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Is it possible to receive an egg from a Pokestop when your bag is at or above its capacity, but there is room for additional eggs?

I tried this 6 or 7 times today while I only had 5 eggs, and did not get any, but this could have just been bad luck.

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From my own personal experience you cannot receives eggs from pokestops if your item inventory is full even if you have less than 9 eggs in your pokemon inventory. Some cursory searching doesn't show anyone who has been able to receive eggs when inventory is full.

Source: Personal experience and here

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From personal experience with the game, if I have 9 eggs in my bag, I cannot receive any more eggs. I don't know if this is documented anywhere, but from playing the game with a full bag of eggs now, I haven't received any new eggs. I doubt it's just bad luck.

  • OP was referring that his egg-inventory was not full. – d2n Jul 18 '16 at 15:32
  • It is documented in the text "9/9" on the egg screen – GodEmperorDune Jul 18 '16 at 15:34
  • This edit was not in place when my answer was posted. – Kaizerwolf Jul 18 '16 at 15:36
  • -1. This is answering a different question, even prior to the edit. The original version of the question was pretty clear. – Ellesedil Jul 18 '16 at 18:53
  • @Ellesedil I suppose I answered too fast, I didn't see the "have less than 9 eggs in your pokemon inventory". I incorrectly assumed the bag also meant the egg part as well. – Kaizerwolf Jul 18 '16 at 18:56
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From my personal experience you cannot receive any eggs with a full bag. I live near the city so I'm able to get the pokestops and after nearly 15 poke stops with a full bag I was not able to get any eggs!

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