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How To Make Money In Fifa 12 Ultimate Team

Updated on April 30, 2012
Fifa 12 Ultimate Team Logo.
Fifa 12 Ultimate Team Logo.

There is a lot of ways to make money on Fifa 12 Ultimate Team, and here are just a few of them.

An amazing price with the 59th minute method.
An amazing price with the 59th minute method.

The 59th Minute Method

Basically with the 59th minute method you scroll through the pages of players (can take up to 20 minutes) then wait around for however long you want to. If you want to you can narrow down the search results to a the Premier League or just defenders, for example, to make the search quicker.

Every minute or so someone will make a mistake listing a player or will want to get rid of a player quickly so they will put the player up cheap.

You will have to be quick to get these deals, sometimes the player is gone within seconds, but they do come. Some of the best ones I have heard of are Xavi for 25,000, Defoe for 400 and Ibrahimovich for 8,000. So there is deals to be found if you wait around and you can end up making quite a profit.

Non-Peak Buy, Peak Sell

This one is simple: you buy players at non-peak times (late at night, or if you can, early in the morning, when most people are at work).

This allows you to get cheap players and find good deals. Then, you wait to sell these players on at peak times (7-9pm, weekends, especially sunday night).

If you sell at these times you will have a lot more buyers competing for your players and so will make more. For example players that would go for 1000 at a non-peak time could easily go for 1500+ at a better selling time.

Just one player you won't be getting in a gold pack.
Just one player you won't be getting in a gold pack.

Not Buying Gold Packs

Ok this one is more of a tip than a method, but it's useful anyway.

Basically gold packs are not worth it as you will almost always lose money and the chances of getting a Rooney, Ronaldo or Messi are about 1 in 3 million.So don't do it.

Some of the silver players who will go for a lot.
Some of the silver players who will go for a lot.

Silver Pack Method

On the other hand, silver packs are a good way to make coins. You can normally make back your money on every pack, and occasionally you will find a valuable silver player who will make all the pack money back on his own.

This is because a lot of players make silver teams and so are willing to pay a lot for the best silver players. For example Scott Sinclair can go for 90,000 coins and can be found in a regular 2,500 coins silver pack.

Bronze Pack Method

Similar to the silver pack method, but this is a surefire way to make your money back every time.

A regular bronze pack is 400 coins. You will always get a minimum of 3 contracts. sell for 150 each = 450. Normally there will be 3 or 4 players = another 450-600. Any other cards discard or use as they will not go for much.


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      6 years ago

      good tips

    • Watford110 profile image


      7 years ago from England

      Some very good ideas. Personally I usually buy silver or bronze packs.


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