How do you get a GX Pokemon card?
When a card is print, they get put in packs or sets. You may find some booster packs, but there is a chance that a booster pack won't contain any GX cards. You have a better chance of getting some by buying a theme pack. One purchase that is guaranteed to get you some GX cards is that of a Pokémon GX box.
What are the chances of getting a GX Pokemon card?
Sun and Moon – Burning Shadows GX rares have had a reported pull rate of approximately 1:9 packs, with URs (which includes not only full art Pokemon GX, but also certain full art trainers) having a greatly reduced pull rate of 1:18-36 packs. Secret Rares continue to have a pull rate of approximately 1:2 booster boxes.
What does GX mean on a Pokemon card?
GX is a type of Pokémon card exclusive to the Pokémon TCG expansions released in the 7th Generation. It was meant to be a replacement for Mega Evo cards. GX cards are special card which have a special, incredibly powerful movethat can be used only once by that Pokémon in the entire match.
What is the difference between a GX and a ex Pokemon card?
But it's important to note that Pokémon-GX are not Pokémon-EX. One notable difference between Pokémon-EX and Pokémon-GX is that Pokémon-GX come in three different stages: Basic, Stage 1, or Stage 2. (The vast majority of Pokémon-EX are Basic Pokémon, and Mega Evolution Pokémon-EX come with their own special rules.)