FIFA 23 Guide: FUT Coins Invest, Make & Trade
FIFA 23 Ultimate Team is EA Sports' most popular mode in FIFA, players will need a lot of FUT Coins in this mode, and many people spend real money on the game to get more FIFA points. To turn players' hard-earned Coins into funds to upgrade the team, RPGStash will introduce the FUT 23 Coins, production methods and rewards in detail. Read on if you're interested.
Best fodder investments For FUT trading
Invest in an SBC fodder card
Investment deals are also lucrative in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team. Buy or collect items whose prices will increase over time, which players can place on the auction house for sale to earn the difference. You can also invest in assets for the Squad Building Challenge (SBC), a popular card among SBC solutions.
Buying these cards in bulk at a trough and then waiting for EA to release a popular SBC that requires a high-rated card to complete can suddenly increase demand. If you are lucky, the price of the card you invest in may increase by 3-5 times.
If you're willing to be patient, pick up a cheap SBC feed card and buy as many as you can. Don't spend all your Coins on them because you want the rest to be spent on other things, but it's probably a good rule of thumb to put 50% of your Coins on investments like this.
Invest in Team of the Week cards
If you find yourself with a pile of coins early on, the Week 1 team players will probably be yelling because they will be the least in the supply of all the cards and either end up going extinct or sell immediately for the biggest buy now ( BIN) price. The price of other TOTWs will also go up as they become more useful to SBC, so buying them at or near it is also a pretty solid investment.
Make Coins with Rewards and Lightning Rounds
Every Thursday morning at 07:05 UTC (08:05 BST, 09:05 CEST, 03:05 EDT, 00:05 PDT), EA releases Division Rivals rewards. Then on Sunday at 08:00 UTC (09:00 BST, 10:00 CEST, 04:00 EDT, 01:00 PDT), EA releases Squad Battle rewards. Loyal players instantly rip open their reward packs and list their items, creating additional supplies for everything from SBC feeds to meta players.
If you have a few hours a week for trading and want a reasonably quick return, we recommend flipping items during the bonus period and Lightning Rounds. You buy something when it's cheap and sell it when it goes up.
During Lightning Rounds, the supply will increase. For example, Black Friday may have a Lightning Round, with the Rare Player Pack (1000 FIFA Points), Treasure Rare Player Pack (2000 FP) and Ultimate Pack (2500 FP) available at 6 pm, 7 pm and 8 pm UK time respectively. Recent FIFA has seen other Lightning Rounds at other times.
There are two ways to engage in price cuts during these times
1. 'Snip' Cards
Identify ahead of time the players you want to target and note their usual prices. When a bonus or lightning bolt comes up, just search for them for a lower price than usual and buy whatever you find. Wait a few hours for the extra supply to drain and the price to recover, then keep selling.
Bidding or Bidding at scale may be more effective. Wait until the reward or lightning round drops to find the list of target players. You can usually bid low on cards that should be more expensive, and the sheer number of cards processed means that some of those bids will pass uncontested. During particularly busy times, it's not uncommon to win auctions of dozens of SBC feed cards for thousands of coins below the usual price.
FIFA 23 Bronze Pack Method
The Bronze Pack Method (BPM), is one of the most reliable methods of making FUT Coins in Ultimate Team, but also one of the most time-consuming. There are already a lot of players getting plenty of FIFA 23 Coins this way.