The launch of FIFA 15 brings us the insanely popular FIFA 15 Ultimate Team game mode (as well as the iOS version of this mode) which turns us into greedy persons wanting more and more money. And since it’s all for a great cause, I am here to share with you some tips and tricks on how to make a lot of money in FIFA 15 Ultimate Team and do it easy.
There are numerous methods to achieve this goal of increasing your funds in the game, but the golden rule of thumb is to buy low and sell high. However, since this is a lot easier said than done, some examples will surely make your goal easier to achieve. So here are our FIFA15-Coin.com making tips:
59th Minute Method
By now, experienced FIFA Ultimate Team players will be sick of hearing about this as constantly as a money making method. The truth is, the 59th minute method is an incredibly useful way of making money in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team and can be done whether you have 100 FIFA 15 coins or 1 million FIFA 15 coins. It’s a very basic concept and there’s a lot of competition involved, but it’s always worth it.
This involves going to the search page, setting your Max Buy Now Price to the amount of money you have, selecting gold players only, and scrolling up the page until you reach a page where the cards are all at around 59 minutes and 30+ seconds remaining, but less than 60 minutes. Here, you need to keep scrolling back and forth through the pages to “refresh” and be on the lookout for good bargains. It’s too hard to say what price to buy which players for, as the prices are changing constantly. By just experimenting and seeing what works, you should get a pretty good idea of the market.
The reason this money making method is so effective is because unexperienced players who are either not familiar with the prices of certain players or simply don’t care enough to figure out the best price will sell players at silly prices. If they’re that careless or unexperienced, they’ll use the default auction time of one hour. You can take advantage of this by seeing these deals before anyone else and snapping up valuables for resale at a huge coin profit.
Buying and selling contract relies mostly on luck. You need to determine your price point because there are a number of variables that come into play here: profit margin, time, and consumable pile/transfer list size. You need to find a profit margin that makes you the most amount of money. While you can try to sell at 100 coins more than you bought at, it may be difficult to keep up for long enough to make it noticeably profitable because your available space for these cards will keep filling up. So keep on the lookout for cards that you can resell for 200-300 more. As a rule of thumb, you should try to get as close to doubling what you spent as possible.
Believe it or not, this is actually really easy to accomplish. You can expect to purchase contract cards for all 40 slots in your transfer list in a decent amount of time, although it may take a while for them to actually sell. However, the problem here is that after 40 slots, you’re done. You can, for example, spend 8000 coins on 40 contract cards at 200 a piece and resell them for 450 each. Although you’ve more than doubled what you spent with a nice profit of 10000 coins, this isn’t exactly a quick turnover. If you get lucky you will buy fast and sell fast, but there is definitely no scale to this method — as you make more coins you cannot expect to use your increased spending power to make more. However, the next method offers this potential.
Monopolizing a Player
While many players seem to look down upon this method, it’s highly effective if you have enough coins to do it well. Otherwise known as price fixing, monopolizing a player involves completely dominating the market for a single player. You can take some relatively rare player with low volume and buy every version of him that isn’t priced ridiculously.
Say you pick a player and there’s 15 of them on the market. While 3 of them are priced at 20,000 coins or higher, his regular price seems to be at just around 7,000 coins and the remaining 12 are priced around there. You go ahead and buy all the regularly priced ones and put them back on the market for 15,000 coins each. You’re still undercutting the 20,000 coin guys, so anytime someone goes to buy this player they’ll think 15,000 is the going price and they’ll buy it.
The key here is getting in and getting out quickly. Try to find a player that is in decent demand, but won’t have people putting new versions of him up for sale every 5 minutes. It will take some practice to be able to determine which players will work best for this.
Taking Advantage of Time Zones
The important thing to remember with this method is that the U.K. is by far the most active region in terms of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team players. U.K. players dominate the trading market and provide the most activity. It is safe to assume that they are the “average” FUT trader when buying and selling on the market. What is useful about this is knowing that you can scoop up the best deals when most people in the U.K. are asleep, between 1am GMT to early morning. On average, players will cost less, so take advantage of this. Another thing to consider is that you will have the most luck with this if you bid for players. A lot of players will sell for under their average price because there isn’t a lot of competition between bidders at this time.
Once you’ve bought players for a low amount, you would be correct in assuming that the converse of this theory is true. The FIFA 15 Ultimate Team market is the most active at around 6pm GMT, when people in the U.K. are home from school and work and have time to play FIFA. Because there is the most competition to buy players on the market at this time, you should aim to have your auction ending at this time to maximize your profit.
If you don’t do any fancy methods or special tricks on the market, you can still do incredibly well by focusing on this one caveat to the market.
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