'Pokémon Go' Eggstravaganza Event End Time: When Will Egg Changes Stop?

Pokémon Go's Eggstravaganza event is nearing its end and trainers only have a few days left to take advantage of the various changes.

The biggest change during this event come from the eggs. Pokémon that originally hatch from 5km and 10km eggs will now appear in 2km eggs, which can be easily obtained through PokeStops. This means trainers should have plenty of chances to get those Trapinch and Bagon hatches.

Here's all the information Pokémon Go trainers need to make the most out of the Eggstravaganza event, including when the event ends.


Niantic confirmed that the 2018 Eggstravaganza Event in Pokémon Go ends on April 2 at 4 p.m. EDT. If countdown clocks are your thing, here's one that trainers can use to gauge exactly how many minutes they have left in the latest event.


There's a lot more to the Eggstravaganza event than just collecting and hatching eggs. Trainers should definitely try to hatch some of the more rare Pokémon, like the aforementioned Trapinch and Bagon. Here's a reference for which Pokémon now appear in 2km eggs.

Players low on Stardust will receive double the amount whenever a Pokémon hatches and more Candy than normal. This is great for trainers who need to power up their favorite Pokémon.

Shiny Pokémon are still rare in Pokémon Go and this Eggstravaganza Event has added new ones into the game. Wynaut, Wobbuffet, Magby, Magmar, Togepi and Togetic can now be obtained in their Shiny forms. The baby Pokémon, Wynaut, Magby and Togepi can be hatched from these eggs during the event and trainers can then evolve them into their final forms.

Have you enjoyed the Eggstravaganza Event in Pokémon Go? Hatch any Shiny Pokémon? Let us know in the comments section below.