On the face of it, quick selling cards is the best way to earn a quick quid without wasting too much time and effort trying to get the best possible price.
With the game nearing its launch, a savvy FUT player has claimed to have found evidence that quick sell prices have been reworked - presenting a great opportunity to make lots of coins.
FIFA streamer Jack McDermott, also known as ‘Pieface’, was opening packs on Monday night and eagle-eyed viewers noticed that the quick sell price of some gold players had soared in price compared to last year’s discard offer.
Incredibly, instead of a usual 650 discard price for rare gold players, Raheem Sterling can now be quick sold for 10,000 coins.
Meanwhile, lower-rated players such as Alexandre Lacazette, has been reduced to 291 coins.
It will likely be far less than they sell for on the FUT Market, however, players might figure out a way to exploit the changes with a specific player.
Based on the quality and rarity of the cards, it seems that EA Sports have reworked the quick sell prices, meaning for a smoother transfer transaction for players.
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