Goal’s Complete Guide to the Best Ways to Make Money in the Transfer Market in FUT
FIFA Ultimate Team It’s about building your dream team. However, unless you can afford the players, this team will only be left in your dreams.
You can spend real money to buy packs in the FIFA Store, but there are many players who trade in the transfer market to earn coins and, if done correctly, can earn you thousands or millions of currencies in the game.
Trading may seem intimidating at first, but there are easy ways to get started, like the Bronze Pack method or investing in Team of the Week players.
Simpler trading methods will make small profits, but follow Goals expert guide to trading to earn even more coins FIFA 21.
- What is the Bronze Pack Method?
- What is sniping?
- Which players are best for trading in FIFA Ultimate Team?
- Which players are good short-term investments?
- Which players are good long-term investments?
- Which SBCs offer the best pack rewards?
The “Bronze Pack Method” has long been the most effective way to make a small profit for FIFA.
It’s a low risk, low reward strategy, but it’s fairly straightforward to do if you have the time to invest in listing and re-listing players in the market.
The steps are simple: buy the cheapest packs in the store and sell their contents.
Each Basic Bronze Pack contains 12 items, including a rare item for 400 coins. They usually have about three or four players in them and you will be using these players to make a profit.
Previous FIFA editions sometimes had rare fitness cards that could be sold for around 1000 coins, but fitness cards were removed in FIFA 21.
Rare Bronze Players are now the most valuable commodity in Bronze Packs, especially Special Players like Copa Sudamericana and Copa Libertadores players.
Usually you can quickly sell anything in the pack except players for around 30 coins, then if even two players sell at the lower buy now price (BIN) of 200 you will have realized a profit.
Players with higher ratings or who have good links to leagues and nations can be worth more than 200, so use the Compare Prices option or a site like FUTbin to check prices before listing your players.
You may have to keep listing your players over and over again to get them to sell, but most players will eventually sell.
Many people list their players for less than what they are worth, either to sell them quickly because they need coins, or because of mistakes or not knowing the players’ fair value.
As a result, sometimes you can get great deals to add to your squad or instantly return for a higher price in the transfer market.
The best way to find undervalued players is to use specific filters to repeatedly search the transfer market and buy them as soon as they are listed. This process is known as sniper.
You need to set a Buy Now Price (BIN) in the filter to the maximum price you are willing to pay and then perform a search. If your search does not return any results, search over and over again until it does.
However, every time you do a search you should change at least one of the filters (the minimum bid price is usually the easiest) to make sure that the search shows new results rather than the same as your previous research.
When your player finally appears as a search result, you have to be quick like someone else could also search and could snip before you!
Most traders make their profits in the transfer market by investing in a small number of players and selling them at the right time.
Trading the same players over and over again lets you know when are the best times to buy and sell and how much you need to pay for each card.
The market fluctuates during the week and prices are typically highest in the evenings and weekends when more people are online looking to improve their teams.
Prices are usually lowest overnight and early in the morning when people are sleeping and therefore not playing FIFA 21.
At first, take a look at the league players you already know. This way you know which players are popular, for example Premier League full-backs or high-paced strikers.
Some players with lower ratings are more popular than their higher rated counterparts because their attributes, weak footing or skills are better suited to FIFA 21. As a result, these players can sometimes be listed cheaper than usual by people who only look at the whole. and do not use the Compare Prices Before You Sell feature.
Correctly forecasting upcoming Team Building Challenges (SBCs) is a good way to make a profit.
The easiest SBCs to predict are usually branded matches and Champions League branded matches. These require players to come face-to-face in the top leagues and the Champions League. The FIFA community on reddit, Twitter, and the EA forums often have discussions about which matches are most likely to be included.
For example, a Marquee Matchup SBC requiring a Manchester United player can increase the price of all Manchester United players, especially the lower rated ones.
Plus, predicting which players are on Team of the Week can pay off. When a player is included in the Team of the Week, their regular version is no longer in packs and this makes those cards rarer for the week while their In-Form card is in packs.
Likewise, Ones to Watch (OTW) card trading is very popular as people invest before a player plays in the hopes of having a good performance and being able to sell during the initial hype period before the card will not be automatically upgraded due to Team of the Week. .
The best time to buy OTW cards is when they are left on the bench for their team’s games or during poor performance when it is obvious that they will not be upgraded by the next version of the game. team of the week.
Most players will not increase in price as the FIFA 21 season progresses. Every Team of the Week, SBC Player of the Month, and promotional event such as FUTmas see more and more top players added to the game.
As a result, people are leaving their existing players and selling them on the transfer market, which brings the prices down across the board.
However, some players can turn out to be good long term investments in FIFA 21, especially if you are willing to tie up your coins in assets to make a small to medium profit weeks or months down the road.
Many lower rated players from each team of the week (TOTW) can make you profit in the future. Each player has a quick discard or sell price and often TOTW players with ratings of 82 or less will be available in the transfer market for just above their quick sell value.
This means that you can still quickly sell the player for almost 10,000 coins, even if you only bought them for around that value initially. However, if you keep them in your club, their values will likely increase when they’re out of packs, especially if a popular SBC forces people to submit a TOTW player.
Road to the Final (RTTF) cards may also see their price increase over the course of the season as teams advance in the Champions League and Europa League. Each time a player’s team moves on to the next round, their RTTF card will receive an upgrade, which can increase its value. Likewise, their value may also increase when the draw for each round is made, as people seek to predict the results.
The best Team Building Challenges (SBCs) for traders are those that offer redeemable packs as rewards.
The various SBCs in the League were very good at trading, but in FIFA 21 non-tradable packs cannot be turned into profit.
Now the most useful SBCs to complete are Marquee Matchups, and then any promotion-based SBCs that are available for a limited time.
It’s always worth checking out SBC solutions on FUTbin to see which challenges are affordable and which offer the best pack rewards. Each SBC also has a user rating where website members can give a thumbs up or down to indicate whether or not the challenge is worth it.