FIFA 21 - UT Coin Acquisition Method (Bronze Packs)
Tutorial Name: FIFA 21 - UT Coin Acquisition Method (Bronze Packs)
Category: Game Walkthroughs & Guides
Submitted By: Frog
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This is a manual method to acquire coins that I used during the time that I played FIFA 21 Ultimate Team. I put about five minutes into it every time I played the game for around two months and made well over 1,000,000 coins.
It's quite simple. Buy shiny bronze packs, sell the cards.
This is also possible for silver packs, but I personally found bronze packs to be more lucrative in the long run as there was little to no chance of making a loss on a pack. If you would prefer to work with higher margins, I have made a guide for silver packs too.
Buying Bronze Packs
You will spend 750 coins on one of these packs, and you are absolutely guaranteed to at least break even.
It's rare to not make a profit on a pack.
There are certain cards you are looking for when buying these packs. They are detailed below.
Tier 1 Cards (2,000 coins - 5,000 coins)
The most valuable cards are Premier League players, strikers from specific divisions and celebration cards.
Premier League players and strikers from most leagues can be sold for over 2,000 coins. Often even 3,000 coins if the striker hails from the English, French, Brazilian, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese or German leagues. Sometimes strikers from very obscure leagues may not quite make the 2,000 coin bar.
Some bronze celebration cards are rare and can sell for 2,000-5,000 coins. Check on the compare market price for an estimation. Some celebration cards are valueless. If you see many going for 200 BIN costs, simply quick sell.
Tier 2 Cards (1,000-2,000 coins)
The cards you are looking for here are players of any position from specific national leagues, strikers from obscure leagues, shiny kits / kits of British teams, shiny badges / badges of British teams and celebration cards.
One wants to find players of any position from the English, French, Brazilian, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese or German leagues. Generally any card from these leagues can be sold for at least 1,000 coins, dependant on the players position. CM, CAM, CB, LB, RB, LM, RM will often go for 1,200-1,600 coins. GK, CF, RW, LW generally go for a bit less, often between 950-1,100 coins.
Strikers from obscure leagues such as China, Colombia, Ghana, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Peru, Colombia and Australia often go for between 1,500-2,000 coins. I would not list a striker for less than 1,500 coins.
Badges and kits can go for around 1,000-2,000 if they are not currently listed on the marketplace. If the card isn't common on the marketplace, somebody will probably want it. Sell it for 2,000 coins BIN for three days. If there is some competition on the market, list for 1,000 coins BIN instead.
Some bronze celebration cards are rare and can sell for 1,000-2,000 coins. Check on the Compare Market Price for an estimation. Some celebration cards are valueless. If you see many going for 200 BIN costs, simply quick sell.
Tier 3 Cards (500-1,000 coins)
The cards you are looking for here are players of any position from specific national leagues, and stadiums.
Here you are looking for players from any other European leagues not listed above along with MLS, TUR, ARG, and MEX players. Scottish, Irish, Argentinian, MLS, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian cards will generally go for about 750-900 coins. The rest of these cards should sell for 600-750 coins.
Stadiums can be listed for around 500 coins BIN. Take a look at the Compare Price to gage the going price. If there's no competition, they will likely go for 1,000 coins.
Tier 4 Cards (150-500 coins)
Here you are looking for any other player cards, Copa Libertadores players, kits, badges and healing cards.
The player cards from nations such as China, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Peru, Ghana, ect... will go for between 200-400 coins. Judge the price as you see fit or just put them all for a flat 250 coins BIN. Apply to same rules to Copa Libertadores players.
Remaining kits, badges and healing cards can go for 150 (BID) / 250 (BIN).
Tier 5 (Quick sell)
Once you have listed all of the cards above, you can simply quick sell these remaining cards. They include player contracts, manager contracts, manager cards, balls, TIFO's and themes. These should give you a return of about 100 coins, meaning the packs only really cost around 650.
After you have followed this guide for a few days you will get a feel for the cards and the prices they go for and can begin to follow your intuition. Any cards that haven't sold, relist. If you notice your Transfer List beginning to fill up, drop the cost of all the bronze cards by around 100 coins and the silver cards by around 250.
On average one would make around 2,500 coins of profit per pack. Some packs will exceed this, and some will provide lesser returns. Each pack takes about 90-120 seconds to open and sort. So ten minutes of this should provide once with around 12,500 coins once the cards have sold. I would recommend listing most cards for a day, but on a weekend on the evening, maybe three hours is more appropriate.
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