What do FIFA coins cost

What are Fifa Coins and how do you get them?

First the basics. What are FIFA Coins / Coints? There are two types of currency in FIFA: Points and Coins. Coins are FIFA's in-game currency, which is used to buy individual player cards on the transfer market or packs in the online store. In short, you need the coins to buy players for your FUT roster. Or to put it more briefly: Yes, they are very important.

So how do you get the coveted coins? FIFA 20 is built entirely around coin transactions, which means you can earn coins with pretty much any action. It is important here that FIFA coins cannot be bought with real money. They can only be earned or earned through the transfer market.

Game modes

The most promising methods here are three game modes: Squad Battles, Division Rivals, and Squad Building Challenges (SBCs). High-quality rewards can be earned in these modes - including coins, packs and, in the case of Division Rivals, Champions points. With enough Champions Points you also get access to the Champions Weekend League, in which you can earn further rewards.

Squad Building Challenges, as the name suggests, are tasks that revolve around building a team. The aim here is to put together a team according to certain specifications that must meet the specified criteria. This team can then be exchanged for a reward, with players being lost. The SBCs are probably the most difficult to complete, but if you can do it, you will be royally rewarded with special packs, rare players or a lot of coins.

Squad Battles

Squad battles, on the other hand, are the easiest way, as you can choose both the level of difficulty and opponents yourself and thus of course can easily influence how difficult it is to achieve a victory. For this, however, the quality of the reward also decreases.

Attention, pack trap

But not only earning coins is important when it comes to the well-being of our account. It is equally important to be careful of what you are spending your hard-earned coins on. All coin tutorials agree on one thing: you shouldn't buy expensive packs with your coins. The contents of the pack are random, but in the vast majority of cases the value of the cards drawn is less than the value of the pack. It is more worthwhile to stick to the cheaper bronze and silver packs and see which cards can be added to your own roster and which can be sold on the transfer market. Similar to stock trading, it can also be worthwhile to keep some cards so that you can sell them later for a better price. So it is essential to keep an eye on the market. With a bit of luck you can always find bargains here and thus build up a basic stock of cards with which you can trade and increase your coin supply.

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