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FIFA 21 coins: make millions in Ultimate Team using Bronze packs and TOTW cards

Author: Propeller48 Propeller48
by Propeller48 Propeller48
Posted: Jun 13, 2021

Need FIFA 21 coins in order to build your endgame squad? You've come to the right place. FIFA 21 makes it super straightforward to rack up currency using a mix of 'bronze pack method', Squad Building Challenges, and shrewd transfer market use – without ever having to get your wallet out and purchase FIFA Points. (So please, please don't.) I ended FIFA 20 with TOTS Alisson, Shapeshifters Messi, and TOTW de Bruyne – and using GR’s FIFA 21 coins guide you can now do the same.

FIFA 21 coins guide rule 1: Never buy gold packs

Gold packs are so very easy to come by in FIFA 21. You get them for completing SBCs, for seasonal objectives, and in your rewards for Squad Battles, Division Rivals and FUT Champions. In other words, the transfer market is constantly saturated with gold cards. What that means is that it’s nigh-on impossible to get a return for your money on a 5,000-coin basic gold pack. Whereas bronze and silver packs are significantly cheaper, and guarantee you profit over the long-haul – as cards of those types are harder to come by than gold ones, yet still frequently required for SBCs.

FIFA 21 coins guide rule 2: Sell cards when at their most valuable

SBCs see you submitting teams according to specific requirements in order to earn rewards. This, rather than spending coins, is how you should approach scoring gold packs. Below this method is explained in further detail, and it essentially comes down to this: only ever buy bronze packs, silver packs, and discard in-forms, and enjoy the rewards that follow. As your coin balance builds you can then buy the specific players you want, rather than taking the needle-in-a-haystack approach of hoping (and failing) to pack them.

FIFA 21 coins guide rule 3: Only buy bronze and silver packs

This is a natural extension of rule 1. So, stick to bronze and silver packs, and when you do purchase one it's safest to go for the standard versions: 400 for bronze, 2,500 coins for silver.

If at any time your in-game funds are less than 20,000 coins, I recommend sticking to bronze packs rather than silver. 400 coins can be made back in a single match, and you see a swifter return on the cards you place on the market. Longer-term, with more in-game currency to spare, you can afford to mix the two equally.

FIFA 21 coins guide rule 4: Decide if you’re going to do the league SBCs


Throughout the season EA releases a selection of league-based Squad Building Challenges. By completing one team you unlock a specific pack, and

As the season progresses, you need to decide which to complete for the overall rewards. Once you have nine-or-more players for any of those teams, buy the last couple of players needed – Futbin is an excellent resource to help you fill in gaps – at the lowest BIN price and get it completed. That earns you a new pack and takes you a step closer to the overall reward for that league.

FIFA 21 coins guide rule 5: Invest in discard-price Gold in-form cards

Once you pass the 50,000-coins mark, I recommend investing in 3-4 TOTW players between Wednesday and Saturday of any given week. To do this, search for ‘Special’ players on the transfer market at a Buy It Now price of 10,250-11,500, then take your pick from any TOTW players rated 81 or above. You can *always* resell these players for at least 13,000 coins, sometimes much more – or, if you suddenly need funds, quick-sell them to the CPU for around 10K, meaning any losses are tiny.

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