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Trading Tips
Chapter 1: The Bronze Age
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There are many ways to make coins trading in Fifa, and in this series I am going to try to help you understand some of the many ways I have been able to make coins. First off, let’s start with the easiest and most straightforward way, which is buying bronze packs.
Now you won’t make that many coins quickly doing this, but it is a very simple and non time consuming way to steadily make coins. If you are worried about your tradepile, just create a second account for opening and trading bronze packs. Before I go any further I would like to say that all my listing price advice is for PS3 users and XBOX/PC users may need to adjust.

Opening and selling bronze packs can make you a few hundred coins an hour, so if you re-list you cards 5 times a day that’s about a grand a day. Doesn’t seem like much but then you have 20k or 50k or 70k after a while and that is a good chunk of change for most ultimate team players, and with pretty little effort. Now going into how to do it, it is quite simple. Buy a 400 coin bronze pack, list bronze player, manager, and rare manager contract cards for Starting 150 BIN 200, list rare bronze player contract for Starting 200 BIN 250. You should also list the rare bronze training card for Starting 150 BIN 200. For the rare team talks card, look up the average price it sells for and list it BIN for that price. Do the same for fitness cards.
You should discard all other consumable. For rare fitness cards, you can usually get 1500 to 2000 coins, but obviously check the prices before listing. For the most part, your players will sell very infrequently, and are not worth listing and you should just discard.

The main factors for whether you should list a player or not are overall (usually 62 minimum), rare (most rare cards will sell, but not all), country (English bronze sell much easier), league(all npower league are good), pace(75+ good, for cb 65+ is good), formation (You want a good formation like 4-1-2-1-2, 4-3-3, 4-4-2, 4-2-2-2, rest of 4 back formations okay as well as 3-5-2. Also important is if their position exists in their formation, such as a RB not existing in a 3-5-2 or a LM not existing in a 4-2-2-2.)
Generally you should only list your card if it has most of these factors in its favor. Also very rarely will a bronze card be worth more than 200 coins, but if you think a card you get is really good than just check the market for the lowest BIN before you list. That’s pretty much all there is to it. Just open bronze packs until your trade pile is full and then re-list whatever does not sell and buy more packs until the trade pile is full again.
On average you should sell about 4 to 5 cards per hour. (always list cards for only 1 hour as they will only ever be bid on in the last 30 secs)

Now, this method is very simple for the beginning trader, who only has a few thousand coins to work with. Each of my trading methods require a different amount of coins to be used effectively. Just as a warning, all other methods will be much more complex and will have a much more in depth write-up by me so you guys can have as much trading success as possible
@NevilleBanksUT
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