Part 3: Cluster Trading
If you've always wanted to know how to become a successful FIFA trader, this new series is for you. Learn how you can quickly and easily earn millions of FIFA 20 Coins yourself. In this post we talk about Cluster Trading.
- Time required: low
- Capital needed: much
- Capital commitment: 1-2 weeks
- Profit margin: high
- Level: low
The classic TDW trading at FIFA Ultimate Team is a very simple and secure way to top up your account balance with FIFA Coins in a short amount of time. The new team of the week comes every Wednesday evening. The best thing to do is buy the players between Monday / Tuesday the following week or just above the BIN price and just leave them on the Tradepile.
As you can see from the two graphics, the prices rise as soon as the player can no longer be drawn in the packs. For this method, use players in popular leagues or a popular name and with an adequate rating (e.g. overall rating> 80) so that you can ensure that these players are in demand. Buy players who are just above the Discard price on Monday / Tuesday, i.e. between 10,500 - max. 12,000 FIFA coins. If you follow these basic rules, you can often look forward to value increases of 30-50% in 1-2 weeks. With this method, you can earn FIFA Coins very easily and without any risk.
Tip: Combine TOTW trading with overpriced selling to get rid of one or the other player at very high FIFA Coin prices before their market price has risen accordingly. In the course of our trading blog we will explain overpriced selling to you in more detail what needs to be considered and which risks you should definitely avoid.
Of course, other special cards are also suitable for FIFA Ultimate Team. It is important that the players do not cost a lot of FIFA Coins, but are close to the discard price. The method works across all console platforms. Whether XBOX One Coins or PS4 Coins, you can use this method on both consoles without any problems. Only PC FIFA Coins are more difficult to trade because the market is much smaller here.
Next: FIFA Trading Part 4