Dratini Route 10 (04% Spawn Rate)
Dragonair Route 10 (01% Spawn Rate)
Kangaskhan Rock Tunnel (01% Spawn Rate)
Scyther Route 15 (01-10% Spawn Rate)

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Players can increase their chances of finding any of these RARE Pokemon just by building up Catch Combos you can learn about them by visiting our IV Stats page.

Catch Combo Increased Rare Spawn Chance
0 *1
1-5 *2
5-10 *3
11-20 *4
21-30 *5
31+ *6


If you are looking for Legendary Pokemon or 1 of the 3 original Starter Pokemon, then you should visit our other guides showing you where you can find them.

Legendary Pokemon

Starter Pokemon

Alolan Pokemon

Mega Pokemon

Shiny Pokemon

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Not sure who evolves from what? Have a look at our Evolution Chart.

Pokemon Lets Go Evolution Chart

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