FIFA 23 Player Cards are the items that represent a football player in FIFA Ultimate Team. It contains information & stats of a real-life footballer and is categorized based on the player’s type and quality. FUT player card types are available as Standard, Rare and Special. They are also color-coded based on their OVR rating, quality, and worth as Bronze, Silver and Gold.
Player cards can also be found in the Transfer Market. So it’s important to ascertain their overall value. That means you’ll need to keep track of the price all the time. Otherwise, you might miss out on the good deals and get stuck with average players with no currency to buy better ones. This guide will show you how to find a card that is worth trading for profit in FUT 23.
Sell On Hype – Keep an eye out for special events, especially Squad Building Challenges (SBC). For instance, if an SBC needs Real Madrid players in an 85-rated squad, cards meeting those requirements will be in demand. If you have a bunch of them, then now is the time to bag a profit. Contrarily, you should also avoid buying cards during the hype, as you’ll pay more FIFA 23 Coins than they are worth.
Bid During High Supply – Card prices drop when there is a huge influx of them into the Transfer Market. This is the best time to bid for the cards you actually need. If you have some extra coins, consider buying a few cards that you are confident will increase in price in the future. There is usually a massive inflow of cards during Squad Battle Rewards, Black Friday Lightning Rounds, and Future Lightning Rounds.
Buy cheap and hold – In the past, when the game was released, 86-rated gold cards cost less than 10K FUT 23 Coins. However, when SBCs entered the game, the demand for the cards rose, and prices skyrocketed. You can earn quite a lot with this strategy if you’re patient with your investments.
If you’re reading this now and thinking it sounds kind of risky, that’s because it is. Getting caught in the dumping phase, where the price of your cards plummets, can be a disaster for players, so it’s always important to cash out as the prices are soaring or when a card moves out of ‘extinct’ territory. Once it’s available to buy again, thousands of players will want to get their hands on one, and that’s when you sell your collection.
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