FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Trading Tips
These are our very basic trading tips for FIFA 15 Ultimate Team / FUT. Whether it’s using the web app, console or tablet/phone, this will help get you started on the road to making coins to build your teams and squads for FUT 15. On FIFA 14 we totalled over FIVE MILLIONS COINS profit and that is without the help of using any real money on packs or FIFA points or buying coins from the internet from coin sellers. We have, on our team, a top 100 worldwide trader from FIFA 12, 13 & 14 and he is the one who taught us the methods we use and continue to use today.
Before we get started, it is worth mentioning that if you are an avid FUT player and want to learn our VERY BEST TIPS for Ultimate Team on FIFA 15 then you should take a look at this link (click here). This guide which costs only ￡2.99 when bought seperately has over 50 pages of trading tips, chemistry style tips (to get the best suited ones for your players) and much, much more (see below for a full lit of chapters and features of the guide).
Buying player cards for less
This may sound pretty obvious but it is crucial to making decent profit. The primary thing to do is to pick a popular player who is going to be fairly cheap. Particular traits to look for are: speed, acceleration, strength, agility, ball control and obvious ones for position types. Defenders: strength, jumping, heading. Midfielders: passing, vision, long shots. Strikers: finishing, attack positioning, heading, strength, agility.
We had a lot of success on FIFA 14 with Sturridge and Remy for the BPL and Ibarbo and Balotelli for Serie A. To single out these players, it is far easier since the changes made to FIFA 14. Read below.
On the web app and on console you can search for the players name so this makes it easy to single out a player. To single a player out using the search parameters if you were wanting to narrow it down even further; looking for Robin Van Persie of Man Utd, for example, we search for Premier League, Man Utd and Netherlands for nationality in the striker position. Scroll through maybe 20-30 versions of the same player card so you can get an idea of their market value and what people are bidding on them. If you see a few people placing bids of say 40,000 coins (remember this is just an example) then you want to be scrolling through and placing bids on any versions of RVP or any other player you choose to use. You’ll be surprised how many you can find because so many people play the game. If you have the time then adding these players to your watch list and waiting until 30 seconds of the auction remain then this is the best way.
Your best bet is to ignore shiny gold (rare) or black cards (in-form players) to begin with, as these usually go for thousands or even tens of thousands of coins. The IF player cards can reach 100,000 – 5,000,000 which is a long way off for a beginner so find a cheapish player who you think will sell well and be in demand and then focus on them.