'Secret' Shop Codes V2 , V3, V4 & V4.5

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Jun 19 2006, 11:32 AM #1

TAMAGOTCHI SHOP CODES F.A.Q’s

Tama-Zone would like to thank the members of Tama-Talk who originally contributed to the initial discovery of all the shop codes for both Versions 2 , 3 & 4- (especially Kyliesmum)

What are Shop Codes?
Tamagotchi connection/connexion - versions 2 and 3 and 4 have secret shop codes (which are a sequence of 8 letters) that you can enter into your tama-toy by surprising the shopkeeper.

How do I put the codes in?
You enter into shop mode from selecting ‘shop’ when you select the games/activity icon. When you press A quickly 3 times in succession he will change his expression like this.



You will then be able to enter the code using your A B C buttons.


The first time you enter the codes the items will be free
If you re-use the code again you will have to buy the item for the cost shown.

What are the Shop-codes for V4?
(Information supplied by Kyliesmum-thankyou!)
All of the V4 shop codes (there are only 5):

(please note, code are in the following order; Code=what it gives you=points needed to buy after first time entering in gp (gp=gotchi points))

1. BBCA CCCA= Pen= 15,000gp

2. ACAB ACAC= Steak= 1,400gp

3. BAAB ACBA= !! (clone)= 14,000gp

4. CCBA AABB= Honey (love potion)= 7,000gp

5. CAAA BACB= CD3= 0gp
When you have entered all five codes, the last iem will be replaced. Instead, it will give you a RARE CELL PHONE. If you would still like to get the last item from the last code, you will have to re-enter the code and buy it. I recommend entering the code for "CD3" last because it is free!

Here are the 2 PASSWORDS (10 digit number codes) for the V4.
The codes are from the Nintendo DS corner shop 2 game.

40690 89391= Playhouse
*Thank you to Zuzi for finding it.

52815 99088= Slide
*Thank you to chlemma for finding it.

What are the Shop-codes for V4.5?

Found by Tama-Love and Kyliesmum

(please note, codes are in the following order; Code=what it gives you=points needed to buy after first time entering in gp (gp=gotchi points))

1. BCAA CBAB= Pen= 15,000gp

2. BABC BAAA= Steak= 1,400gp

3. CAAC BBCB= !! (clone)= 14,000gp

4. BBAA ABCB= Honey (love potion)= 7,000gp

5. CCCA CBBC= CD3= 0gp

~If you enter all five shop codes, the last code you enter will not give you what the code is for! Instead, it will give you a RARE CELL PHONE. If you would still like to get the last item from the last code, you will have to re-enter the code and buy it. I recommend entering the code for "CD3" last because it is free!

The V4 codes for the slide/playhouse also work for the V4.5.

What are the codes for Version3?

Shop Codes for V3 (There are 7 codes)

CBAC CABC = cuckoo clock (worth 4000p)

AABB CACB = RC Car2 (worth 2800p)

CACA BABC = stuffed animal = Nyatchi costume (worth 2500p)

BCBC CABA = love potion/honey (worth 2000p)

BCAB ACBC = steak (worth 800p)

ABBA ACBA = cake (worth 600p)

ACBB BACC = hair gel (worth 400p)


* When you have entered all 7 codes, the last item will be replaced by a ‘rare’ re-useable costume. With the V3 it is a Hohotchi costume. So it makes more sense to enter the cheapest item last and then re-enter the code and buy it from the shopkeeper.

2 passwords that work on all V3 tamagotchis and each give an item:

32479 91490 - !! clone

63532 86367 - pen


What are the codes for Version 2?

Shop Codes for V2 (There are only 5 codes)

ABBA CBCC = Whole Cake (worth 600p)

BACB CACB = Steak (worth 800p)

BCBA CABA = Love Potion/Honey (worth 3000p)

CBAA CABC = Stuffed Animal = Panda Costume (worth 2500p)

ACBC ABAC = Hair Gel (worth 400p)


* When you have entered all 5 codes, the last item will be replaced by a ‘rare’ Mimitchi costume which is re-useable so it is better to put the cheapest item in last – then you can re-enter the code and buy it from the shopkeeper again if you really want it.

Whats the difference between codes and passwords?

CODES are 8 letter sequences that are entered at the shop as described above and give an ITEM.


PASSWORDS are 10 number sequences that are entered in the PASSWORD section under the games/activity icon and give a SOUVENIR. They are unique to your USERNAME and tamagotchi character. There are 2 exceptions to this - there are 2 passwords that work on all V3's and two other ones that work on all V4's (listed above).



Troubleshooting FAQ’S

1. The Shopkeeper was surprised, then he beeped and put his hands down without giving me anything. Why?
This is because you made an error entering the code. You may have accidentally pressed the A button too many times to surprise him. Just keep trying. All the codes here are correct and have been successfully used many times. Also make sure you are entering the right codes for your version of Tamagotchi as the codes for V2, V3 and V4 are different.

2.The Shopkeeper just beeps at me and I can’t surprise him. Why?
This is because you have too many items in your lists. Check which of your lists are full – TREATS/ITEMS (for V2) and MEALS/SNACKS/ITEMS (for V3).
Use a one-use item/Eat an item/Trash some items- then try again.


3. So How do I trash an item to make space for a new one then?
You go to the book icon on the bottom row of your tama screen. Select the ‘PRESENT’ option. Choose which item you want to get rid of. When the screen says ‘WRAP’ press button A. It will then show you a garbage can with TRASH YES/NO? you should select YES.


4. I put the costume on my tamagotchi and now it won't come off. How do I take it off?
The costume will come off your tamagotchi character when it goes to sleep - the following morning it will appear as it did prior to wearing the costume. To get the costume off earlier - set the time to when your tamagotchi character normally is asleep, then change the time back again to the correct time and the costume will have come off. Remember that the stuffed animal costume for V2 and V3 are one-use items only - if you want to use them again you will have to re-enter the code and pay for them. The rare costumes can be re-used.



Lastly BIG thanks to GK1 for all her help and support in compiling this topic.
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