This guide will show you the fastest and the best way to earn a lot of coins in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team early on.
How to Easily Get Coins FAST in FIFA 23 FUT
FIFA Ultimate is perhaps the most played FIFA game mode every year. A lot of the users including myself just buy it for the Ultimate Team.
Obviously, because it is so engaging and there is so much to do than just playing game after game. You can play Squad Battles, and Drafts. You can do the different SBCs which can get you good packs as well. Along with that, we have the new FUT Moments mode which seems like a pretty amazing new mode in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team.
FIFA Ultimate Team had always been more about how good a squad you could build. The main motive of the game is to build a good squad. Like you play FUT Champs, Rivals all for what? To get better packs, and better players to use those better players in-game to get more wins and ultimately even better rewards.
For all of this to happen, we would need to open more packs. In case we are not lucky coins could be the way to buy them from the Transfer Market. So anyone who knows how to make easy coins every day would be able to build an amazing squad and dominate his opponents in-game.
Imagine playing with an R9 before Team of the Year comes out. I do not feel you would be lucky enough to pack him but what if I say you could buy him easily if you follow this guide?
How to Get Easy Coins Early On in the Game :
If you are getting the Ultimate Edition of the game or if you have the EA Play Pro subscription, use it to your advantage. The early access period is the time when you could literally make a top-tier team without even breaking a sweat.
Player prices in FUT depend on the availability of the player, the overall rating plus performance, and the demand of that player in the market. The Early Access Days do not give you SBCs which require higher-rated players.
This is how you could make the best use of the early access period :
- Do the Hybrid Nations and Hybrid League SBCs. It’s there every year and gives you a pretty nice player pack from which you could pull out someone expensive.
- Keep an eye on the players required for Hybrid League and Nations SBCs. Suppose you are asked to submit a Brazilian player then the cost of the Brazilian players in the market would go higher since most of the people would be buying. Demand goes high, price of the player increases. This is when you hop on and sell your Brazilian tradeable players at a higher price or you could try to buy one with a lower price from the market and sell at a higher price.
- In the Early Access, period player prices are extremely low because there are no SBCs to use them as fodder for. Go ahead and invest the coins you make in buying as many 86 and 87-rated players or maybe even higher as possible. Last time I bought around 10-15 Agueros for 15k each and sold them at 25-30k after the game was released officially.
- Do not sell higher-rated players in your club in the early access period. Wait for the first POTM or first Promo. That is when high-rated fodder prices peak higher than ever. Sell it during that time.
- You need to learn how to trade players for easy profit. We will be discussing trading later on in the guide.
- Do as many SBCs as possible.
How to Trade to make easy profit in FUT 23 :
The term trading normally means you get something in exchange for something else. In FUT trading would commonly refer to buying and selling of players from the transfer market and making a good amount of profit doing so.
But there are certain golden rules for trading. Here is what you need to know :
Which players should you buy?
Okay, you must be thinking we need to buy a higher overall player, maybe 86 rated or above, and sell him at a higher price. Well, no, that is not what we are going to do. We will not buy any player who is higher than 85 rated for now (until POTMs and Promos hit the game).
We need to buy players who are 82-rated or maybe 83 and 84 as well. But our focus should mostly be on 82 and 83-rated players. The reason is simple. They are cheaper and the availability is a lot more compared to higher-rated players.
The second reason is the 82 and 83-rated players are mostly required for doing the SBCs. So people buy them like crazy.
You can invest in 86 rated players and above at the beginning of FIFA, during the early access days, and later sell them for more coins. But over here I am talking about what you should do throughout the year after the early access is over.
Trading with high-rated players could be a bit risky. Go ahead and do it if you are confident enough. If you aren’t then just stick to the 82s and 83s or maybe 84s.
At times certain SBCs and Objectives require players from particular nations and clubs. Try to get sell players from those clubs and nations at a higher price. You can also try to buy one from the market at a lower price and then sell it for a profit.
At what price should you buy and sell a player?
The question that comes to our minds now is that how much you should spend to buy a player. The answer is simple but a little tricky this time. The lowest price you get is your best bet . But here is the catch- EA deducts 5% of your selling price as trading tax. What does that mean? Let me explain :
Suppose you buy a player for 1900 coins and you sell him 2000 coins. What will be your profit?
You might be guessing 100 coins.
Well, you are wrong.
EA will deduct 5% of 2000 (the price at which you sold the player) which is 100 coins.
So you gain 1900 coins after you sell the player. But you spent the same amount of coins to buy him. So you actually make 0 profit.
Note – In order to earn a profit you need to sell the player at a price more than the buying price and the 5% tax combined.
So basically you need to keep in mind that once you sell the card, the 5% deduction should not do you any harm. In this case, selling the card at a price of 2,100 or above will earn you profit.
How to Bid in FUT 23 :
In FIFA Ultimate Team, you buy and sell a player with a lower and an upper bid value. So basically you have to set a range. Some users set the lowest bid value to a minimum and the highest bid value at a price higher than the card’s normal value.
For example, if a player is worth 2000 coins, a user might list him at a lower bid of 700 coins and a Buy Now Price at 10,000 coins.
This means we can start bidding for the card at 700 coins. The user can also set the time for the card to stay in the transfer market.
So if you bid at a price lower than the Buy Now price you will have to wait for the timer to end before you officially own the card. Bidding is very important since it can help you get high-value cards at a much cheaper price.
So what you need to do here is check for players in the transfer market and bid on as many players as you can. Say, if you bid on 10 players with a maximum time limit of say 20 minutes left for any of the players you bid on. Then you are getting a chance of buying as many as all those 10 players in 20 mins. They can be cheaper because some users tend to stop bidding once they find another card to bid on. Or maybe they might not be paying attention and you can just snipe one and he would not even know.
Note – You can then list all the players you bought at a reasonable price which would help you gain a profit. But make sure you have the lowest gap between the Starting Price and Buy Now price of the card.
Be a Ninja and Snipe like a Pro :
So Snipping would refer to buying a card at a very cheap price. Bidding is sure fun and engaging but sniping is what you need to do in order to get a good amount of profit. While bidding is a quantitative approach to earning a profit, snipping is rare and can get you a good enough profit.
So how do you snipe?
The FUT Transfer Market has an option of searching for a player with a price range of your own. So if you know the average price of a player already you can try searching with a lower amount to see if that player is available or not. If he is available at a price much lower than his average price you can buy him before anyone else does.
If his price is not that low and you are confused about whether spend your coins on buying him or not you can then check the second cheapest card of that same player. Note the difference. If the difference exceeds the 5% EA deduction, then buy the player as you can get a profit if you sell that card at a value Just Lower than the second cheapest card.
Example – Player is listed at 2000 (lowest value) and the second lowest is listed at 2500. Then you can buy the player for 2000 coins and sell him at 2400 coins making a profit at the same time.
Note – Always sell Cards at lower prices for instant profit. If you want a higher profit you can wait for the right moment when the availability of the card lowers down and its value goes up. You can then sell at a higher price.
Get the Timing Right :
Timing is the key to victory when we talk of the FUT Transfer Market. You need to check how long a card is listed for a certain price before you can list yours. Let me explain it to you :
Say you have a card that has the lowest value listed for 2000 coins and that card has 20 minutes left.
The second lowest is listed for 2400 which has 1 hour left.
So how can you maximize your profit here?
You can list your card at 2300 for 1 hour which will give your card a chance of being the lowest value for that card for 40 minutes. Or until the user re-lists his card. If his card is sold before that then it’s even better for you.
Note – Always list cards for 1 hour since the transfer market is very unpredictable. You can re-list with a new price after an hour of course after checking the prices of the other cards.
Dominate the FUT Market :
Perhaps this is the most advanced form of transfer market trading. Where you basically dominate and control the prices of certain cards.
For Example, The lowest value of a card is 2000 coins, then followed by 2200 2500 and then you find a big gap in price as the one right after that is listed at 3200.
So what do you do?
You are a boss. You buy all the 3 cards which are lower than 3200 and list them all at 3100 coins.
This is how you control the pricing of a card. If you do this correctly you can list a lot of cards at prices much higher than what you bought them for.
Note – Remember to think about the mass profit. Think about the combined profit for all the cards you have listed instead of the individual ones. So if you get a loss of say 500 coins on one of the cards but the combined profit is still a lot more then it is fine to take a little loss on one card. Also, remember that this happens when there are very less cards of a particular type available in the transfer market.
Use The Apps :
There are certain applications like the FIFA 21 Companion app for your phone, which help you use the transfer market when your console is off. So you have 24-hour access to your FUT Transfer Market which can increase your chances of earning a lot more coins.
There are even apps like the Futbin app which show the price graph of a certain card. So you know the lowest and the highest value that card was sold for.
Note – Futbin also has SBC Solutions. You can check the SBC Solutions and see which players are listed in the lowest-value SBCs. Those players will have a higher demand in the Transfer Market.
I am sure if you follow these methods you can make a lot of coins in no time. And then buy your favorite players and play with them. And the best part is the cards will be tradeable, so if u don’t want to play with that card anymore you can just list that card on the Transfer Market and get most of your coins back.
Thus there would be a combined cross-platform FUT Market for PlayStation and Xbox. So there would be a lot of cards available and a lot of buyers. It is too early to say if FUT Market would be cheaper or if it would become more unpredictable. But chances are the market would be cheaper. Trading would be the best this year if you ask me.
However, PC users would have separate Transfer Market
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