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‘Pokemon Go’ XP Per Level Chart: How Much You Need to Level Up

When activated, Lucky Eggs give players double XP and make leveling up much easier. (Niantic/IGN)

Pokemon Go players will need an increasingly large amount of XP to level up. (Niantic/IGN)

Gamers first getting started in Pokemon Go will find leveling up to be quite simple, as it does not take much XP to rapidly make progress. But it gets challenging fast, and the game gives you no guide to exactly how much XP you’ll need to reach the next level. Luckily, fans have stepped in and figured this out.

First, a Reddit user named Trytry44 put together a nice chart showing how much XP you’ll need for certain level intervals. The numbers represent how much XP is required in order to reach the highest level in the given interval. For example, you will need 45,000 XP to reach Level 10. This graph also helps demonstrate just how rapidly the game ramps up the difficulty, with Level 20 being around the time things get especially tough.

To get a bit more specific, the following chart lays out the total amount of XP you need in order to advance to the next level. The information was compiled by Reddit user virodoran. “XP Needed to Advance” indicates how much XP you will need to reach the given level; for example, it takes 4,000 XP to level up from Level 4 to Level 5. “Total XP” indicates how much XP the player will have gained up to that point.

LEVEL XP Needed To Reach Level Total XP
1 0 0
2 1,000 1,000
3 2,000 3,000
4 3,000 6,000
5 4,000 10,000
6 5,000 15,000
7 6,000 21,000
8 7,000 28,000
9 8,000 36,000
10 9,000 45,000
11 10,000 55,000
12 10,000 65,000
13 10,000 75,000
14 10,000 85,000
15 15,000 100,000
16 20,000 120,000
17 20,000 140,000
18 20,000 160,000
19 25,000 185,000
20 25,000 210,000
21 50,000 260,000
22 75,000 335,000
23 100,000 435,000
24 125,000 560,000
25 150,000 710,000
26 190,000 900,000
27 200,000 1,100,000
28 250,000 1,350,000
29 300,000 1,650,000
30 350,000 2,000,000
31 500,000 2,500,000
32 500,000 3,000,000
33 750,000 3,750,000
34 1,000,000 4,750,000
35 1,250,000 6,000,000
36 1,500,000 7,500,000
37 2,000,000 9,500,000
38 2,500,000 12,000,000
39 3,000,000 15,000,000
40 5,000,000 20,000,000

As you can see from the chart, the game gets insane once you reach Level 30 or so. Even though the first 20 levels only required about 200,000 XP total, it soon starts taking about that much to advance a single time. Basically, once you get into this territory, you should expect leveling up to a much rarer occurrence. The data ends at Level 40, as at this time, it appears that this is the highest level available in the game. At least, nobody has yet gotten past that point.

Players are rewarded with new items every time they level up, with these items getting more and powerful. You’ll get stronger Poke Balls, potions, and other similarly strong items that will help you through the increasingly difficult game. For a full breakdown of which items you will receive at which level, check out the article below:

If you’re looking to gain quite a bit of XP at once, especially towards the beginning of Pokemon Go, one trick is to trade a whole bunch of your low-leveled Pokemon while you have a Lucky Egg activated. This item doubles the amount of XP gained during 30-minute time frame, and so coupling it with a bunch of evolutions is a powerful tactic. You will, however, want to make sure you don’t waste the Lucky Egg, using this calculator to determine when is the best time to utilize the item.

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26 comments

    • No, its correct. You’re just mis-reading the chart. From level 19 to 20, which is what it is trying to display is only 25000 xp.

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  1. The xp list is off by one level
    Lvl 20 needs to be 50k
    Lvl 21 should be 75k
    Lvl 22 is 100k. And so on…
    Looks like an earlier lvl XP is a incorrect

  2. The way the xp goes up is kinda crazy after you reach lvl 20 like i think it shoulf just go up 1000 each lvl and then every 10 lvls go up by 500 extra so lvl 10 +1500 lvl 20 +2000 lvl 20 +2500 so on

    • um, no.. that would be way too easy to max, i have 5 accounts already sitting at lvl 30+ literally all you guys need to do is start grinding.. should only take 75 hours per account if you camp a high density area at night, or less if you use lucky eggs

  3. The amount of people in this comment section who are reading the chart wrong and saying the info is incorrect is shocking.
    Level EXP to Reach Level Total EXP
    14 10,000 85,000
    15 15,000 100,000
    16 20,000 120,000

    The EXP to Reach level column is showing the amount of EXP needed to get to that level from the previous one.
    So it takes 10k EXP to get from level 13 to level 14.
    It takes 15k EXP to get from level 14 to level 15.
    It takes 20k EXP to get from level 15 to level 16.

    The chart is right. All the information in the chart is correct.

    • No, it’s correct. That is precisely where I am right now. I am level 29, I need 350K to get to level 30. Once on level 30, I will need 500K to get to 31. Exactly what the chart says. Just read the column of how many XP you need first, and then move your eyes to the left. So 500K… to get to….31.