Maybe there are already so many tips about FIFA coins buying over the internet.However,it's also very important to preserve your coins.Today we will discuss the top tips which will help you preserve your FIFA 15 coins.

1.For those of you that have to get your pack fix, if you are lucky enough to pull an in-form near release (including TOTY, TOTS, MOTM, Upgraded player etc) ALWAYS sell early for an inflated price. You would be amazed at the margins you lose when waiting. One player may not seem like much losing out on 30k, but add that up over a year and you soon lose out on Millions! An example here is that when Legend cards were first released, Crespo sold on a Buy Now almost INSTANTLY for 5 MILLION FUT coins (currently selling for just over 1.1 Million on all platforms)!

2.Never go on a spending spree when not a lot is happening in the FUT market. By this we mean, if EA have not released a desirable TOTW (Team of the Week), or special cards are not in packs, player prices will be generally high as demand is exceeding supply. If this is combined with little pack offers EA by then it’s definitely worth waiting a few days, as new offers / content always spring up!

3.Always check the Transfer Market before listing a player. You would be amazed at the amount of people that Quick Sell (discard) Silver 5* skillers. Also there are many hidden gems that FIFA YouTubers have talked about which sell for a lot of coins… If you are ever in doubt, be sure to double check – It may save you hundreds of thousands of coins!

4.If your players don’t sell first time round, re-list for your desired price (within reason). It can take several listing cycles for you to sell the card at your desired price. Most FUTers list thousands of cards a year, which can result in over a Million coins across the year if you spend minimal time re-listing players!

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